The American manufacturer Fitbit has just presented two new connected watches, the Versa 3 and Sense, as well as an Inspire 2 bracelet. A new range that focuses on health.
Fitbit Versa 3
The Versa 3 takes the design of the previous generation with a slightly rounded case. An AMOLED screen is in the game, it has a permanent display function to quickly access basic information such as the time … The announced autonomy is 6 days, but this varies according to use. With the GPS activated, it can reach for example 12 hours.
Fitbit says it can analyze more than 20 sports with an automatic “SmartTrack” system that recognizes activity. It is also waterproof up to 50 meters, it has a sleep mode, a smart alarm clock, continuous monitoring of heart rate and menstrual health and it obviously allows you to display notifications.
It is displayed at € 229.95 with availability from September 25.
The Sense connected watch has a similar design, but takes advantage of new sensors, such as the AED Scan which analyzes the electrodermal activity to determine the level of stress. A graph, available in the application, allows you to follow your condition. It also records the skin temperature on the wrist and the heart rate (with a multi-path sensor). It is displayed at € 329.95 with a six-month free trial for Fitbit Premium.
Fitbit Inspire 2
The Fitbit Inspire 2 is a fairly classic sports bracelet, but also more affordable, its price is € 99.95 with availability from September 25.
A small vertical screen allows you to consult notifications, it is equipped with a heart rate sensor, it is waterproof up to 50 meters and also gives indications on more than 20 sports. The announced autonomy is quite important, up to 10 days. Finally, it displays calories burned and analyzes your sleep.