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Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count

Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count

Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count
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Features

  • Utilize 24/7 heart rate to accurately track calorie burn, resting heart rate & heart rate zones during workouts
  • Track all day activity, including steps, distance, hourly activity, active minutes and calories burned. The Fitbit inspire band is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sport watches, and fastens with a peg and loop
  • Automatically track sleep plus due to the heart rate feature and get more insights into your light & deep sleep stages
  • Enjoy up to 5 days of battery for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use and other factors. Charge time (0 100 percent): 2 hours
  • Automatically and conveniently record workouts like walks, swimming & bike rides in a snap with smart track. Stores heart rate data at 1 second intervals during exercise tracking and at 5 second intervals all other times
  • Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0. Fitbit inspire and inspire HR. are water resistant to 50 meters. We do not recommend wearing inspire or inspire hr. in a hot tub or sauna. Operating temperature: 14 degree to 113 degree Fahrenheit. Maximum operating altitude: 28,000 feet

Description

Fitbit inspire HR is a friendly heart rate and fitness tracker for every day that helps you build healthy habits. This encouraging companion motivates you to reach your weight and fitness goals and even enjoy the journey with 24/7 heart rate, workout features, calorie burn tracking, goal celebrations, sleep stages and up to 5 days of battery life. Large fits wrist 7.1" to " 8.7"" in circumference. Small fits wrist 5.5" to " 7.1"". Syncs with iPhone 4s and later, iPad 3 gen and later, Android 5.0 and later and windows 10 device.


Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 3.9 x 8.9 inches ; 3.52 ounces


Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces


ASIN: B07MSYTQNM


UPC: 811138033262


Item model number: FB413BKBK


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars20,162 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,665 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #10 in Activity & Fitness Trackers #3 in App-Enabled Activity Trackers


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Features

  • Utilize 24/7 heart rate to accurately track calorie burn, resting heart rate & heart rate zones during workouts
  • Track all day activity, including steps, distance, hourly activity, active minutes and calories burned. The Fitbit inspire band is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sport watches, and fastens with a peg and loop
  • Automatically track sleep plus due to the heart rate feature and get more insights into your light & deep sleep stages
  • Enjoy up to 5 days of battery for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use and other factors. Charge time (0 100 percent): 2 hours
  • Automatically and conveniently record workouts like walks, swimming & bike rides in a snap with smart track. Stores heart rate data at 1 second intervals during exercise tracking and at 5 second intervals all other times
  • Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0. Fitbit inspire and inspire HR. are water resistant to 50 meters. We do not recommend wearing inspire or inspire hr. in a hot tub or sauna. Operating temperature: 14 degree to 113 degree Fahrenheit. Maximum operating altitude: 28,000 feet

Description

Fitbit inspire HR is a friendly heart rate and fitness tracker for every day that helps you build healthy habits. This encouraging companion motivates you to reach your weight and fitness goals and even enjoy the journey with 24/7 heart rate, workout features, calorie burn tracking, goal celebrations, sleep stages and up to 5 days of battery life. Large fits wrist 7.1" to " 8.7"" in circumference. Small fits wrist 5.5" to " 7.1"". Syncs with iPhone 4s and later, iPad 3 gen and later, Android 5.0 and later and windows 10 device.


Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 3.9 x 8.9 inches ; 3.52 ounces


Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces


ASIN: B07MSYTQNM


UPC: 811138033262


Item model number: FB413BKBK


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars20,162 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,665 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #10 in Activity & Fitness Trackers #3 in App-Enabled Activity Trackers


