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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fitness goals

    Posted
    Mishka
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    So firstly I want to make it extremely clear that I use my versa for purely fitness the rest of the functions are either pleasant or I just don't use them. So if you're curious about payment apps, music app, basically anything besides the fitness coach, steps, HR, and water resistance this isn't the review you wanna read. Also I think it's important to note I have a Moto E4 plus and I've had no issues with syncing (I was concerned and I wish people with syncing problems had given their phone info bc that feedback helps other buyers and the manufacturers to fix any bugs in the system). So now that I've gotten those important tid bits out of the way. I LOVE THIS WATCH. So I had gotten some cheap wish one ages ago bc I wasn't ready to commit to spending anymore than even 30$ bucks on a watch (wish I did it sooner!). I haven't regretted my purchase whatsoever. It is pretty accurate with everything, I have noticed heart rate issues BUT that brings me to an important note that Fitbit did not include in their info booklet. With fitness watches u should be wearing them ofc non dominant bc it does track steps by gps apparently but also u have to remember it's probably measuring ur steps by how u move ur arms as well. With the heart rate you wanna wear it underneath that bone on ur wrist, I don't know why don't ask me. I learned that from my wish watch bc in the instructions it said that and whenever I have an inaccurate reading on there versa I'll move it down past that bone and sure enough it's reading accurate again. I don't understand why they say to wear the band so it's able to move up and down slightly, I recommend u don't. Obviously don't have the thing so tight but it works w lights and any light coming in through any gap will give u heart rate inaccuracy as well. Now besides that I really can't give it enough verbal praise. It really is an amazing watch and I recommend it for anyone wanting to step up their fitness game. I really love the coach feature and the Fitbit app itself is super nice. I love how much they jammed into the app, I do wish I could connect it to my Lose it! account bc it's easier to track food than on fitbits app but lose it requires u to be premium to connect ur Fitbit so I can't knock Fitbit for that. I guess my last thing to note is I don't understand people's issue with the clock faces, I changed mine and it hasn't changed back at all. Also been going 2 days now and at 80% which is day and night to my old watch, that crap would need to charge every night could barely last 10 hours. OH ONE LAST THING: whoever said this felt cheap obviously has issues bc this watch feels quite luxurious to me! Granted if u expected metal I could understand but even then the plastic does not even remotely feel cheap. I've already dropped mine twice on the ground (sweaty hands after my run bc I don't like to shower w it just seems gross to me since it does get sweaty under the band and ya know dead skin and all) and not a single scuff

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality. Simple. Elegent.

    Posted
    Nate
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    The Fitbit Versa is the best smartwatch I have owned and let me tell you why. I have owned it now for 8 months and have put it through a pretty good test drive. I am one of those people that leave it on 24/7. I hardly ever notice it's there and love that it is light and does not make my wrist sweat. I have had other smart watches in the past including Fossil and Samsung gear. What I did not like about the Fossil is that it was circular in design and kinda big. Plus I was worried about getting it wet or doing any kind of workout with it. My problem with the Samsung gear was that when I would get a notification it would send it to my watch and I would see it and then "dismiss" the notification only to pull out my phone later and see that the same notification was still there. It would make me think that I missed a text or a phone call when in fact I hadn't. It was annoying that I had to clear the notification twice. And again it was circular in design. With the Versa it is still compatible with my galaxy phone and it does dismiss notifications if I want it to. I can also do short pre typed messages. I shower with this watch on everyday and it has showed no signs of the water affecting it. Other than that I have recently swam with it on for more than an hour at a time. I swam in a warm pool and a very hot jacuzzi. I also spent a lot of time in a steam room. Non of these things have affected the performance of the watch in any way that I can tell or measure. I have also enjoyed this latest update that they did, it cleaned up the look of things and gave me more info that i could look at from my watch. I also like the period tracker app that they have on the Fitbit app. I am a man, but I am married to a beautiful woman. I like how my watch will tell me when "my period" is about to start so that I can be on the lookout and get some chocolates when they are needed. For any women reading this, you can also edit your period duration and log symptoms or if you are trying to get pregnant it will tell you when you are most likely ovulating. The other features on this watch are really great. It has an alarm clock and an interval timer and it even has little workouts that it will guide you through. I think what I would suggest to anyone that is on the fence about this watch is, buy it from Bestbuy and try it out for 14 days. You can return anything to Bestbuy within 15 days and get a full refund for that product. So you can use that time to decide if you want to keep it. Oh and one more thing. I really like the bands and the fact that they are so easy to switch out for any type of occasion. Thanks for reading my review and I hope this helps!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Fitness Tracker and Watch

