Fitbit Inspire

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Fitbit Inspire Fitness Tracker

Track all day Activity with the Fitbit Inspire, including steps, distance, hourly Activity, Active minutes and calories burned.

  • Track all day Activity, including steps, distance, hourly Activity, Active minutes and calories burned
  • Automatically track your sleep & set silent alarms that wake you by buzzing on your wrist
  • Enjoy up to 5 days of battery for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use & other factors
  • Automatically and conveniently record workouts like walks, swimming & bike rides with smart track
  • The on screen dashboard, intuitive touchscreen & back-lit display make the inspire tracker easy to use & love

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Fitbit Inspire Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included) Sangria

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Fitbit Inspire Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included)

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// 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

// REVIEWS

12 Reviews for Fitbit Inspire

  1. Helpul?

    Seems like a good product but…….the steps font is way too small for many of us. Fitbit will lose a lot of customers who would love to use this but can’t. I hope it can be remedied with a software update. I also hope they five the option for being able to control display order but not a deal breaker. If the steps font can’t be enlargedI will return and purchase a Garmin.

  2. JEMD

    Was really looking forward to getting this, particularly given this model now includes heart rate monitoring and more detailed sleep tracking. Opened box, set up Fitbit and proceeded to strap onto wrist.What you need to know is that the straps are attached to the Fitbit by a decidedly clumsy and fiddly pin mechanism. Unfortunately for me, I seem to have received a Fitbit with a faulty strap – every time I try and put it on, one side of the strap pops off, making the Fitbit totally useless and unwearable.So disappointed – really do not expect to get a faulty item brand new out if the box, particularly a fault that renders the item totally unusable for the purpose it was designed for. Returning immediately. Unlikely to buy another.

  3. Bob H

    I’m really not sure about this.Last night I lay awake for three hours but it thinks I had a full night’s sleep.It doesn’t recognise the activities I do – today power yoga which was v strenuous throughout the hour bar 5 mins.It doesn’t monitor heart rate. I hadn’t realised that I would need to pay another £20 for this feature.It is better than the cheaper copies but I was expecting more.I’ll give it a few days and ask to return if it doesn’t improve.

  4. l.kay

    My fault for not reading carefully enough, but the $70.00 version does not monitor your heart rate.Now that I go back and read the advertisement on the product page it seems obvious, but I was in too much of a hurry. I got the impression that both versions monitor heart rate, but only the $100 version does. Since that is the main reason I ordered the thing, I expect this fitbit will be sitting in a drawer and another $70.00 are out the window.What you get for your seventy bucks is a rather unattractive watch and a suite of apps that don’t do anything an app on your iPhone won’t do for you already.

  5. Mary

    Absolutely love the look, feel and usefulness of the Inspire …. nice having the choice of wearing it on my wrist or with a clip that can be purchased. ( I purchased both the black and pink, knowing that this device would become a daily accessory for me. ) Simple, sleek and typical of Fit Bit products, very reliable. Great price, as well!

  6. Leila

    I’ve owned the Fitbit Alta, Alta HR, and Blaze. My favorites have been the Alta and Alta HR. I love the size and convenience of charging once per week! I lost my Fitbit Alta and wanted to replace it. This Inspire came out and I loved the look of it! I ordered it and I got it delivered on March 20th. Started using it around 22nd. Well…I’ve had to charge this thing every 2 days. I said every 2 days!! Coming from charging my Fitbit every 5 to 7 days to charging every 2days is ridiculous! Also note: I don’t have “Always connected” enabled. I have notifications enabled and only for calls/texts. So my Fitbit died today after I charge it less than. 24 hours ago…that was the final straw. I’m sending this crap back and rebuying a Fitbit Alta. New isn’t better in the case.

  7. Cats Books and Wine (Things I Like)

    Edited to add: I’ve now tried to sync this piece of junk about 50 times. I have the dongle from my Fitbit One: doesn’t help. I put the Inspire right UP TO the dongle and it still won’t sync. YES, I’ve done all of the troubleshooting suggestions. Seems from the other reviews that Fitbit released this KNOWING that it won’t sync! I want my money back.I bought the Inspire the day it was released. Despite the fact that my old Fitbit One would always sync with my computer with no problem, this Inspire will NOT sync up. I’ve tried it over a dozen times, followed the troubleshooting instructions, etc. Honestly, I feel like I got ripped off. I loved my Fitbit One SO MUCH, but it was accidentally put through the washer and after that it wouldn’t hold a charge — I would have to charge it 2 or even 3 times a day, which was inconvenient. Bring back the Fitbit One please!!