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Utilize 24/7 heart rate to accurately track calorie burn, resting heart rate & heart rate zones during workouts
  • Track all day activity, including steps, distance, hourly activity, active minutes and calories burned. The Fitbit inspire band is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sport watches, and fastens with a peg and loop
  • Automatically track sleep plus due to the heart rate feature and get more insights into your light & deep sleep stages
  • Enjoy up to 5 days of battery for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use and other factors. Charge time (0 100 percent): 2 hours
  • Automatically and conveniently record workouts like walks, swimming & bike rides in a snap with smart track. Stores heart rate data at 1 second intervals during exercise tracking and at 5 second intervals all other times
  • Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0. Fitbit inspire and inspire HR. are water resistant to 50 meters. We do not recommend wearing inspire or inspire hr. in a hot tub or sauna. Operating temperature: 14 degree to 113 degree Fahrenheit. Maximum operating altitude: 28,000 feet

Description

Fitbit inspire HR is a friendly heart rate and fitness tracker for every day that helps you build healthy habits. This encouraging companion motivates you to reach your weight and fitness goals and even enjoy the journey with 24/7 heart rate, workout features, calorie burn tracking, goal celebrations, sleep stages and up to 5 days of battery life. Large fits wrist 7.1" to " 8.7"" in circumference. Small fits wrist 5.5" to " 7.1"". Syncs with iPhone 4s and later, iPad 3 gen and later, Android 5.0 and later and windows 10 device.


Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 3.9 x 8.9 inches ; 3.52 ounces


Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces


ASIN: B07MSYTQNM


UPC: 811138033262


Item model number: FB413BKBK


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars20,162 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,665 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #10 in Activity & Fitness Trackers #3 in App-Enabled Activity Trackers


