Fitbit Versa

Fitbit Versa

Fitbit Versa Features

  • Activity and Burned Calories tracking
  • Heart Rate monitoring
  • Distance Walked and Steps counting
  • Automatic Sleep Monitoring
  • Water Resistance (5 ATM)
  • Four Day Battery Life
  • 1.34" Color LCD Touchscreen
  • Music Player With Storage

Fitbit Versa Specs

Basic Info

Wear TypeWristband
ReleaseApril 2018

Activity & Fitness Tracking

Sleep Analysis / Sleep Time
Heart Rate / Pulse
Oxygen Saturation
Stairs / Floors
Exercise Tagging
Smart Coach
Goal Setting
Inactivity Alert

Additional Features

Watch / Clock
Alarm Clock
Music Playback
ReportsActivity, Sleep

Smartphone Remote Features

Caller ID
Music Control
Call Control
Camera Control
Find Phone


Duration4 days
Battery TypeRechargeable Battery

Physical Specs

Water Resistance
IP Rating5 ATM


Display TechnologyLCD Screen
Display Size1.34 inches
Screen Resolution300 x 300 pixels
Color Display
Touch Screen
Gorilla glass


OS X / Mac
Windows Phone
Web Portal
Social Features



Sports and Fitness Activities

Best For:
  • All-Day Activity
  • Training

Fitbit Versa Review

The Fitbit Versa is one of the most loved fitness trackers available on the market. The gadget keeps track of your burned calories and activity. You can keep track of your heart rate and view the distance you walked. According to many athletes, the wearable has been a big help to improve their form, but is there more to this tracker—let us find out?

Pros / What Customers Like:

  • One thing that stands out for all users is the lightweight and compact design of the smartwatch/fitness tracker.
  • Swimmers love the new improved water-resistant design up to 50 meters allowing them to take it with them for a swim.
  • Users found using the fitness wearable great to use with either their iOS or Android device. Furthermore, they found the apps and watch faces fun and useful.
  • Even while there were complaints about the battery life clients still found the multi-day battery life better than the Apple Watch.
  • The fact that you can wear the smartwatch to bed using the alarm without waking up your partner is a big plus for all users.
  • Fitness experts found the Fitbit Versa comfortable to wear for weeks while running around at work and working out.
  • Professional sports users found the wearable for daily tracking and receiving notifications excellent. They found the improved music remote handy and only needs two charges a week.
  • For tracking sleep, the timepiece works well and keeps accurate data of your heart rate.
  • The majority of customers are pleased with the responsive touchscreen and the three buttons to use for notifications, music control, and exercise starting times with alarms.
  • Athletes cannot stop talking about the scan weekly progress to see their recent workouts and resting heart rate.

Cons / What Customers Don't Like:

  • Many professionals found the battery life to fall short compared to other Fitbit health trackers.
  • Users found the watch faces difficult to load and transferring music to the wearable has its limits and complications.
  • Joggers felt it needs an onboard GPS function to keep track of their running stats and found the charger a bit bulky.
  • The majority of clients did not find the Fitbit Pay as big as the ones found on Apple Pay and does not support certain banks.


If you do not have a problem with some of the shortfalls with the Fitbit Versa, the wearable is comfortable and looks great. The fitness tracker makes a good companion to help improve your health and comes at an affordable price.


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Expert Reviews and Ratings

  • • Expert Review by Stephen Fenech

    The Fitbit Versa is an impressive entry-level smartwatch that delivers a lot of bang for your buck. With the exercise tracking and apps on board, ... Full review

    80of 100
  • • Expert Review by Chris Barraclough

    While the Versa is slightly lacking in performance and some bits can be a little clunky, there’s no denying that the Versa is a seriously ... Full review

    4of 5
  • • Expert Review by the5krunner

    If you want to upgrade from an earlier Fitbit then you will be generally impressed with the new interface on the Versa; it looks great ... Full review

  • • Expert Review by Brian Heater

    It's not perfect, but the Versa is a step in the right direction after last year's Ionic misfire Full review

  • • Expert Review by Lee Bell

    The Versa has completely changed the game for Fitbit. You can now get your hands on some great fitness tracking features that all sync with ... Full review

    4of 5.0
  • • Expert Review by Fergus Halliday

    If its predecessor was the wearable that showed that Fitbit had the chops to make it in the smartwatch market, this is the one that ... Full review

    4of 5
  • • Expert Review by Edward Munn

    Fitbit’s Versa is an almost brilliant fitness wearable, but silly niggles and the lack of built-in GPS knock its appeal Full review

    3of 5
  • • Expert Review by Raymond Wong

    Fitbit's new Versa is a cheaper, more comfortable, fitness-focused smartwatch than its model for athletes, the Ionic, but it still can't compare to the Apple ... Full review

    3.25of 5
  • • Expert Review by Napier Lopez

    If you don’t need the most advanced smartwatch features – which, let’s face it, most people don’t – the Fitbit Versa an easy recommendation at ... Full review

  • • Expert Review by Mark Wilson

    The Fitbit Versa is far from a perfect smartwatch. It doesn't have the apps of an Apple of Google watch or the fitness chops of ... Full review

    4of 5

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