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Your Inspire 2 tracker unlocks a free 1-year trial for new Fitbit Premium users complete with step-by-step fitness and nutrition programs, personalized insights and motivation, sleep tools and more.*
24/7 Heart Rate
24/7 heart rate helps you maximize your exercise sessions, see heart rate zones, track sleep stages and better estimate calorie burn.
Active Zone Minutes
Earn Active Zone Minutes whenever you reach your target heart rate zones, and track if you're getting the recommended 150 minutes of heart-pumping activity each week.
Up to 10 days of battery
With a battery life up to 10 days, Fitbit Inspire 2 keeps the inspiration coming day and night without having to stop for a charge. Varies with use and other factors.
See how much light, deep and REM sleep you get, and get tips in the app that can help improve sleep quality.
Terrible compared to the Alta HR--very poor design
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Ease of Use
1 out of 5
Problems with Inspire 2:
1. No clock face is available with HEART RATE big enough to read easily.
2. As per my comments in the Fitbit community, I want to choose the screens I see and do not see on my fitbit. And to choose the order in which I see them. Like my old Alta HR. Inspire 2 does not let you do this.
3. Swimming, the Inspire 2 does not count laps correctly. Even if I change the distance in yards, it does not change the number of lengths or allow me to edit them, so the swim does not compute correctly.
4. Swimming, I want to know my heart rate. Can I turn my wrist to see it? No.
5. The app is currently not working correctly for manually adding swim distance (see photo). This is not unique to the inspire 2, just another example of fitbit not keeping up with product support.
In summary there are a lot of problems going on here.
I am returning my fitbit inspire 2
This is my first fitness “watch”. I am very pleased with it so far. Took less than 4 minutes to set up. It communicates with my
iPhone via Bluetooth to sync data with My Fitness Pal app.
I wanted something to keep track of my steps and monitor my pulse/heart rate. It does that and more. It tracks my sleep cycles each night which is an added bonus for only $99.
I love to see how I slept overnight and it answers a lot of questions I had about why I felt so sleepy during the day. I love the way it motivates me to walk and move. I love having water intake, calorie burn and that it shows me what my resting heartbeat is and what it is when I'm doing cardio. It has many other functions that I'm looking forward to trying out. I love the 10 day battery life it has and I find if I just plug it in to charge while I'm getting ready for bed at night, I can put it right back on before bed and I never worry about battery life. The only negative is the rubbery watch band, but I'm looking to switch this soon, and that's just personal preference. I love this watch!
Great fitness tracker if you dont already have one
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
5 out of 5
4 out of 5
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
My SO has the inspire hr and the battery life is double on this one, it looks a little more sleeker as well, other then that its exactly the same. So If you just want a good fitness tracker and don't already have the inspire hr I would say its worth it. Especially so if you don't want any of the extra smartwatch features and just want a plain fitness tracker.
The product is fine. I just hate when companies keep changing things. The Ultra HR was great and easy to read. Tap and go. This one, they changed it to squeeze for this, roll up for that, down for another thing. Heart rate and steps don't have their own screen. They are very tiny under the time. I got this for my mom when her Ultra HR died. She has a heart condition and it was a great way for her to monitor her heart, track her steps and the alarm was a great reminder about her pills. It's taking her some time to learn the new motions on this one.
I don’t like it nearly as much as my previous model but just so happened my Fitbit died right as this model came out. It has side touch now and each time I flex my wrist back it buzzes. I can’t tell when the step reminder is going off because it’s always going off so I ignore it. That’s my biggest peeve at this point. Its new so I’m still learning this Fitbit, however I wouldn’t mind having my previous Fitbit back.
The Inspire 2 is great and works like it is supposed to. Three stars because the band is nasty. It collects stuff like a black dress collects pet hairs. The band is always dirty and down right gross. It is impossible to keep the band clean.
A:AnswerThere is a child's version that is about the same except the band is smaller. This one does not fit snugly on my wife's wrist and would be pretty loose on a smaller wrist. The child's version is less expensive.
A:AnswerOur Fitbit synchronizes with my Samsung S7 after downloading the Fitbit App. I would think it would work with the Samsung tablet. If your phone is new enough to download Apps, it will likely work with your phone, but you probably don't want to use both the tablet and the phone. Once the Fitbit is set up, it will work by itself unless you want to keep history or make changes to the watch.