Tuesday 5 November 2019

Sign up process for Fitbit HPB fitness tracker Singapore

What is Fitbit offering as part of the Health Promotion Board (HPB) healthy program?

Fitbit Inspire HR which is their latest model of the Fitbit Inspire range. The Fitbit Inspire HR has the following functionality: Activity and sleeping tracking, swimproof, up to 5 days of battery, 24/7 heart rate, sleep stages and advanced calorie burn tracking.

How much does the Fitbit Live Healthy SG initative cost?

To receive the Fitbit Inspire HR you will need to sign up to Fitbit Premium for a minimum of 12 months. It is currently priced at S$10 a month at a total of S$120 for the year. It aims to give you personalised workouts and audio coaching.

Sign up process for Fitbit HPB fitness tracker Singapore

So what does the sign up process look like for the Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracer that is part of their Live Healthy SG initiative with the Health Promotion Board (HPB) Singapore. 

Live Healthy SG Starter Bundle

S$9.99 per month for minimum 12 months

Kick off your healthy living journey with one year of Fitbit Premium with a free Fitbit Inspire HR. Inspire HR is an easy-to-use health and fitness tracker with heart rate to help you track your progress and Premium turns your tracked stats into personalised health and fitness guidance to help you reach your goals. Ideal if you are new to Fitbit.

Inspire HR Colours available: Black, Lilac, White/ Black

Fitbit Live Healthly SG Starter Bundle

About Live Healthy SG

Live Healthy SG is a healthy population initiative developed in collaboration with the Health Promotion Board (HPB) in support of Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative, powered by Fitbit devices and Fitbit Premium. Uniquely designed for Singapore Live Healthy SG leverages Fitbit Premium to deliver customised programs, personalised health and fitness guidance and individual behaviour insights to help participants adopt healthier habits to achieve better outcomes in the areas of physical activity, sleep, nutrition and emotional wellbeing. In turn data from the participants will serve as a valuable resource that provides detailed population insights to HPB to inform future health programs that will benefit Singaporeans in the future.


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