Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Fitbit's New Fitness Tracker for Kids Leaks in Different Colour Options

Fitbit's New Fitness Tracker for Kids Leaks in Different Colour Options

FITBIT HAS SNEAKED out a new fitness tracker, but it's not one you'll be able to buy for yourself.

Called the Inspire and the Inspire HR, and roughly equivalent to the Fitbit Charge 3, the tracker is created to be used as part of employee or insurance wellness schemes, allowing end users to earn rewards for healthy activity and exercise.

A superior model called Inspire HR is also available with heart rate tracking, Global Positioning System and analysis of sleep stages (light, deep, REM).

The Fitbit Inspire will be given away by employers and insurance companies. As for the pricing, since the device is aimed at kids, we expect it to be priced lower than other Fitbit fitness trackers. Inspire HR can also monitor a user's sleep stages - light, deep, and REM. The Fitbit Inspire comes in black and sangria color options and is moreover water-resistant up to 50 meters with a battery capacity of up to 5 days. The Inspire HR comes in three colour variants: black, lilac and white/black. Both the fitness bands can be worn on the wrist or can be used as clips.


Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) quietly launches the Inspire fitness tracker, which is only available to those who have an employer or health insurance provider signed up with Fitbit.

Fitbit has introduced a basic fitness tracker that it created to be handed out free to end users, Tech Radar is reporting.

Apart from the Fitbit tracker meant for business users, Fitbit is reportedly also working on a new tracker for kids, images of which have surfaced online.

The Inspire can track sleep, however, and is advanced enough to show alerts like calls and texts as they come through from your phone.

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