Fitbit, a company specializing in smartwatches and fitness trackers, today introduced the Fitbit Versa Lite edition, Fitbit Inspire, and Inspire HR fitness trackers.

As Fitbit‘s most affordable smartwatch to date, the Fitbit Versa Lite edition lowers the bar of entry for people looking to acquire a Fitbit smartwatch. It provides core functions including activity, sleep, and heart rate tracking, and can relay notifications from smartphones. It’s rated to last more than four days on a single charge. The Fitbit Versa Lite edition is available for presale today for CAD$199.95.


The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are designed for those who want a lightweight fitness tracker without the complexity of a larger smartwatch. They trade the larger watch face for a five-day battery life. Features wise, they tout automatic activity, heart rate tracking, exercise and sleep tracking, goal celebrations, and reminders to move. It features a lighter, more conspicuous design than the more capable Fitbit Versa Lite. The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR today are available for pre-sale today for CAD$99.95 and CAD$129.95 respectively.

To encourage the younger audience to exercise, Fitbit has released the Ace 2 fitness tracker. The Ace 2 caters to kids aged six or older, and can set bedtime reminders, change clock faces, track sleep, and features robust parental controls. Parents can check on their children’s activities through parent view in the Fitbit app. The Fitbit Ace 2 is available for pre-sale today for CAD$99.95.

Product render of Fitbit Ace 2, 3QTR view, in Watermelon and Teal

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