Fitbit Versa Smart Watch, Gray/Silver Aluminium, One Size (S & L Bands Included)

April 29, 2019 - Comment

Live your best life with the Fitbit Versa family of health and fitness smartwatches. The Versa Lite Edition includes core fitness and smart features like activity, sleep and heart rate tracking, notifications, apps and 4+ day battery life—plus bold color choices and an easy one-button design. Fitbit Versa includes all the features of Lite Edition

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Live your best life with the Fitbit Versa family of health and fitness smartwatches. The Versa Lite Edition includes core fitness and smart features like activity, sleep and heart rate tracking, notifications, apps and 4+ day battery life—plus bold color choices and an easy one-button design. Fitbit Versa includes all the features of Lite Edition plus music, on-screen workouts, floors climbed and swim lap tracking. Finally, the Versa Special Edition includes all the features of Versa, plus a special woven band and on-the-go payments with Fitbit Pay.

Product Features

  • Includes all Versa Lite Edition features plus: store and play 300+ songs, utilize on-screen workouts that play on your wrist and coach you through every move and track swim laps and floors climbed
  • Track your all-day activity, 24/7 heart rate, & sleep stages, all with a 4+ day battery life (varies with use and other factors) and a slim, comfortable design with a lightweight, anodized aluminum watch body
  • Use 15+ exercise modes like Run or Swim (Fitbit Versa is water-resistant to 50 meters) to record workouts and connect to smartphone GPS for more precise real-time pace & distance
  • Access your favorite apps for sports, weather & more and get call, calendar, text, and app alerts
  • Get call, text, calendar and smartphone app notifications when your phone is nearby. Plus send quick replies on Android only
  • Automatically track select sports & workouts with SmartTrack and use female health tracking in the Fitbit app to log periods, symptoms and more

Comments

Anonymous says:

it’s good, but.. Night Owls should just skip fitbit products. Picked up the special edition as I have a phone without nfc and decided “what the hell”.. So on to the review, pros, cons, etc.It looks pretty good and isn’t as thick as the ionic, gps via phone works fine when it works, altogether it’s not a bad product. I am going to list cons before pros as i feel they are more important when choosing a product.CONS:1) Fitbit still hasn’t deemed it necessary to provide any relief for night shift workers or night owls. Your day starts at 12:00 am and ends at 11:59 pm; no ifs, ands, or buts. Which means, step reminders can not be set for any hour range that crosses the midnight mark. I used to be a programmer before family health issues drove me to being a healthcare worker full time. It is NOT hard to change the code for time tracking, otherwise every time clock and accounting app out there would screw you. There is absolutely no reason for fitbit not to fix this.2) Sleep tracking on mine, with the…

Anonymous says:

I loved it at first until it went to perform a … I purchased the fitbit on May 1st and received it a week later when it came back in stock. I loved it at first until it went to perform a software update and failed in the middle and completely bricked the device a few weeks later. My device wouldn’t reset, turn on or anything. I called fitbit to get a replacement since it was under warranty and their customer/technical service is horrible. They walked me through the steps through email and then wanted me to take a video with the claim number in the video shot so they could verify I was truly trying to reset the watch and it wasn’t working. I sent the requested video to fitbit and a few days later got a confirmation that they would send me out a replacement. I received the replacement with instructions to throw away the defective fitbit. The replacement showed up in a barely padded envelope through USPS and without a signature required. I tried setting up the new device and nothing, I left it on the charge station over night…

Anonymous says:

Kudos to Fitbit on the new Versa! This is the fitness focused watch to get at a fair price! Had the Charge 2 for a while and loved it. Then switched to the latest apple watch at the encouragement of a few friends. While that apple watch was nice for the few months I wore it, I found I was not using a lot of the features in it that may have been why it was double the cost of the Versa. On the apple watch I found the battery would not last more than 36 hours and the phone app was no where near what Fitbit had in terms of activity and sleep tracking as well as just overall display of the many data points.When the Versa came out I said why not try it, hearing how slim it was and the extended battery life. It was that or go back to my Charge 2 that is also a fantastic tracker. My goal was to get back to the Fitbit app. I love this watch/fitness tracker and know this is going to be a huge hit for Fitbit. The app I love is now back in my life for the detailed activity and sleep tracker and the battery life is nearly as good as my Charge 2. I have gotten five days of…

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