Fitbit has released the cheapest bunch of wearable devices by launching the Fitbit Ace 2, Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, Fitbit Inspire and Fitbit Inspire HR. The high-end Fitbit’s Versa Lite comes with PurePulse 24/7 heart rate, Sleep Stages, connected GPS and automatic activity for tracking activity and sleep patterns.
Months after announcing the Charge 3 fitness tracker in India for Rs 13,990, Fitbit has introduced four new wearables in India with the launch of the Fitbit Ace 2, Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, Fitbit Inspire and Fitbit Inspire HR. The cheapest of the line are the Fitbit Ace 2 and Fitbit Inspire both of which cost Rs 6,999 each. The Fitbit Inspire HR and Fitbit Versa Lite Edition will be available for Rs 8,999 and Rs 15,999 respectively.
The Fitbit Ace 2 has been launched as a fitness band for kids, offering up to 50-metre water resistance and 5 days of battery on a single charge. The device comes with animated watch faces and various activity modes to keep children participate in physical activities and encourage them to do more through virtual badges and celebrations when an activity goal is met. It also comes with sleep tracking and will be available in Night Sky, Watermelon, Jazz Print and Go Print models.
Fitbit’s Versa Lite is the stripped down version of the original Fitbit Versa which was initially launched for Rs 19,990 in India. The smartwatch comes with PurePulse 24/7 heart rate, Sleep Stages, connected GPS and automatic activity for tracking activity and sleep patterns. It features a relative SpO2 sensor which allows users to track changes in blood oxygen levels. Additionally, there are over 15 goal-based exercise modes, NFC for payments and the watch offers a four-day battery life with the ability to view and start with calls, notifications and texts. The Fitbit Versa Lite Edition will be available in White, Lilac, Mulberry, and Marina Blue colour options.
The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR, which were launched earlier last month, come with activity tracking, sleep measurements and notifications for calls and texts and Fitbit say it’s their cheapest device yet. There’s an OLED touchscreen on the front of both the devices which is water resistant to up to 5 ATM or 50 metres. The standard version of the Fitbit Inspire comes with activity and sleep tracking and will display the calories burnt, reminds you to move and alert you when you reach your goals. The device offers five days of usage on a single charge and comes with a clip-on accessory that can be bought separately. The Inspire comes in Black and Sangria colours.
The more expensive Inspire HR will come with all the features found on the standard variant with additions like 24/7 heart rate tracking, real-time heart rate zones, monitoring sleep stages between light, deep, & REM and offer up to 15 goal-based exercise modes. The device also comes with connected GPS which Fitbit says will track your pace and distance in real time. The fitness tracker also tracks your Cardio Fitness Level. The Fitbit Inspire HR will be available in Black, Lilac, and White colour options.
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