Fitbit Versa 2 review

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  • Fitbit Versa 2
  • Fitbit Versa 2

Specs / Features


Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date 28-August-2019
Size 4 x 4 x 1.2 cm (1.6 x 1.6 x 0.5 in)
Weight 38 grams
(1.34 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Gadgets Now

The 'Apple Watch' for Android users

from Gadgets Now

At a price of Rs 20,999, the Fitbit Versa 2 helps monitor fitness levels, workouts and pays extra attention to sleep quality. If you are using an Android phone, then the Fitbit Versa 2 definitely makes sense as it offers everything that you need-- connectivity, fitness tracking and even sleep tracking.

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At a price of Rs 20,999, the Fitbit Versa 2 helps monitor fitness levels, workouts and pays extra attention to sleep quality. If you are using an Android phone, then the Fitbit Versa 2 definitely makes sense as it offers everything that you need-- connectivity, fitness tracking and even sleep tracking.

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Expert Reviews

It's a worthy upgrade but the lack of GPS holds it back

from Expert Reviews

For me, the Fitbit Versa is frustratingly close to being amazing but I couldn’t make it my main watch without a GPS chip. As it stands, it may still be perfect for you. If your phone’s GPS is up to the task, then this is a wonderfully sporty smartwatch. It looks great, it lasts for days and it benefits from the superb Fitbit app.

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For me, the Fitbit Versa is frustratingly close to being amazing but I couldn’t make it my main watch without a GPS chip. As it stands, it may still be perfect for you. If your phone’s GPS is up to the task, then this is a wonderfully sporty smartwatch. It looks great, it lasts for days and it benefits from the superb Fitbit app.

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Digital Trends

The subscription smartwatch

from Digital Trends

The Fitbit Versa 2’s biggest strength is its three-day wearability on a single charge, but that’s not much different from last year’s Versa. Fitness insights and app support are limited — especially with music — and Alexa doesn’t add much value.

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The Fitbit Versa 2’s biggest strength is its three-day wearability on a single charge, but that’s not much different from last year’s Versa. Fitness insights and app support are limited — especially with music — and Alexa doesn’t add much value.

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India Today

Less costly alternative to Apple Watch

from India Today

The Fitbit Versa 2 is everything that you could ask for in a smartwatch. It is simple yet stylish. It is comfortable to wear for long hours and comes with a long battery life. It is loaded with apps and features that offer users best of what smart watches and fitness wearables have to offer.

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The Fitbit Versa 2 is everything that you could ask for in a smartwatch. It is simple yet stylish. It is comfortable to wear for long hours and comes with a long battery life. It is loaded with apps and features that offer users best of what smart watches and fitness wearables have to offer.

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iMore

Plenty to like, plus a little ambivalence

from iMore

With the Versa 2, Fitbit improved a number of things about its smartwatch platform, but isn't able to overcome a fundamental inability to compete with Apple's watchOS ecosystem, especially on the eve of the Apple Watch's own sleep tracking additions.

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With the Versa 2, Fitbit improved a number of things about its smartwatch platform, but isn't able to overcome a fundamental inability to compete with Apple's watchOS ecosystem, especially on the eve of the Apple Watch's own sleep tracking additions.

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Coach Mag

A solid tracker, now with an enhanced screen and Alexa

from Coach Mag

If you’re looking for a general sports watch with music that can track the occasional run or treadmill session, then the Versa 2 is OK, but even then the lack of built-in GPS and dim screen make it frustrating to use – I’d prefer to have the Apple Watch Series 3 on my wrist for runs in that situation.

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If you’re looking for a general sports watch with music that can track the occasional run or treadmill session, then the Versa 2 is OK, but even then the lack of built-in GPS and dim screen make it frustrating to use – I’d prefer to have the Apple Watch Series 3 on my wrist for runs in that situation.

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The Indian Express

Couple of clicks behind greatness

from The Indian Express

The Versa 2 is no doubt an improvement over the original Versa, especially on the display and battery front. For Android smartphone users, it is still a compelling option. No smartwatch comes close the Versa 2’s battery life or sleep tracking ability at that price.

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The Versa 2 is no doubt an improvement over the original Versa, especially on the display and battery front. For Android smartphone users, it is still a compelling option. No smartwatch comes close the Versa 2’s battery life or sleep tracking ability at that price.

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Ausdroid

Fitbit’s last flagship smartwatch before Google takeover

from Ausdroid

If you’re not already part of the Fitbit ecosystem this is not the time to join. Wait and see if Google manages to merge the best of it’s Wear OS with Fitbit’s well-known strengths in fitness/sleep data analysis and it’s app.

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If you’re not already part of the Fitbit ecosystem this is not the time to join. Wait and see if Google manages to merge the best of it’s Wear OS with Fitbit’s well-known strengths in fitness/sleep data analysis and it’s app.

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Cnet

A $200 smartwatch and fitness tracker with a battery that won't quit

from Cnet

The Versa 2 is a great hybrid of a fitness tracker and a smartwatch, but lacks built-in GPS which may be a deal-breaker for runners. It's still one of the best wearables you can buy for under $200.

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The Versa 2 is a great hybrid of a fitness tracker and a smartwatch, but lacks built-in GPS which may be a deal-breaker for runners. It's still one of the best wearables you can buy for under $200.

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Gadget Guy

Styling and smart

from Gadget Guy

The Fitbit Versa 2 is a smart looking, smart acting smart watch. The smart functions are implemented thoughtfully. If you use Alexa or Spotify, you’ll particularly enjoy using this watch.

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The Fitbit Versa 2 is a smart looking, smart acting smart watch. The smart functions are implemented thoughtfully. If you use Alexa or Spotify, you’ll particularly enjoy using this watch.

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