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Fitbit Inspire Fitness Tracker, Black
- Track all-day activity: your hard-earned steps, distance, hourly activity, active minutes and calories burned
- Enjoy the convenience of up to 5 day battery for day-after-day progress without the hassle of constant charging. *Varies with use & other factors
- Automatically and conveniently record workouts like walks, swimming & bike rides with Smart Track
- Swim proof, so you can wear your tracker in the shower, pool and beyond
- Get call, text, calendar and smartphone app notifications right on your wrist
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Understand your rest to improve it with automatic sleep tracking and silent alarms on your wrist & bedtime reminders and helpful tips in the app.
Stay connected on the go with updates from social media apps and call, calendar and text alerts. Available on-device when your phone is nearby.
Up to 5 Days of Battery
With battery life up to 5 days, Fitbit Inspire keeps the inspiration coming day and night. Varies with use and other factors.
All-day Calorie Burn
Check Inspire or the Fitbit app to see how many calories you’re burning throughout the day so you can keep your nutrition on track.
Every part of your day impacts your goals, so Fitbit Inspire tracks all-day steps, distance, active minutes and calories burned.
Understand your body on a deeper lever by using your tracker with the Fitbit app to follow your cycle, record symptoms and more.
Water Resistant to 50m
Swimproof, so you can wear Inspire in the shower, pool and beyond. Plus, it automatically tracks how long you’re swimming.
Get Active with All-Day Tracking
Keep track of steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes each day. See summaries of your stats in the Fitbit app and track how working out can impact your resting heart rate.
Exercise More with Guided Coaching
Work out anytime, anywhere with Fitbit Coach on your phone, tablet or computer. Get step-by-step workouts specifically tailored to you and as your fitness progresses, your routine will adjust and evolve.
Sleep Better with Personalised Insights
Automatically track how long and how well you sleep. With heart rate tracking, measure your time in light, deep and REM sleep to understand sleep quality and receive tips to improve your night.
Stay Inspired with Friends & Challenges
Stay motivated by competing with friends and family in Fitbit challenges. Embark on virtual experiences with Fitbit Adventures and reach your fit-ness goals. Celebrate your achievements with Fitbit badges and sharing your key stats.
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|All day and night activity tracking, steps, distance, calories burned, sleep and heart rate||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Works with Android, iPhone, Windows and battery 4+ days||Up to 5 days||Up to 5 days||Up to 5 days||4+ days||4+ days||4+days|
|Call and text alerts, silent alarm and reminders to move||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|PurePulse Heart Rate||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Sleep Stages (Light, Deep, REM)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Built-in GPS||Connected GPS||Connected GPS||Connected GPS||✓|
|Apps for Weather and more||✓||✓||✓|
|Stores and Plays Music||✓||✓|
|Water Resistant to 50M||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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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.
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) 🔴
Aftercare is useless as all they state is “turn it off and then on again”. That appears to be their answer to all queries. They must have been aware of a design fault when they sold it to unsuspecting customers!
All-day activity- and sleep-tracking are on board, as well as female health tracking, and the Inspire has Fitbit's SmartTrack feature for automatic exercise recognition too - but that's pretty much as far as its features go. Step counting and distance travelled on the Inspire is near enough on par with the Apple Watch Series 4, which isn't bad given the Apple Watch is four times the price. Meanwhile, calories burned are underestimated on the Inspire - but we'd expect this given the Apple Watch has a heart-rate monitor and the Inspire doesn't.
Battery performance is also good on the Inspire, offering the full promised five days without needing a top-up. Charging takes place via a special dock so there's no Micro-USB or USB Type-C convenience here, as usual with Fitbit, but it's by no means as fiddly as the Charge 3 and Alta devices with their clip docks.
The Fitbit Inspire is a slim, stylish and waterproof activity tracker that offers a great performance in the features it offers, while also offering numerous accessories to change the look.
