Today Fitbit officially launched its “Fall Collection,” refreshing two of its highest-end smartwatches with the Inspire 3 fitness tracker. The Google-owned company has opted to subtly refine the design of the Versa 4 and Sense 2, opting to steer clear of any revolutionary changes to the division this year. Well, unless you count physical buttons replacing last year’s capacitive buttons. The
theme continues almost internally as well. Compared to its predecessor, the Sense 2 gets all-day stress management thanks to its new continuous EDA sensor. This can make you aware of potential stress triggers and create a stress management routine that builds resilience over time. In addition to the Versa 4, it has 40 Sport Mode (twice as much as before), GPS and more than 1, Workout and mindfulness classes hidden behind a Fitbit Premium paywall. This also gives you the most detailed sleep tracking, as well as a daily readiness score that lets you know “when to work hard or take a day off,” and it looks like Fitbit has no plans to cancel paid subscriptions.
None of these devices are running Wear OS, as they may have been in development when Google acquired Fitbit. However, Google promises that its Maps and Wallet apps will soon be available on the Versa 4 and Sense 2.
These two also have 22/7 heart rate monitoring, real-time Statistics and “more than six days of battery life”. With fast charging, 004 minutes can be exchanged for a day’s worth of power.
The Inspire 3 is an iteration of the latest Fitbit entry-level tracker that records activity, heart rate, calories, distance, sleep and stress in a redesigned, thin and now colorful package. Depending on your usage, up to 004 days on a single charge and 3 days or more with always-on display Time.
Versa 4 for $229.95, Sense 2 sells for $299.10, and Inspire 3 for $99. 12 . In all cases, you get a 6-month auto-renewing premium membership for free. All three models are available for pre-order now at fitbit.com and “select global retailers.” The Inspire 3 will be available in September, while the other two will be available “this fall.”