abunda_amazon_reviews I purchased this item from Target. I’ve owned a handful of fitness trackers in the past, but never one from the Fitbit brand. My Garmin devices (Vivofit 2, Vivosmart HR, Vivofit 3) served me well in terms of functionality, but they never seemed to hold my attention. That is to say, the user interface, while functional and useful, simply was not that...inspiring (excuse the ridiculous pun). It wasn’t very fun. I know that’s not important to everyone, but the Fitbit app and UI are so much more engaging and easy to use. The Garmin devices I sort of just wore and didn’t think much about, but this device and the accompanying app keeps me interested and motivated all day and night long. It’s also an all-in-one solution for me, as opposed to using multiple apps to sync all of my info together to create a complete picture that I can use to motivate myself to be better and do better. We all know the accuracy of all fitness trackers is highly debated and, to be honest, I’ve finally managed to accept that and just keep in mind that the info I’m getting is an approximation. I have found the accuracy to be perfectly acceptable for my needs—it is useful information to work with, regardless of the hyperspecific levels of accuracy of the device. The trends are what matters. The consistency of the device’s info from day to day is ultimately more important than the fact that no, this is not a medical-grade device that will nail every piece of info to a T. And that consistency is certainly there. As far as I know, there are no user-friendly, portable, wearable devices out there that can tout perfect accuracy. The human body’s mechanisms are far too complex to measure precisely. These trackers are motivational and informational tools. And, for most users, I think this device is perfectly suited to that. It’s fun to use, looks streamlined and fairly fashionable (or at least unassuming), and comfortable to wear. It seems to be fairly accurate (at least as accurate, if not more, than devices I’ve used in the past—positioning of the device away from the wrist one and wearing it snugly helps out here). The app is an amazing companion. No tracker is perfect. It’s unfair to expect that, at least at this point in time. This device is amazingly priced for what you get, looks good, feels good, and does its job well. I know it’s only been two days, but it’s already got me up and moving more than I would be otherwise. At a glance, I can see my steps, heart rate, calories burned, notifications from my phone, water intake, etc. AKA everything it is advertised to do. I have high hopes for the future with it. I do hope it remains durable over time. The fact that it is waterproof was a selling point for me; I simply do not wish to be concerned with a splash or a shower completely destroying the device. I would recommend it to those looking for a fun and functional tracker that won’t quite break the bank. It does what it claims to do and it does those things well. Frankly, I love it. Some folks may find it does not meet their expectations, but I’d argue that those folks simply need to look to other devices with capabilities that are simply more in line with what they want to get out of the device. This is not a super-advanced device. But that’s not what it claims to be. And for the average person like myself, it’s perfectly adequate for fitness tracking purposes, and has met and exceeded my expectations so far. It gives that motivation and inspiration, and it gives the right information to work off of in order to make progress toward better fitness and health.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;2 Days In — I’m very pleased so far!;;lotus;;;i went to go buy the Charge 3, at Walmart- and they were sold out. THANK GOD YALL. I went to the Fitbit website and seen that they were dropping a few new watches. I have owned 3 other Fitbit watches. I have owned the Alta without the hr monitor- which I loved the most because of its slim design, but also disliked because it didn’t have the hr tracker. The band was annoying, because it would pop off when I did several wrist motions, or hit a corner. Due to that, I actually lost it. Then I owned the Fitbit Charge HR 2, it helped me lose 30 pounds! However I have extremely sensitive skin and no matter how much I cleaned it, I kept getting irritable rashes, and with no interchangeable bands- I gave the product to a friend of mine. Then I had the Fitbit versa, and it was just too large and dull for my liking. I left it in a friends car and it was stolen, thank god because now we’re here. I preordered this watch, and watched reviews on it, and critics were saying the wrist band material is different, so I didn’t immediately buy an interchangeable (only the IQ Shield, which I highly recommend if you’re in the service industry, spend a significant time outdoors,or if you’re as clumsy as me). And well the band is stunning. Matte black silicone, it’s very light and smooth! I also have a ganglion cyst on my left wrist (reoccurring) that my physician says is due to lifting heavyweights (heavyweight lifter for 14 years). Usually these trackers would immediately agitate the cyst in this weird pulsing like way, but nada. For the price and function of this watch, I don’t see how anyone couldn’t rate it any lower than a 4. I’m extremely pleased and I hope the pedometer works better than the previous ones with my jogger (stroller). I’ll update that after the weather clears. Also, after setup my watch had a hard time syncing to the app, if this happens to you just exit the app and reopen it a little later. Is it annoying? Maybe, but not as annoying as taking your watch off every time you shower, bath your kid, or aggressively wash your hands in the service industry. ALSO, this watch displays the date, which apparently the charge 3 does not, so exited!;;Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;LOVE;;Sarah Alarcon;;;I’ve been using Fitbit for 4 years. This is my 4th one. I started with the charge and when the band broke off, they sent me a new one. I switched to the alta later and really liked the sleekness of it, but wasn’t impressed with the features. The charge was better as far as more features and options. I have been looking for a something with a small band and face with gps and heart rate monitor for hiking. I was thrilled when they released the inspire hr. It has everything I was expecting and more. I have not had a single issue with it. The charger cord is short but so were the last two. I have always plugged my usb cubes into extension cords and never had an issue with charging. The battery lasts about 4-5 days. I love how it tracks my sleep cycles (awake, light sleep, deep sleep and rem). The gps function is awesome and links with Strava. I like to track long hikes and walks and compare stats because I’m training for a backpacking trip and need to get a sense of pace and timing. It’s also great to see my heart rate during rest and activity. I’ve read some other reviews that this Fitbit has several bugs. It seems I lucked out this time around. Hopefully Fitbit fixes them. I’m a happy camper and will be keeping this one.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Comfortable, sleek and functional;;Benj;;;I love the functions and pretty everything about it except one thing. The battery does not even last a full day. Very disppointed in the battery life;;Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Low battery life;;Sarah;;;it looks great! but it counts steps while you are sitting and just waving your hand; same as Fitbit Charge 3, I wonder if all fitness trackers have that issue.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Has same issues as Fitbit Charge 3;;Bakyt Zhuman

