A little after a month since they debuted, the Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 are finally available in India. Off the three, the Inspire 3 is a fitness band while the other two are smartwatches. They still don’t have WearOS 3 but have some improved feature sets that may excite you. Read to know more.
A highlight feature of the Sense 2 is that it can continuously sense your stress thanks to the continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA) sensor. You will be alerted when it thinks you are under high stress and suggest breathing exercises and mindfulness activities.
Speaking of activities, you get up to 40 sports modes. And when you are tired and sleep, the Fitbit Premium sleep profiles present analyses your sleep patterns and assigns a ‘sleep animal’ as your watch face.
The other things you get with are passive heart rhythm monitoring for atrial fibrillation, a new Tiles UI, and turn-by-turn Google Maps navigation support.
It is rated to run up to six days on a single charge, and by charging it for 12 minutes, you could get 1 day of battery life.
Fitbit has priced the Sense 2 at INR 24,999, and also bundles a six-month Premium membership for new and returning customers.
Fitbit notes the Versa 4 comes with over 40 exercise modes, built-in GPS, and Premium features such as Daily Readiness Score. It is said to run for 6 days on battery and costs INR 20,499. Here too, Fitbit offers a six-month Premium membership for new and returning customers.
As mentioned already and as you can see in the image above, the Inspire 3 is a fitness band that is advertised to clock 10 days of battery life, and packs in features like automatic step counting, distance covered, activity zones, heart variability rate, SpO2, skin temperature, sleep stages, and more.