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    WonderinBear
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    The Fitbit Versa has features that are found in much more expensive fitness track or watches. It has coaching and accurate tracking so that you can keep a good eye on your progress toward your goals and get some guidance on improving your workouts.. The watch is very durable with bands that can be changed. This feature was important to me because the last fitness watches that I had were replaced because the band broke and could not be replaced. The Fitbit Versa has a Low Profile and looks like a watch. It has multiple clock faces to meet your personality or eyesight, the digital clock setting is very easy to read on the go or while exercising. The notifications worked seamlessly with her phone. The music download feature is great from those times that you want to work out without carrying your phone. I found the Pandora app built into the phone to be particularly useful. The Fitbit app for your phone and your PC work very well with the watch. The Fitbit app also work with other fitness apps so you have a lot of flexibility in tracking your progress. I like the Fitbit app’s ability to track food intake, as a extensive list of restaurants and food items which are not constantly inputting information it also has ability to scan bar codes however the barcode function will not always work but manual entry is pretty easy and once it is entered you simply selected from the list it will also track micronutrient basics carbs fat and protein. The sleep tracking function has been incredibly helpful for me and has given me the information I needed to improve the quality of my sleep. This model is also water resistant, you can go swimming or boating without worrying about destroying the watch. However you cannot go scuba diving with the watch and expected to survive. This particular model however does not have the NFC pay capability. For me it is not worth the extra money as I would generally have my phone with me and it doesn’t bother me to tap my phone rather than my wrist. Because Fitbit is so well known in the market there is a lot of third-party products out there that will enhance the Fitbit Versa such as protective bumpers and screen guards. I always recommend as a minimum you put a screen guard on your device. If you’re active Murphy’s Law says you are going to scratch the screen if you don’t have a protective cover the Fitbit Versa has a lot of options in that area. Overall the Fitbit Versa is very durable, water resistant and an accurate tracker. After using the unit for a while I have not found a negative this is amazing because I am usually a nitpicky pessimist – Thus it earned a 5 Star rating its Well worth the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Fitbit i've been waiting for

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    Elle
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    Fitbit has always been a fitness watch FIRST, so it doesn't have all the bells and whistles that an Apple watch has... and it's not meant for it and it shouldnt be the reason why you buy it. It's for fitness and activity tracking and now with the new fitit versa (and ionic) they are getting into more smartwatch functionality. There are some apps you can add to the versa as well as receive notifications on the watch, but as of this review you can't reply to messages yet. Fitbit says that's coming in an update. You can sideload music directly to the versa using your computer! (so old school!... hopefully they'll get better with this one day too) and then connect your bluetooth headphones to it for real hands-free listening. you can also use pandora plus or Deezer for music.... hopefully bigger named music services will be added one day.... Bear in mind... fitbit is very new to the smartwatch game, the versa is only the second one out.. so there are limited apps and services connected to it now Design-wise... The fitbit versa is thin and very lightweight... you can barely feel it on your wrist. This is what sold me on the versa! I love it. Looks better in person too.. it feels and looks great on the hand. (get a screen protector for it tho.. i've heard folks say that theirs already has scratches on it :-/ ) the information on the watch is very readable and clear...not small at all. There are different kinds of watch bands you can buy and switch out depending on where you are going. Plenty third party folks are selling them now. Battery life is about 3-4 days. It charges pretty quickly too. I like to drop it on the charger while i take a shower so it can top up a lil. The fitbit versa does not have built in GPS (on either edition) nor fitbit pay (the limited edition one does tho... for $30 more) but since i don't run outside, leave my phone > , nor use fitbit pay, those are fine for me. If you need them, get the ionic (which was also a great product... i had that one before but got this one because of the design) I'm loving the direction fitbit is going with their devices... this one is definitely a good one

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very impressed with this Fitbit!