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By lotus - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2019
2 Days In — I’m very pleased so far!
I purchased this item from Target. I’ve owned a handful of fitness trackers in the past, but never one from the Fitbit brand. My Garmin devices (Vivofit 2, Vivosmart HR, Vivofit 3) served me well in terms of functionality, but they never seemed to hold my attention. That is to say, the user interface, while functional and useful, simply was not that...inspiring (excuse the ridiculous pun). It wasn’t very fun. I know that’s not important to everyone, but the Fitbit app and UI are so much more engaging and easy to use. The Garmin devices I sort of just wore and didn’t think much about, but this device and the accompanying app keeps me interested and motivated all day and night long. It’s also an all-in-one solution for me, as opposed to using multiple apps to sync all of my info together to create a complete picture that I can use to motivate myself to be better and do better. We all know the accuracy of all fitness trackers is highly debated and, to be honest, I’ve finally managed to accept that and just keep in mind that the info I’m getting is an approximation. I have found the accuracy to be perfectly acceptable for my needs—it is useful information to work with, regardless of the hyperspecific levels of accuracy of the device. The trends are what matters. The consistency of the device’s info from day to day is ultimately more important than the fact that no, this is not a medical-grade device that will nail every piece of info to a T. And that consistency is certainly there. As far as I know, there are no user-friendly, portable, wearable devices out there that can tout perfect accuracy. The human body’s mechanisms are far too complex to measure precisely. These trackers are motivational and informational tools. And, for most users, I think this device is perfectly suited to that. It’s fun to use, looks streamlined and fairly fashionable (or at least unassuming), and comfortable to wear. It seems to be fairly accurate (at least as accurate, if not more, than devices I’ve used in the past—positioning of the device away from the wrist one and wearing it snugly helps out here). The app is an amazing companion. No tracker is perfect. It’s unfair to expect that, at least at this point in time. This device is amazingly priced for what you get, looks good, feels good, and does its job well. I know it’s only been two days, but it’s already got me up and moving more than I would be otherwise. At a glance, I can see my steps, heart rate, calories burned, notifications from my phone, water intake, etc. AKA everything it is advertised to do. I have high hopes for the future with it. I do hope it remains durable over time. The fact that it is waterproof was a selling point for me; I simply do not wish to be concerned with a splash or a shower completely destroying the device. I would recommend it to those looking for a fun and functional tracker that won’t quite break the bank. It does what it claims to do and it does those things well. Frankly, I love it. Some folks may find it does not meet their expectations, but I’d argue that those folks simply need to look to other devices with capabilities that are simply more in line with what they want to get out of the device. This is not a super-advanced device. But that’s not what it claims to be. And for the average person like myself, it’s perfectly adequate for fitness tracking purposes, and has met and exceeded my expectations so far. It gives that motivation and inspiration, and it gives the right information to work off of in order to make progress toward better fitness and health.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah Alarcon - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2019
LOVE
i went to go buy the Charge 3, at Walmart- and they were sold out. THANK GOD YALL. I went to the Fitbit website and seen that they were dropping a few new watches. I have owned 3 other Fitbit watches. I have owned the Alta without the hr monitor- which I loved the most because of its slim design, but also disliked because it didn’t have the hr tracker. The band was annoying, because it would pop off when I did several wrist motions, or hit a corner. Due to that, I actually lost it. Then I owned the Fitbit Charge HR 2, it helped me lose 30 pounds! However I have extremely sensitive skin and no matter how much I cleaned it, I kept getting irritable rashes, and with no interchangeable bands- I gave the product to a friend of mine. Then I had the Fitbit versa, and it was just too large and dull for my liking. I left it in a friends car and it was stolen, thank god because now we’re here. I preordered this watch, and watched reviews on it, and critics were saying the wrist band material is different, so I didn’t immediately buy an interchangeable (only the IQ Shield, which I highly recommend if you’re in the service industry, spend a significant time outdoors,or if you’re as clumsy as me). And well the band is stunning. Matte black silicone, it’s very light and smooth! I also have a ganglion cyst on my left wrist (reoccurring) that my physician says is due to lifting heavyweights (heavyweight lifter for 14 years). Usually these trackers would immediately agitate the cyst in this weird pulsing like way, but nada. For the price and function of this watch, I don’t see how anyone couldn’t rate it any lower than a 4. I’m extremely pleased and I hope the pedometer works better than the previous ones with my jogger (stroller). I’ll update that after the weather clears. Also, after setup my watch had a hard time syncing to the app, if this happens to you just exit the app and reopen it a little later. Is it annoying? Maybe, but not as annoying as taking your watch off every time you shower, bath your kid, or aggressively wash your hands in the service industry. ALSO, this watch displays the date, which apparently the charge 3 does not, so exited!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Benj - Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019
Comfortable, sleek and functional
I’ve been using Fitbit for 4 years. This is my 4th one. I started with the charge and when the band broke off, they sent me a new one. I switched to the alta later and really liked the sleekness of it, but wasn’t impressed with the features. The charge was better as far as more features and options. I have been looking for a something with a small band and face with gps and heart rate monitor for hiking. I was thrilled when they released the inspire hr. It has everything I was expecting and more. I have not had a single issue with it. The charger cord is short but so were the last two. I have always plugged my usb cubes into extension cords and never had an issue with charging. The battery lasts about 4-5 days. I love how it tracks my sleep cycles (awake, light sleep, deep sleep and rem). The gps function is awesome and links with Strava. I like to track long hikes and walks and compare stats because I’m training for a backpacking trip and need to get a sense of pace and timing. It’s also great to see my heart rate during rest and activity. I’ve read some other reviews that this Fitbit has several bugs. It seems I lucked out this time around. Hopefully Fitbit fixes them. I’m a happy camper and will be keeping this one.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019
Low battery life
I love the functions and pretty everything about it except one thing. The battery does not even last a full day. Very disppointed in the battery life

