Though initially the Inspire and Inspire HR were only available to Fitbit’s corporate and health partners, the company has now made them available to all. The two new devices were announced alongside the new Fitbit Versa Lite and Fitbit Ace 2.
The Inspire is available for 8,000 INR and the Inspire HR is priced at 10,000 INR, making both models the cheapest of Fitbit’s trackers. The features of the models include a touchscreen display, swim-proof design, sleep and activity tracking, notification support and around five days of battery life. The Inspire HR also includes a heart rate monitor for sleep and activity monitoring. GPS is not part of the feature mix, but users can tether from their phone through Fitbit’s Connected GPS. The Inspire HR will be available in a black, lilac or white/black casing, with bands available in silicone, leather, stainless steel or a double-wrap.
The regular Inspire is only available in black or sangria casing. You can also turn the tracker from a wristband into a clip, with the help of an accessory. According to Fitbit, the new wares will be available from mid-March.