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The Fitbit Versa loses GPS support but also the high Ionic price. It addresses a much wider audience. It is not recommended as a dedicated sports watch, but it’s ideal for someone who wants to keep fit and have a healthy lifestyle.
Inside the Versa (Check on Amazon.com) box, you will find the watch, two rubber straps, and the charging base.
The Fitbit Versa is one of the most comfortable smartwatches ever made. This is because it is very light (only 38 grams) and very thin (11 millimeters). It is made of metal and it’s water-resistant up to 165 feet deep. The strap is also interchangeable.
The Fitbit Versa is a fairly complete device. It is equipped with Wi-Fi, NFC and of course Bluetooth. There is no speaker or microphone. The biggest drawback of a sports watch is definitely the absence of GPS. The fitness functions use your smartphones’ GPS instead. On the back, we find a very accurate heart rate sensor and a SpO2 sensor. There is also an altimeter.
The Fitbit Versa is equipped with a 1.34-inch display with IPS technology and a resolution of 300×300 pixels. The company declares a peak brightness of 1000 nits and we can confirm that the visibility is excellent and the presence of a light sensor means that the automatic adjustment is always optimal. You can awaken the display by twisting your wrist.
The Fitbit Versa is equipped with the new Fitbit OS 2.0 which has a new section dedicated to daily summaries. Sports tracking includes running, cycling, swimming, treadmill and weights. The collected data seems to be very accurate. Sleep tracking is also very precise and the data gathered is visible when you wake up. Notifications are always on time and you can choose which applications can send you notifications.
The battery life really surprised us. Despite how thin this thing really is, inside you will find a battery capable of reaching up to 5 days of autonomy.
The Fitbit Versa is sold for (Check on Amazon.com), a very competitive price for a smartwatch.
The Fitbit Versa loses GPS support but also the high Ionic price (Check on Amazon.com). It addresses a much wider audience. It is not recommended as a dedicated sports watch, but it’s ideal for someone who wants to keep fit and have a healthy lifestyle.