- Earn Active Zone Minutes: As you progress toward your weekly 150-minutes of heart-pumping activity and use 20-plus exercise modes to track goals like distance, calories burned, and more. The operating temperature is 14 to 113F.
- Track All-day Activity: Track your steps, distance, hourly activity, and calories burned.
- Use 24x7 heart rate to track resting heart rate and to better measure calories burned.
- Enjoy 10 days of battery life for daily progress without constant charging. Varies with use and other factors. Track your time in light, deep, and REM sleep, then get a Sleep Score to better understand your sleep quality each night.
I decided to get this after my Alta HR finally died. I was happy with the functionality of the Alta, but this model has greatly improved my motivation when it comes to getting my workouts and steps in. I also think it looks nicer and I don't mind the slightly larger size. I don't have any issues with the touch buttons on the sides, probably because my wrists are so small and I wear my Fitbit further away from my wrist. My Alta would sometimes slide around so I'd have to move it higher up when I worked out, but this Fitbit stays put and I never have to adjust the band. I really couldn't be happier with my purchase especially with the Black Friday deal!
I was worried about all the reviews that mentioned endless vibrations, but so far no issues. I didnt realize I had my notifications like texts and calls turned off, so the only time it vibrated in the first few days of wearing it was when I hit 10k steps. I'd suggest reading up on how to set the correct settings for your goals and notifications before saying all it does is vibrate. Using the app to learn how to use the fitbit is also a breeze. It's stylish and comfortable, even to wear to sleep. It definitely motivates me to get moving and the app is great for tracking your progress and customization. Was easy to set up and sync with my phone as well. Overall, I'm impressed and very happy with my purchase.
Bought to replace a Fitbit Alta which had a battery that lasted less than 8 hours and had to be recharged continually. So far 5 days and the charge is still 71%. Has better functionality than the Alta and is easy to read. The aftermarket band, a metal magnetic clasp band, was easy to install and looks great. Reliable so far.
Hi there! I bought this for my wife. She has a small wrist and she has loved it. She told me it comes with two wrist straps and she is using the small one which fits perfectly. Dimensions are like this: strap width is 1.7 cm. Watch is slightly smaller in width than strap (around 1.5 cm) and length is around 3.7cm and a height of 1.2cm. Measurements not official but fairly approximated as they were taking quickly.If you are ok with the watch specs then this is the one for you! keep in mind that it is an entry-level watch but for my wife has worked better than I expected. Now she's more active in sports than I am! the only thing is that it doesn't have a built-in GPS but you can couple your mobile phone and watch to do that. On the other hand, I guess the lack of a GPS make its battery perform for 10days without charging.All the best!
This Fitbit Inspire 2 has actually inspired me to do my 10, 000 steps a day, and it's fun seeing your progress and active minutes in tangible, measurable data. It's also the most comfortable band I've ever worn- very soft, and even though it's all plastic, it's solid, high quality plastic. Band fits securely even on my skinny wrists. The app is OK; could be more intuitive, but you get used to it. It's nice being able to see my resting heart rate go down with regular exercise, and the menstrual cycle tracker is useful too- has accurately warned me a couple days before I start my period. Battery life is EXCELLENT; much better than my old Charge 2. Lasts 7-10 days easily if you don't work out every single day. It actually IS water and sweat resistant as it claims, doesn't get as sticky or uncomfortable as some other smart watches or fitness trackers.There are a couple of things I don't like: the charger is proprietary, which means one more adapter and cable to pack instead of the widely used USB Type C. Also the squeeze to toggle modes function often activates when I bend my wrist backwards. I imagine this would be a dealbreaker if I did a lot of yoga, but even if you're playing racquet sports and wearing this on your non dominant hand, this shouldn't be an issue.Apart from that, I really can't think of any downsides. Would recommend for people who want to maintain or build a good level of fitness and don't want to charge their device too often.