As you can see, the additional features vary quite a bit between each model. If you’re interested in heart rate tracking or you enjoy swimming, then you may want to choose a Fitbit Inspire HR, over the basic Fitbit Inspire.
There’s a fairly big jump in price between the Inspire HR and the Charge 3, but all you’re really gaining are monitoring of how many floors you’ve climbed, quick replies to messages, and Fitbit Pay – so you’ll need to weigh up if those features are worth the extra £40.
With the smartwatches, the Fitbit Versa Lite is around £50 cheaper than the Fitbit Versa, though it’s missing a few key features such as floors climbed, swim tracking, on screen workouts, and Fitbit Pay. However, compare the Fitbit Versa to the Fitbit Ionic and the £50 difference in price doesn’t get you much.
Make sure you really consider which features you’ll use when choosing a Fitbit, as this could save you a lot of money.