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|Wrist Size||Fits wrists 5.5 to 8.7" / 14 to 22.1 cm|
|Band Width||40 mm|
|Band Material||Flexible Elastomer|
|Water Rating||5 ATM|
|Watch Crystal Material||Corning Gorilla Glass 3|
|Watch Operating System||Proprietary OS|
|Compatible Operating System||Android
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Altimeter, Heart Rate, Light Sensor|
|Dial Size||1.6" / 40.6 mm|
|Wi-Fi Standard||Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)|
|Bluetooth Protocol||Bluetooth LE|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC|
|Battery Life||Normal Use: Up to 5 days|
|Battery Type||Lithium-ion polymer|
|Battery Charging Time||2 Hours|
The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.
Attractive AMOLED screen with always-on option. Long battery life. Lots of useful apps and fitness features. Fitbit Pay. Amazon Alexa.
Screen isn't quite as bright as the original model. Alexa responses are text only.
I always understood why Fitbit made the $159 Versa Lite—it wanted to capitalize on the popularity of the Versa and give new users an even more affordable option that slashed all unnecessary features.
Solid, water-resistant design., Faster performance., New AMOLED display with always-on mode., Convenient quick-access menu for toggle settings, Fitbit Pay, and more., NFC for Fitbit Pay is now a standard feature., New voice replies for Android users., Good battery life.
Cannot download Spotify playlists., No completely hands-free way to summon Alexa., Still no use of the SpO2 sensor., Switching watch faces is a painfully slow and convoluted process., No integration with Apple Health or Google Fit.
Fitbit’s name has been synonymous with fitness trackers since its inception. But for the past few years, the company has also been branching into the smartwatch world to compete with the likes of the Apple Watch and Samsung’s wearable lineups.
Comfortable, lightweight design, Week-long battery life, Screen is bright and easy to see outdoors, Great fitness and sleep-tracking features, Voice replies are handy for Android users
Changing straps is still a huge chore, despite the quick-release pins, Always-on display is too simple and not customizable enough, Alexa integration is clumsy and largely pointless, Smartwatch productivity features are lacking
On paper, the Fitbit Versa 2 is a compelling upgrade over its predecessor. It features a bigger, better display, useful Alexa integration and refined software. It still lasts days longer than Samsung and Wear OS watches and looks pretty, to boot.
Attractive and comfortable design, Alexa integration feels useful, Accurate sleep-tracking, Long-lasting battery without Always On Display
Finicky connectivity, Unintuitive OS
I wore the Fitbit Versa 2 for more than a week and I enjoyed it. The Versa 2 is no doubt an improvement over the original Versa, especially on the display and battery front. All that said, it would be hard to recommend the Versa 2 to an iPhone user, given the Apple Watch Series 3 is selling for Rs...
Fitbit's Versa 2 isn't a huge upgrade from the original — in many ways it's just a modest "sidegrade" — but it still brings nothing but...
Lightweight, comfortable design, AMOLED and always-on-display, Microphone for Alexa and text replies, Fitbit Pay included by default, Outstanding 5+ days of battery life
Charging cradle is unappealing, Fitbit apps are subpar, No built-in GPS, Always-on display eats battery life
Affordable, Multi-day battery life, Native sleep tracking, On-device music storage, Intuitive interface
Offers few insights (without paying extra), Can’t stream from Spotify, Looks like an Apple Watch knock-off, Alexa is largely useless
In Versa 2, Fitbit has finally nailed the smartwatch formula, pairing a smooth, responsive OS with appropriately powered hardware. That said, some more apps wouldn't go astray.
The Fitbit Versa 2 provides you with everything you need to get your health back on track plus some very useful smart watch features!
I’ve long been a big fan of Fitbit’s products, especially because the company offers excellent tracking and super-accurate data. While I’m not working out on a daily basis, I do want to keep an eye on basic things like daily steps and sleep without worrying about accuracy.
I love this watch! You can easily see the time as well as stats. Tracks your steps, reminds you to move and celebrates when you reach your goals! Working as a nurse this is a great watch to have because it's easy to clean, waterproof, easy to see the time even in the dark (#nightshiftnurse) also you...
Really nice fun watch. Ive been a fitbit user since 2013. Ive seen some really negative reviews on this watch and honestly I have no idea what these people are talking about. I will admit I have never and will never submerge this watch. Love this!
I bought this Fitbit to help with health issues. I was skeptical at first but after just having this for a week i was sold. This helped me with all of data my doctor said I need to keep track of. Would recommend this. Way better the the regular Fitbit.
I purchased this Fitbit to make sure I get all my texts and notifications while in meetings so I keep my phone on silent at all times. I stopped getting text notifications after 3 days. I calledsupport and they told me there is a glitch and there is nothing they can do.
very functional, good data for my health, sharp design
This is my third type of Fitbit. Started with the first edition of the Charge, the upgraded to the Blaze, and now I have the Versa 2. So far this is the BEST out of the bunch. It has a normal type watch strap, and a much longer battery life. Screen is a bit bigger I think than the Blaze.
I purchased this about a month ago to replace my charge 2. I was worried about the larger size of the versa that it might be awkward or bulky. The versa is so much lighter than the charge 2 that it’s not awkward at all. The charger is so much easier also. I just love it.
I bought this 2 weeks ago and so far I love it. I wanted a smart watch but also wanted the benefits of a fitness watch. This does both. Works well getting notifications and I find the sleep tracker interesting. I recently went for a few runs with friends who had other smart watches.
I wanted a "smart watch" or at least something that told me the time accurately (like my phone does). The Fitbit also offered other features like tracking my steps, which I like. The face is large and easy to read but it is also larger than any watch I've ever worn before.
Good Looking WatchIt is hard to maneuver around. If you swipe you get what you are not looking for. Battery Life is ok. But...I noticed that if I stand completley still and just move my arm, it counts steps! I mean I dont even walk or step! I move my arm and it tracks at least 12-15 steps.