Fitbit’s fall lineup includes Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 wearables

These devices are even thinner and more comfortable so that you can wear them all day and night, and you don't have to charge them every day.

Fitbit fall lineup

Google-owned Fitbit unveiled a new “fall lineup” devices, consisting of three products — Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 — all of which “combine Fitbit’s health and wellness tools with the smarts of Google.” These devices are even thinner and more comfortable, so you can “wear them all day and night,” and you don’t have to charge them every day.

The lineup

Whether you’re focused on improving your mental health, gearing up to run a marathon, or starting a new health and wellness routine – you have a range of easy-to-use devices to choose from:

Inspire 3 is a fun, easy-to-use tracker that helps you stay on top of your health with 10 days of battery life. It’s a great entry-level device with a rich color display that can track important metrics at Fitbit’s most accessible price point.

Versa 4 is a fitness-focused smartwatch that offers over 40 exercise modes, real-time stats, built-in GPS and Active Zone Minutes, plus Premium features like Daily Readiness Score to help you reach your activity goals – all with 6 days of battery life in a thinner and lighter design.

Sense 2 is described as Fitbit’s most advanced health-focused smartwatch with more than six days of battery life that helps you manage stress and track your heart health with sensors that can detect signs of atrial fibrillation through the ECG app and PPG algorithm (both FDA-cleared and CE-marked), heart rate variability, skin temperature and more. It also includes the new Body Response sensor, which measures cEDA for all-day stress management.

Getting the most out of your Fitbit

Fitbit’s newest offerings are just the start of how we can help you uncover information to improve your overall health and wellness. With the Fitbit app, you can stay motivated and on track with weekly and longitudinal stats about your activity, heart health, sleep and stress. Plus you can log your hydration, menstrual health, mood, nutrition and glucose levels all in one place. Seeing all of your metrics together can help you better understand how the actions you take each day can impact your well-being and make better decisions for your daily life.

You’ll also access important health features, including Irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications, which uses the photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to assess your heart rhythm for signs of atrial fibrillation or AFib, for users 22 years or older with no known history of irregular heart rhythm.

Fitbit Premium, which is included with all new device purchases for six months, takes your experience even further with additions like Daily Readiness Score and Sleep Profile to dive deeper into your stats and progress, and over 1,000 workout and mindfulness sessions to keep your mind and body active. With Fitbit Premium, you can take your Fitbit experience even further with features like Daily Readiness Score and Sleep Profile, more personalized insights, advanced analytics, and more than 1,000 workout and mindfulness sessions.

So are you excited about the new Fitbits?