NEW Fitbit Inspire HR [Budget Smart Fitness Watch] – Full Review 2019

Is the Fitbit Inspire HR worth it in 2019?  In this video, I test out the new Fitbit to see how well it holds up to its bold claims.  I test the battery life, the screen brightness, the heart rate, and more.

On Amazon:

Some cool straps:
Additional review notes:
Released in March/April 2019
Price = $99
* Tells you to go to when you first turn it on
* You can set it up with a laptop because the fitbit app is available in the windows store, and is available for Mac or PC
* Can operate with the smart scale and other fitbit devices in the fitbit app
* Pairs with a PIN when you first get started
* Includes a second, larger wrist band
* Charging cable is magnetic and holds the watch in place – this is a very short wire though


My camera:

My microphone:

My audio recorder:

My tripod:

My video editor:

Please comment below with any questions you might have. Thank you all for watching! I appreciate you!

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24 thoughts on “NEW Fitbit Inspire HR [Budget Smart Fitness Watch] – Full Review 2019

  1. Very nice but please remember camera angle when you're shooting. The reflection on the watch screen was a bit obscuring.

  2. I just bought this Fitbit and for me I think it will be perfect. I'm 74 years old and my doctor want me to walk more and I didn't want anything big and bulky and am mainly interested in the time, walking and heart rate features. I think this would be great for any person that wants the basis. Hopefully I'll love this device. Thanks for your video.

  3. You can get your text messages, you have to do it from the app,to let notifications through,it works for mines, I haven't seen the calls yet, Im sure it works.😊

  4. I love this device because it is so simple. I'm older (57) and I'm just trying to keep up my heart rate and checking on my daily steps. I also will be tracking calories, but haven't filled in my food information. That's next!!

  5. I'm worried that the relax function may malfunction, and fail to buzz to tell me when to breathe in. I guess the heart beat monitor would warn you that you're about to flatline though, otherwise it could be very dangerous indeed.
    When I went to take a look at these fitbits the sales assistant told me it also had a woman's health function, that could analyse the menstrual cycle. Was he truthful in insisting the device needed to be inserted in my vagina? He told me there was nothing to worry about, as the tracker was waterproof to five atmospheres, but when he snapped the latex gloves on I left in a hurry. Can anyone confirm the veracity of his claims?
    Useful video Mike, thank you!

  6. How does the GPS with phone work? I want to buy it but I'm concerned it'll drain my phone's battery by constantly using its GPS. Is that a genuine concern? What happens if I don't give it permission to use my phone's GPS?

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