Fitbit has recently added to its wearable collection, by quietly introducing a new activity and sleep tracker wearable, but it’s only available from your health plan or employer, according to USA Today.
Known as Fitbit Inspire and Fitbit Inspire HR, according to the site, these “special release trackers are available exclusively through Fitbit corporate, wellness, health plan, and health systems partners and customers of their organizations, participants, and members.”
They have been designed to “make developing healthy habits easier for everyone.”
The Fitbit Inspire features activity and sleep tracking, how many calories burned, call, text, and calendar alerts, reminders to move, and an intuitive touchscreen. The device is also swim proof and has a battery life of up to five days.
Additional features on the Fitbit Inspire HR include 24/7 heart rate tracking and real-time heart rate zones, specific sleep stages such as light, deep, and REM, 15 plus goal-based exercise modes, real-time pace and distance with the phone’s GPS, and if provides an overall cardio fitness level.
A price has not been set for the Inspire and Inspire HR, but CNBC reported that it’s the company’s cheapest device yet. Currently, the least expensive device, the Alta, is $99.95.