‘A digital personal trainer on my wrist!’: The Fitbit Inspire 2 is on sale for just $76 – and Amazon shoppers say it’s just as accurate as an Apple Watch with better battery life
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If you want your watch to do more than just tell the time but can’t justify the expense of an Apple Watch, take a look at the Fitbit Inspire 2.
Since Fitbit was bought by Google last year, the activity tracker and syncing software offer many more features to help you get healthier and fitter and they’re a quarter of the price of an Apple Watch.
Now even better value than ever as they’re reduced to $76 on Amazon, down from $99.95, the Fitbit Inspre 2 will keep you accountable as they’ll record heartrate, steps, calories burned and distance all day long.
Keep on track with your fitness by recording how healthy you currently are and taking steps to improve it.
The Fitbit can track all-day activity: counting your steps, distance, hourly activity and calories burned as well as sleep and recovery.
Connect to the app and you have access to hundreds of on-demand workouts and nutrition plans.
For just $76, it offers most of the features of more expensive fitness trackers – but snap it up now as the 24% off won’t last forever.
There are 20 exercise modes so that you can record activities like running, hiking, strength training, yoga and more. And if you need some motivation to move more, there’s the reward of earning Active Zone Minutes when you do exercise so that you can see how close you are to the recommended 150 minutes of heart-pumping activity that will keep your body healthy.
Plus, there are hundreds of guided workouts on the Fitbit Premium software, of which you’ll get a whole year’s free subscription with your purchase of the Inspire 2.
Premium can also help improve your nutrition, meaning that the one-off price of $76 will get you a 24/7 fitness tool and a nutrition program to help you make healthier choices without sacrifices.
Fitness motivation: the Fitbit Inspire 2 rewards you for each minute you are active to gamify keeping fit and make it fun rather than a chore
Struggle with sleep? The Fitbit can track your time in light, deep and REM sleep and give you a Sleep Score to better understand your sleep quality each night.
There are more than 60,000 five star reviews for this sleek, streamline but technologically advanced watch on Amazon, with shoppers praising how it keeps them motivated and how they move more since purchasing one.
‘This little device will motivate you to make healthy changes,’ praised one impressed reviewer. ‘I don’t know how I managed without it! It has taught me so many things about my basic health and areas I need to address.’
The Fitbit Inspire 2 comes with a year’s free subscription to the Fitbit premium app where you can see your fitness data in detail and get tips how to improve
Another added: ‘I’m not much of a tech gal, but I’ve really enjoyed my fit bit. Its been helpful in tracking my sleep quality and water intake, but surprisingly, its really prompted me to increase my movement during the day. Getting that Gold star is so fun that I look for the time in my schedule to add a walk or some yoga.’
Available in black, white or rose pink, all are waterproof so you can swim in them or leave them on in the shower or while you’re washing dishes.
The Fitbit Inspire 2 is available in black, rose pink and white and all are reduced on Amazon to $76 or less
With an impressive 10 days of battery life, you don’t have to constantly take it off to charge it and you can take it on a week’s vacation without needing to pack a charger.
Several shoppers say that all these features work in tandem to make them the fittest they’ve ever been.
‘I have lost 70 lbs and can honestly say the Fitbit has been a big encouragement,’ shared one Fitbit enthusiast. ‘I also like that he mobile app is easy to use and I like using the food log for accountability.’
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