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Fitbit Inspire HR

"Fitbit's Inspire HR is an entry-level fitness tracker that covers the basics of health and fitness tracking, but is otherwise underwhelming."
As posted by tomsguide.com

Pros

  • Premium design
  • Lots of tracked metrics
  • Strong battery life
  • Smartphone notifications
  • Lightweight, slim fit
  • Water-resistant to 50m
  • Comfortable strap

Cons

  • Small display
  • No onboard GPS

Overall Rating

83.8%
The overall rating was calculated based on 57302 customer and expert reviews from 34 review sites and 8 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Smartwatches:
  • 89.5%
    Design
  • 92.9%
    Comfort
  • 92.9%
    Fitness tracking
  • 83.0%
    Display
  • 83.8%
    Controls
  • 83.8%
    Connectivity
  • 92.3%
    Sleep Tracking
  • 84.4%
    Battery Life

Expert Reviews Rating

Excellent
6
Good
19
Fair
0
Poor
0
Bad
0

Customer reviews by store

Price Comparison

  • FitBit Inspire HR Fitness Tracker - Lilac

    EBAY.COM
    956 reviews
    $59.00
  • Fitbit Inspire HR Fitness Tracker - Black (FB413BKBK)

    EBAY.COM
    956 reviews
    $77.75
  • Fitbit - Inspire HR Activity Tracker + Heart Rate - Black

    BESTBUY.COM
    815 reviews
    $79.95
  • Fitbit - Inspire HR Activity Tracker + Heart Rate - Black

    BESTBUY.COM
    815 reviews
    $79.95
  • Fitbit Inspire HR Activity Tracker - Black

    EBAY.COM
    956 reviews
    $92.00
  • Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, One Size (S and L Bands Included), 1 Count

    AMAZON.COM
    8,318 reviews
    $97.00
  • Fitbit Inspire HR

    WALMART.COM
    1,615 reviews
    $119.99
  • Fitbit Inspire HR

    WALMART.COM
    1,615 reviews
    $119.99
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Expert Reviews

The lightweight Fitbit Inspire HR offers plenty of features for relatively little outlay.

Read more on techradar.com

Pros

  • Premium design
  • Lots of tracked metrics
  • Strong battery life

Cons

  • No Fitbit Pay
  • Screen can be unresponsive
  • Large bezel

Fitbit's Inspire HR is an entry-level fitness tracker that covers the basics of health and fitness tracking, but is otherwise underwhelming.

Read more on tomsguide.com

Pros

  • Slim, lightweight design
  • Accurate sleep-tracking
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Small display
  • No automatic run-pausing

The newest Fitbit doesn’t push any bar forward, but it’s one most people will enjoy

Read more on theverge.com

Pros

  • Lightweight and discreet
  • Solid five-day battery life
  • Useful perks like swim-proofing and guided breathing

Cons

  • Tiny screen might not suit everyone
  • Notifications leave lots to be desired

The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

Read more on pcmag.com

Pros

  • Lightweight, stylish design.
  • Accurate fitness tracking.
  • Smartphone notifications.
  • Lots of functionality for the price.

Cons

  • Small display.
  • Thick bezel.

Fitbit’s simple activity tracker delivers the basics at an attractive price—but not much more.

Read more on wired.com

Fitbit Inspire HR: Fitbit’s follow-up to the Alta HR is a damned fine fitness band

Read more on expertreviews.co.uk

Pros

  • Competitively priced
  • Stylish
  • Legendary Fitbit app and community

Cons

  • Sometimes fiddly
  • Not brilliant for mid-run stats

The Fitbit Inspire HR delivers an outstanding value in a fitness tracker, providing all the features you need including solid step tracking, detailed sleep tracking, and reliable heart rate monitoring. The affordable price makes its easy to recommend the Inspire HR for anyone looking to make the jump into the world of fitness tracking.

Read more on digitaltrends.com

Pros

  • Lightweight, slim fit
  • Simple feature set is easy to use
  • Stellar sleep tracking
  • Affordable price

Cons

  • No onboard GPS
  • Short battery life

The Fitbit Inspire HR offers a decent set of fitness features at an affordable price - and its heart monitor takes things to the next level. We review its design, specs and value for money

Read more on techadvisor.com

Fitbit Inspire HR review: The new Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are here as the company's affordable fitness trackers for 2019.

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Pros

  • Water-resistant to 50m
  • Touchscreen display
  • Sharp and easy to read display
  • More usable smartphone notifications
  • Comfortable strap

Cons

  • No altimeter
  • Only basic swim tracking
  • Limited number of custom watch faces
  • Big bezel around the screen feels like wasted space

If you want the most bang for your buck without sacrificing too much performance, the Inspire HR by Fitbit is a fantastic choice. This relatively low-cost tracker holds its own with significantly more expensive models, earning it the Best Buy Award. It has an impressive set of fitness tracking abilities, a great display, and is one of the more convenient and easy to use wearables that we have seen. It doesn't have the most impressive set of health monitoring abilities and could be a bit more comfortable, but it is quite impressive considering its cost.

Read more on techgearlab.com

Fitbit's new Inspire series is ultra-portable, super simple, and extremely enticing.

Read more on androidcentral.com

Pros

  • Tiny form factor that's comfortable to wear 24 7
  • Heart rate and sleep tracking
  • Excellent 5 day battery life
  • Attractive design with easy to change bands
  • Fully waterproof and swimproof

Cons

  • No additional app support beyond what's on tracker
  • Vertical screen is tiny and narrow
  • No Fitbit Pay
  • Notifications are real time only, no archive

We tested the Fitbit Inspire HR, a low-profile fitness tracker that incorporates continual sleep and heart rate monitoring to effortlessly assess your progress.

Read more on lifewire.com

Pros

  • Fitbit app integration
  • Comfortable and low profile
  • Great for sleep monitoring

Cons

  • Tiny screen
  • Limited GPS capabilities

Despite what wearables makers would have you think, it’s not just all smartwatches. There’s still a place for the humble fitness tracker. For starters, they’re much cheaper than smartwatches, provide accurate fitness tracking, have better battery life, and are perfectly adequate at delivering push notifications. This…

Read more on gizmodo.com

Pros

  • Accurate tracking at an affordable price

Cons

Amazon is offering the popular Fitbit Inspire HR fitness band at a $30 discount. Now’s your chance to grab the heart-tracking, sleep-monitoring accessory for $70 in black, white, or lilac color configurations.

Read more on reviewgeek.com

Fitness bands make sense for people who are really motivated, otherwise those notifications to complete a certain number of steps or get up from your desk to take a walk around every hour will most likely be ignored.

Read more on indianexpress.com

The Fitbit Inspire HR may be an entry-level fitness tracker, but it still has plenty of features to explore. Here are some of the best Fitbit Inspire HR tips.

Read more on digitaltrends.com

Fitbit's latest fitness trackers, the Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR, take all the features from its entire line of trackers and merge them into a single, simple platform.

Read more on androidauthority.com

The Fitbit Versa is one of the most popular fitness trackers available today and with the Versa Lite Fitbit provides much of the same experience for $40 less. The Inspire devices provide essential fitness and sleep tracking in a sleek form factor.

Read more on zdnet.com

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