    Posted
    MikeKatz
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    I have been wearing a Fitbit since the beginning (Fitbit Flex). I've also used the Flex2, the HR and the HR2. They have all improved on functionality and features as they progressed. But the Versa is outstanding. Not only does it do a great job at it's core functions (counting steps and heart rate), but it can sync to my phone for GPS tracking of workouts, I can change clock faces (which also allows the data to be shown differently), I can read my texts and incoming caller ID, and I can make simple responses to texts. It feels lighter than the HR2, is more comfortable, and is fully waterproof (to a certain depth). The silent alarms are also adjustable, so if you use it as an alarm clock it will wake you up (my main complaint about the HR2 was that the silent alarm was barely noticeable...) It has apps, and the Versa can stream music to BT speakers/earphones. I am regretting not getting the "special version" to try Fitbit Payments, but maybe next time. My only complaint so far is the battery life. I am getting an average of 3-4 days before I get the alert that the battery is low, which isn't horrible. It only takes about 2 hours to fully charge, so I will charge it when doing computer work or watching TV. The HR2 would last 6-7 days, but of course it didn't have nearly all the functions. I cannot compare this to a smart watch, since I haven't owned any, but I would put this more in the the category of a smart watch than a fitness tracker. I strongly recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Really happy with the Versa

    Posted
    Greg
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    I've been using the Versa for a week now, switching from a Charge 2, and overall love it. Here are the top points in my opinion: - It really is slim and easy to wear. It almost seems smaller and less noticeable than the Charge 2 (The Charge 2 is a bit thicker). I wear it all day and at night and have no issue with it. - I saw one review that said it looked a bit cheap but I don't see it - I think it is another really nice Fitbit device with a nice screen, good band, and it looks like the pictures you will see online. - Battery is as advertised, it burns about 22-25% per day so it will be around 4 days of life. - One thing on size, if you were one of those people that would tuck your old fitbit in your sock while on a bike (as it doesn't register anything on your hand), not sure that is too easy to do with this being a bigger device. Not a big deal for me, but it is something that is harder to do vs. a Charge. - The touchscreen is very responsive and quick Some improvement areas: - The app store is a nice add but now everything is an "app" and there are two things I don't like with it. First, seeing all of your Fitbit stats is available in the Fitbit Today app which you swipe up to see, but there is a minor lag in launching the app. For prior Fitbits, being able to cycle through your steps, floors, heart rate, etc. was immediate. Second, alarms can only be set on the watch, not through the Fitbit app on your phone or the Fitbit website. Not a huge deal, but not sure why this changed as I usually would set alarms through the iOS app before. - Not an issue with the Versa but now that Fitbit has bigger displays, they really need to approve the change to allow "quiet" times on the "Raise to wake" feature. I love having that on during the day but at night as you move, the watch screen enables and it is too bright at night. This wasn't a huge deal with the Charge HR, became a little bigger issue with the Charge 2 and now needs to be fixed. Overall, if you are a Fitbit fan and like the looks and idea of the Versa watch, you will love it. I was on the fence on if I would like it as I am not a watch fan at all, but I love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    It's pretty great

    Posted
    erkelbot
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    Top line: It's a great device. It's a smart watch that doesn't reach to try to be something it's not designed to be. It nails the fitness aspect by boasting accurate optical HR readings for all activities I've tried so far, and also allows users to customize what notifications they want to receive from their Versa. It'll work with Google Maps, messaging, Etrade, NY Times, and a whole lot more. And the FitBit app is second to none in the fitness space... Note: FitBiot did have a small fumble with the App Store crashing the first week of launch, which was a frustrating experience. Now that this functionality has been restored, and the software on the device is running as it should with updates, all is well and stable. The really good: The battery, the looks, the onboard memory for music, the touch sensitivity, the HR accuracy. It also has a low-profile elevation off the wrist with the new HR sensor (no real bump). The less good (but still good/fine): FitBit pay is only supported by some banks. I'm sure this will come in time. The Versa lacks GPS. For some hardcore runners or cyclists, this may be a deal-breaker. But for me, I am fine with sidestepping this feature. Most other mid-range fitness watches lack onboard music, so that'll leave you brining your phone anyway (or a music device). I'm fine having the Versa estimate my distance when I want to leave the phone behind, but I'm good also bringing the phone with for most activities. What really matters is HR accuracy, and I've found the measurements to be very good with the new FitBit HR sensor integrated. All of that said, my consideration set was as follows: Garmin Vivosport, Garmin Vivoactive 3, Apple Watch Series 2/3, FitBit Ionic. I think the Versa is the best blend of aesthetics, functionality, smart watch appeal, and app ecosystem. I'm a happy dude.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    EVERYTHING I wanted...