Slim and subtle design
Lightweight and comfortable to wear
Decent basic activity tracking
Waterproof to 50m
Fitbit software platform is great
Lack of features compared to competitors
No swim-tracking despite waterproofing
Colour options mean coloured screen (some won't like this - but we do)
The bands are impossible to change and it takes several days for it to start logging sleep and exercise, but if you stick with it for a week or so then it starts working perfectly. There was a huge firmware update recently, which was frustrating but the users on the forum persuaded me to stick with it and I couldn't be without it now!
Logging food that isn't in the database is frustrating, especially as the app won't let you put decimal points in the numbers so you have to round up or down and get "uncategorised" bits in your food which is annoying and accurate if you are using it to track your food and water. You might be able to do it on the website, but what's the point in having to do it on there when you've got the app??
All in all it's a good fitness tracker, as long as you can put up with the little niggly bits and you're prepared to be patient when you first start using it. It's expensive but worth it in my opinion.
I wasn't at all impressed with the sleep tracking, as the only thing it seemed to be able to tell me with any degree of accuracy was what time I got into bed and what time I got out again in the morning. Lying awake for an hour or more during the night, very obviously awake, didn't feature in any of the sleep data, despite me having very broken sleep on many occasions. Being 'awake' during the night only featured in the data if I got out of bed and walked around.
In terms of accuracy in counting steps - some days it seemed to be accurate whilst on other days it was not. I tested this several times by counting my steps myself and comparing my count with the Fitbit - the results were varied but on balance it seems to under count.
After using the Fitbit Inspire for just one month the screen suddenly stopped working. There was no obvious reason for this as I had looked after it well, charged it when needed and had worn it every day and most nights, since receiving it. I was about to return the Fitbit when the display came back on and it seemed to be working again. I cancelled the return but am not feeling very confident of how long it will keep working.
for me but that would be a good change for me. But other than that this is the best in the game I think.
*Step & Distance Accuracy:
- This aspect is being heavily criticised in the reviews. I checked it in a couple of ways and I can say that I am very satisfied with the accuracy.
- Test 1: During a 1-week holiday I went with my wife (which involved a significant amount of walking) who has an Apple watch, we compared the steps and distances covered shown by two devices every day. Distances were almost perfectly the same, and my steps were slightly lower (perfectly normal given that I have longer legs).
- Test 2: The device pushes you to walk at least 250 steps during each working hours and shows you the number of steps left to complete this target. I saw that when the device says "68 steps needed to complete the target", it really completes the target in exactly 68 steps (yes, I counted).
- Test 3: During the semester I teach at a university, 1 day per week. During that extremely busy day, I have a very specific walking pattern from building to building, which is repeated exactly in the same way for each Monday. For consecutive weeks I noticed that Fitbit produced very consistent distance and step results for different Mondays.
*Sleep Tracker Accuracy:
- I use the device with an Android phone (Pixel 3) and my Fitbit does not have a heart rate monitor.
- One needs to set the expectations from this device correctly. The device tries to guess whether you are asleep or not, based on your arm movements.
- For example, if you wake up but watch TV in the bed, or go to the toilet, or read a book (or any other activities without body movement) the device can not understand that you woke up. So if you want it to be precise in these cases, open the Fitbit app in your phone.
- Other than this, I found the sleep tracker to be surprisingly good. I have problems with sleep, and I saw that the phone shows that I could not sleep during specific time intervals, during which I exactly knew that I could not sleep.
*Ease of Use & Comfort
- Another topic that I could not understand the existence of negative reviews.
- This may be the easiest electronic device I have ever used. It has 1, yes, 1 button that does everything. And the touch screen works perfectly.
- Charging is extremely simple and fast. I put the device to charge when I go to the shower, and in 15 minutes it gets around +40% of charge.
- The device is very light and after getting used to it you do not feel it.
- The strap is not uncomfortable, but I constantly feel like it is not secure enough. It feels like the device can fall from your wrist without you even feel.
- I am very, very happy about this purchase at this price level. It exceeded my expectations significantly.
- The important thing is to set the expectations correctly. It does not do magic, it just makes estimations based on some algorithms. It is not fair to compare a £39 device with +£150 ones.