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Fitbit Inspire is a fitness tracker for every day that helps you build healthy habits. This encouraging companion motivates you to reach your weight and fitness goals and even enjoy the journey with calorie burn tracking, goal celebrations, sleep tracking & guidance, Reminders to Move and up to 5 day... Read more

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Fitbit Inspire is a fitness tracker for every day that helps you build healthy habits. This encouraging companion motivates you to reach your weight and fitness goals and even enjoy the journey with calorie burn tracking, goal celebrations, sleep tracking & guidance, Reminders to Move and up to 5 day battery life.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
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    P.T.
    All round good bit of kit

    Really enjoying my fitbit. Does what it says it should do. Tracks my heart rate, sleep and steps accurately. Only issue I've had is a fitness class wasn't tracked brilliantly, I hadn't realised you could set aerobic exercises on track (through the app and changing the exercise settings). Hopefully that will sort my issue out. It also tracked my bodypump class well via the weights setting and successfully informed me I burnt 560 calories, exactly what the class is designed to do.

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    M.J.M.
    Simple and nice watch which is great on a budget, but misses some basic features

    A sleek and nice watch which caters to everyone interested in fitness. The design is simple and clean - it looks like a band you would get at a holiday resort or concert. This simple appearance means that it is very light and non-restrictive when excercising, sometimes I forget I'm wearing it!

    The watch has time features which shows the current time (obviously), has a stopwatch and even an alarm feature. But where this watch shines is in the step and calorie counters.

    The step counter is good, but it sometimes seems to overestimate the steps you do. The average step tracker you have on your mobile phone appears to be more accurate.

    However, the burnt calories calculator is great. It takes into account your steps and excercise and tells you the amount you have burned a day. It seems to be accurate as when looking at TDEE calculator's online it comes to the same estimate. So this is useful for anyone wanting to watch their calories for losing or gaining weight.

    The watch has to be connected to the Fitbit app which is quite slow with information that can sometimes be difficult to find. However, you can connect it to MyFitnessPal to add your steps to MFP.

    The watch seems to have a built in gyroscope so when you hold your wrist up to look at the time, it automatically turns on. This setting can be turned off, I turn it off at night when the watch sometimes lights up when I'm trying to sleep.

    One feature of this watch is that it is waterproof, so you can wear it in the shower and when swimming, though I do not believe it records strokes. This is useful as you can wear it in the shower instead of taking if off every time and forgetting to wear it for weeks.

    The watch, unlike other fitbits, does not have a heartbeat sensor, and the sleep sensor seems to be nonexistent.

    So, if you are looking for a basic fitbit, then this is great. But if you are looking for the features it is missing then either buy the next model up, or wait till this goes on offer to make the price worth it for the basic missing features that most smart watches should have!

    But overall, this is a great watch for what is does and have.

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    m.
    Perfect for the job

    This was bought for a present two weeks ago, but so far the user is very happy with it. Both the Fitbit and the phone app are very easy to use, but also provide enough information to make it interesting and motivating. We purchased the clip holder to put this in as the wearer is a nurse and can’t have wrist straps, which works perfectly, it still counts steps correctly along with all the other tracking data. All-in-all, we are very happy with this, even the price, which to my mind is very good considering what we have gotten for our money - a newly motivated walker / jogger getting fit again.

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    M.S.
    Not too big and simple to use

    My first Fitbit. I bought it mostly to monitor my heart rate, but I've become mildly obsessed with my sleep cycles and being more active, the latter of which is no bad thing.

    It's easy to use and syncs well with the app. I've added a water widget to my home screen. I've also deleted two other apps inused to track water intake and my menstrual cycle because this does both. I like that.

    I didn't like the rubber strap because it looked massive on my wrist so have bought a third party fabric strap which I love.

    It charges much more quickly than I thought it would. The exercise animations are very cute. It's good at working out some things and not others...it thinks I'm off road biking when I'm pushing the buggy 😂

    Anyhoo, I like it and what it does. It's not too big for my wrist, is comfortable and has easily replaced my wrist watch of fifteen years.

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    l.h.
    Not as versatile as older Alta model but longer batt life

    This was bought to replace an Alta HR that unaccountably died. I wear my fitness tracker on my right wrist because I have a nice watch on my left. However on the Inspire there is a button on the left side that when worn on the right wrist is too susceptible to accidental presses when you lift your right hand. (EDIT: In the months I have owned the Inspire, this has never once happened.) The simple answer would be to rotate the device and flip the display. This is possible on the Alta but not on the Inspire, though Fitbit have been asked for the feature several times by other users. If it's possible on the older device why not on this one?Also the listing suggests the battery life is up to seven days, like the Alta, but the manual talks about five days, which is a PITA. EDIT: After 3 months of use, last Friday I put it on to charge after a week. The battery showed 37% remaining. That's far more longevity than my previous Fitbit.Very happy so far.

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    L.a.
    Nice and neat for the not too serious gymist

    It’s my first purchase of a no Apple device. I have a first generation Apple Watch that is several years old now and isn’t waterproof. However, this new Fitbit works reasonably well but it doesn’t include indoor rowing in its menu. It has a self recognising function and congratulates me on my swim when I do a 30 minute row, not very helpful.
    It is waterproof up to a point but on asking the Fitbit help desk they do not recommend wearing it in a hot tub or steam room which sort of defeats the object a bit. I purchased it with the intention of wearing it all the time in the gym no matter what I was doing.
    The screen is quite small but that was my preference, I didn’t want a bulky watch. It’s comfortable and does last about five days before it needs a recharge.
    It does send me messages and news flashes etc.
    I cannot really comment on its accuracy but I don’t have a reason to doubt the info. I’m not a serious gymist type of person and this does provide me with most of the information I was expecting apart from the rowing, should be a simple software upgrade.
    If you are a serious trainer it’s probably not for you but if you are like me a twice a week gym goer who likes to check basic info it will be fine.
    It sort of links to my Lifesum diet monitoring app which is useful.

