Fitbit Inspire HR review

7.9/10 AVG.
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  • Fitbit Inspire HR

Specs / Features


Tech Spec
Display Type OLED
Battery Life Up to 5 days
Compatibility Android, iOS, Windows 10 devices
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date 22-March-2019
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Expert Reviews

Fitbit's best value tracker ever

from Expert Reviews

If all you’re after is a smart fitness band to track your steps, sleep and general fitness level, the Fitbit Inspire HR is an easy recommendation. It looks good and is competitively priced. Yes, there are cheaper bands out there, but they don’t have the brilliant app and community.

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If all you’re after is a smart fitness band to track your steps, sleep and general fitness level, the Fitbit Inspire HR is an easy recommendation. It looks good and is competitively priced. Yes, there are cheaper bands out there, but they don’t have the brilliant app and community.

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The Wirecutter

Streamlined but fully functional

from The Wirecutter

This is a solid entry-level tracker with a sleek look and an easy-to-navigate experience overall. Compared with the Fitbit Charge 3, it has a smaller screen, can’t track altitude (no floors climbed), and has a slightly shorter battery life.

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This is a solid entry-level tracker with a sleek look and an easy-to-navigate experience overall. Compared with the Fitbit Charge 3, it has a smaller screen, can’t track altitude (no floors climbed), and has a slightly shorter battery life.

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BGR

Basics done right

from BGR

There are way too many fitness trackers available today in India. Most of these won’t even burn a hole in your pockets. Then there’s also a case of affordable smartwatches entering the market that offer much more. In such a scenario, a Rs 8,999 Fitbit Inspire HR seems a tad too expensive in...More

There are way too many fitness trackers available today in India. Most of these won’t even burn a hole in your pockets. Then there’s also a case of affordable smartwatches entering the market that offer much more. In such a scenario, a Rs 8,999 Fitbit Inspire HR seems a tad too expensive in comparison. But for that price what you’re getting is a really well-built wearable that is feature-rich, and capable of accurately tracking your fitness activities.

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TechPP

Inspiring all the budget fitness trackers

from TechPP

 It’s not cheap, especially keeping in mind the competition. However keeping mind all aspects including HR mode, exercise modes including swimming, watch face customizable bands, community support and so on, it is probably the best budget Fitbit Fitness tracker I have used till now which can appeal to many.

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 It’s not cheap, especially keeping in mind the competition. However keeping mind all aspects including HR mode, exercise modes including swimming, watch face customizable bands, community support and so on, it is probably the best budget Fitbit Fitness tracker I have used till now which can appeal to many.

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Ausdroid

Looks pretty good and delivers on what it promises to do

from Ausdroid

If you’re looking for a reasonable quality activity tracker that gives you some good data tracking metrics then this is a huge leap up in functionality without breaking the bank compared to the likes of a Xiaomi MiBand or other budget options.

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If you’re looking for a reasonable quality activity tracker that gives you some good data tracking metrics then this is a huge leap up in functionality without breaking the bank compared to the likes of a Xiaomi MiBand or other budget options.

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Softpedia

Sleek and useful

from Softpedia

Fitbit Inspire Hr does one thing exceptionally well. It sticks to basics, and it doesn’t pretend to do more than advertised. It’s not perfect, and some of the issues can’t be corrected through software patches, but when I draw the line, it all adds up to a positive experience.

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Fitbit Inspire Hr does one thing exceptionally well. It sticks to basics, and it doesn’t pretend to do more than advertised. It’s not perfect, and some of the issues can’t be corrected through software patches, but when I draw the line, it all adds up to a positive experience.

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Macworld

One size, many styles, fit all

from Macworld

If you don’t need the power of a smartwatch, the Inspire HR is a pretty amazing device for something so small. Even at two-thirds of the price, it can do 90 percent of what the Charge 3 can—with the main differences being the lack of an SpO2 sensor and a few extra apps—and it’s small and...More

If you don’t need the power of a smartwatch, the Inspire HR is a pretty amazing device for something so small. Even at two-thirds of the price, it can do 90 percent of what the Charge 3 can—with the main differences being the lack of an SpO2 sensor and a few extra apps—and it’s small and fashionable enough to look great on any sized wrist.

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The Indian Express

Complete fitness package on a budget

from The Indian Express

Fitbit Inspire HR is a great budget option for those looking for a complete fitness tracking package on a budget. It looks stylish, is swim proof, has heart rate and sleep tracking, and supports up to 15 activities. I’d also recommend the device to people who have just started their fitness rou...More

Fitbit Inspire HR is a great budget option for those looking for a complete fitness tracking package on a budget. It looks stylish, is swim proof, has heart rate and sleep tracking, and supports up to 15 activities. I’d also recommend the device to people who have just started their fitness routine and want an affordable smart tracker that does it all.

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Gadgets @ Wearables

A budget friendly option that does the basics well

from Gadgets @ Wearables

The device is a good option for those starting to track their fitness as it covers the basics without overloading you with data. The only sensor that is missing is an altimeter for counting floors, but this will not be a dealbreaker to most.

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The device is a good option for those starting to track their fitness as it covers the basics without overloading you with data. The only sensor that is missing is an altimeter for counting floors, but this will not be a dealbreaker to most.

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TechGearLab

A great option if you are searching for a budget fitness tracker

from TechGearLab

It has an impressive set of fitness tracking abilities, a great display, and is one of the more convenient and easy to use wearables that we have seen. It doesn't have the most impressive set of health monitoring abilities and could be a bit more comfortable, but it is quite impressive considering its cost.

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It has an impressive set of fitness tracking abilities, a great display, and is one of the more convenient and easy to use wearables that we have seen. It doesn't have the most impressive set of health monitoring abilities and could be a bit more comfortable, but it is quite impressive considering its cost.

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