California-based Fitbit officially launched its newest fitness tracking watches in the Philippine market.
Sticking to its vision “to make everyone in the world healthier”, the company today unveiled three devices, the Versa Lite edition, Inspire HR, and Inspire.
The Versa Lite edition, which Fitbit claimed is perfect for everyday use, boasts key fitness and smart features including 24/7 heart rate, activity and sleep monitoring, long battery life, fitbit pay, and over 15 goal-based exercise modes.
It also connects to smartphones, allowing users to check statistics on the wrist during runs and rides.
The device is also swimproof, and is made of premium materials with anodized aluminum watch case and durable display made of Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The Inspire HR and Inspire, meanwhile, allow users to tract their all-day activity, sleep, and calorie burn. They are also equipped with timer and stopwatch. Both smartwatches promise to last up to five days of battery.
Exclusive features on Inspire HR, on the other hand, include 24/7 heart rate tracking, heart rate zones, sleep monitoring, more than 15 goal-based exercise modes, and guided breathing sessions.
Price and availability
The Versa Lite edition has a price tag of PHP 10,390. Inspire HR and Inspire, which are both water resistant and swim tracking, are priced at PHP 6,290, and PHP 4,590, respectively. They are available at Digital Walker stores.
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