Fitbit Versa is simply a best smartwatch I’ve used recently. It has each underline we wanted (a heart-rate sensor! and involuntary activity tracking! and text-message notifications!) though a treacherous interface or swarming app drawer.
On tip of that, Fitbit Versa is good-looking, passed elementary to set up, lightweight, and, best of all, pretty priced.
And it’s not usually a watch that creates Fitbit’s newest wearable so pleasing to use. Fitbit has an glorious smartphone app that fast becomes addicting. You can record your meals, weight, and H2O intake, keep lane of how many you’re sportive over time, and review your altogether aptness day to day. The app is utterly presumably my favorite Fitbit product — and best of all, we don’t need to have a Fitbit device to use it.
There was usually one thing that unhappy me when it came to a Fitbit Versa: Fitbit announced a new womanlike health-tracking underline when it launched a new products progressing this month, though it’s not accessible on a Versa usually yet. Fitbit says it’ll be entrance in May. Female health tracking is a many sparkling and innovative underline of a new watch, and we wish it had been accessible during launch.
Otherwise, we have probably no complaints about a Fitbit Versa. Its overwhelming battery life, stylish and lightweight design, and low cost make it my new favorite smartwatch. (Sorry, Apple.)