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Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch with Heart Rate

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About this item Use amazon Alexa built in to get quick news and information, check the weather, set timers and alarms, control your smart home devices and more all through the sound of your voice (third party app may be required; amazon Alexa not available in all countries) Based on your heart rate, time asleep and restlessness, sleep score helps you better understand your sleep quality each night. Also track your time in light, deep and REM sleep stages and get personal insights Control your Spotify app, download Pandora stations and add Deezer playlists (subscription required; Pandora is US only) With a larger display and an always on option, your information’s always a quick glance away (always on display requires more frequent charging) Track heart rate 24/ 7, steps, distance, calories burned, hourly activity, active minutes and floors climbed Works around the clock with 6 plus day battery life (varies with use and other factors) Get call, text, calendar and smartphone app notifications when your phone is nearby. Plus send quick replies and a voice replies on android only Operating temperature: 10° to 60° celsius. Maximum operating altitude is 8,535 m. Water resistant to 50 meters. After swimming or getting the band wet, we recommend drying the band because, as with any wearable device, it’s best for your skin if the band is clean and dry. We do not recommend wearing Fitbit Versa 2 in a hot tub or sauna

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Specification: Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch with Heart Rate

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1.56 x 1.59 x 0.47 inches; 0.16 Ounces

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1 LR44 batteries required. (included)

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

August 28, 2019

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10 reviews for Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch with Heart Rate

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  1. Michelle MorrisonMichelle Morrison

    I absolutely Love this Watch! I had a Samsung Smart Watch, I sent it back . It’s a very Nice watch if you want your phn on your wrist I guess and it’s not a FitBit . Theres Nothing Like a Fitbit Versa 2 Love that I can Use Alexa !

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  2. Jeff B.

    I’ve had various Fitbit products over the years, and have really liked them, and Fitbit customer service has been great to me. This is an upgrade from my Charge 2. The other watch I considered was the Apple 4 (or now 5), but it’s twice the price at $399. The Apple had a EKG (really ECG) that I liked, but was not sure it would be too helpful for me. And the Fitbit has sleep tracking a feature that the Apple Watch does not come with. And the battery life on the Fitbit Versa 2 is a lot better with 4-5 days vs. Apple’s less than one day (18 hours).The screen is beautiful, a HUGE upgrade. Lots of clock choices. There is an always on screen, but I chose to keep it off for now, it uses more power, and it’s a very basic black and white, simple screen. And not sure I always want the screen on, there are times like in a theater or in a dark room where it would be distracting. A big plus is you can turn auto screen off at night, so it does not come one when you move in your sleep. A very useful feature, that should save some battery life too.I needed to call customer service as I was having problems getting it added on my Fitbit app. Since the watch is brand new (released September 15), it needs the latest Fitbit app for it to work. After that was fixed, there was a bluetooth issue, but after turning it off and on, we were in business.A wonderful upgrade for me.EDIT: I want to add, the watch bands are so much better than previous one’s I’ve used on Fitbit watches. I’m guessing they are no different than those on the previous Versa, but they are so much easier to use than those on the Charge 2. (and I think they will last longer, I had problems with my Charge 2 bands breaking.)

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  3. T. Knox

    UPDATE (LOVE IT!):After a rocky first 24 hours with the Versa 2, things turned around. I love it! It has been working correctly since a day after the initial set-up. Don’t know what caused all the issues or what fixed them. I did not change anything I set-up in the fitbit app or my android mobile device settings. Perhaps the problems were due to everyone trying to download/update their Fitbit apps and new Versa 2 after the release. So far any apps that allow push notification to my phone will also push to the Versa 2 if I enable them. I used the older fitbit connect app to transfer music from my Windows laptop to the Versa 2 — no issues, lots of storage on the device for my music. I connected cheap Bluetooth earbuds with no problem as well. I can see my appointment from Outlook in the calendar app. It is awesome. On occasion, if I walk too far away from my phone, the Bluetooth disconnects, and I have to switch my Bluetooth on/off on my phone to reconnect, but that is mostly because I am too impatient to give it time to reconnect on its own. Alexa is fantastic – can use it just like echo and it works with all my other Alexa stuff. I should knock off one star for the complex set-up which does involve workarounds (for example, having to use the old fitbit connect app) and may be too difficult for some; but I love it so that I am giving it five stars.ORIGINAL REVIEW (The best when it works.):I upgraded my Charge 2 with the Versa 2. My Charge 2 worked perfectly – no syncing issues always stayed connected, and all my push notifications worked. I figured I would be safe from all these issues others have been reporting with their Fitbit devices of late. It took a few aggravating hours to get it to sync, update, and stay connected. I had to search the internet and apply all these “fixes” to make it work. They are not really “fixes” but rather workarounds, but I was ok with that as long as they worked. After much frustration, I finally got the Versa 2 working….for a few hours. And I must say that those few hours were utter bliss. The Versa 2 was AWESOME until it wasn’t. Then the syncing and connections problems returned. I will give it a week or two to be consistent; otherwise, I will be returning it. Perhaps Fitbit is furiously working behind the scenes to fix these new issues and send out a real fix. I can only hope. I will post a revised review if the issues are fixed.

