- Fitbit Sense ships with features like stress tracking, SpO2 sensor, ECG, advanced heart rate tracking, and more
- Fitbit Inspire 2 supports 20+ goal-based exercise modes and advanced sleep tools
- Fitbit Versa 3 ships with built-in GPS and Google Assistant
Fitbit has announced three new fitness trackers in India — Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, and Inspire 2. The former two are smartwatches among which the Sense is the most advanced health wearable yet. The Fitbit Sense comes with flagship features like electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor to track stress levels, SpO2, ECG, and advanced heart rate tracking, among others. The Fitbit Sense is the world’s first smartwatch with an electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor that helps users manage stress by identifying any small electrical changes in the sweat level of the skin. Meanwhile, the Fitbit Versa 3 ships with GPS and Google Assistant support. The Fitbit Inspire 2 is claimed to offer the longest battery life of any Fitbit device at 10 days. It supports 20+ goal-based exercise modes, advanced sleep tools and 24/7 heart rate and health tracking.
Price and availability
|Fitbit Sense||Rs 34,999|
|Fitbit Versa 3||Rs 26,499|
|Fitbit Inspire 2||Rs 10,999|
Fitbit Sense’s new EDA sensor helps users understand the body’s response to stress and even helps you manage it. Using the EDA Scan app, you can place your palm on the face of the device to detect small electrical changes in the sweat level of your skin. You can also pair it with guided mindfulness sessions in the Fitbit app to see how the body responds during meditation or relaxation. The ECG app assesses heart rhythm for signs of atrial fibrillation (AFib) and the report can be downloaded to share with the doctor. There is a new skin temperature sensor to detect any changes, including a sign of a fever, illness and more.
Fitbit Sense comes with GPS, 20+ exercise modes, SmartTrack automatic activity tracking, Cardio Fitness level and advanced sleep tools. There is built-in speaker, microphone, Amazon Alexa or Google voice assistant, contactless payments and various clock faces. Fitbit Sense is water-resistant up to 50M, features an AMOLED display with an integrated ambient light sensor to automatically dim the screen for easier viewing and always-on display mode.
The Fitbit Versa 3, on the other hand, is the successor to the Versa 2 and brings more common health features. It also brings support for built-in GPS and the ability to accept calls directly from the wrist. There is fast-charging support and the brand claims it can last up to 6+ days on a single charge. It is equipped with PurePulse 2.0 technology and Active Zone Minutes, which helps users keep track of their daily activities. The smartwatch comes with a 24/7 heart rate monitor, 50m water resistance and support for voice assistants. There is Fitbit Pay for quick payments.
Lastly, the Fitbit Inspire 2 comes with features like Active Zone Minutes, 20+ goal-based exercise modes, advanced sleep tools, 24/7 heart rate tracking and more. It comes with a one-year free trial of Fitbit Premium for added guidance and motivation to reach the fitness goal.