Fitbit Versa Smart Watch

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Fitbit Versa Smartwatch

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.

  • Includes all Versa Lite Edition features plus: store and play 300 plus 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 plus day battery life (varies with use and other factors), charge time (0 to 100 percent): two hours. Slim, comfortable design with a lightweight, anodized aluminum watch body
  • Use 15 plus exercise modes like run or swim (Fitbit versa is water resistant to 50 meters, we do not recommend wearing charge 3 in a hot tub or sauna.) 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 called, calendar, text, and app alerts. Syncing range – up to 30 feet
  • Get call, text, calendar and smartphone app notifications when your phone is nearby. Plus send quick replies on android only. Operating temperature 10 to 60 degrees Celsius
  • Automatically track select sports & workouts with smarttrack and use female health tracking in the Fitbit app to log periods, symptoms and more
  • Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0. Compatible with iPhone, android & windows phones

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Fitbit was started in 2007 by James Park and Eric Friedman in San Francisco. Their aim is to lead people into living healthier and better lives and they do this through their fitness tracking devices. Fitbit’s debut into wearable technology was with the Fitbit Classic, which was introduced into the… – View Profile

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8 Reviews for Fitbit Versa Smart Watch

  1. Kevster5

    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 battery life on the Fitbit Versa already – this is with a 45 minute workout on each of those five days included. At the end of the five days I was at 28% remaining, telling me I had another day or two of charge remaining. The texts all come through, the watch rings when I get a all on my iPhone, the screen is crystal clear, the watch itself is very slim compared to apple(no bump on the underside), there must be hundreds of clock faces to choose from, and it has all the apps I could think of needing in the watch store (the store is already noticeably growing). This is the fitness trackerwatch to get. Very impressed and kudos to Fitbit for a well thought out fitness focused watch that is a true competitor to the apple watch.Just a quick comment on the setup of the Versa. I saw a few comments here about how the setup took 30 minutes or so to complete with an update. My comment is so what? I just put my Versa on the charger, used the app to update it, walked away, came back and wha-la – it was done! It hasn’t stopped since!Enjoy!

  2. Steve Moose

    Have owned this for a week now and can’t say enough good things about it. Fantastic smart watch that is about 80% of an Apple Watch for less than half the price. If you love the Fitbit community and want a waterproof tracker that adds a ton of smart watch features and has great battery like to boot, this is your Fitbit!

  3. sidinwonderland25

    I have had just about every Fitbit model out there. This one is by far the best version, with the exception of a few minor glitches. I like the feature to create your own watch face, as well as being able to choose a watch face that someone else created. I LOVE that I can swim with it on. I do not like the navigation of the watch itself. It is glitchy, and semi confusing. I also do not like that Fitbit has yet to allow the watch face to display the steps per hour goal. For office workers such as myself, this would be a really handy stat to have right on the watch face. As it is, I can swipe up to see my detailed stats fairly easily, however it will not stay on that screen as it did with the Fitbit Blaze. Therefore, every time I want to see that stat, I have to turn the screen on, and then swipe up and through the stats menu. Other than those few things though, I am really happy with this version of Fitbit. It seems to be a little thinner than the Blaze was, which gives it a more feminine look in my opinion. Overall great product!

  4. jpca50

    I like the choices of cloak faces. The steps and heart rate seem accurate. But the sleep function doesn’t work well at all. It, more often than not, shows long gaps in my sleep, 1 1/2 to 1 1/2 hours that I am certain are not right. Last night it showed me getting 1 hr 52 minutes of total sleep. I went to bed at about 11:00 PM and got up at 7:30 AM. I know I have periods of restlessness but they are -5 minutes or less. It is not possible that I laid in bed for 8 1/2 hours and got 2 hours of sleep. The Fitbit is not functioning properly.