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    K.L.
    Inspiring gadget

    I had my Fitbit alta for almost 3 years and loved using it. I wore it night and day and loved setting myself challenges each day to make sure I reached my goals. I also made friends with other Fitbit users and take part in challenges with them. I don't use this as a weight loss tool and do realise that it is not going to be accurate but it is a useful guide to help you gain some fitness. For the last 3 months my alta had a bit of a charging problem so I decided to invest in the new inspire and also splash out £20 more and buy the HR version.

    I've been using it for 6 days and I am loving it. As my alta was the basic model, I am enjoying the extra features. I can actually see that I need to do 200 steps at 10.30 to complete the 250 steps in an hour which I love. I know it's a small thing to some but it makes me happy. The heart rate feature is great; again just a guide but when something tells you how good yours is for your age you can't help feeling smug. I'm also totally hooked on the sleep guide too.

    I have been trying the fitness features out with strava link as well. There is a slight difference but nothing major. The Fitbit steps were slightly lower. I am still playing with this feature so it is work on progress but I do like this addition.

    Anyway as you can tell I do have an addiction to my Fitbit. There are a few niggles which means it only gets a 4 star.

    I didn't get a dongle in my box. I had one with my alta so used that. I thought that it was something that Fitbit had decided not to give which was odd but reading other reviews, I think mine was missing. Another thing that I would have liked in the box (maybe this was missing before I complain too much) would have been a quick set up procedure on paper form or on the box.

    My biggest disappointment, which I did know anyway, is the fact that the app doesn't work on my Huawei phone. Fitbit say it is a Bluetooth issue but whilst I'm not hot on technology, why don't I have other issues with the Bluetooth with other apps I use with the phone. I do have other devices that I have downloaded the app on so I've decided to let this go. Not enough though to give my new Fitbit a 5 star rating!

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    k.l.
    Looks good! Feels good!

    Love my new FitBit! I previously owned the FitBit Charge HR (old school!) but fancied an update - particularly so I could change the straps as I wasn’t always great at wearing my old FitBit because it felt chunky and didn’t always look ‘pretty’ when going ‘out out’.

    This is perfect for both the gym and going out :)
    It’s really easy to set up and change the straps.
    I find the app dead good as I can do against my friends and family in fitness challenges which is really motivating.
    It’s comfortable to wear and is really useful for little things like showing my text notifications. It works with Facebook messenger and WhatsApp as well which is great and a new improvement :)

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    k.
    Improved feature set but not without its (minor) problems.

    On the whole, this is a great improvement on my last fitbits (Alta HR and Flex 2; I'd wear the Alta most of the time and the Flex for swimming).

    I no longer need to use the Flex 2 because the Inspire is waterproof so I can use it to track my swim. However there are annoyances there:
    * It never counts the last length, so the number of lengths is always out by one. Which means the distance is also out by 25 or 50 meters depending on the pool size.
    * When it's wet the screen doesn't register touch very well.

    I have yet to find a workaround or solution for the issue of it not registering the last length. However for the wet screen problem, I set it all up to track my swim before I get in the pool. Then all I have to do is keep trying to get it to register my tap to start the swim session. It would be nice to be able to pause the session for more accurate statistics when I take a break during the swim, but I usually only pause for a slug of water, so it's really not worth the trouble. Of course I could let it auto track my swim (and that works well, last length problem not withstanding), but then I wouldn't get the full stats.

    Another feature I like is that for cycling (and probably also running and walking, but I haven't tried) it can track your route (as well as the usual stats). The Inspire doesn't have GPS built in, but it can connect to the GPS on your phone for route tracking. Again it's not without its niggles, though. I find I have to switch off WiFi on my phone (Samsung S9) before the Inspire is able to connect to the GPS, and it can take a while to connect even then.

    The text on screen is far brighter and easier to read than was my Alta HR. In fact the reason I upgraded was that I found in sunny conditions I couldn't read the Alta's screen at all. However the Inspire's screen is reasonably small and sometimes there is so much on screen that the writing has to be tiny to fit it in and consequently can be difficult to read (although younger eyes might not struggle so much; I'm 47)

    I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this fitbit to a friend, but I would want to warn them about the niggles.

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    k.h.
    Happy with mine, does what it's meant to do and pretty well.

    There appear to be lots of negative reviews here but I'm not sure why, maybe people had unrealistically high expectations or they don't fully understand the limitations of the technology. For example a device on your wrist cannot literally know if you're sleeping or just resting but awake, even the significantly more pricey Apple watch can't do that. Likewise it slightly overestimates with your steps but steps are not the only thing you should be focused on, the heart rate monitoring version improves activity accuracy significantly in this regard.

    Having had mine for almost a week now I'm very happy with it. The app is very good and the features on the Fitbit itself work well, although I've not needed to use auto sport detection yet. Heart rate monitoring appears to be accurate and most settings can be configured and fine tuned to make tracking even more accurate.

    I'm not particularly impressed with the strap, it's just not so comfortable I never notice it. But on the other hand it's not dreadful.

    For the price (HR version) this is an absolute bargain, I used to have an Apple watch but found I never used enough of the features. This Fitbit is a perfect balance of features and cost.

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