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  4. MelsMels

    Love the watch. The size is perfect. The screen/resolution is crystal clear. The selection of bands is great (though changing bands is a bit challenging). The fabric band that comes with the Special Edition version is great. Classes it up a fit. Have also ordered a sport band to wear while playing soccer, swimming, etc. The device includes nearly all desired features needed for a fitness/smart watch. It does not have built-in GPS but rather uses connected GPS. Some may see this as a deal breaker; others will recognize the battery savings that this affords. And so far, the watch performance has been excellent.There are some reviews that describe Versa failure after getting it wet. I have successfully showered with the watch with no problem. I have not yet had a chance to try it in the pool. Based on the specs it should be fine, but time will tell. The Versa is not recommended to be worn in hot tubs.As Fitbit has long been a leader in activity tracking, I won’t spend time on those features. Compared to the Samsung watch that I’ve worn … step counting, heart rate info, calories and sleep tracking all seem to be in line with my historical measurements. A big benefit is that the Fitbit app is much more robust then the Samsung health app with significantly more data to analyze.The watch software and the battery consumption on both watch and linked phone need some attention. I’m still trying to determine the optimal settings to achieve a balance of desired performance versus battery life. With current settings, I can average about 3 days before needing to charge give or take a half day depending on usage. I’m currently using the always on display which is nice. It does consume some battery, but so far has not been too heavy of a drain to make the feature unusable.If you choose to use the music app to control music playing on the phone, then expect a massive battery hit. This functionality requires linking an additional bluetooth connection called Fitbit classic. It’s my experience that this connection continuously drains the battery on both the watch and the phone — as much as 20% while sleeping. That is with the watch in sleep mode and the phone on do not disturb. I have removed this connection and will control music the old-fashioned way. Note that this applies ONLY to playing music on the phone and not to connecting to bluetooth earphones.Another setting offered in the Fitbit app is “All-Day Sync.” This feature constantly updates the data — activity, heart rate, etc. — from the watch to the phone. Sounds good, but it also is a battery hog and I have it disabled. As far as I know, syncing can be done one of two ways — either via the all-day setting or manually when you open the app. I’m currently choosing to update manually. The developers need to add an option so the devices can be set to sync on a user-defined interval — hourly, every six hours, daily, etc. A setting like this exists for nearly every other phone app that requires data to be synced. Weather apps are the first that come to mind.I am a Samsung user — Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds (wireless earphones). I can tell you that the Galaxy Buds will not work with the Versa 2 watch (as of 11/26/2019). The Buds will link, but they will not play audio. Something to do with different types of bluetooth used in the devices. The issue is discussed in several online forums, but no word from Fitbit or Samsung if it will ever be addressed or fixed. The watch does pair to the S10 without issue and works perfectly well. All notifications are received timely and the bluetooth connection is much better/stronger than with my previous Samsung watch. It easily stays connected at 30-40 feet.There are a couple of issues that need to be addressed related to phone notifications on the watch. First, Gmail is the only client that is available as the “default” mail application. Or, at least it is in my Fitbit app. I can select to be notified by other email apps from my phone, but Gmail is the only app that can be set to receive “special” notification treatment according to the Fitbit app. Secondly, alarms on the phone (and I use quite a few) are NOT available to notify on the Versa. This feature would be a big plus to me. You can set 8 alarms on the Versa. However, each alarm uses some battery, and I would simply be duplicating alarms on multiple devices. For example, I would not remove an alarm from my phone as I may need it while the watch is charging or not being worn.To correct other reviews that I’ve seen, music CAN be uploaded and stored on the watch. The process requires using the desktop app and is a bit slow, but it works. IF I had wireless headphones that connected properly, then I could play music direct from the Versa without the phone.One other small issue is that weather info does not exist on the clock face by default. Third party clock faces can be installed, but I’ve found that they often require a separate setting for weather updates, which then only work if the All-Day Sync option is enabled. I’m continuing to search for alternatives to see what options exist.There are quite a few apps available for download and use on the watch. I haven’t found any to be all that relevant or helpful to me. At least not yet. But the platform and functionality are there to use if desired.Also, I need to mention that the Alexa integration is great. We have a heavy investment in Echo devices in our household, so to have the same functionality on my wrist is a great bonus.If, like me, you are apple averse, then this is one of the best smart watches available that I have found. And very affordable. At this point, I would rate it 8 out of 10. And I would certainly increase that rating with continued additions to and improvement in the software, connectivity and watch features.**UPDATE 12/9/2019**Fitbit released a firmware update a few days ago which added some great features. The Versa now saves your 5 most recently used clock faces and you can change them on the fly without having to go to the app. Though there are tons of clock faces to choose from, one of the drawbacks with Fitbit is that you cannot flag, save or otherwise have access to your favorite faces. You have to keep a manual list of the names or just remember so that you can find them again. There needs to be a way to store a list of favorite faces and apps so that you can access and install them quickly.Other updates include that you can now customize the action of the side button, the sleep score is displayed on the watch, the list of exercises to choose from has expanded, and by reports the heart rate data has been improved.So I’ve learned that one of the tricks to manage battery life and connectivity is to restart the watch after making certain changes, such as switching to a new clock face. You may notice that the Versa stops sending notifications or is not syncing to the app. I’ve found that after a quick restart, the watch works perfectly again. Maybe it’s a software glitch, but at least there is an easy workaround. And if you leave the watch alone, then these issues should not occur.For full functionality of the watch, including some features of many clock faces, I have re-enabled the All-Day Sync setting. The watch and app perform much better with the setting enabled. And unless I receive a ton of notifications or am constantly playing with the settings, I am now getting 4 to 5 days of battery life which is great. This could also very well have something to do with the recent software update. I am not currently using the always on display. I estimate that AOD cuts the battery life by 30 to 50 percent.Also, before you make a decision with the help of reading these spectacular reviews, you might gauge the quality of the reviews. This watch is by no means perfect and may not be the best choice for you, but you should decide that for yourself. Then return it if you’re not satisfied. This is an electronic device and there can be duds. Some buyers have expressed frustration after receiving a device that was dead on arrival. Completely understandable.But there are many 1-star reviews that are not from a literate source. A two word review that reads “hate it” is not helpful. One review reads only “no fitbit pay” which is completely untrue. The Versa absolutely has Fitbit Pay. Also, I’m intrigued that apple phone users don’t just pair their phone with an apple watch. Not sure why they are shocked that the Versa does not work as seamlessly for them as a product designed by their phone maker. Bottom line … be your own judge.As referenced in my original review, I have updated my rating of the Versa 2 to a 9 out of 10, based on performance and recent software updates. Hopefully my positive experience will continue.

