Fitbit Inspire 2 Desert Rose

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Collection color:
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Fitbit Inspire 2 Desert Rose
Fitbit Inspire 2 Desert Rose
Included accessories
Watch strap Watch strap
Style your smartwatch for every occasion.
Charger adapter Charger adapter
Charge your smartphone via the socket.
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Product information

Key specs

Height
37,3 mm
Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement

Pros and cons

According to our smartwatch expert
  • You're informed of messages and incoming calls, because you receive notifications from your smartphone.
  • The watch shows heart rate zones in the app, so you can check whether your training has had the desired effect.
  • You can't make contactless payments with this watch, like you can with other Fitbit watches.
  • Fitbit isn't compatible with Huawei P8 Lite and P9 Lite smartphones.
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Description

With the Fitbit Inspire 2 Desert Rose, you can view your daily activities at a glance. For example, you can measure your heart rate and calories burned while walking or exercising. That's useful if you want a healthier lifestyle or want to lose some weight. You'll also be informed of incoming messages and calls, because you receive notifications from your smartphone. Thanks to the strong Gorilla glass, the Inspire 2 is resistant to scratches and damage. Swimming isn't a problem with this watch either, because it's waterproof up to 50 meters. Want to register your route while running? Don't forget to bring your smartphone with you, for example in a sports bracelet. The activity tracker uses the GPS sensor of your smartphone.

Note: you won't receive a charger adapter. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? Use the charger adapter of your phone charger or order a one now.

This watch is recommended for a wrist circumference of 15 to 17 centimeters.

With the Fitbit Inspire 2 Desert Rose, you can view your daily activities at a glance. For example, you can measure your heart rate and calories burned while walking or exercising. That's useful if you want a healthier lifestyle or want to lose some weight. You'll also be informed of incoming messages and calls, because you receive notifications from your smartphone. Thanks to the strong Gorilla glass, the Inspire 2 is resistant to scratches and damage. Swimming isn't a problem with this watch either, because it's waterproof up to 50 meters. Want to register your route while running? Don't forget to bring your smartphone with you, for example in a sports bracelet. The activity tracker uses the GPS sensor of your smartphone.

Note: you won't receive a charger adapter. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? Use the charger adapter of your phone charger or order a one now.

This watch is recommended for a wrist circumference of 15 to 17 centimeters.


Included by default

  • Manual (1.59 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap short (wrist circumference 14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (wrist circumference 18 - 22cm)

Included by default

  • Manual (1.59 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap short (wrist circumference 14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (wrist circumference 18 - 22cm)

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Key specs

Height
37,3 mm
Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement

Reviews

Rating

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Most helpful reviews

4 / 5 stars
8,3/10

Nice thing, does what it's supposed to do.

  • Battery life
  • Light, you barely feel it
  • Fitbit Premium subscription

Well, we're dealing with a funny thing here. I think fitbit has a name in this area. I myself don't fall for those 'Chinese-looking' gaudy colored screens from the east, those of the competition trackers. So whoever misses that should not be with this fitbit. I don't see that as a negative point. I want a gadget that does what I bought it for. No frills. The screen is small yes, but I can see what I want to see on it. Anyone who finds that a negative point should therefore not buy this Fitbit. Yes, there is no NFC and no GPS. If you miss that, you shouldn't have bought it. It seems to me that you should not indicate that as negative points, as I read in some reviews. I am satisfied with the gadget. I was looking for something more than basic tracker and I found it with this Inspire 2. The battery life is phenomenal. I have my doubts about the pedometer. Not when you go for a walk, but during the day. I then seem to be taking a lot of steps at home, more than I think myself.....but oh well. So doubts. This is a fitbit for a 'normal mover' like me. So every day a brisk walk or a long bike ride. And that's nice to keep track of in the app via GPS on your mobile. He does that accurately. Swimming is also possible. Bit difficult now because the pool is closed again. Because I'm a prude, I think it's a bit of a shame to use it in the 'dirty' chlorinated water. So no review data on this. Nice bridge to the app. For the big athletes among us, it offers a lot of information. For the ordinary mover also fun and interesting data. About your sleep and about your activities etc...and those data seem accurate to me. I have therefore mentioned the Premium subscription as a plus because there is a lot to be gained from it and because it is free for a year. Nice bonus. At the same time, the subscription is also a minus. You will pay for it after a year. I think too much. Tip for everyone: set on your phone NOW that that subscription is not automatically renewed. You can't forget that, unless you want to keep the subscription of course. Finally (to say the least): the silicone strap that comes with it as standard. It fits nicely, nothing to say, but it is a real 'dust magnet'. Especially if it's black. Not handy for a gadget polisher like me.... you keep on taking the cloth in hand. It's a small thing, but I want to mention it anyway. On the other hand, you can buy all kinds of other straps with it. I don't intend to. Conclusion: we have a fun thing here that does what it's supposed to do a little more than basic. If you're missing anything on it, you shouldn't have bought it. Yes right? Just look further and spend some more money. It's that simple.