  5. WCQ

    Update after 2 weeks of use:I’ve put the Versa through its paces over the past two weeks… 110 miles of walking (235,000 steps) and 400 flights of stairs, plus tested its waterproof claims. Here’s what I’ve found:- The distance/step tracking is pretty accurate without the GPS, nominally better than the Blaze, but with one exception. It appears to be sensitive to arm movement without walking. For example, I attended a concert and picked up a “mile of walking” just by standing and clapping my hands at the concert. I tested this a couple times. Just sitting and clapping or tapping my knees to music will add steps and distance to the counter. Couldn’t find any solution for this other than use the GPS function – connecting it to your phone’s GPS – as you exercise, which works well. But now that I know the issue, I can adjust my tracking accordingly. Since I walk with my phone anyway (for security) this is not an issue for me either way.- Stair/elevation changes track very similarly to the Blaze. My daily outdoor walk route includes some hills and the number of “flights” it tracks never varies by more than one on any given day.- It is definitely waterproof. In the shower, in the pool for more than an hour, walking in the rain. No problem. You can even read the screen underwater. Haven’t tried the ocean yet… that will be next month.- Without connecting to GPS and only syncing on demand, not constant, I get a good full 5 days of battery life. I find I have no need to have it continuously sync…. if I want to know my progress, it’s on the watch anyway with less effort than opening the phone app.- I have not tested out the music yet, though I’ve looked at it and the instructions appear pretty straight forward. Since I’m taking my phone with me anyway, I don’t need to have the music on the watch. I’m sure I’ll try it eventually.The bottom line for me at this point is that it is everything the Blaze was with a better interface, charging solution, and waterproof.I’ve had a Fitbit Blaze for 2 years…. it helped me lose 175 lbs over that time period. I replaced it with this Versa mostly because the Versa is waterproof. Other than being waterproof the only functional upgrades are (1) the ability to store music and play music directly thru Bluetooth, the watch’s ability to connect to WiFi (to do OS updates and download music) and (3) the updated operating system that allows third party apps to be installed and used. Otherwise than these it gives me the same functionality as the Blaze.It is a little smaller and thinner than the Blaze and because, unlike the Blaze you don’t pop it out of its frame, the control buttons seem easier to use. The screen display is much brighter too. The Blaze in direct sunlight is unreadable; this one is fine. Screen resolution appears to be much higher too.Setup was a breeze. Just follow the step by step directions on the app, which needs to be installed on your phone before setup. There are also some fine videos online that will walk you thru the setup too.I’ve taken it thru 2 days of activity so far (about 24 hours) and as I write this the battery is 83% charged. Sensors seem a little more sensitive than the Blaze.Some reviews complain about the apps or the watch faces. I think there are plenty of the latter to choose from and most are free. The one pictured here was free and I liked it because it displays all the tracking on one screen (and with a simple tap on the screen I can change the display color).All in all I’m happy with the Versa upgrade from the Blaze.

  6. anitisma

    I’ve owned a Fitbit for three years now. Started with the flex and charge HR, then a charge 2 and a blaze and now a versa. Which really is a smaller footprint to the blaze but lightweight. Look more sleeker, then it’s predecessors. Still with a HR monitor and more accessories than the blaze. Water proof is a huge rave now. The operation system and app is the same. With easy set up. Love the theme selections.

  7. astropm

    THE BAD: Only two complaints for the Versa tracker: 1) heart rate inaccurate (compared to an actual blood pressure device); 2) in order to get it to connect with my phone’s Bluetooth consistently, all other fitbit trackers had to be deleted from Bluetooth and fitbit app, which removes the ease of switching trackers based upon activity. THE GOOD: I bought the Versa to track steps, of which I’m satisfied. Sleek in appearance, and I like that it has many feature customization options.

  8. osalomo

    Great product, it is my second one I have purchased. It has so many features that I now don’t want to do without. I can read text sent to my phone, keep track of my exercise, sleeping and walking activity. I use the alarm clock all the time.. and oh yes tell time.

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