Fitbit Inspire 2

Fitbit Inspire 2

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The Fitbit Inspire 2 is an excellent fitness tracker for under $100. It can track tons of metrics, workouts, and look great while doing so. Plus, it can connect to almost any smartphone so you can stay in the loop with your goals all day long.

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. Under $100
  2. Comes in multiple colors
  3. Has up to 10 days of battery life
  4. Can track over 20 different workouts
  5. Can be used in water
  6. Tracks your heart rate all day

What needs improvement...

  1. Screen is small
  2. GPS can only be used with the presence of a smartphone
  3. An internet connection is required to sync your tracker to your phone

Product Summary & Specs

The Fitbit Inspire 2 is a fitness tracker that packs a big punch in a small package. For under $100, the Inspire 2 can track oodles of metrics, including your heart rate, calories burned, active zone minutes, daily readiness score, and steps in a day.

Plus, you’ll be able to specifically track over 20 different types of workouts. Whether you’re into strength training, swimming, or running, the Inspire 2 will be able to keep up with your lifestyle.

Tracker Features

Active zone minutes, 24 hour heart rate monitoring, activity and sleep tracking, menstrual health tracking, food log, sleep score, move reminders


1 Year


Compatible with phone GPS

Plays Music



1.47" l x .66" w x .5" h

Tap and Pay


Display Screen Type


Battery Life

Up to 10 days

Compatible App


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