Oh No, the Fitbit Inspire 3 Has No Stats Heavy Clock Face

Last Updated: February 16, 2023 

Well, I'm coming from the Fitbit Inspire 2, and in my adventures of activity trackers, I noticed the Fitbit Inspire 3 does not have a, "stats heavy," clock face. 

I have the Fitbit Inspire 2 on my wrist with the, "stats heavy clock face," showing the time, steps, heart rate, calories and distance.
I have the Fitbit Inspire 2 on my wrist with the, "stats heavy clock face," showing the time, steps, heart rate, calories, and distance. 

What’s So Great About the Stats Heavy Clock Face on the Fitbit Inspire 2?

The "stats heavy," clock face on the Fitbit Inspire 2 shows the time, steps, heart rate, calories, and distance at a flick of the wrist. I'll leave a video I did with all the Fitbit Inspire 2's clock faces below. 

Where is the Stats Heavy Clock Face on the Fitbit Inspire 3? 

Well, unfortunately, I can't find anything close to the stats-heavy clock face over at the Fitbit Inspire 3's clock faces. Check out the video below for the latest clock faces from the Fitbit Inspire 3 from the date of the YouTube post. 

Does Fitbit Have a Feature Suggestions Area?

Some Thoughts

  • The Fitbit Inspire 2's, "stats heavy," clock face makes it easier to check on my stats at a flick of the wrist. 
  • At this point, the Fitbit Inspire 3 doesn't have anything like the, "stats heavy," clock face, and the only way to get to more stats on the Fitbit Inspire 3 is to flick the wrist (or pinch the sides) and scroll up. Not the greatest experience when out on my walks. 
  • The closest clock face I could find to the, "stats heavy," clock face was on the Fitbit Charge 5. The clock face was called "Slashed." I'll leave the Charge 5's clock faces below. 

  • The "stats heavy clock face on the Fitbit Inspire 2 is not perfect. I find the text size is a bit small. 
  • 9To5 Google revealed a blog saying the Fitbit Charge 5 has added two more clock faces. 
  • The Fitbit Inspire 2 looks to be outshined by the Fitbit Inspire 3, so, no one knows how long the Fitbit Inspire 2 will be around. I got a blog on Fitbit's Legacy Policy here. 
  • Both the Fitbit Inspire 2 and Fitbit Charge 5 have no physical buttons. I like the physical buttons, but it's not for everyone. 
  • Both the Fitbit Charge 5 and Inspire 2 get much more comprehensive when people upgrade to Fitbit Premium. I haven't dabbled into the subscription yet, but I will say Garmin activity trackers win in this category having no limitations to fitness data. (As of February 2023)
  • Looks like Fitbit might be working on a device for blood pressure. To fact-check it, just Google or Bing "Fitbit blood pressure patent." Something should pop up. 

Some More Thoughts

I've had my Fitbit Inspire 2 for over a year now and after trying out the Fitbit Inspire 3 and Fitbit Charge 5, I still have the Fitbit Inspire 2 on my wrist. Lately, I've been keeping my eyes open on other activity trackers such as Garmin because they don't hold any of your data behind a paywall (as of February 2023). I also heard rumors of a Fitbit Charge 6 that might be in the works. Now with the sudden explosion of AI all over the place, I am curious about what's going to happen in the activity tracker world. Well, I thought AI would not really affect my walking until the launch of the Moonwalk shoes by Shift Robotics. AI strikes again. Something like the Moonwalk shoes would flub up my Fitbit step count. 

Well, let's see what happens. 

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