Track fitness metrics and receive useful reminders with this lightweight Fitbit Versa Lite Edition smartwatch. Continuous heart rate tracking supports real-time exercise adjustments, while the high-resolution color touchscreen with durable Gorilla Glass 3 offers an intuitive user experience. Sleep, distance and steps monitoring delivers useful data. This charcoal-colored Fitbit Versa Lite Edition smartwatch has a maximum battery life of over four days for uninterrupted performance.
Compatible with select iPhone® models, Android phones and Windows phones
So you can stay connected while your phone stays out of sight.
Missed calls, calendar, SMS and social apps notifications
Keep you updated on day-to-day happenings.
Touch-sensitive LCD screen
Control the smartwatch straight from the display.
Anodized aluminum case
Along with a silicone watch band ensures durability and an elegant look.
Defends your smartwatch against submersion in up to 164' of water.
Wireless connection to your device
Bluetooth 4.0 technology provides a reliable wireless connection.
Tracks distance, calories burned, activity, sleep activity, heart rate, steps taken, sleep stages, swim laps and menstrual cycle.
Quietly alerts you to a range of notifications, such as incoming e-mails, calls and text messages, as well as upcoming calendar events.
For extended battery life. Charge easily using the included charging cradle.
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If you are considering an apple watch you should strongly consider this.
If your reason for getting an apple watch (or any smart watch) is really to track fitness, then get one of these. I did, fr the following reasons:
1. Lighter and thinner. I don't know about you but a lot of the full blown smart watches are super think and seem not ready for prime time. It's not a watch, it's a brick on your wrist.
2. Focus - this just does fitness stuff - although you can actually install other apps (I installed the Hue lighting control and now I'm Dick tracy).
3. Existing ecosystem - Fitbit has been around for a long time, and your friends and family might already be a part of it. I was invited to a "Workweek hustle" by a client and because of that I was motivated to get my steps in.
Battery - Battery life is supposed to be like 3-4 days, but mine gets about 2 days. That doesn't matter because it can literally charge fully while I'm in the shower, it charges super-fast.
Faces - I know they can all pretty much do this, but fitbit has a LOT of faces. I chose one I could read without the use of a microscope. And it was free.
It's also comfortable to wear.
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Ease of Use
4 out of 5
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It's a really nice, basic version of the Versa
I'm a clock face developer, so I have all three Fitbit smart watches -- the Ionic, the Versa, and now the Versa Lite.
The performance is just as good in the Versa Lite as it is with the Versa. The Versa has three buttons (one on the left, two on the right) while the Versa Lite only has the one on the left so It's not really meant to run complex apps -- just exercise functionality.
There are more differences, but instead of wasting your time here, you can click this to see them:
The biggest pet peeve I have is the fact that as of now, Fitbit really only lets you have one device paired with your phone, and therefore on your account. If you want to switch between devices, you need to essentially re-activate each one, each time you want to switch.
Once you get the hang of how to do it, it probably takes less than 5 minutes (really about 2 if nothing goes wrong, and you have an easy WiFi password to enter) but in this day and age, it seems like a silly thing to have to jump through two minutes of hoops just to swap your watch.
If I could give 4.5 stars, I would for that reason alone, but if it's your only smart watch, it's a great option for a basic level of fitness tracking.
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A:AnswerIt definitely does comes with a charger. I just got mine last Monday, and I was very confused about the charger situation too. It *seems* obvious that it would, but one never knows. The charger is really awesome, too, I might add. It has a wrap-around storage design so it's not a giant mess when not in use.
A:AnswerIt does not. That is one of the only few differences between the original Versa and the Lite edition (the only other differences that I am aware of is that you cannot listen to music on it, and it does not keep track of stair flights climbed).
A:AnswerYou can set multiple types of notifications to be received through the FitBit app. I personally only receive notifications of texts or incoming calls, but you can be notified of emails and I believe also calendar items.