• Fitbit Inspire HR
  • Fitbit Inspire HR
  • Fitbit Inspire HR
  • Fitbit Inspire HR
  • Fitbit Inspire HR

Specs / Features


Specification

Tech Spec
Display Type OLED
Battery Life Up to 5 days
Compatibility Android, iOS, Windows 10 devices
Specification
Brand Fitbit
Warranty 12 months
Release date 22-March-2019
Weight 18.1 grams
(0.64 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Android Authority

A good fitness tracker at a great price

from Android Authority

The Fitbit Inspire HR is a fantastic fitness tracker. If you're in need of an inexpensive fitness tracker that doesn't skimp on too many features, the Inspire HR is it.

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The Fitbit Inspire HR is a fantastic fitness tracker. If you're in need of an inexpensive fitness tracker that doesn't skimp on too many features, the Inspire HR is it.

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DC Rainmaker

Seems to be one of the best options on the market from a mainstream company

from DC Rainmaker

The reality is that the Inspire HR is more or less just another Fitbit. It doesn’t do anything super unique that any other previous Fitbit didn’t do. Except, now it’s cheaper. And that’s a good thing. It means that you’ve got a product that has most of the features of the higher-end Fit...More

The reality is that the Inspire HR is more or less just another Fitbit. It doesn’t do anything super unique that any other previous Fitbit didn’t do. Except, now it’s cheaper. And that’s a good thing. It means that you’ve got a product that has most of the features of the higher-end Fitbit Charge 3 at about half the price, plus it accepts accessory straps/bands.

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Wired

Delivers the basics at an attractive price—but not much more

from Wired

The Fitbit Inspire HR is a wristband, and it’s a good wristband, but it’s also launching at a time when activity-tracking wristbands in the US are losing ground to more capable, technologically-advanced smartwatches. While wearing the Inspire HR, I kept wishing it did just a little bit more....More

The Fitbit Inspire HR is a wristband, and it’s a good wristband, but it’s also launching at a time when activity-tracking wristbands in the US are losing ground to more capable, technologically-advanced smartwatches. While wearing the Inspire HR, I kept wishing it did just a little bit more. Other people may gravitate towards something like the Inspire HR for that exact reason: It’s the simplicity they find inspiring. And for that, it’s fine.

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Ars Technica

A worthy $99 investment in your health

from Ars Technica

If you want a discrete band with multiple style options that's heavy on fitness but light on smart features, the $99 Inspire HR is the device for you. It's a solid fitness tracker that works as promised, making it arguably the best fitness-focused wearable price at just $99.

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If you want a discrete band with multiple style options that's heavy on fitness but light on smart features, the $99 Inspire HR is the device for you. It's a solid fitness tracker that works as promised, making it arguably the best fitness-focused wearable price at just $99.

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ZDNet

Tiny activity tracker packs in a stunning amount of tech, adopted by health providers

from ZDNet

The Fitbit Inspire HR does a great job of tracking your daily activity and sleep with the ability to also track exercises with some basic information shown to you as you use it. It is very comfortable and can be worn for days between charging.

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The Fitbit Inspire HR does a great job of tracking your daily activity and sleep with the ability to also track exercises with some basic information shown to you as you use it. It is very comfortable and can be worn for days between charging.

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Pocket-lint

The new fitness tracking king

from Pocket-lint

The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR consolidate Fitbit's cheaper fitness tracker devices into two models, making the decision of which Fitbit to buy a far simpler task. They take a slightly cheaper approach in terms of design compared to the more premium Charge 3, opting for plastic over aluminium,...More

The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR consolidate Fitbit's cheaper fitness tracker devices into two models, making the decision of which Fitbit to buy a far simpler task. They take a slightly cheaper approach in terms of design compared to the more premium Charge 3, opting for plastic over aluminium, but the Inspire HR offers many of the same features, including heart rate monitoring, guided breathing sessions and Connected GPS, while both models are also swim proof.

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