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  • Kyle Chua

Fitbit Launches Inspire 3, Versa 4, Sense 2 as Part of Its Fall Lineup

Fitbit has pulled the wrappings back on its fall lineup, which consists of updated models of some of its most popular wearables.

Credit: Fitbit

The fitness tech company on Thursday, 25 August, launched the Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2, all of which are thinner and more comfortable to wear than their predecessors. They all also come with more Google tools, including Google Wallet.

Fitbit Inspire 3. Credit: Fitbit

For the most part, the new devices retain the focus of their respective lines. The Inspire 3 is the most accessible among the three, with it working more like a fitness tracker than a full-fledged smartwatch. It's easy to use and touts up to 10 days of battery life.

Fitbit Versa 4. Credit: Fitbit

The Versa 4, meanwhile, is geared more towards fitness enthusiasts, featuring over 40 exercise modes, real-time stats, built-in GPS and Active Zone Minutes. This year's model even includes the side button that was absent from the Versa 3, which has a new location for easy access. Its battery can last about six days, which is about the same as its predecessor.

Fitbit Sense 2. Credit: Fitbit

Lastly, the Sense 2, being the flagship device, has the most advanced features, packing new sensors that can detect signs of atrial fibrillation through the brand's ECG app and PPG algorithm, heart rate variability and skin temperature, among others. It also has a Body Response sensor, which measures cEDA for users who want to track their stress levels.

Credit: Fitbit

What’s more, Fitbit announced it’ll be including six months of Fitbit Premium with all purchases of the new devices. The subscription gives users of the Fitbit companion app access to personalised resources and insights, which includes the recently added Daily Readiness Score and Sleep Profile. It also has over 1,000 workout and mindfulness sessions to help guide users through their own fitness and wellness journeys.


The Inspire 3 retails for S$148, the Versa 4 for S$358 and the Sense 2 for S$428. Pre-orders are already available at Fitbit.com and retailers like Amazon, Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, e-Gadgets, Gain City, Harvey Norman, iChangi, Lazada and Shopee. All three devices are expected to come out in September.

 
  • Fitbit launched the Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2, all of which are thinner and more comfortable to wear over their predecessors.

  • The Inspire 3 retails for S$148, the Versa 4 for S$358 and the Sense 2 for S$428.

  • The fitness tech company will also include six months of Fitbit Premium with all purchases of the new devices.

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