Last Updated on August 20, 2020 by Jude Simeone
Fitbit Inspire HR Full Specifications – The new Inspire HR from award-winning and one the best and most popular brands in the industry, Fitbit, is an adorable smartband. It was released alongside the Inspire, the Versa Lite edition and Ace 2.
The Inspire HR is debuted as the next in line to replace the near faced-out Alta HR and just like the Alta HR, the Inspire HR is packed with really interesting features only that this time it’s a bit more advanced, easy to access and set up, weighs lighter and slightly cheaper. These are just a few features that characterizes the new Inspire HR which is one reason I personally think this would be another massive hit.
In this post we give you the full specs, so you know exactly what you getting with the new fitness smartband and if it’s actually worth the investment.
Fitbit Inspire HR Full Specifications
|Fitbit Inspire HR|
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|Device name||Fitbit Inspire HR|
|Device type||Fitness Smartband|
|Released date||March, 2019|
|Display type||grayscale OLED|
|Display size||~ 1.4 inch|
|Customizable watch face||Yes|
|Casing material||Plastic Resin|
|Screen protection||Hardened Glass|
|Water resistant/Protection||Yes, 5ATM|
|Memory card slot||__|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth v4.0 LE|
|GPS||No, (connected GPS)|
|Heart rate monitoring||Yes|
|Menstrual cycle tracking||Yes|
|Under-water heart rate tracking||No|
|On-screen workout modes||No|
|Preloaded sport modes||Yes, 15+|
|Heart rate monitor (HRM)||Yes|
|Operating system (OS)||Fitbit OS|
|Type of battery||Non-removable lithium polymer|
|Battery life||Mixed usage: up to 5 days|
|Charging type||USB based charging dock|
|Charging time||About 1-2 hours|
|Battery saver mode||No|
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|Companion app||Fitbit App|
|Fitbit Inspire HR|
|Magnetic charging dock|
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Fitbit Inspire HR Features
- Slim Design and Great Display
- Battery Life is Awesome
- It is Swim-proof
- Fitness Tracking
- Notifications – Keeping You Connected
The Inspire HR comes in a stylishly slim and lightweight design. It looks quite very simple, not too complicated or rather way out of the box.
It’s just exactly what a smartband should look like. It’s flexible, you should comfortably wear it all day long without getting uncomfortable. The Inspire HR is housed in a thermoplastic case that adds to its incredible lightweight, while the bands which are interchangeable come in silicone. There are two bands in the box; a larger and smaller one.
The Inspire HR is available in three colors; black all through, lilac and white band/black case. You can choose from these options the color that rocks your boat. The clock face of the Inspire Hr can be changed, from the
Fitbit App dashboard, you should be able to choose from available clock faces allowing you to redefine your style for the next workout session.
I like the design of the bands, it’s the design that ensures that it stays on your wrist. The lock mode design ensures a well-fitted grip, so there is no falling off here.
On the display, the Inspire HR display is powered by OLED which renders an outstandingly bright display that shouldn’t be a problem for you to view outdoors, while there is a single button in addition to the touchscreen support making the Inspire Hr very easy to access. A swipe up shows up the available apps, while a swap down shows up your stats for the day and at the center is the home screen which renders the clock face.
There is no compromise on the Inspire HR battery life, Fitbit states it would last about 5 days on regular usage. They haven’t given us a reason(s) to think otherwise.
The Versa, Charge 3 are just two from the Fitbit’s ranks of wearable’s with impressive battery life. However, understanding that usage varies among consumers, you should expect anything in that range of 4-5 days which I think is awesome and should serve even for extremes of exercise sessions.
The Inspire HR uses Bluetooth v4.0 for connecting to compatible devices. The Inspire HR is compatible with Android 5.0 or later, iOS 4s or later, iPad 3+ and Windows 10. Check if your device is compatible
The Inspire HR has 5ATM rating which makes it water-resistant up to 50 meters. So it’s safe to wear it to the pool or ocean and at the same time its capable of tracking swim duration.
For Fitbit, it’s all about activity tracking accuracy and holistic fitness tracking of which they have become a household name. The Inspire HR is no exception, it comes with a 3-axis accelerometer and a heart rate sensor that automatically tracks your heart rate.
The Inspire HR is capable of tracking quiet a huge number of activities, it comes with 15 preloaded sport modes which include run, bike, yoga and set goals for distance, time or calorie burn to get real-time updates when you reach your goal. You can set goals from the Fitbit App.
The Inspire HR can track the complete sleep cycle, stages showing you how much light, deep, REM sleep you get. Fitbit Inspire HR helps you find moments of calm throughout your day with personalized guided breathing sessions based on your heart rate. You can also log your meal through the Fitbit app to monitor calorie intake.
No doubt, the Inspire HR is holistically fitness-focused. Fitbit advises that to get more accurate trackings from the heart rate sensor, you should ensure it’s not too tight on your wrist as it would restrict blood flow neither should it be loose.
There is also a VO2 MAX fitness feature available to measure cardiovascular fitness level plus a friendly reminder to move that alerts you during sedentary periods.
Unfortunately, the Inspire HR doesn’t have GPS inbuilt, but you can steel access GPS functions by connecting to your phone GPS which is great but might not be the best option in certain situations.
With the Inspire HR you won’t have to miss updates that matters to you. It’s an amazing tiny beast. When connected to a compatible device, the Inspire HR via the onboard vibrator motor alerts when there is a new message, calls, schedules and other notifications from third-party apps. You can also set up alarms, sleep time and stopwatch.
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