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DESCRIPTION

The Fitbit Inspire HR presents a design without much originality compared to its competitors. However, the lines are elegant, it is not cumbersome and, above all, it is perfect for small wrists thanks to its two perfectly adjustable notched bracelet sizes. The Inspire HR is available in black, white or lilac for $ 99.95. Be careful, the black strap collects dust and seems to age quite quickly. Add that you can always fall for a leather strap (40 euros) or stainless steel (70 euros) sold separately.
The Fitbit Inspire HR coaching bracelet is a practical and fun connected accessory, which will allow you to accurately monitor your activity, during the day and during your sleep stages. Elegant and discreet, it can be worn in all circumstances. The Fitbit Inspire HR bracelet is currently priced at $ 99.

FEATURES

  • Type NC
  • Battery life NC
  • OSX Compatibility NC
  • Android Compatibility NC
  • GPS NC
  • Sleep function NC
  • Garanty NC

PROS

  • Six-day battery life
  • Beautiful finishes
  • Pleasant display of notifications

CONS

  • Oled screen, but monochromatic
  • Poor readability in direct sunlight
  • Questionable accuracy of the heart rate monitor

BOTTOM LINE 4.0/5


On paper, the Inspire HR has a lot to do with it. With its beautiful finishes and impressive endurance, this tracker has serious arguments. Especially since the smartphone application that accompanies it is rather successful. On the other hand, the monochrome screen, the absence of GPS, and especially the rather imprecise heart rate monitor do not work in its favor, and in this ultra-competitive market, the slightest misstep can be fatal. This last point actually makes a product more intended for those who want to follow their daily activity rather than for real athletes and makes the Inspire a bit expensive for a simple pedometer.In the end, for less, Huawei offers the Band 3 Pro , certainly less enduring, but with a sensor much more complete.



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