    Posted
    BeezLouise
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    I'm an avid FitBitter, since Spring 2015. I just upgraded from the Blaze to the Versa. I was so disappointed with the looks of the Ionic (not to mention size!) and I just knew, in the back of my mind, to wait. There HAD to be a "waterproof Blaze 2" coming out, I told myself... Well! Talk about patience being a virtue, I'm well rewarded by my wait! The Versa set up SO easily, it took a half hour to set up, but it told me this at the get-go. literally said make sure you've approx. 30 minutes. That's about all she took, and I'm up and running! Got "Nothing Special" as my first clockface, it loaded quickly and with no problems. I have not loaded my music on yet, but HAVE used it to control the music on my phone with perfect success! downloaded the calculator app, and the water logging app- thrilled to log my water via my watch! :) The 1.000 nit screen... idk what a "nit" is as far as electronics, but Woooooo! 1,000 nits! :D The grey band is very light-grey, and SO soft to the touch! This? Is the soft, comfortable, *waterproof* Fitbit of my dreams!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fitbit > Samsung Gear Sport

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    Hayleyy
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    I love my samsung products (phone, tablet, TV) but after using the Samsung gear sport for about a year, I HAD to go back to Fitbit. The workout detection, HR monitoring, sleep monitoring, floor tracking, and all around fitness tracking aspects are all much better with Fitbit! The HR monitoring is far more accurate and also measures continuously, Samsung gear sport does not monitor continuously and more often than not is unable to measure HR at all, if you move your wrist even a little, or your wrist is sweaty/ dirty. The Samsung gear sport was a better smart watch (as advertised) with the ability to text back to any message using T9 function on the tiny screen. It operates as a tiny version of your phone, minus some things like browsing the web and searching call logs, etc. But you can open and read messages and whole conversations which was convenient some times. Whereas the Fitbit Versa can only respond to messages as they come in with preselected quick messages. I didn't use those smart watch functions as much as I anticipated, and was much more interested in the fitness tracking aspect of a watch, that is why I prefer my Fitbit. Also, the food logging is far superior to the Samsung health food logging because you can scan barcodes instead of searching manually! I haven't found a barcode that the app doesn't know yet, and I use some pretty off the wall protein powders and supps. The ability to have so many different types of challenges and converse inside the Fitbit app is phenomenal! Very motivational, it's a community of Fitbit users. In general, for my fitness needs this watch works better than others I've tried. It still functions as a smart watch with basic functions which is all I need.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Fitness Tracker with some added smarts

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    trailblazer15
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    I feel like Fitbit could do way more in terms of being a smartwatch with the Fitbit Versa. It runs Fitbit OS which is a pro as well as a con. It's optimized fairly well so the battery life is good and it's smooth, the only downside is the lack of apps. Developers don't want to develop for more platforms then they have to, hence why they will never have as many apps as Google Wear OS Watch or the Apple Watch. This is the biggest downfall to me, because I have everything Google so it would be nice to be able to have an app for Play music and google assistant but that will never happen on a Fitbit smartwatch as it's geared more towards fitness/health tracking and not a smartwatch. Overall though it's an excellent fitness tracker. The added smarts include Weather, app notifications and can reply to messages with simple responses. The biggest thing I love is that you can get 2-factor authentication prompts on the watch for things like Microsoft Authenticator and can approve or deny right on the watch which is awesome. Sleep tracking and other fitness data tracking seems to work well. Overall excellent fitness tracker with some added smarts, but it is nowhere near as smart as actual smartwatches. If you care more about the fitness data, get this, if you care more about smart stuff, get an Google Wear OS Watch or Apple Watch that can do some fitness tracking but not as extensive as the Fitbit.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great fitness tracker!

