Fitbit releases affordable options

Fitbit releases affordable options

New Fitbit wearable. Fitbit
New Fitbit wearable. Fitbit

Fitbit recently announced a range of new products -- Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, Fitbit Inspire HR and Fitbit Inspire as well as the soon-to-be-launched FitBit Ace 2 -- designed to help make health and fitness accessible to more consumers across the globe.

Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is an everyday smartwatch in the Versa family with most of the core fitness and smart features Versa is known for: automatic activity, PurePulse 24/7 heart rate and Sleep Stages tracking, 15-plus goal-based exercise modes, connected GPS, smartphone notifications, an app, four-day battery life and relative O2 sensor, which has the potential to estimate changes in blood oxygen levels and help track new indicators about health.

Fitbit Inspire HR is the brand's most affordable smartwatch. The device comes with 24/7 heart rate tracking, exercise and sleep stages tracking, with 15-plus goal-based exercise modes, connected GPS and Relax guided breathing in a stylish, slim design. For consumers who are new to wearables and want an even lower cost easy-to-use tracker, Fitbit Inspire is available at under 3,000 baht.

Fitbit Ace 2 helps children over six learn healthy habits at an early age and encourages them to spend more active time with family and friends. Ace 2 has a new swimproof design with a bumper to protect the screen during kid-related activities all day long, and is available in fun and bold kid-friendly colours and accessories that include patterned designs.

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