Fitbit wants to get more and more people to purchase its products and it has just launched four new wearable devices. These include a smartwatch and three activity trackers. What’s interesting about the new devices from Fitbit is that one of the activity trackers is designed for kids and its purpose is to help kids learn healthy habits from an early age.
We should mention that Fitbit also announced that it’s planning to release a major software redesign for its smartphone app that connects to wearable devices. Fitbit said that the new design for the app will make it easier for users to check important information such as fitness and health stats. With that said, let’s check out the new devices from Fitbit.
Fitbit Versa Lite
The first Fitbit device that we want to cover is the Fitbit Versa Lite. The company classifies this device as an “everyday smartwatch” and it ships with cool features such as Sleep Stages tracking, automatic activity and PurePulse 24/7 heart rate among others.
Fitbit Inspire HR and Inspire
The Fitbit Inspire HR is n affordable 24/7 heart rate tracker and it costs $99.5. The tracker is equipped with a plethora of essential features such as connected GPS, Sleep Stages and more than 15 goal-based exercise mods.
In addition, the Fitbit Inspire is the more affordable version of Fitbit Inspire HR and it costs $69.95. Obviously, the cheaper model will ship with a lesser amount of features.
Fitbit Ace 2
As we previously mentioned, Fitbit has launched a new activity tracker that is designed for kids. This activity tracker is called Fitbit Ace 2 and it targets kids from ages six to up. As you would expect from a Fitbit fitness tracker, the Ace 2 ships with lots of features and different clock faces but what really makes it stand out is the fact that it features motivating activity challenges designed for kids.