  8. V. A. Williams

    I loved my old Fitbit charge but the strap eventually disintegrated so I bought this as a replacement. What a disappointment. My priority activity is just measuring my steps, not much to ask. The mobile app is fine as always but the physical controls for the device are poor, for example to check the battery level you have to use the same button that powers down the machine which is very frustrating. I found the step counting to be wildly inaccurate, I am not a fussy accountant, I only want a ballpark figure but the numbers were almost random which makes it all rather pointless. I repeat I was happy with my old Fitbit charge for years so my expectations were realistic but they were not met. The strap is both frustrating to close and yet not something that felt secure. Very disappointing, returned for refund, I really miss having a Fitbit companion.

  9. The_Mayor

    Have used Fitbit products for at least five years. This one – the Inspire which I purchased with a clip to try to replace my failing Fitbit one (would no longer take a charge) is a dismal failure. It works but unlike the Fitbit one which I charged once per week this one looses all capability after two or three days and then need charging. Moreover it does not track stairs. So IMHO an abject failure to replace the Fitbit one which is no longer available!I have replaced it with another product at one third the cost that does more, has a usable app and can be charged once ever other week — better than even the Fitbit one> In short look around and do not buy any fFtbit product until you check out their competition — now better overall and far less costly!

  10. ShoeLover

    Very disappointed with the Inspire. I simply wanted to track my steps, nothing more than that. The band was very difficult to close. It required a great deal of pressure and even then it wouldn’t always snap through the punch hole. It would record steps every time I moved my hand (and I did select dominant to deal with the sensitivity issue per online help) – if I simply waved my hand back and forth It would add 10 or more steps. This is contrary to what online support says regarding the few extra steps that may be recorded. So there was always a question of how many steps I had taken in a day. I discovered also that it would not record my stationary bike activity. I ride it daily since my hip replacements for 10plus miles. If there was a way to manually add the activity, I could not locate it in the Inspire on line app. And after searching on line help, I discovered the limitations of this Fitbit model. For example, with more expensive Fitbits, spinning is a menu selection, which can be used to imitate stationary bike activity. Unfortunately this was not a menu selection for the Inspire I had. At $80.00 it was too expensive given the difficulty I was having with it. Spending more for a fancier Fitbit with a band that was easier to close didn’t appeal to me. So I returned it.

  11. Joy

    Updated review (19th October 2019):So my battery backup has dramatically reduced to 1 day, I don’t know-how. Whether I sync it or not, use it not or, it doesn’t work more than 24 hours which is pretty bad. Now I think of this as a bad investment, I should rather have bought a cheap fitness band instead. Also, I bought this for ?6.5k and now the price is reduced to ?3k in some other etailers, which made me very sad, and now I think it wasn’t worth buying this piece of tech.Original review (1st September 2019 – a month after I bought it)There are a lot of arguments on why we should get a Fitbit, its definitely more expensive than any other fitness bands out there and I agree with that too.✴️ I have used Mi Band before and it definitely does a very very good job and that’s the worst part about Fitbit, it does the almost same job except for a few knicks and knacks (if you notice) like good interactions and animations on the screen, etc.✳️ So it automatically detects your activity, if you workout or exercise (but sometimes it takes auto rides or bike rides into that) however it never mistakes the steps and walking. As far as my experience goes, step counter and pedometer work best.✴️ The app is good though but I had some issues during setup and syncing with my notification first time, it took a few days and multiple phone reboots to get it right. I was very disappointed to know that it doesn’t work with Google Fit and Apple Health, so that’s a turn-off.✴️ You only get few watch faces, can’t download more (i think there’s only 8-10).✴️ Raise your wrist doesn’t work really well though and I don’t think it has a tap to wake (although sometimes it does tap to wake and I’m unable to figure how or when it works).✴️ The battery gives standby of 3-4 days irrespective of your phone syncing with it or not (i thought non-HR version would give more backup but it doesn’t).✴️ It really had some good straps available online, but it takes time for them to get delivered since they are all imported and you’ll not find anything in physical stores, nothing is sold in India.✳️ One really good thing is Fitbit Coach, they give you a free home workout sessions and video tutorials.🔴 The final verdict would be not to spend so much money on a fitness band, buy something cheap (and get an expensive timepiece instead or a smartwatch) 🔴

  12. JEWEL

    I read a decent amount of the reviews before buying and was 50/50 on even getting the Inspire based on the negative reviews. But, I went for it anyways. I received the Inspire (regular one) on Sept 27.. 5 days later, still haven’t had to charge it. I guess I’m one of the lucky ones? BUT I did disable getting my text notifications since I usually always have my phone in my hand anyways. So could be why the battery doesn’t drain. People were complaining about the band leaving rashes and whatnot… my advice, don’t wear it so tight then. People complained about how it dims too fast.. look faster? It doesn’t take you more than a couple secs to look at your info and keep it moving. If you want to stare at your numbers I suggest you just open the app since it syncs it anyways. People complained about the charger being too short, it aint like you gonna be wearing the tracker while it’s charging so who cares. People complained about counting ghost steps, are a few ghost steps here and there gonna kill you? My point is, it’s a tracker, it works (at least for me), it’s sleek, it’s lightweight, i’m happy with it.

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