  • Leon
  • 1 January 2021
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
9,7/10

Definitely worth your money

  • Battery life
  • Screen readability
  • Integration with Runkeeper is missing

For a long time I had doubts about buying a tracker for sports. The relatively low price (and the year of Fitbit premium) convinced me to order this. The first few days of wearing it I had to get used to the strap, but after changing for the supplied larger strap, it has become a lot more comfortable and I no longer notice the Fitbit. The screen is easy to operate and the sensors on the side register touch well. In daily use, the notifications from apps on your phone are very nice and more than easy to read on the small screen and you can set which app you do and do not want to receive. The reminder to walk 250 steps an hour at 10 a.m. I can do without (and I can probably turn it off) when I work from home. The coffee is simply not far enough away, unfortunately. Then the sport that I actually bought it for. During your run, the most important data can be read, such as distance, heart rate and duration of your training, and once you are back home, the Fitbit app also shows a lot more. I would have liked to see a better integration with Runkeeper because I normally use that app to keep track of my workouts. Hearing my heartbeat every kilometer would have been nicer than checking it manually. That's a problem all Fitbits have with all apps so it is what it is. The last point I would like to highlight is the battery life, which is really bizarrely long. Out of the box, the Inspire 2 still had 50% battery and it took almost a week to drain. The 10-day battery life sounded quite asburd to me, but that's not an exaggeration.

  • Jeroen haaksema
  • 11 October 2020
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4 / 5 stars
8,3/10

Small is beautiful.

  • battery
  • narrow
  • phone battery drains quickly

I've had this Fitbit for a week now and I'm very satisfied. First of all, I was very happy that the Fitbit was charged extremely quickly and that I could use it quickly. The installation via the telephone was done in no time and I could therefore fully focus on "how does something like this work". What I notice after 1 week is that the battery lasts really long, after almost 10 days of which I didn't wear it for 1 night (I was very disappointed when I saw it in the bathroom in the morning) the battery is now 40%. Despite I have very narrow wrists and often wear children's sizes in jewelry, the watch fits well. I like to wear a watch tight on my wrist so that it doesn't spin constantly but after a few days I started experiencing this, irritation and a pressure point. I had to make it looser and what I normally find very annoying, I don't find it annoying at all with the Fitbit. Probably because you just don't realize you're wearing a watch. I also like that I can track my sleep and my heart rate. The kitchen timer in the kitchen? I don't use that anymore! I can now go anywhere I want without having to keep an eye on the kitchen timer because the Fitbit will vibrate until you turn it off. The downsides I've found so far is the fact that no music can be played on it, so you're still stuck with your phone while exercising. The irritation of the strap on my wrist. That if you like to receive your notifications etc on the watch you should always have your Bluetooth on and I notice that the battery of my phone doesn't like that. And finally the silicone strap, you can see pretty quickly after 1 week that the matte strap quickly becomes shiny. I don't find it a nuisance myself, but I can imagine that someone else does.

  • Naomi r
  • 16 October 2020
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
9,3/10

Nice lightweight watch with pedometer.

  • Nice color
  • Bright display
  • Slightly thicker than the Inspire 1

Nice watch with pedometer and notifications from apps. Display is clear and easy to read.

  • Mieke de wit
  • 1 October 2020
  • Collection color: Black, Pink
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
8,7/10

Nice, beautiful and a handy watch.

  • App offers many registration options
  • Heart rate zone
  • GPS track

1 year free premium subscription from fitbit with all options and explanation about your day/night rhythm. It really helps me to get/get enough sleep, even with irregular shifts. You can also take a moment for yourself between work to relax and then continue completely zen again. Without the premium subscription, you can choose from 2 or 5 minutes of relaxation, with the watch vibrating when you have to inhale. I had no idea it was nice to do that for a while and what are 2 minutes in a day? Thanks to the pedometer and the heart rate monitor, I am more motivated to go for a walk for half an hour in the evening to be able to get my steps for the day. I absolutely love the ivory color, it just looks super fancy and I'm really happy with it! Two straps are also supplied, one for the narrow wrist and the other for the wider wrist. Everyone has been thought of.

  • Regina
  • 15 October 2020
  • Collection color: Black, Pink, White
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
9,0/10

Good activity tracker with excellent battery!

  • Slim design
  • Comfortable fit
  • Sync may take a while

I've had this Fitbit since January 4, 2021, and as I write this, my Fitbit has 23% battery left. I use the Fitbit daily as my alarm clock, for timers while cooking or working, and the interval workout option during my workouts. This works great and the Fitbit is easy to use and install. I do have my screen set to 'dim' by default because it is bright enough for me, maybe this saves a bit in battery consumption. It is also perfectly waterproof (but put it on a water lock). The only downsides are the occasional synchronization (could also be my mobile), which can take a while or sometimes it doesn't work. Because of this I have to completely close the Fitbit App, turn bluetooth on/off, etc. which can be annoying. Also, the material of the strap quickly attracts dust and I plan to purchase a different kind of strap.

  • Elise p.
  • 15 January 2021
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4 / 5 stars
8,0/10

Nice watch and many options

Nice watch with many options.

