The 2020 Fitbit line-up is really kicking things up a notch, even for its more affordable model.
With the $330 Fitbit Sense giving the Apple Watch a run for its money, the $230 Versa bringing some appealing updates, Fitbit didn’t forget to show some love to basic smartband wearers as well.
The new $100 Fitbit Inspire 2 brings an impressive 10-day battery life with continuous heart rate monitoring, a new record for the Inspire line.
That battery can also be charged to full in just two hours.
Of course, since it’s an entry-level device, there is no built-in GPS or voice assistant.
There is however Active Zone Minutes, a feature that lets you adjust your workouts to hit specific targets more easily.
It tracks your resting heart rate, menstrual health, food intake, swimming plus 20 other activities, and has guided breathing sessions.
Even better, just like the Fitbit Sense and the Versa 3, the Fitbit Inspire 2 comes with a free Fitbit Premium subscription (12 months).
That alone would cost you $80 so, considering the Fitbit Inspire 2 can be pre-ordered for $100, so the company really did sweeten the deal (and right in time for budget-conscious shoppers preparing for the holiday season).