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Bakyt Zhuman - Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Has same issues as Fitbit Charge 3
it looks great! but it counts steps while you are sitting and just waving your hand; same as Fitbit Charge 3, I wonder if all fitness trackers have that issue.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By lotus - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2019
2 Days In — I’m very pleased so far!
I purchased this item from Target. I’ve owned a handful of fitness trackers in the past, but never one from the Fitbit brand. My Garmin devices (Vivofit 2, Vivosmart HR, Vivofit 3) served me well in terms of functionality, but they never seemed to hold my attention. That is to say, the user interface, while functional and useful, simply was not that...inspiring (excuse the ridiculous pun). It wasn’t very fun. I know that’s not important to everyone, but the Fitbit app and UI are so much more engaging and easy to use. The Garmin devices I sort of just wore and didn’t think much about, but this device and the accompanying app keeps me interested and motivated all day and night long. It’s also an all-in-one solution for me, as opposed to using multiple apps to sync all of my info together to create a complete picture that I can use to motivate myself to be better and do better. We all know the accuracy of all fitness trackers is highly debated and, to be honest, I’ve finally managed to accept that and just keep in mind that the info I’m getting is an approximation. I have found the accuracy to be perfectly acceptable for my needs—it is useful information to work with, regardless of the hyperspecific levels of accuracy of the device. The trends are what matters. The consistency of the device’s info from day to day is ultimately more important than the fact that no, this is not a medical-grade device that will nail every piece of info to a T. And that consistency is certainly there. As far as I know, there are no user-friendly, portable, wearable devices out there that can tout perfect accuracy. The human body’s mechanisms are far too complex to measure precisely. These trackers are motivational and informational tools. And, for most users, I think this device is perfectly suited to that. It’s fun to use, looks streamlined and fairly fashionable (or at least unassuming), and comfortable to wear. It seems to be fairly accurate (at least as accurate, if not more, than devices I’ve used in the past—positioning of the device away from the wrist one and wearing it snugly helps out here). The app is an amazing companion. No tracker is perfect. It’s unfair to expect that, at least at this point in time. This device is amazingly priced for what you get, looks good, feels good, and does its job well. I know it’s only been two days, but it’s already got me up and moving more than I would be otherwise. At a glance, I can see my steps, heart rate, calories burned, notifications from my phone, water intake, etc. AKA everything it is advertised to do. I have high hopes for the future with it. I do hope it remains durable over time. The fact that it is waterproof was a selling point for me; I simply do not wish to be concerned with a splash or a shower completely destroying the device. I would recommend it to those looking for a fun and functional tracker that won’t quite break the bank. It does what it claims to do and it does those things well. Frankly, I love it. Some folks may find it does not meet their expectations, but I’d argue that those folks simply need to look to other devices with capabilities that are simply more in line with what they want to get out of the device. This is not a super-advanced device. But that’s not what it claims to be. And for the average person like myself, it’s perfectly adequate for fitness tracking purposes, and has met and exceeded my expectations so far. It gives that motivation and inspiration, and it gives the right information to work off of in order to make progress toward better fitness and health.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah Alarcon - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2019