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  5. bjo85bjo85

    This is awesome. I love the accuracy of the sleep tracker, step counter, and heart rate monitor! As a former Charge 2 user, this thing is loaded with extra “bells and whistles”, like Alexa built-in (SUPER CONVENIENT), ability to control Spotify/Pandora, cuts out the “middle man” i.e, your phone, when it comes to tracking water in-take, female calendar, as you can log all this info right from your wrist.Set your location in the app and get weather updates in just a swipe, upload your own personal music, pick from HUNDREDS of customized clock faces (even a Bitmoji one if you’re a Snapchatter).Reply to calls and texts right from the device. Use/customize your own 5 responses with or without emojis, or, speak directly into your Versa 2 and watch your speech-to-text appear before your eyes on the screen, with the ability to edit before you send.All in all, for having this for only 2 days, I’m excited to put it to the test as far as exercising, personal tracking, and seeing how far battery life goes after 5+ days.If you’re on the fence, just climb on over and buy this device! Fun, easy to use, and tons of replaceable bands to choose from to customize your everyday look!

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  6. Samantha Walters

    So I received this Fitbit on 02/29/20 and waited to write this review to see how it works for me. And here’s what I’ve experienced..STEPS: the first 3 or 4 days the steps were off, like it counted more steps than what I actually walked. it was ridiculous. But then it seemed to get a lil more accurate as the days went on. I also tightened the band a lil bit so that it would be more secure. And I feel like now it DOES count more accurately. Now it does count steps if you just hit it or swing your arm, but if you don’t do that too much while you’re sitting or caring things, then it doesn’t “double” count your steps. I’m happy now with that.SLEEP: It doesn’t seem to track my sleep too well. Like it’s not completely off, but its still not on point like I would like it.BATTERY: the battery life is pretty good. I can go about 3-5 days without having to charge it. I personally don’t like having a low charge (like 34%) so I tend to charge it sooner than I probably need too. So it can probably go about a week without a charge.NOTIFICATIONS: my messages come thru immediately. I always get my messages as soon as they pop up on my phone. And in the app you can change what you want to come thru on the watch, like I kept my txt messages on to come thru, but not my phone calls, and I can change what I want to come thru at anytime.APP: the app is good. it’s not super great, but it does what you need it to do for your watch. there is a premium option, and it does ask you to join, but you can say no and just use the app like normal. the premium just has more stuff to take advantage of, but I don’t really care to use it (or pay for it). You can add or remove apps from your watch thru the app. you can even download new ones to have on it too. there are free ones, and ones you have to pay.CLOCK FACES: the watch faces are cute. there are LOTS of options. but I found out that there are a selected ones that are free and the rest you have to pay for. its just like the phone themes on androids. you have free ones and then ones to that you have to pay for. But they’re all cute. I found a free one that I can put my own picture on to make it personalized. I like that a lot.I personally think that some of the reviews are from folks that have HIGH expectations of the watch, cuz I mean its not the Apple watch, so it is limited, but it does what a simple person needs it to do. For others, I think that maybe they just received faulty ones or they misuse it thinking its the watch.I’ll try to remember to come back in about a month or so and review how it’s going. But so far, it’s going good and I don’t have many complaints.Hope this helps !

