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Fitbit launches Inspire fitness tracker but only businesses can acquire it

12 February 2019, 01:42 | Randall Craig

Fitbit Has a New Activity Tracker. But You Can't Buy It in Stores

Fitbit's upcoming fitness tracker leaks in colorful images

Fitbit's new health tracker is reportedly the corporate's cheapest, but customers will be unable to purchase the wearable device by themselves.

It's aimed at corporate customers who want to provide them to staff in order to promote a healthy lifestyle or as part of an insurance health plan.

A more advanced version, known as Fitbit Inspire HR, has also been unveiled, with added heart-rate tracking and sleep stages. The company's first business-to-business wearable is dubbed "Inspire" and features a touchscreen display with daily activity and sleep tracking, plus alerts for calls, text and calendar events.

Fitbit has quietly launched a new fitness tracker that is meant for select companies and health insurance members. The Fitbit Inspire is ultimately out there to company workers and medical insurance members.




In September 2018, Fitbit Care had been launched for employers and health care plan providers. It's water immune as much as 50 meters, guarantees as much as five days of battery life, and is available in black and sangria color choices. The Fitbit Inspire HR can also track sleep stages (light, deep, REM) and can record real-time pace and distance via your smartphone's Global Positioning System. The Inspire device has several standard features like step tracking, heart rate checker along with details of calories burnt during different activities.

It's also availalble in black with white a lilac options, too.

In an interview with CNBC, Fitbit CEO James Park explained that the company already has 6.8 million users via various wellness programs, and that the plan is to keep increasing that number. Now there are few leaks which suggest that the company is working on fitness tracker for kids, and images of the same have surfaced online.



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