Make healthy a habit with Fitbit Inspire 2 and a free 1-year Fitbit Premium trial for new Premium users. This slim, easy-to-use fitness tracker packs 24/7 heart rate, Active Zone Minutes, activity and sleep tracking, 10 days of battery and more—and paired with step-by-step fitness & nutrition programs, personalized insights, and sleep tools from Premium, you have all you need for a healthier you.
Free 1-year Fitbit Premium trial for new Premium users (Free trial may only be activated with device activation & within 60 days of device activation
Earn Active Zone Minutes as you progress toward your weekly 150 minutes of heart-pumping activity and use 20 plus exercise modes to track goals like distance, calories burned and more
Track all-day activity: your steps, distance, hourly activity and calories burned
Use 24/7 heart rate to track resting heart rate & better measure calorie burn
Enjoy 10 days of battery life for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use and other factors
Track your time in light, deep and REM sleep, then get a Sleep Score to better understand your sleep quality each night
Stay inspired from the shower to the pool with this swimproof tracker (water resistant to 50 meters) and motivated by connecting with friends, competing in challenges, earning badges and celebrating goal milestones. Care: If the band gets wet or you sweat in it, remove and completely dry the band before putting it back on
Get call, text, calendar and smartphone app notifications right on your wrist. Notifications and app alerts are available on-device when your phone is nearby
With built-in Tile technology, it’s easy to keep track of your Inspire 2 (Tile app and account required. Not available in all languages. Payment may also be required to access certain Tile features)
John Sullivan –
My four year old Charge 2 HR battery was getting weak so I decide to buy a new Inspire 2 and I’m glad I did.First of all, it does everything and more than what my Charge 2 HR did for me, which was quite a lot. Without taking advantage of the free Premium offer, all the data presentation I enjoyed with the older Charge 2 HR is included in Inspire 2. Plus improvements in looks, screen brightness, a much longer battery life and a link to my phone GPS for improved tracking of my long walks.The negative reviews I’ve read revolve mostly around the irritation of the vibration notifications. To preempt those problems I immediately turned off almost all of the notifications. Do you really need your watch tell you your phone is ringing? Or you can’t remember that you’ve been sitting in your chair for the last hour?The setup was super easy. From your current app account, add a device and make sure it synchs to your new Inspire 2 so all of the data stored in your old Fitbit ports into you new device. I just let the battery run out on my old Fitbit and will soon delete it from my account.For only $99 this is a great device.
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Breezy momma –
I was worried about all the reviews that mentioned endless vibrations, but so far no issues. I didnt realize I had my notifications like texts and calls turned off, so the only time it vibrated in the first few days of wearing it was when I hit 10k steps. I’d suggest reading up on how to set the correct settings for your goals and notifications before saying all it does is vibrate. Using the app to learn how to use the fitbit is also a breeze. It’s stylish and comfortable, even to wear to sleep. It definitely motivates me to get moving and the app is great for tracking your progress and customization. Was easy to set up and sync with my phone as well. Overall, I’m impressed and very happy with my purchase.
