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Track your steps, workouts and naps with the latest from Fitbit, where the just-announced Fitbit Inspire 3, Sense 2 and Versa 4 are now available to pre-order in Canada.

Plus, you'll get a free 24mm Infinity or Sport Band with Fitbit Sense 2 or Versa 4 pre-orders – a value of up to $39.95. Simply add any Infinity Band or Sport Band to your cart with your pre-order and the band will be included for free at checkout.

Originally unveiled on August 24, the Inspire 3, Sense 2 and Versa 4 are the latest-generation wearable devices from Fitbit. The entry-level Inspire 3 adds a new colour OLED display and blood oxygen (SpO2) sensor to its slim design, while the higher-end Sense 2 and Versa 4 come with thinner profiles and improved tracking sensors. Like the previous-generation, the Sense 2 comes with a few extra features not found in the Versa 4, including an ECG monitor, skin temperature sensor and stress management notifications.

Fitbit Inspire 3 pre-orders are scheduled to ship on September 15, while Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4 pre-orders will ship on September 23. All listed devices qualify for free shipping from Fitbit.

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    • EPP => Employee Purchase Plan. It won't let you combine two promotions. You either get the EPP discount or the $50 'The Source' gift card.
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    • TheSource + EPP account gives further discount.

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      What's an ERP account?
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    • Anyone that's wants a 40% off Fitbit coupon, let me know, will DM to contributors that have received over 1000 likes. FCFS

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    • Would avoid the Fitbit altogether. Their app asks for way too many permissions to things they do not need. They want access to and download to their servers your ENTIRE list of contacts, names, phone numbers, addresses and any information you have on them. This is a fit tracker to track your steps and fitness. Access to your contacts is NOT needed. AVOID FITBIT!!!
      why not just disable the permission(s)??

      To be fair, permissions like Contacts are for the Notifications -> Incoming Call, to show on your watch.

      Can you Disallow the permissions like Contacts?
      yes, it's for calling. I have it disabled on my Android, and the app still works fine!
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    • London drugs is offering a $50 gift card with the same price on the watches
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    • TheSource + EPP account gives further discount.
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      Show $299.99 with $50 source gift card for me, in BC.
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    • When should I sign up for the 6 months complimentary Fitbit Premium?

      #1 If possible, sign up at beginning or middle of month vs end ... as you need 14 nights of sleep activity for Sleep Profile, received on 1st day of the following month.

      #2 Even if you sign up later in the month, you just need 14 nights total during the month (doesn't have to be consecutive nights) ... And Fitbit will count sleep scores before you sign up for Premium.

      #3 You can cancel immediately and you will still have access until the end of 6 months.


      Sleep stats are fun to review and helps in improving sleep habits. Spouse and I patiently waiting for our 1st Sleep Profile.

      Enjoy!
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    • After dealing with the ionic recall I can't give FitBit another dollar.
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    • I received my GW5pro yesterday at noon. It was 90% charged out of the box, I started using it around 3pm, at 6pm today the battery is at 60%. It won't give me a week of use per charge, but 30% battery drain after 27 hours of use is not bad.
      Do you use always-on display?
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    • how do these compare to Garmin watches? The heart rate monitor on my garmin is broken. Mostly use mine to track runs
      Fitbit is more geared for casual users looking for day to day health stats like sleep tracking ( and paying a monthly fee for reports )

