- Brand: Fitbit
- Model Name: Inspire 3
- Style: Minimalist
- Color: Black/Midnight Zen
- Special Feature: Heart Rate Monitor
- Shape: Rectangular
- Target Audience: Tweens, Parents, College Students
- Age Range (Description): adult
- Compatible Devices: Smartphone
- Display Type: Analog
- Move more: Daily Readiness Score(1), Active Zone Minutes, all-day activity tracking and 24/7 heart rate, 20 plus exercise modes, automatic exercise tracking and reminders to move
- Stress less: always-on wellness tracking, daily Stress Management Score, mindfulness sessions, relax breathing sessions, irregular heart rhythm notifications(2), SpO2(3), menstrual health tracking, resting heart rate and high/low heart rate notifications
- Sleep better: automatic sleep tracking, personalized Sleep Profile(1), daily detailed Sleep Score, smart wake vibrating alarm, sleep mode
- Comfortably connected day and night: calls, texts and smartphone app notifications(4), color touchscreen with customizable clock faces, super lightweight and water resistant to 50 meters, up to 10 day battery life(5)
- Includes 6-month Premium membership for deeper insights and guidance, exclusive workouts, mindfulness sessions and more(6)
- Fitbit does not guarantee the quality or authenticity of products purchased from non-authorized resellers on Amazon. Products purchased from non-authorized resellers ARE NOT ELIGIBLE for warranty or replacement from Fitbit. Authorized sellers include Amazon and Heart Rate Monitors USA
This is a good fitness tracker/watch that seems reasonably accurate. I’m not a fan of the watchband material but it’s comfortable and seems sturdy. The problem is the charger attaches to the watch with two small plastic clips, not magnets like many other watch chargers. As a result the charger often loses contact with the watch so it is not charging. It looks like it’s properly in place but it may not be. It is touchy and easily loses the connection. And the charger cord is short, about 9 inches or so. Once you do get it connected properly and positioned in a way that it stays connected it charges quickly. The battery life is very good so you only need to charge about once a week.
Nothing at alll to dislike. Just have to decide on Inspire 3 Lilac or the Luxe. Luxe would be my 2nd one as 1st quit after 18mos. Inspire 3 clock choices are outdated & not even close to what Luxe offers. With right band /clock face my old Luxe was mistaken as jewellery.Inspire 3 has alt bands (fewer stylish choices ? on Amazon than other places ie E*ty or ..by) but even the nicest here won’t make it as the Luxe.Pros: Due to a slight configuration it stays better on wrist, feels more comfortable than Luxe. It’s just short enough it doesn’t feel as if you want the tracker to curve. If you have small wrists it can be nice to not always feel like it doesn’t shape correctly to your wrist. The Lilac/Black is very pretty & while band looks exactly for what it is, comfortable, prettier colour than photo & will go w many styles of dress. Big PRO is display & side sensors that turn display on & off vs Luxe ability to never awaken as it’s supposed to & your hands are full. How many do the Luxe Nose or Forehead tap to see the time?If I could just go back & forth between and it not affect the various challengers I’d say buy both.
I bought this watch because I have sleep apnea and like to keep check on my SPO2 at night. This doesn’t do a very good job of this. Also doesn’t keep track of length of time slept. I have to use the alarm clock setting to get reminded to take my pills. Have had better watches at a lower price , but they didn’t last long.I do like that I can clearly see the time and the date. I also like how it looks and it is comfortable to wear.
Love this fitbit. I had the previous model – Inspire 2 and while it worked well it had one fatal flaw – the screen was way too dim and only got worse over time. This one is MUCH brighter. Large numbers on face and very bright make it easy to see and read in all types of lighting. Does not have GPS, but that doesn’t bother me, because the app gets the GPS from my phone. It has all the great features – step counting, able to count different types of exercise, like biking, swimming, etc. Keeps track of your sleep data, heart rate, when you are burning calories, etc. The app also lets you keep track of food intake for calorie counting. It is a great model for a reasonable price.
Mary-Jean Owens –
Changing trackers from Alta HR to Inspire 3 was much easier than I anticipated. I love the color display, it’s bright and visible in the sun, and I really like the easy swiping for changing from settings to sleep to starting walks to working out at the gym to checking heart rate. Small learning curve, then just playing with it answers most questions. It turns on with wrist motion (optional setting) and I really like that feature. So far, enjoying Inspire 3 and it is doing what I want and need from a tracker.
Nancy Tirrell –
I replaced my Alta with this new one. I love tracking my weight,calories burned & sleep. I have no way of knowing if the sleep monitor is accurate but it is interesting to look at. I haven’t tracked my food & don’t plan to use the other things like mindfulness or stress. I don’t care about those. The only negative is that the bands are really hard to replace. I bought some extras but haven’t really used them much because they’re really difficult to pop in place. The Alta was much easier.
Dan Kennedy –
My old Fitbit Charge 3 tracker kept dimming over time (regardless of charging), until it finally became unreadable outdoors. I took a chance on the Inspire 3, and it has not disappointed. It doesn’t seem to track stairs like the Charge 3 did, but that’s a tradeoff with which I can live. It’s pretty slim, so it feels a little less durable, but no problems for the first two months.
I bought a generic step tracker last year and it was effective but it never updates my weight. So I bought Fitbit inspire 3 on cyber Monday. So far it’s great except 1 thing… Fitbit by Google doesn’t connect to Google fit! I mean seriously every other fake, free, generic fitness and weight loss app on my phone connects to Google fit EXCEPT Fitbit! Which literally says on the box “by Google”. If they fix this I think I’d give it 5 stars. Oh, and I’m not the most tech savvy person but how do I turn off the ‘activity reminders’?