The Inspire 3 by Fitbit is a high-tech fitness tracker that tracks your Heart Rate, Sleep, Workouts and more, for Under $100 (Well, Sort of). However, is it enough to satisfy your Health, Fitness and Wellness needs? In this article, I’m going to share my honest thoughts on the Fitbit Inspire 3, and who I think it’s best suited for.

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We’re going to be looking at a few areas such as; Design and Form factor, Battery Life, Health and Fitness tracking Features, and the Fitbit App. I’m also going to be sharing with you the things that I don’t like about the Inspire 3.

  1. Design and Form Factor.

The Inspire 3 features a minimalist design with a thin silicon band and a light-weight, slim body. It’s so small, Fitbit even made an accessory for clipping it on to your shirt/short to track your workout. Personally, I wouldn’t use this clip. I prefer having some sort of physical contact on my body, to make sure I get the most accurate data.

The Fitbit Inspire 3 builds on the Fitbit Inspire 2 with some noticeable differences. It has a new bright, full color, Amoled display.

At the back it has some new sensors; the Ambient Light Sensor, and the Infrared and Red Sensors for blood oxygen monitoring.

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The Inspire 3 is also water resistant up to 50 meters. This means that you won’t have any problem when swimming or taking a shower.

Fitbit Inspire 3

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  1. Battery Life

The inspire 3 has an amazing battery life of 10 days. However, this is if an only if you don’t turn on the always on display feature.

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  1. Health and Fitness Tracking

This is where I believe Fitbit really sets itself apart from the competition. All their fitness trackers will track just about everything; Heart beat variability, Calories burnt, Hours that you’ve been inactive etc. And now, the Fitbit Inspire 3 also has Oxygen Saturation, which measures the blood oxygen that’s in your system while you’re sleeping. (Watch the Video for more about the tracking capabilities of the Fitbit Inspire 3)

Unlike the Charge 5, the Inspire 3 doesn’t have EDA Scan. However, it has a feature called ‘Relax’ that helps you focus on deep breathing to get yourself back into a healthy mental state.

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  1. THE APP

Similar to other Fitbit devices, the Fitbit Inspire 3 also gives you access to the Fitbit App. This app takes all your fitness and health metrics and puts them in a simple, intuitive, easy-to-read dashboard. The Fitbit App is one of the best Health, Fitness and Wellness apps out there. (Watch Video to see all that the Fitbit App has to offer.)

Unfortunately, to get the most out of the App, you have to pay for the Premium Subscription Plan. It’s $9.99/month or $79.99/year. The Premium membership plan includes lots of features that I like. These include but are not limited to; Workout videos, recipes, Advanced Sleep Metrics, Daily readiness score, Wellness reports etc. That means that you’re missing on a lot if you don’t pay for the Premium subscription. And this is one of the things that I don’t about Fitbit devices.

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