Fitbit Announces 3 New Wearables: The Versa 3, Inspire 2, and Sense Smartwatch


Fitbit has just announced not one, not two, but three new wearables: the Versa 3, the Inspire 2, and the Sense. As you probably have guessed, the Versa 3 and Inspire 2 are the next iterations of their respective series, while the Sense represents an all-new, flagship device—one that, on the surface, appears to be the most advanced smartwatch Fitbit has ever made.

What makes the Sense so advanced? Well, in addition to the long and seemingly inexhaustible list of wellness features Fitbit devices are known for, the Sense offers some truly unique and exclusive metrics. Those metrics include atrial fibrillation detection (via ECG app), skin temperature, and stress level tracking (via EDA app). Now, while it’s important to remember that these types of health sensors aren’t a replacement for your doctor, if used correctly they can have some positive effects on your overall health and wellness.

Fitbit SENSE
Fitbit Sense

Advanced metrics aside, the Sense also includes many of the high-end features you’d expect to find in a flagship device, including a gorgeous AMOLED display, built-in GPS, onboard storage, and more than six days of battery life from a single charge. It also supports about a billion on-wrist applications, including contactless payment and entertainment apps like Spotify and Pandora.

The Sense’s long list of bona fides goes on forever, but what’s clear is that, depending on the performance and reliability of its new health-tracking features, the Sense isn’t just the most advanced smartwatch Fitbit has ever made, it might be the most advanced health-centric smartwatch on the market.

But none of that potential greatness should take away from Fitbit’s other new smartwatch, the Versa 3. Despite not having the Sense’s ECG and EDA functions, the Versa 3 gives users just about everything else. It has the same build, same display, and same battery life. Likewise, it offers a ridiculously long list of tracking features and metrics, including personalized exercise modes, guided breathing exercises, and menstrual health tracking.

Fitbit VERSA 3
Fitbit Versa 3

Fitbit’s third and final announcement is the new Inspire 2, which appears to be a moderately refined upgrade over its popular predecessor. Topping its list of new features, the Inspire 2 now comes with an OLED touch panel, up to 10 days of battery life (that’s double what the first Inspired offered), and a free, year-long trial of Fitbit Premium, which, if taken advantage of, is a really helpful resource and a great way to set goals, create personalized training regimens, and elevate your overall fitness level. On top of all that, the Inspire 2 also keeps all the tracking features that have made the Inspire so popular, including many of the same metrics you’ll find in the more advanced Sense and Versa 3.

Fitbit INSPIRE 2
Fitbit Inspire 2

All three Fitbit devices are available now at B&H, along with alternative bands and accessories.