Fitbit Versa

Fitbit Versa

  • Operating system: Fitbit OS
  • Features: Built-in heart rate monitor, Vibration alarm, Gyroscope/Accelerometer
  • Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
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  • Operating system: Fitbit OS
  • Features: Built-in heart rate monitor, Vibration alarm, Gyroscope/Accelerometer
  • Wireless network (Wi-Fi)

2.7 of 5 stars

Based on 14 reviews

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19/05/2019
Good size watch if you have a little less wrists. Works well if you want to keep track of steps and easier training. At high intensity training, the heart rate monitor does not work at all, this is a wrong fitbit know about. I have also had trouble syncing my clock to the app and sometimes all the data disappears because I need to delete it from the phone and then find it via Bluetooth again. The gps that should work with the phone do not work at all well, ran a round of 1.4 miles, fitbit shows 1.1 miles - which means that the connection between the fitbit and the phone is not what one wants from a clock in this price range. In summary + stylish design + smooth and easy + works well in light exercise - The heart rate monitor is not reliable in high intensity training - difficult to sync to the phone - The gps cannot be trusted

Google

28/04/2019
Q
Qbone
Works great for me with an unpleasant 6. Good battery life. Sleep tracking works satisfactorily, can be a few minutes + - but okay. Always keep in touch with the phone and send notes very consistently. Got it restarted once in 5 months because of the notifications sent. Have had the sound turned off on the phone since I got Versan in Christmas gift, enough with the vibrations from the clock, sick nice! That it does not work to turn up the wrist to wake the screen works well for me, nothing I bother me but it is probably the improvement proposal I have, oled screen so aod would be possible. When I receive notices, the screen awakens automatically so that is no problem.

Google

07/01/2019
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ftiefent
I have replaced my Charge 2 with Versa and am very happy with the change so far. Being able to choose which apps (IOS) to notify from works great and is a lift from Charge 2. The pulse measurement works much better on Versa than on Charge 2 and fits in well with my Wahoo Tickr pulse band. The battery life seems to keep what Fitbit promises, ie 4+ days, loaded it after 5 days of use and then had 28% left. Something that is negative is the bracelet, which Fitbit sends with Versa, which is plastic, rather stiff and rather uncomfortable. I have ordered a new one in silicone which will probably be much more comfortable.

Google

02/01/2019
M
MonsterFish19xx
Senselessly disturbing that the clock does not "wake up" and lights up the screen when shaking your wrist. Not even when it is ringing, the screen lights up automatically, so you have to lift your arm and turn your wrist towards it so that the clock is lit and you see who is calling / sending SMS / other notifications. Moreover, it works really bad, especially when lying down. This unfortunately makes this watch completely useless and I will replace it with another smart watch that works more like a regular watch. Thus, one should be able to see the time and notifications easily. Unfortunately you can't do this on Fitbit Versa. For those of you who read this and have previously accustomed you to the simple smart watch Pebble, take a look at "Amazfit Bip". 1 month battery life and always on screen. Available in Inet for example.

Google

25/12/2018
Edited 29/12/2018
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Rodo20
Everything works as it should after the 3.0 update was a bit of a problem before but now both sinking, gps and so on as it should! đŸ‘đŸŒ. According to me, the best smart watch you can get in this price range!

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