Fitbit Versa Smartwatch & Fitness Tracker Review
Fitbit Versa review
Fitbit Versa smartwatch Review
Fitbit Versa review
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FITBIT VERSA WATCH :: Live your best life in the new fitbit Versa Watch. Your all-day health and fitness companion runs on a multi-day battery so you can wear it 4+ days and nights without charging. In addition to daily activity tracking stats, your Versa also stores and plays music, tracks heart rate, makes payments, is swimproof, and lets you load your favorite apps. Track real-time pace and distance with connected GPS via your smartphone. Wear fitbit Versa your way by changing clock faces and switching the accessory band as your daily wearer is designed with a light, durable aluminum case, bright touchscreen and comfy band.
- Product Dimensions: 2 x 4 x 9 inches ; 11.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B07B48SQGT
- UPC: 816137029025
- Item model number: Fitbit
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
This is the Fitbit I’ve been waiting for!
TL/DR: After many years and many fitness trackers, this is the best one I’ve tried. It’s lightweight and comfortable and doesn’t feel weird on my small wrist. It’s also got great battery life, given its long list of features.
It’s super easy but it does take a bit of time
I just got the Versa few hours ago but thought I’d do a preliminary review since a lot of folks have had set-up issues. I upgraded from a Charge 2, so that’s my base line. I use the app on a Samsung Galaxy S7.
Does everything I want it to. Just a little upset that I went swimming with it and within 10 minutes after it stopped working. Literally went dead. Good news is Fitbit is replacing the device.
Good upgrade from a Charge 2
I read some of the comments and was a little worried about upgrading from my charge 2 to the Versa. I wanted a clearer screen with more customizable faces with readouts. Plus I wanted a little larger display, lighter weight and so on. I always take reviews with a grain of salt, figured I could take a chance based on a lot of other experiences. So far, all the negative reviews I read were either off the mark, incorrect, or just bad buyers luck. I have only really had bad buyers luck (lemon) once with an unrelated issue. I got the special edition for credit card use.
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.
I love this watch
I love this watch! It is awesomely intuitive with exercise even if you forget to put it on that mode. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles (or price tag) that the Apple Watch does, its a fitness smartwatch-not and entertainment watch. But people do mistake the design for an Apple Watch. It has a nice look! My wrist is small and it is a little big on it, but I really like it. You can see texts (but cannot answer them) and you can see and answer (if you have bluetooth) incoming calls. Guided breathing and coaching sessions. Timer (stop and countdown) and alarm. Weather, including extended forecasts. Reminders to move if you aren’t on target to hit your goal. Calories burned. Miles and of course steps. You can also download songs onto it ( I have yet to do this) Its like a power packed motivator on your wrist!!!! I absolutely LOVE this watch! It does scratch easily, and I would recommend a protector purchase immediately.
Comfortable, cool, easy to use. Some minor concerns, but definitely worth it. Best FitBit yet.
Very comfortable to wear, love all the watch face options (I went with a Star Trek theme), having physical buttons helps a lot. Pretty easy to use overall. Best fitbit I’ve had, really enjoy it overall. Only frustration is that the UI can feel a little jittery, Also, sometimes it seems to take a while for the bluetooth to connect/sync. But, these are relatively minor concerns. Overall I’m very happy with the device and would recommend it to casual folks who just want an easy to use, lightweight, waterproof, cool looking smart watch. Or, if you work out a lot and want to track your activities, it doesn’t get better than FitBit. Lastly, I’ll note that I was an Apple user for over 10 years, and recently gave it up to switch to Android. This is a wonderful smart watch for Android users – no interest in an Apple watch for me. Seems like more of a status symbol these days than a practical device.
I ♥️ THIS WATCH
I am a long time Fitbit user and loved using the Charge HR. I switched to the Versa because I wished to have access to more in-depth data, including more sensitive heart rate monitoring as well as improved sleep data. I have now been wearing the Versa for 11 days. I am pleased with my purchase so far. I still have a lot to explore in terms of apps and watch faces, but simply having a lot to choose from is great. I am impressed with the improved sleep data and heart rate monitoring. The sensor seems much more sensitive and thus gives me something closer to real-time data. After a little practice, navigation through the interface is easy to do. I have gotten my watch wet and have had no problems. The battery life is as advertised. Usually I use about 15% battery per day; I understand the battery life may worsen with time. The Versa comes with both small and large bands – I received the black bands. The band material is not as slip-resistant as was with the Charge HR and does slip off my arm and onto my wrist when I exercise. This causes me to lose some heart rate data while I am active. I will likely be seeking out a slip-resistant band so that I can receive more accurate heart rate data while I exercise. The band is the reason I am giving this product 4 stars rather than 5. Overall, though, I really recommend this product. Thanks!