Fitbit Inspire 2

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Fitbit Inspire 2 Health & Fitness Tracker

Meet the Inspire 2 from Fitbit, 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. Valid payment method required. New users only. Cancel before free trial ends to avoid subscription fees)
  • Earn Active Zone Minutes as you progress toward your weekly 150 minutes of heart-pumping activity and use 20+ 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
  • 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


Fitbit Inspire 2 Activity Tracker- Used Once

Fitbit Inspire 2 Activity Tracker- Used Once. I don’t like wristbands/watches. Wore this once for half an hour trying to set it up. Effectively new. All data is wiped/reset.

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Fitbit Inspire 2 HR, Heart Rate Monitor, Health & Fitness Tracker

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, up to 10 days of battery and more—and paired with...


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// Specifications

Brand Fitbit
Material Synthetic
Color Black/Rose
Item Dimensions LxWxH 1.47 x 0.66 x 0.51 inches
Item Weight 0.03 Kilograms

// Company Profile – Fitbit

Fitbit was started in 2007 by James Park and Eric Friedman in San Francisco. Their aim is to lead people into living healthier and better lives and they do this through their fitness tracking devices. Fitbit’s debut into wearable technology was with the Fitbit Classic, which was introduced into the… – View Profile


8 Reviews for Fitbit Inspire 2

  1. T. Reed

    I purchased this Inspire 2 as in upgrade to my old Alta HR. I liked the Alta HR because it had a slim profile and was simple to use. The Inspire 2 has two flaws that are deal breakers for me. 1: you cannot change the “apps” that display on the face – so if someone was looking at my Fitbit they could see my weight. I am a teacher, my students play with my Fitbit at times and I don’t need them to know that personal information. 2: Whenever my wrist and arm touch together, it makes my Fitbit vibrate. I have worn it for not even an hour and had to take it off because it was annoying.I spend nearly 1/2 an hour on the phone with Fitbit customer service for them to go through their whole speech, to find out these a “features” that can’t be removed.

  2. Perry

    Pros:-HR seems very accurate-I love almost all the new features-Syncs well with iOS 14-Picks up on a lot of stuff and is very accurate-Comfy and looks nice, isn’t too bigCons:-Every time I move my hand back (pic above) it buzzes and turns on and off and it’s ANNOYING!! And it messes with features, such as; the timer when I’m running, going back to the Home Screen, and going to the settings. And it does that in my sleep.-So the way to fix this is to wear it higher on my wrist/forearm… but that’s not as comfortable.-I’ve only had it for a day and I want to try it out for at least a week… but that’s just a dumb feature. I’d rather just tap the top to turn it on than press the sides. Who came up with that?- I don’t like that I run for 30 minutes but it changes it to a higher number because “active zone” or whatever gives you 2x the minutes. If I run for 30 minutes… I run for 30 minutes! It says I exercised for 99 minutes… but I only did 69 minutes. It gave me 2x the minutes. That’s just dumb and confusing.- I also don’t like that I can’t zoom in on my sleeping log and see the graph.Update: I’m returning it

  3. Joanne

    Very disappointed. Have the Alta hr and love its design but just shake your arm and get all your steps in. I was hoping the inspire 2 would not do that but it does. Waste of money. Will be returning.

  4. Fran B

    I have the Alta HR and the face is pretty scratched. I have short arms so all the Fitbits are too large. I was so excited when this came in yesterday and it is about the same size as my Alta. But then every time I bent my wrist and it had skin to skin contact it immediately vibrated. There are no buttons just to turn it on, you just finger touch both sides. Obviously you flex your wrist all day. All of those vibrations every 2 minutes or sooner is a hard fail and there isn’t a touch sensitivity that you can play with. My other problem is that it didn’t give me the reminders to move, even though I had it turned on. So it’s being returned and back to my scratched Alta 🙁

  5. Questioning

    I have worn an Alta for almost 4 years but the battery was going bad. I like the fact that the Inspire 2 is sleeker and lighter than the Alta. However, I hate the fact that every time I move my rust it vibrates and lights up DND (do not disturb). I don’t care that my DND is off or on. I could go into my account to deal with that on the very rare occasion it needs to be changed.

  6. Kate

    Most features work fine but the sleep monitoring feature does not. The instructions tell you that it should begin measuring sleep automatically, but that feature only works when you have been completely still for one hour. I am a fairly restless sleeper so this threshold for starting the sleep monitoring doesn’t work for me. It is possible to manually start the sleep monitor on the Fitbit app. If you choose that option the instructions say that you won’t get information on sleep stages, and that does seem to be the case. However, I used the manual start option one night and that is the only time I have seen the sleep stage data. Again, the threshold for getting sleep stage data is to have 3 hours of uninterrupted sleep (no restless moments, or awake moments). That is fairly rare for me. There are specific instructions on where to place the Fitbit when sleeping, but mine just moves down my wrist as I sleep, so that doesn’t help.I think Fitbit should be more transparent when advertising the features of the Inspire 2. Also, my interactions with customer service via the chat feature on the website were less than helpful.

  7. Chris L

    Bought to replace a Fitbit Alta which had a battery that lasted less than 8 hours and had to be recharged continually. So far 5 days and the charge is still 71%. Has better functionality than the Alta and is easy to read. The aftermarket band, a metal magnetic clasp band, was easy to install and looks great. Reliable so far.

  8. Misha K

    I was so excited to get my new, upgraded Inspire 2 after my original HR crashed. I can’t get passed the super annoying constant vibration or buzzing every time I move my wrist. Like others said, sometimes it puts the unit into some tracking mode, which makes my results inaccurate. I researched it and even called Fitbit customer service to see if there’s a way to turn it off. No go, unfortunately. Everything else is great, but I just can’t deal with the annoyance. I’m going to return it and get the original Inspire again.

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