Fitbit releases new products for improved health and wellness

The Inspire 3, Versa 4, and Sense 2 are three new products from Fitbit that are all filled with data about your body to help you better manage your health and wellness.

The Fitbit Inspire 3 is available in the colors midnight zen, lilac joy, and morning radiance for a suggested retail price of $179.95. With 10 hours of battery life, it’s a fun, simple-to-use entry-level tracker that can help you keep track of your health.

With over 40 training modes, real-time statistics, integrated GPS, Active Zone Minutes, and premium features like Daily Readiness to help you accomplish your activity goals, the Fitbit Versa 4 is a wristwatch with a fitness focus. It is available in the colors black, waterfall blue, pink sand, and beet juice and has an RRP of $379.95. With a full day’s charge taking only 12 minutes, the battery lasts more than six days. It learns your preferred sleeping patterns and provides a monthly breakdown of 10 important sleep metrics and suggestions for improving your sleep. All fitness and health metrics are also measured.

The Fitbit Sense 2 is svelte and small and offers premium body insights to identify your particular health tendencies. It offers tailored information to help you make better decisions. With a new Body Response sensor, the first continuous EDA (cEDA) sensor for all-day stress management, and FDA- and CE-approved heart health capabilities like an ECG app and PPG algorithm, it is Fitbit’s most sophisticated health-focused wristwatch to date. It is, in essence, the best health wearable available today. It is available in shadow grey, lunar white, and blue mist and costs $449.95.

Fitbit Premium, which extends the Fitbit experience with features like the Daily Readiness Score, Sleep Profile, sophisticated analytics, individualized insights, and more than a thousand workouts and mindfulness sessions, is included for six months with all new devices.

The second season of chic, woven leather bands from Brother Vellies for owners of the Fitbit Sense, Sense 2, Versa 3, and Vers 4 are among the new accessories that Fitbit has also unveiled. New transparent bands for Inspire 3 and core accessory bands for Charge 5 and Luxe are available today.

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