Make healthy a habit with Fitbit Inspire 2 and a 1-year Fitbit Premium membership for new Fitbit Premium users.* This easy-to-use fitness tracker packs 24/7 heart rate, Active Zone Minutes, activity and sleep tracking, up to 10 days of battery and more--paired with step-by-step fitness & nutrition programs, personalized insights, and sleep tools from Premium, you have all you need for a healthier you. (Free trial may only be activated with device activation. Valid payment method required. Free trial must be activated within 60 days of device activation. Cancel before free trial ends to avoid subscription fees. New Premium users only. Content and features may vary by language and are subject to change. Battery life varies with use and other factors.)
1-Year Fitbit Premium Membership
Your Inspire 2 tracker unlocks a 1-year Fitbit Premium membership for new Fitbit Premium users complete with step-by-step fitness and nutrition programs, personalized insights and motivation, sleep tools and more.1
Daily Readiness Score
Optimize your workout routine with a score that reveals if you're ready to exercise or should focus on recovery. You'll get a personalized activity goal for the day, plus recommended workouts or recovery sessions based on your score.2
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.
Irregular Heart Rhythm
Get notified if you show potential signs of atrial fibrillation (AFib) while you're still or sleeping.3
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.
1 New Fitbit Premium members only. Must activate trial within 60 days of device activation. Requires valid payment method. Cancel before end of trial to avoid recurring fees. Content and features may change. Terms and conditions apply.
2 Daily Readiness requires a Fitbit Premium membership. Premium content recommendations are not available in all locales and may be in English only.
3 Irregular heart rhythm nofitications are only available in select countries and with select Fitbit products; not intended for use by people under 22 years old with known atrial fibrillation.
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Pretty good deal
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
Bought this because my Charge 2 display broke after 4 years of continuous use. The Inspire 2 is a smaller display and, depending on the templates you download on the app, can have more details showing on the home screen. There are a few things that I would complain about but are not major issues: first, there are 2 touch sensitive nodes on the sides that seem to go off when my wrists are bent back and this happens very often which makes me think the notifications have gone off; the second is that I can’t adjust the vibration intensity on the watch so I miss phone calls and messages a lots (I keep my phone on silent for work purposes and my Charge 2 used to display if someone calls or messages me with the right amount of subtlety).
This is still a great buy for me (~$60 + tax) as it is ultimately for fitness tracking. All the features for heart rate, steps, and (this one shows) activity time are what you’re really looking for when you’re buying a watch like this. Ultimately, it’s lightweight, compact, and doesn’t use up excessive power like other smartwatches. It also charges fast (~20-30 minutes for a full charge) and it takes about 4-5 days to run out of power (2 days for smartwatches). I would definitely recommend for someone to buy it for fitness purposes.
When I first bought the Fitbit Inspire I was shocked of how small it came, which works for me don’t have to worry about something being bulky on my wrist all day. It’s comfortable to wear, sometimes forget it’s on my wrist. This purchase I’m glad I made, I had the choice between another Apple Watch or a Fitbit. I love my Apple Watch but some of the futures the Fitbit offers I love, even though my Apple Watch will be something I love dearly. But Fitbit came and changed the game for me, I can wear it at night and it’s not in the way. I don’t have to worry about the battery life too much, I still be able to see my messages, along with calls. Even though I’m losing a lot of futures that I get my from my Fitbit, it’s fine because just see the little notifications motivating me to do more step is something I enjoy the most. And the main reason of getting the Fitbit was to track my steps through the day, even with a job that doesn’t allow us to wear smart watches.
I have been using this fitbit a little over a month now. I previously had the Inspire HR. I like that it tells me what heart rate zone that I'm in when working out, the HR didn't have that feature. The band is bigger than the HR so I am getting accustomed to that. I wish it was still a little smaller for my small wrist. It was easy to setup. The charging band is different from the HR also. Overall, it's a great upgrade from the previous one.
Inspire 2 is a simple heart rate tracker. It works well but frequently bumps against my wrist and switches to water lock mode. I just clear it back to the time/date watch face. The Zagg screen protector is easy to apply.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
I love this fitbit really great for an amazing price
I purchased the Fitbit Inspire to replace my Fitbit Ultra I had for years. Setup was easy & it’s also easy to read. The actual tracker is a little larger than the Ultra but that info was listed in the details. I’ve been pleased with my purchase. Fitbit doesn’t disappoint.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about comfort, battery, price and design. Editors are less positive about reliability and have mixed opinions about performance. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 83/100 = Very good quality.
TechRadarRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Joseph Delves on March 11, 2021
Fitbit Inspire 2 reviewThe Fitbit Inspire 2 impresses with its simplicity, long battery life, and accurate health tracking tools, all with a reasonable price tag.
Pocket-lintRating, 4 out of 54.0Michael Sawh on February 23, 2021
Fitbit Inspire 2 review: Still inspiring for fitness goals?The second-gen band replaces the Inspire HR, delivering a brighter screen and otherwise much the same features. Is it the affordable tracker to own?
A:AnswerI used mine in my pocket and found it to be pretty accurate! I also fastened it as tight as it would go on the front part of my shoe lace closest to my toes and it didn’t flop around on a walk. I can’t wear mine on my wrist!
A:AnswerI was worried to make the purchase because I thought the wristband would be too big. Much to my surprise when I opened the box there were two wristbands. The smaller one not only fits me but it fits my husband as well so I am sure the larger one you would have no problem with.