Fitbit quietly released a new activity and sleep tracker wearable device according to USA Today. The new device is restricted to the employer’s signup, this means end users cannot directly buy unless and until it is provided by your office.
The new device is called as Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR. The wearable fitness device is designed with an aim to improve health standards in offices. Fitbit has not done any kind of advertisement to market the product before launch, there are chances it’s still in experimental mode.
The special-release trackers are exclusive to Fitbit Corporate, Wellness, Health Plan, Health System Partners, and Customers of their organizations, participants and members – Fitbit.
Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are exclusively available through Fitbit Health Solutions. Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are fitness trackers designed to promote a healthy lifestyle in a corporate environment.
Fitbit Inspire Features:
- Activity and sleep tracking
- Calories Burned
- Reminders to Move
- Goal celebrations
- Call, text & calendar alerts
- Intuitive touchscreen
- Up to 5 days of battery life
- Clip accessory – sold separately
Fitbit Inspire Additional Features:
- 24/7 heart rate tracking + real-time heart rate zones
- Sleep stages (light, deep, & REM)
- 15+ goal-based exercise modes
- Real-time pace & distance with phone GPS
- Cardio Fitness Level
- Comfortable, silicone band
Price of devices is not revealed, the wearables are exclusively available through Fitbit Health Solutions which indicates there will be additional services attached to it. The news source also points out that the devices could be the cheapest fitness tracker by Fitbit.
Source: USA Today