      Garmin has everything Fitbit has ( minus ECG )and is for serious sports users, it got in depth stats and theres no subscription fee.
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    • how do these compare to Garmin watches? The heart rate monitor on my garmin is broken. Mostly use mine to track runs
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    • TheSource + EPP account gives further discount.
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    • This post suggests you can disable the Contacts permission:
      https://community.fitbit.com/t5/Android ... rue#M70346
      I think you'll have problems with using the watch for phone calls if you remove contact permissions. You can turn off bluetooth contact permissions, but not app permissions.
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    • It would be cool if Kardiamobile could integrate the capability into an existing watch. The bottom sensor on the 6L needs work. It's not sensitive enough for me. Or I'm holding it wrong... 😐
      Try different spots between your knee and ankle. It could also be an electrode problem.
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    • I’ve been considering it.. I watch a lot of stuff on my phone and I’m sick of those Evony game adds where he loudly screams “GUYS DIDNT YOU THINK THE GAME WAS FAKE???” and the passive income gurus.... **** OFF
      How to Stop YouTube Ads on iPhone with AdLock
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    • To be fair, permissions like Contacts are for the Notifications -> Incoming Call, to show on your watch.

      Can you Disallow the permissions like Contacts?
      Sadly no. You can not say no to any of their permissions or you can't use the app leaving the product useless.
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    • I honestly considered buying youtube premium to stop being asked to buy youtube premium.
      I’ve been considering it.. I watch a lot of stuff on my phone and I’m sick of those Evony game adds where he loudly screams “GUYS DIDNT YOU THINK THE GAME WAS FAKE???” and the passive income gurus.... **** OFF
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    • I don’t recall it asking for contact info during the install. Here are the permissions on my iPhone for the sense.
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    • Would avoid the Fitbit altogether. Their app asks for way too many permissions to things they do not need. They want access to and download to their servers your ENTIRE list of contacts, names, phone numbers, addresses and any information you have on them. This is a fit tracker to track your steps and fitness. Access to your contacts is NOT needed. AVOID FITBIT!!!
      To be fair, permissions like Contacts are for the Notifications -> Incoming Call, to show on your watch.

      Can you Disallow the permissions like Contacts?
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    • I’ve had the Fitbit sense for over a year. Battery life (6days) and sleep tracking are very good. Great watch. Looking forward to more google integration with the Sense 2.

      I have an Apple Watch SE to compare to. Battery life is 18hrs or less. Sleep tracking is dismal. iPhone app integration is a definite plus.

      Samsung has the better chunky mens watches but battery life and the google os are not so good.

      My two cents.
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    • Would avoid the Fitbit altogether. Their app asks for way too many permissions to things they do not need. They want access to and download to their servers your ENTIRE list of contacts, names, phone numbers, addresses and any information you have on them. This is a fit tracker to track your steps and fitness. Access to your contacts is NOT needed. AVOID FITBIT!!!
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    • I received my GW5pro yesterday at noon. It was 90% charged out of the box, I started using it around 3pm, at 6pm today the battery is at 60%. It won't give me a week of use per charge, but 30% battery drain after 27 hours of use is not bad.
      Wouldn't the battery life get better after a few weeks of usage while it "learns" the way you use it and while the battery "settles in?"

      Be interesting to find out. Please report back in 2-3 weeks and in a month, please. 😃
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    • How often do you spend 5 days without access to charging ?

      The price you got it for makes it reasonable, sure.. It's the general trend of this company to keep raising prices, while always seeming to cut corners is what I was alluding to
      The more charges it takes to keep a device running, the faster the battery degrades.

      So a watch battery that needs to charge once a 1 day degrades 7 times faster than a watch that charges once a week.

