Every new Fitbit release really stirs up conversation amongst athletes, runners, and fitness enthusiast as more and more people become involved in leading a healthy and fit lifestyle. And every year, Fitbit never fails to offer devices that cater to a wider variety of people.
In 2018, Fitbit released quite some interesting products like the Versa, Ionic, and Charge 3. This year, Fitbit opted to release new products that are more budget-friendly and has bolder colorways to choose from to make health and fitness more accessible to consumers.
And just as the second quarter of 2019 begins, Fitbit announced the arrival of their new Lineup consisting of the Fitbit Versa Lite, Fitbit Inspire, and Fitbit Inspire HR!
Fitbit Versa Lite
Fitbit Versa Lite, from the name itself, is a stripped down version of Fitbit Versa, a hit smartwatch release of Fitbit in 2018. But it’s also expected to be significantly LIGHTER for our wallets as well.
What Fitbit did here is to keep the essential features of their Fitbit Versa like –sleep, calorie and steps tracking, connected GPS, notifications from your smartphone, and 24/7 heart rate monitoring, while giving it a much bolder look with a variety of vibrant colors to choose from! The final product is an everyday smartwatch that retails for PHP 10,390, being the most affordable Fitbit Smartwatch to date!
And of course advanced features like having a wide variety of apps to download, female health tracking, real-time pace, and distance monitor, and 15 exercise modes to choose from – all while maintaining its lightweight and swim-proof design.
Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR
Fitbit Inspire is the most affordable tracking device by Fitbit selling at PHP 4,590. It is perfect for people who just need the basic in their fitness trackers. Described by Fitbit as “as sleek, easy to use tracker” Inspire offers activity and sleep tracking, up to 5 days of battery life, goal celebrations, Reminders to Move and timer and stopwatch apps to help users stay on track.
For these features and a price tag of less than PHP 5,000 pesos, Fitbit Inspire is really meant for people who want to give fitness trackers a try, without causing a hole in their wallets.
But if you are looking for a more upgraded experience and more features, Inspire HR is also available for PHP 6,290 with 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep stages tracking, 15+ goal-based exercise modes, connected GPS, Relax Guided Breathing and advance calorie burn tracking!
Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, Inspire HR and Inspire devices will be available from April 13th, 2019 at retail partner stores nationwide, including Digital Walker, Globe, ROX, Go Sport, Chimes Davao, Lazada, Shopee, and Zalora
So what do you think about the new lineup? Is it a cop or drop?