The company has launched new fitness trackers that won’t burn a hole in your wallet.
Fitbit has just launched a new line of inexpensive devices that should be a great alternative to expensive smartwatches and fitness trackers.
It was also announced that Fitbit is working on a redesign of its Fitbit app that is used by all its device. Its aim is to make it even easier to use along with a new way of viewing your health and fitness stats.
First to be announced is the new Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, which was dubbed as an everyday smartwatch that includes automatic activity tracking along with 24/7 heart rate detection. There’s also support for sleep tracking along with 15 exercise modes and up to 4 days of battery life.
Next on the list is the Fitbit Inspire and the Fitbit Inspire HR that also feature 24/7 heart rate tracking along with the usual all-day activity and sleep tracking. There’s also up to 5 days of battery life.
Last is the Fitbit Ace 2, a smartwatch made for kids 6 and up. This smartwatch features a swimproof design plus animated clock faces. Its ultimate aim is to encourage a healthier lifestyle for kids that can be beneficial especially at an early age. Parents can also monitor their child’s progress through the Fitbit app.
The pricing for the new devices are as follows:
– Fitbit Versa Lite: 799 AED
– Fitbit Inspire HR: 499 AED
– Fitbit Inspire: 349 AED
– Fitbit Ace 2: 299 AED
The Fitbit Versa Lite, Inspire, and Inspire HR will all be available this month with the Fitbit Ace 2 arriving this summer.