      Means you'll have to upgrade your device earlier (so it might not really off set the Fitbit subscription cost anyways)
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    • Where does it say free extra band with Inspire 3? All I see is the 6 months premium
      Free band is only with Sense and Versa if ordered from Fitbit directly.
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    • Can't wait to get the Inspire 3 - 10 days of battery life is perfect and it has all the features in the charge 5, all for a cheaper price point
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    • Problem with GW5 Pro is that it's only got theoretical max of 2 days. Meaning 1.5 days at best in typical usage conditions. That puts it in a different market from people who expects a device with 1 week battery life.
      I received my GW5pro yesterday at noon. It was 90% charged out of the box, I started using it around 3pm, at 6pm today the battery is at 60%. It won't give me a week of use per charge, but 30% battery drain after 27 hours of use is not bad.
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    • Where does it say free extra band with Inspire 3? All I see is the 6 months premium
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    • ECG, Afib notifications, spO2 on Fitbit devices have all been approved by Health Canada. They are all on the Sense 1.
      If you are serious about ECG and Afib detection, the best consumer device is Kardiamobile.
      It would be cool if Kardiamobile could integrate the capability into an existing watch. The bottom sensor on the 6L needs work. It's not sensitive enough for me. Or I'm holding it wrong... 😐
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    • Fitbit is turning into OnePlus.. the prices are outrageous.. Apple Watch is far superior at that Sense 2 price point
      IMHO sleep tracking is important part of health tracking. Apple Watch is poor in this area.
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    • Where's the hot deal? Seems ice cold compared to the Samsung promos that just happened. I'm not sure about you, but I've got "premium subscription fatigue", you have to pay monthly to use a watch now... Just no.
      Samsung health features are subpar compared to what fitbit offers (that is the free fitbit features I'm talking about). So I think the target market is different.

      Having said, I own a Samsung watch because fitbit didn't have some apps that I cared about at the time.
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    • Are the "advance health features" (e.g. ECG-related ones) actually available in Canada?

      I am interested in getting my first wearable primarily for the advance health features -- ECG, Afib, SPO2, sleep apnea etc. (I don't know how well they work, but I want to try). I discovered that for many (most? all?) devices, many features e.g. ECG-related ones are not actually available in Canada, because they need some government health certification and companies don't want to incur the cost/work for an insignificant market like Canada. Can someone point out what devices actually have all those advertised features in Canada? (I think Apple Watch may have them, but I use Android phone.)
      ECG, Afib notifications, spO2 on Fitbit devices have all been approved by Health Canada. They are all on the Sense 1.
      If you are serious about ECG and Afib detection, the best consumer device is Kardiamobile.
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    • Does an apple watch last 5 days without requiring a charge?

      I am using a Versa2 and I agree it's not perfect, however, it still gives me 4+ days on a charge. I also got it used for $140 two years ago.
      How often do you spend 5 days without access to charging ?

      The price you got it for makes it reasonable, sure.. It's the general trend of this company to keep raising prices, while always seeming to cut corners is what I was alluding to
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    • Fitbit is turning into OnePlus.. the prices are outrageous.. Apple Watch is far superior at that Sense 2 price point
      Does an apple watch last 5 days without requiring a charge?

      I am using a Versa2 and I agree it's not perfect, however, it still gives me 4+ days on a charge. I also got it used for $140 two years ago.
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    • Looks like tech companies are finding it challenging to accurately implement new health features. A lot of the new smart watch features seem very gimmicky - monitoring stress through skin temperature? I dunno about that.
      On the Sense, stress is measured by Galvanic Skin Response and not skin temperature.
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    • Has battery life improved in fitbits at all? I love my Charge 2, but the battery doesn't hold its charge anymore.
      Every battery degrades from 100% capacity down to 50% within 2 years.
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    • Has battery life improved in fitbits at all? I love my Charge 2, but the battery doesn't hold its charge anymore.
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    • Google Nest sucks so bad... imagine paying $250 for one camera and then having to pay $8 a month or whatever to access the recordings... lmao. Go with Eufy.
      Imagine what, I'm living it, and now I can't afford a Fitbit premium subscription!!! Lmao
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    • Fitbit is turning into OnePlus.. the prices are outrageous.. Apple Watch is far superior at that Sense 2 price point
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    • I mean the obvious thing for Google would have been to bundle all of its crap together but no, let's charge separately for Google One, Fitbit, Nest, YouTube Premium, etc.

      Google Nest sucks so bad... imagine paying $250 for one camera and then having to pay $8 a month or whatever to access the recordings... lmao. Go with Eufy.
      I honestly considered buying youtube premium to stop being asked to buy youtube premium.
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