Fitbit Inspire 3: Features, Reviews, and Price

In addition to the Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4, the company (now owned by Google) has announced a new version of its quantifying bracelet: the Fitbit Inspire 3. It is an interesting improvement over the previous model that comes with a more ergonomic design, Spo2 sensor, autonomy of up to ten days, and a price significantly lower than smartwatches.

The Fitbit Inspire 3 can be booked now for $99. Shipments, however, will not arrive until September 15. Without further ado, let’s see what the new Fitbit smartband offers.

Fitbit Inspire 3 technical specifications

Fitbit Inspire 3
Dimensions and Weight39.32 x 18.6 x 11.75 mm
ScreenAMOLED
Sensors and Componentsthree-axis accelerometer
Optical heart rate monitor
vibration motor
SpO2
ambient light sensor
MemorySave all the data of your movements for seven days, minute by minute
Saves the daily total for the last 30 days
Stores heart rate data at one-second intervals during exercise tracking and five-second intervals at all other times
ConnectivityBluetooth
Batteryup to 10 days
Waterproof5 ATM
Healthstress management level
Moods
breathing sessions
sleep monitoring
sleep profile
smart alarm clock
SpO2
Variation in cutaneous temperature
heart rate variability
Respiratory rate
blood glucose index
Resting heart rate
High or low heart rate alerts
Irregular heartbeat notifications
Menstrual health monitoring
FitnessDaily recovery level
Continuous heart rate analysis
Minutes in active zone
Cardio Fitness Level
Various exercise modes
Automatic exercise monitoring
GeopositioningGPS connected
Environmental RequirementsOperating temperature: between 0 and 40 °C
Maximum operating altitude: 8,534 m
CompatibilityiOS 14 and later
Android 10 and later
OthersNotifications of calls, messages, and apps
Price$99

Here’s the new Fitbit fitness wristband

The Fitbit Inspire 3 has several interesting changes, starting with the display. The Fitbit Inspire 2 had a grayscale AMOLED screen, but now, at last, the new model bets on a color screen. It is an interesting change since the Fitbit Inspire 3 is the cheapest wearable of the brand and having this technology helps to make it more interesting.

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Otherwise, the device is somewhat lighter and thinner than previous models. It has a water resistance of up to 5 ATM (submersible to 50 meters) and inside it incorporates a battery of unspecified capacity, but promises up to ten days of autonomy.

Fitbit Inspire 3

The bracelet is capable of analyzing our heart rate, blood oxygen level, stress, and skin temperature, as well as monitoring menstrual health. In the same way, it can send us notifications of irregular heart rhythm, to check for signs of cardiac arrhythmia that may be atrial fibrillation.

As for sport, the Fitbit Inspire 3 has the minutes in the active zone and a catalog of sports modes that we can monitor in real-time. If we pay Fitbit Premium, we can also access the daily recovery level.

Fitbit Inspire 3

Finally, it is worth noting that the bracelet is compatible with iOS and Android, that it allows you to receive notifications of calls, messages, and applications, and that it does not have an integrated GPS chip. Unfortunately, we will continue to rely on having the phone nearby to be able to use the GPS.

Versions and price of the Fitbit Inspire 3

The Fitbit Inspire 3 is available for $99. It is available in black, lavender/black, and yellow/black. Shipments will start on September 15.

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