Fitbit has updated its array of smartwatches and fitness trackers with the official announcement of the Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3. These Fitbit products, like all others in the Fitbit line, are aimed at assisting users in maintaining and improving their health.
But being a stickler for detail, Fitbit worked to improve the comfort of its most recent wearables. You see, Fitbit wants you to constantly wear its trackers and gadgets. And there’s a good reason behind it. They will serve you better the more often you wear them. assisting you in maintaining your fitness objectives. But if they are uncomfortable to wear, you won’t likely wear them frequently.
Fitbit has addressed this issue by making the Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 lighter and thinner so you can wear them comfortably. Other minor design changes are also included. For instance, both watches include a tactile button on the side. The capacitive button was present on the Sense and Versa 3 predecessors, in contrast.
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Stress plays a significant role in a declining standard of living. And in other circumstances, it may even make your health worse. The way Fitbit plans to do that is by letting you monitor your stress throughout the day, every day. or at the very least each day that you wear the watch.
That’s where the new cEDA sensor from the Sense 2 comes in. The continuous electrodermal activity sensor is made to monitor your level of stress throughout the day. In order to exercise more mindfully, sleep better, or just have a healthier day overall, you should aim to control it better and keep those levels low.
Advertisement You can receive warnings from Fitbit’s Body Response sensor when you need to reduce your stress. then offer you advice on how to go about doing that. such as mindfulness exercises, guided breathing, and mood logging. With the Calm app, which comes with a membership as part of a Fitbit Premium subscription, such activities may be even better.
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Fitbit is improving in more areas than just the physical hardware. Additionally, it is increasing the number of workout modes that its most recent wearables will track. With the addition of HIIT, dance, and weightlifting tracking features, there will be a total of 40 training modes available on both watches. Meanwhile, there will be a total of 20 workout options on the Inspire 3.
Advertisement The Versa 4 and Sense 2 both have battery life of up to six days, while the Versa 3 has a battery life of up to ten days. On September 23, Fitbit will begin selling the Sense 2 and Versa 4 for $299.95 and $229.95, respectively. On September 15, the Inspire 3 will go on sale for $99.95. Today, pre-orders are being accepted for all three smartphones.