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  7. MAC7

    Got my Fitbit Versa 2 this morning. I’ve been playing around with it all morning. Loving all the new features! Having Alexa on my wrist is great!

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  8. FullSpeedFWD

    Very happy with this smart watch/fitness tracker. If you are looking for a fitness tracker that has incredible battery life, a fantastic app, and sleep tracking there is no better product on the market. I think it is nice that it also includes some of the essential smart watch features like messages on your wrist and connectivity to control Spotify. The Alexa integration is also a nice bonus feature. However, if you are more interested in a smart watch features and care less about fitness tracking then maybe the Apple Watch is a better choice for you. I actually have an Apple Watch and prefer to wear the Fitbit because I think Fitbit really nailed the features that are important to me – fitness, battery life, sleep tracking, messages on wrist. Everything else I can handle on my phone but it is nice that the features I care about are done so well on this watch. Also, it is really comfortable to wear. I never take it off. One other feature that I think is important is the always on heart rate monitor. The Apple Watch only measures your heart rate every 10 min when you are not in a workout. I like having the always on tracking during the day so I can quick glance at what my heart rate is doing. As far as I know, you can not do this with the Apple Watch; you would need to open up the heart rate app on the watch to get a read. Just another reason why I think this Fitbit is better for my lifestyle. It does the stuff I care about well rather than doing everything mediocre like the Apple Watch. Just my opinion…

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  9. Wynne J.Wynne J.

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     Just received this product yesterday, the first day it came out. I have only had one Fitbit before and it was a pretty basic one a few years ago. Lately I’ve been looking for a watch to track my swimming during the day as well as notifications and have tried some cheaper Amazon watches. However, after going through a few of them for half the price of this and having them either break, dysfunction, or not be accurate, I decided to spend extra and buy a watch that seems to be much better quality. The big question for me will be how it does swim tracking and if it continues to function properly like it says it should following swimming. I like that I could organize the apps and download the ones that I like and there are so many clock faces to choose from it took me a long time! So far there’s nothing that I don’t like. The battery life says it should be about four days where is the cheaper Amazon watches lasted a few weeks and I hardly had to think about charging. However, this watch does so much more that I can see why it needs charging more often.I love that connected to my Apple AirPods with no problem and to my Spotify account and Pandora account! I can switch the songs and change the volume with no problem! The small band fits my wrist perfectly but it also came with a larger band. I think it’s cool that the New York Times articles have a little pictures and overall I’m very excited to see how this watch functions! I love that it connected to my Apple AirPods with no problem and to my Spotify account and Pandora account! I can switch the songs and change the volume with no problem! The small band fits my wrist perfectly but it also came with the larger band. I think it’s cool that the New York Times articles have little pictures and overall I’m very excited to see how this watch functions! In terms of the fitness – I love that it has on screen workouts word vibrates to go to the next step I also enrolled in premium so I could choose various programs such as intro to fitness and have a more personal approach to my fitness goals. I will update with how it lasts and works after I go swimming tomorrow, I usually swim for about an hour. And in general how the battery life is!So far so good!

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  10. Amazon Customer

    So I have a iPhone 8 Plus and expected trouble after reading several reviews. Shockingly I’ve had none. It connected right away, it syncs no issues, tracks things about as well as can be expected, it just does what it’s supposed to do. Overall I love this thing, it’s everything my charge 2 was and more. Tracking my bike routes, calorie count, no waterproof issues.. I guess if I had to pick something wrong with it I’d say it’s lack of decent face options?** updateStill no issues. The unprotected screen has taken some hits with absolutely no damage, the plastic around the screen has a few dings if you look for them. Band has caused my wrist to get irritate so I’ve taken to removing the bands and giving them a thorough scrub with some dawn and a brush to get in the books and crannys. I wipe the watch itself down with a cleaning wipe too. This has relieved the irritation so I do it about once a week. The thing is still awesome. The watch face options are pretty good but none of them have a working weather thingy even if they say it does so that stinks a bit. Battery life is great if you don’t use the always on display, I get a week out of a charge with it off and about 3 maybe 4 days with it on.

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