While the Inspire 2 is the company’s entry-level tracker, it boasts nearly all the fitness features of the top-end Sense at 70% of the cost. It’s also nearly a third cheaper than the company’s other non-smartwatch tracker, the Fitbit Charge 4.
Manual for the Inspire 2
It might lack a built-in GPS, but can connect to your phone’s GPS for greater sporting stats and maps. Everything else is built right in.
|Comprehensive fitness tracking||Screen visibility outdoors still not great|
|Fantastic Fitbit app||No altimeter|
|Great value for a Fitbit||No built-in GPS|
Inspire 2 Specs
|Available Colors||Black; Lunar White; Desert Rose|
|Battery Life||Up to 10 days|
|IP Rating||Water resistant to 50 meters|
|Sensors||Optical heart rate monitor|
|Size||Dimensions: 1.47″ l x .66″ w x .5″ h; Small – Fits wrist 5.5″ – 7.1″ in circumference; Large – Fits wrist 7.1″ – 8.7″ in circumference|
|Storage||Saves 7 days of detailed motion data, minute by minute; Saves daily totals for past 30 days; Stores heart rate data at 1 second intervals during exercise tracking and at 5 second intervals all other times|