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I’m really sad that this Inspire 2 is catching so much grief in the reviews here, but what I believe it boils down to is most people only leave bad reviews. If someone is happy with something they usually won’t take the time to come on an write about it unless it is beyond brilliant. I wont go so far as to say this fitbit is that, but it is a wonderful gadget and personally I find no truths in what many here are complaining about. Firstly I would like to start with, if comparing to the HR and making a decision between the two, definitely go with the newer model. It does more; like the 24/7 heart rate monitor which is really great to keep an eye on, the active zones and a great battery life. So far I’ve gone 4 days with no charge and only gotten to 65%, that’s incredible to me. Not to mention this new model includes a free year of premium which has a lot of great stuff in it like fitness guides and mediation exercises.When I was making the decision I read pros and cons comparisons and ultimately it was these and the sluggish touch screen on the HR that led me to choose the Inspire 2. I’m glad I did, I have zero regrets. And for some reason this is cheaper right now than the older model! (Edit: it looks like that was pre holiday sale and it’s more expensive now which does make sense, it is better) It’s functioning flawlessly. It was a great price, is very easy to use, and really is a good little motivator.I love the gentle alarms, the relax exercises, and the little reminders to drink water and exercise. The sleep tracking is really fascinating and a personal goal of mine to work on, this is a major help to me in that regard. I love that it is swim safe as well, since I’m big on swimming.I have pretty small wrists, and while it sits off of it a bit, it’s not overly bulky and is light, and by no means bothersome.Also the recommendation for wearing it is slightly loose, not snug, and I find the best position for it is just above the ulna.As far as people having trouble with it getting stuck on one screen and always showing their weight or constantly buzzing with alerts? That is 100% user error. I will say with confidence if you take your time to sit down and just read through and explore the app with patience, it is all very user friendly. These screens can be backed out of, changed, and alarms/ reminders set or cancelled.There was also a review that mentioned there’s no way to view the HR on the main screen, and you have to swipe through 5 times or so to get to it. While that is one way, there is also the quick function on the home screen just below the clock, tapping this will cycle through which to display (HR, calories, active zones, miles, and steps) so you can have your HR and time visible anytime.My two biggest “issues” with it which are very minor, would be the band, which tends to irritate the skin slightly with constant wear. Cleaning, switching wrists or bands is a simple solution.The other one is that the steps aren’t incredibly accurate, they give a rough idea, but I tend to halve mine based off of my walking routes that I know. This is a broad guess on my part, steps matter least to me but it’s probably closer to 75% accurate.Keeping that and the relatively low price in mind, I think this is a wonderful all over health tracker and highly recommend it for anyone looking for a quality tracker at a reasonable price and healthier lifestyle. It is a small piece of plastic that I find quite incredible at what it is capable of doing for being so tiny, and am amazed at all of the extras in this!
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I love this fitbit. I almost didn’t buy it because some of the reviews mentioning the buzzing and how some features are displayed.I do not experience the excessive buzzing. This must be in the settings and people have asked to be notified about ALL THE THINGS. The only time mine buzzes is when I reach 10,000 steps (it has a little on screen firework display, cute!). I do not have it synced to give phone notifications, I don’t want to know when I get emails, texts, calls from my watch… I also don’t have any of the movement reminders turned on either. I use a work timer, so I get up after every session with my timer.The clock faces are customizable. You can choose what stats are shown on the watch homescreen. I like the stat heavy watch face (which is what is pictured). I do wish there was one that used the 24 hour clock, but that is my only major complaint.Nowhere is my weight listed on the watch, but there is one section if I scroll through that says how much weight I’ve lost. The weight info is mostly all in the app.I can’t say how accurate it is, but the pedometer is definitely more accurate than my phone’s internal one. The GPS can be used through your phone to track walks/runs/biking and I’ve found it to work quite well.I’ve had great luck with the sleep tracking. Based on reviews I never put it into sleep mode, and it hasn’t missed a night of tracking in the 6 weeks I’ve had it.It’s also been cool to see how my resting heart rate changes as I’ve become more active in my day to day life.Overall, if you want something to help motivate you to get moving and develop better sleep habits, I think this is a great purchase. My battery usually lasts at least a week and charges pretty quickly. I didn’t want a smart watch or to over pay for the simple features I was interested in so the Inspire 2 was perfect for me!
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S. Guderjohn –
I decided to get this after my Alta HR finally died. I was happy with the functionality of the Alta, but this model has greatly improved my motivation when it comes to getting my workouts and steps in. I also think it looks nicer and I don’t mind the slightly larger size. I don’t have any issues with the touch buttons on the sides, probably because my wrists are so small and I wear my Fitbit further away from my wrist. My Alta would sometimes slide around so I’d have to move it higher up when I worked out, but this Fitbit stays put and I never have to adjust the band. I really couldn’t be happier with my purchase especially with the Black Friday deal!
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