The Fitbit Inspire is a great health tracking device, and it's an attractive one too. There are two Fitbit Inspire colors: Black and Sangria. Each one comes with a matching silicone band, but you're not stuck with just that band. You can get a replacement or alternative band that you can easily swap out. Some of the bands below come in a Sangria-type shade to go with the Sangria Fitbit, but all of them come in multiple color options so you can choose the one that best suits your Fitbit, and your style.
Modeled after Apple's Milanese Loop, this new-classic style band works just as well on the Fitbit Inspire. With seven colors to choose from, including the Sangria hue made to match the Sangria Inspire, you have no shortage of options. This band comes in two sizes; small to fit wrists from 5.3- inches to 8.2-inches, and large for up to 9.4-inch wrists.
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This basic silicone band comes in seven different colors, including the Wine Red seen here, which is intended to go with the Sangria version of the Fitbit wearable. It is made of environment-friendly, non-toxic, medical-grade silicone. This makes it both dust- and waterproof, as well as meaning this comfortable choice is ergonomic and lightweight.
This dressy stainless steel link bracelet takes your Fitbit Inspire to the next level. In addition to the Red shade intended to match the Sangria Fitbit, it also comes in Rose Gold, Silver, and Black. The default band is designed to fit wrists sized between 5.2- and 7.8-inches, but you can buy extra links to make it larger. Mix and match for a classy look every time.
These heavy-duty canvas fabric bands are made of very durable material, which means it starts a little stiff, but it gets softer with use. It comes in nine different colors, including the Burgandy shown here with the Sangria Fitbit. They have stainless steel buckles.
A simple, streamlined leather band is classic and very appealing to look at. This slender band is genuine leather with brushed stainless steel metal hardware. With seven different color options, there's sure to be an option to suit everyone.
Choose from 11 different silicone bands, including three solid colors and eight cute, colorful patterns. Whether you like plain and simple, animal prints, skulls, or flowers, Allbingo has you covered.
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Our overall staff pick is the QusFy Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet, which is modeled after Apple's Milanese Loop. It's such an elegant look, and it fits every outfit in every situation. It's never too much or too little. Since the band is a loop and the closure is magnetic, it will fit a wide variety of wrists. You're never stuck between hole sizes. Whether you're out running errands, at the office, or a ball, this band will look appropriate.
If stainless steel isn't your style, we'd recommend the CAVN Leather Band. The classic leather look elevates your Fitbit Inspire beyond a mere health and fitness tracker. While it's not a band you'd want to get very wet, you can use the silicone band your Fitbit came with for life's sweaty and watery situations and save this for more dressy occasions.
If your style is more whimsical, be sure to check out these cute Allbingo bands. Elevate your athleisure look or hit this gym with one of these adorable bands. Silicone bands are comfortable and easy to wear anywhere around the clock. Just because you're swimming or working out, it doesn't mean you can't have skulls, puppy pawprints, or vivid flowers festooning your Fitbit Inspire's band.
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Karen is a contributor to iMore.com as a writer and co-host of the iMore Show. She’s been writing about Apple since 2010 with a year-long break to work at an Apple Store as a product specialist. She's also a contributor at CNET. Before joining iMore in 2018, Karen wrote for Macworld, AppAdvice, WatchAware. She’s an early adopter who used to wait in long lines on release days before pre-ordering made things much easier. Karen is also a part-time teacher and occasional movie extra. She loves to spend time with her family, travel the world, and is always looking for portable tech and accessories so she can work from anywhere.