Getting fit in this bizarre era we’re in is kinda hard. But if you really want to sweat it out, and need an extra push, then you might want to check out these new Fitbit smartwatches that were just launched in the Philippines.

First, we have the new Fitbit Versa 3, which is available for Php14,790. Unlike its predecessor, the Versa 3 now has built-in GPS for outdoor workouts.

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It also has fast charging, 6+ hour battery life, built-in Hey Google and Alexa voice assistant, third-party apps support, and Fitbit Pay wireless payment. It also charges using the same charger that the Versa 2 has, so you now have a spare if you’re upgrading.

Of course, there’s the activity tracking and health-centric features like Oxygen Saturation (Sp02) reading, heart-rate monitor, 20+ goal-based exercises, menstrual health tracking, and more. It’s available in Black and White aluminum, and Punk Clay and Soft Gold aluminum.

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We also have the Fitbit Inspire 2 for Php6,290 if you want something smaller and lighter. It has similar workout and activity features that the former have, minus the Sp02 reading.

What’s interesting is, it has a longer 10-day battery life and has a swimproof build. The Inspire 2 is available in Desert Rose, Lunar White, and Black.

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Lastly, we have the most premium of the three, the Fitbit Sense for Php19,490. It has similarities over the Versa 3. But this time, it has more advanced features like an ECG app, stress management, skin temperature.

You can get it in Carbon and Graphite Stainless Steel, and Lunar White and Soft Gold Stainless Steel.

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See also: OPPO Watch Review, Realme Watch Review

Both the Inspire 2 and Sense are now available in Digital Walker and through Fitbit’s official store in Lazada and Shopee. While the Versa 3 will be available in the coming weeks.

The company is also offering accessories for the wearables, which starts at Php1,390. And to take full advantage of their features, you can subscribe to the Fitbit Premium app for Php519 a month or Php4,190 for a year.



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  1. Hi! There’s a typo on your article: Inspire 2 and Versa 3 are the models available as of now..

    Both the Inspire 2 and Sense are now available in Digital Walker and through Fitbit’s official store in Lazada and Shopee. While the Versa 3 will be available in the coming weeks.