LOVE
i went to go buy the Charge 3, at Walmart- and they were sold out. THANK GOD YALL. I went to the Fitbit website and seen that they were dropping a few new watches. I have owned 3 other Fitbit watches. I have owned the Alta without the hr monitor- which I loved the most because of its slim design, but also disliked because it didn’t have the hr tracker. The band was annoying, because it would pop off when I did several wrist motions, or hit a corner. Due to that, I actually lost it. Then I owned the Fitbit Charge HR 2, it helped me lose 30 pounds! However I have extremely sensitive skin and no matter how much I cleaned it, I kept getting irritable rashes, and with no interchangeable bands- I gave the product to a friend of mine. Then I had the Fitbit versa, and it was just too large and dull for my liking. I left it in a friends car and it was stolen, thank god because now we’re here. I preordered this watch, and watched reviews on it, and critics were saying the wrist band material is different, so I didn’t immediately buy an interchangeable (only the IQ Shield, which I highly recommend if you’re in the service industry, spend a significant time outdoors,or if you’re as clumsy as me). And well the band is stunning. Matte black silicone, it’s very light and smooth! I also have a ganglion cyst on my left wrist (reoccurring) that my physician says is due to lifting heavyweights (heavyweight lifter for 14 years). Usually these trackers would immediately agitate the cyst in this weird pulsing like way, but nada. For the price and function of this watch, I don’t see how anyone couldn’t rate it any lower than a 4. I’m extremely pleased and I hope the pedometer works better than the previous ones with my jogger (stroller). I’ll update that after the weather clears. Also, after setup my watch had a hard time syncing to the app, if this happens to you just exit the app and reopen it a little later. Is it annoying? Maybe, but not as annoying as taking your watch off every time you shower, bath your kid, or aggressively wash your hands in the service industry. ALSO, this watch displays the date, which apparently the charge 3 does not, so exited!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Benj - Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019
Comfortable, sleek and functional
I’ve been using Fitbit for 4 years. This is my 4th one. I started with the charge and when the band broke off, they sent me a new one. I switched to the alta later and really liked the sleekness of it, but wasn’t impressed with the features. The charge was better as far as more features and options. I have been looking for a something with a small band and face with gps and heart rate monitor for hiking. I was thrilled when they released the inspire hr. It has everything I was expecting and more. I have not had a single issue with it. The charger cord is short but so were the last two. I have always plugged my usb cubes into extension cords and never had an issue with charging. The battery lasts about 4-5 days. I love how it tracks my sleep cycles (awake, light sleep, deep sleep and rem). The gps function is awesome and links with Strava. I like to track long hikes and walks and compare stats because I’m training for a backpacking trip and need to get a sense of pace and timing. It’s also great to see my heart rate during rest and activity. I’ve read some other reviews that this Fitbit has several bugs. It seems I lucked out this time around. Hopefully Fitbit fixes them. I’m a happy camper and will be keeping this one.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019
Low battery life
I love the functions and pretty everything about it except one thing. The battery does not even last a full day. Very disppointed in the battery life

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Bakyt Zhuman - Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Has same issues as Fitbit Charge 3
it looks great! but it counts steps while you are sitting and just waving your hand; same as Fitbit Charge 3, I wonder if all fitness trackers have that issue.