    Posted
    JimmyMac815
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    I'm relatively new to fitness trackers, started using them about 6 months ago. This Versa gave me more 'smart watch' features that were missing on my Polar A370 (which was a solid performing tracker). *Appearance/fit: I like the clean, basic look of this watch. The simple band is comfortable and has never came undone while being used. There are several options for band upgrades on the internet, if the style or fit doesn''t work for you. The biggest advantage of this watch is its light weight. I often forget I have it on. *Battery life is excellent. I get about 4 days of use per charge. The watch and the app on your phone give warnings of low battery levels (given in percentage of life). I have found that at the 25% warning, I can finish my day without worry. *Heart rate readings are pretty accurate. I have checked against 3 other devices (other tracker, chest strap type, and built-in on treadmill) at the same time. Results never varied by more than 2 bmp. I'm ok with that. *I like getting notifications on the watch. You respond to text using 5 pre determined responses, which you can edit/create on your own. There is a moderate amount of apps available to install, but I haven't tried very many of them.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love it

    Posted
    MamaJ
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    About time they made a Fitbit that was waterproof! Love the functionality of this watch. Nice colors. It’s most useful when synced to Fitbit App but I’m guilty about NOT doing this. App is pretty awesome too. Wished they did a continuous scroll for the exercise options. The “workout” and “treadmill” modes are near the end and I can’t scroll backwards making it longer to access. =\ This is more of an annoyance especially when you’re trying to fit in a quick workout. Battery lasts for about 4 days depending on how many alarms or notifications you use. I do love the alarm bc it just vibrates and there is NO SOUND. This is awesome when you don’t want to wake up a sleeping spouse. Not liking the band bc it’s a pain to take off. I originally got a bumper guard for it but stopped using it bc the sheer difficulty in locking the spring lever on the band back in place. Definitely recommend a tempered glass protective screen. The screen dings and scratches super duper easy. The protective screens are like about $8-10 on Amazon and you get 2 and totally worth it considering price of watch. I almost got the iWatch instead, but I didn’t like the dial. The iWatch was also $50 more than the Versa. Still happy with my choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Right Choice

    Posted
    CaptCosmic
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    I was searching for a replacement to my worn out Garmin (non-replaceable band), The Garmin had been a great fitness band but I wanted more versatility and a lower profile. I searched through the reviews, ratings and feature comparisons and found that the Fitbit Versa had the features and specs I wanted most. 1. Its water proof unless your going diving then its not 2, I counts stairs accurately 3. Heartrate w/o a band 4. Counts steps 5 Has some coaching built in 6. Can control my music, email and notifications 7. And is readable, you can see the message w/o a microscope 8, Tracks multiple activities. 9. Replaceable band This model does not have NFC payment capabilities the next model up does but I was not looking for a wallet on my wrist so I saved the cash. I purchased a screen protector (highly recommened on any fitness watch) I love the move, exercise reminders and alarm functions. The Versa app sync's seamlessly with other fitness apps but the Fitbig app is pretty complete. Overall, when looking at the features vs price I chose the Versa and I am happy with my choice. It has all the important features and the price is great. I should note that I have a Sony Android phone so the review is based on the Android/Sony

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    It's Great!

    Posted
    AutoDetailer
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    I spent a lot of time looking at other smartwatches. I'm so glad I went with the Versa. This is my 3rd Fitbit. I like the sleep tracking and didn't want to give it up. I have had the watch for 2 weeks. It charges quickly (about the time it takes me to shower). The charge does last a few days which is another reason I chose this watch. I didn't want to charge it everyday! I have used the exercise app when running and walking. I entered my Strava info into the Fitbit app on my phone and my exercises sync between Fitbit and Strava without having to manually start Strava. Notifications are much easier to see than on my Alta. If I miss seeing a text I can swipe down from the top and the message will show again. I like that feature. It was hard to see text messages on my Alta and many times they were too long to show everything. The Versa shows the entire text and will show emojis. I read some negative reviews about the watch and band looking cheap. I disagree. I love how it looks on my wrist. It is quite pretty.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Watch

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    Guzziman18
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    I bought two of these. One was a gift for my little brother and the other was a gift for my husband. My brother and husband don’t use the music feature on the watch, so I can’t really speak on that. They love the heart rate feature of the watch, it’s pretty accurate as well. My brother has tried the GPS on the watch, he says it’s not as accurate as he would want. Also if you live the boonies and like to run in the woods, there’s a chance the GPS on the watch won’t work. My husband uses the text messaging feature and loves it! He’s a busy man and doesn’t always have his phone on him. He’s able to screen his text messages on his watch and reply to the urgent ones. He doesn’t like the reply feature on the watch; the feature is limited and the watch is tiny. My husband isn’t a huge man, but he’s decently big. The watch is so tiny, it looks like a spec of dust on his wrist. (Exaggerating a little bit, but you get the idea.) On the other hand, the watch fits perfectly on my 16 year old brother. Overall it’s a good watch.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great fitness tracker with some Smart features