  • A kortekaas
  • 2 October 2020
  • Collection color: Black, Pink, White
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
9,3/10

Great Fitness Watch from Fitbit (Inspire 2)

  • Battery life
  • You don't notice you're wearing it
  • Always bring your smartphone with Bluetooth and Mobile data on to register the data on the road

It is a top fitness watch, and I definitely recommend it, it is also my very first and also made the excellent choice. I have the pink version and I think it's super pretty! You only have to take your smartphone with you everywhere and leave your Mobile data and Bluetooth on for all your data to be registered on the road. Furthermore, the battery life is excellent, I have been using it since April 20 and at the moment my battery percentage is still 31% after exactly 1 week! I also think the 1 year free premium is a winner, because thanks to this I can measure my complete sleep pattern, among other things, which I find super interesting! A big downside is the 'waterlock' app that you can't remove in the app and it starts continuously at the slightest movement of your wrist, therefore it shivers every time and this is not nice during an outing with your bubble, or during an important conversation etc.. You can fully set up your Fitbit to your own taste, including your watch face that you can completely set yourself and download to your own preference. Also very nice are the 2 bracelets in different lengths that you get that you can wear the watch with both a narrow and wider wrist and the wearing comfort is also great, you do not notice that you are wearing these, also nice for the sleep measurement in the night. The pedometer and the heart rate monitor are also correct in counting and measuring for me. Nothing further to complain about, only that my friend will soon also order this in the black version, another happy buyer then

  • Amber v.
  • 27 April 2021
  • Collection color: Black, Pink
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
3 / 5 stars
5,7/10

Far too expensive for so little (black and white!!) display.

  • Reinforced glass
  • Monochrome display

I already had a very satisfied MI Band 6, all the trimmings. I thought a Fitbit is a real brand. Not so. It's like stepping from a Mercedes into a Fiat Panda. I gave the Fitbit away and kept the Mi Band 6 myself.

  • Andre groenewegen
  • 22 July 2021
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
3.5 / 5 stars
6,7/10

Nice for a few days.

  • Keeps a lot of data
  • Syncs well with smarthpone, gives a lot of insight
  • tiny screen, totally unreadable especially on the road

Fits well, not disturbing at all in daily work. If you want to pay for a premium subscription, keep a lot of data, so you can get started with your own goals. It is depressing how many 'demands' are made of you, if you have cycled 2x 20 km and performed eight hours of physical labor, you still get a 'poke' if you sit still for an hour. If you want to work with all parts of the premium program, you have a job. The screen is tiny and difficult to read (too dark). The operation is difficult, if you have used the water lock, for example, it is completely unclear how to get back to the normal menu.

  • Marichan
  • 23 May 2021
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4 / 5 stars
8,3/10

Nice thing, does what it's supposed to do.

  • Battery life
  • Light, you barely feel it
  • Does what it's supposed to do
  • Fitbit Premium subscription

Well, we're dealing with a funny thing here. I think fitbit has a name in this area. I myself don't fall for those 'Chinese-looking' gaudy colored screens from the east, those of the competition trackers. So whoever misses that should not be with this fitbit. I don't see that as a negative point. I want a gadget that does what I bought it for. No frills.
The screen is small yes, but I can see what I want to see on it. Anyone who finds that a negative point should therefore not buy this Fitbit.
Yes, there is no NFC and no GPS. If you miss that, you shouldn't have bought it. It seems to me that you should not indicate that as negative points, as I read in some reviews.
I am satisfied with the gadget. I was looking for something more than basic tracker and I found it with this Inspire 2. The battery life is phenomenal. I have my doubts about the pedometer. Not when you go for a walk, but during the day. I then seem to be taking a lot of steps at home, more than I think myself.....but oh well. So doubts.
This is a fitbit for a 'normal mover' like me. So every day a brisk walk or a long bike ride. And that's nice to keep track of in the app via GPS on your mobile. He does that accurately. Swimming is also possible. Bit difficult now because the pool is closed again. Because I'm a prude, I think it's a bit of a shame to use it in the 'dirty' chlorinated water. So no review data on this.
Nice bridge to the app. For the big athletes among us, it offers a lot of information. For the ordinary mover also fun and interesting data. About your sleep and about your activities etc...and those data seem accurate to me. I have therefore mentioned the Premium subscription as a plus because there is a lot to be gained from it and because it is free for a year. Nice bonus. At the same time, the subscription is also a minus. You will pay for it after a year. I think too much. Tip for everyone: set on your phone NOW that that subscription is not automatically renewed. You can't forget that, unless you want to keep the subscription of course.
Finally (to say the least): the silicone strap that comes with it as standard. It fits nicely, nothing to say, but it is a real 'dust magnet'. Especially if it's black. Not handy for a gadget polisher like me.... you keep on taking the cloth in hand. It's a small thing, but I want to mention it anyway. On the other hand, you can buy all kinds of other straps with it. I don't intend to.
Conclusion: we have a fun thing here that does what it's supposed to do a little more than basic. If you're missing anything on it, you shouldn't have bought it. Yes right? Just look further and spend some more money. It's that simple.

  • Leon
  • 1 January 2021
  • Collection color: Black
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
9,7/10

Definitely worth your money

  • Battery life