Fitbit has announced four new affordable wearables, dubbed the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, the Fitbit Inspire HR, the Fitbit Inspire, and the Fitbit Ace 2.
Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
The smartwatch is a lowered-down and inexpensive version of the Versa Edition smartwatch and can track the users’ heart rate, sleep, walk and more. The smartwatch is swim-proof in nature and comes with a battery life of four days.
Users can upload songs and listen to music via Bluetooth earphones and make payments using Fitbit Pay. Additionally, it comes with support for on-screen workouts.
The Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is priced at $159.9 and comes in multiple color options.
Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR
The affordable heart rate trackers come with heart tracking, sleep tracking, automatic exercise recognition, calorie burn tracking, and exercise reminders.
They are swim-proof, come with five-day battery life, on-screen notifications, and different color variants.
While the Inspire tracker is priced at $70, the Inspire HR retails at $100.
Fitbit Ace 2
Meant for kids, the fitness tracker records physical activities, sets goals for users, is swim-proof and has a battery backup of five days.
While being customizable, the fitness tracker has parental controls to monitor the kids’ activities.
The Fitbit Ace 2 is priced at $70.
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