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    KenF
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    Wanted a Smart fitness tracker to better track my workouts. Upgraded from the Fitbit Charge. Was torn between an Apple Watch 3 or 4 and this Versa. For what I needed, I just couldn’t justify spending that much extra for apps that I would probably never use. I also like the battery life on the Versa better because I keep track of my sleep patterns and the Apple needs to be charged each night. One thing to beware: There is a chip on the lower edge of the watch face. I didn’t notice it when I unboxed it but saw it the next day. I don’t think I bumped it but I can’t rule it out so I am not returning it. May affect the water resistance but I don’t plan on swimming or showering with it anyway. Just look yours over as soon as you open the box to avoid my misfortune. All in all I am very satisfied with my purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An AMAZING Watch

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    Jessica
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    I just bought this Fitbit to replace my Apple watch that started glitching and shutting off for no reason. ANYWAY, this watch is so awesome!! For starters, it's super light! I forget I even have it on at times. It tracks so much, from steps to your sleep. It's so nice and the app is just as convenient and well set-up; it even allows you to track macros!! As an awesome bonus, the battery lasts 5 days! The only thing that bums me out is the way you have to go about changing your watch face, I don't feel you should have to pay or go outside of FitBit's brand to get the one that suits your needs (an analogic for me and vital taking at clinicals) Another thing to keep in mind is, that this watch is powered by Android, therefore, though you can read and press answer or decline on your watch, you have to do the typing and talking on your iPhone. In the end, I 100% love this watch and almost wish I'd switched from my Apple watch sooner...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Bought it for my daughter for Christmas

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    fbsw
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    I bought the fitbit for my daughter for Christmas as she's been saying she wants one. Little did either of us know what a fantastic gift it would be. My daughter works in restaurants and has always been curious about how many miles she clocks on any given shift. The fitbit goes so far beyond that...it has completely changed her relationship with food. It is her personal coach cheering her on to meet goals she has set for herself. She logs in everything she eats and can now really see what the breakdown is with the food and correlate daily how she's feeling with what she's eaten, (or hasn't) on any given day. She also got herself a gym membership and the fitbit encourages her to want to go simply because of all the information is gives her about how her body is changing. It's an amazing little gadget that literally has the technology to completely change one's relationship with their body, food and overall health.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Worthy opponent for Apple Watch

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    StepsRising
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    I had a Fitbit back when they first came out and really liked the interface even back then. I eventually changed to an Apple Watch (1st Series) because I was tired of wearing a watch on one wrist and step counter on the other, and wanted to combine them. The Apple Watch worked great, but I didn't like the Health App as much as the Fitbit steps interface. In this first attempt at a "Smartwatch", Fitbit did a great job. While it might not have all the functionality of the Apple Watch, it does everything I need it to do - counts steps, tracks exercise, receives text messages and alerts. It's also very nice looking and I've gotten quite a few compliments about it. A full charge will normally last me about 2 days, and the charging is quick and easy. Have had it for about a month now with no complaints whatsoever. If you want mega-functionality, I would recommend Apple (for Iphone) or Samsung (for Android) smart watch options. But if you are simply looking for a very nice, high quality, user-friendly smart watch, then I highly recommend the Versa!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love the Versa

    Posted
    Ruth
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    I find the Fitbit Versa to be easy to use. It is easy to change the watch face. I found a watch face that has the day, month and date and it changed quickly and easily, and so far, has kept time accurately. The heart rate monitor is accurate. I find it easy to turn apps on & off, and change which days I want to receive a wake-up alarm. It's comfortable to wear and in my opinion, it charges quickly, if the battery isn't too low. Even at 25% charge, I was satisfied with the length of time it took to charge the battery to 100%. I do not have music on my Versa and do not have it linked to my phone or other devices. The rose gold case is very subtly colored. At first I thought the peach colored band was a little bright, but after wearing the Versa for several days, I like the color. The Fitbit app has a small learning curve, but I'm able to use it without much trouble. Sometimes it takes several attempts to get the first Sync of the day to run, but after that, it functions well. I'm considering buying a second Versa in the same colors, to be sure I always have a tracker that I like and is easy to use.

    I would recommend this to a friend