The Fitbit Versa Smartwatch review is done in detail in this JustInReviews blog.
Versa, a recent smart wearable device of Fitbit is considered as smartwatch by San Franciso’s health tech firm. There are lots of new features with less weight design, four days lasting battery life and other personalization options.
The earlier version of Fitbit namely, Fitbit Ionic was released recently and this quick launch of a new device because of the company’s motto to develop in its previous versions.
It is quite cost-effective when compared to Ionic along with customizable clock face options and female period track.
Cost and Availability :
You can buy this smartwatch which costs around 15,683 Rs. It is cost effective when compared to its previous version. It is available since the month of April.
The earlier version named Ionic was released in late 2017. It was released to replace Fitbit Blaze
which was costlier when compared to Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro and lesser than Apple Watch 3.
It is available all over the world in silver, rose gold or black with various strap combinations.
Design and Display :
Versa is just a higher version of its present wearable. Its appearance is completely new. The watch face design is squircle in nature that is a square with oval edges.
It is the best for the fitness freaks, it is very light with anodized aluminum case and angled design which is comfortable for few small or large wrists.
The power button is on the left-hand side and on the right side pause and finish buttons are there for workout duration.
The strap is easy to release and fasten and it also has a good grip and does not slip away while working out.
There are various types of exercises that can be done with the help of the tracking modes in Fitbit Versa. You can also Swim in the water wearing this device.
While running the device keeps note of the number of times you have halted and have been running. The only things are you might not know the direction you are running. There are various options for cycling, swimming, Treadmill, Run, biking, weights, HIIT, and workout.
Performance and battery life :
Battery live is low when compared to Ionic’s five-day discharge. But the battery backup also depends on the number of workouts and duration you do in a week. Even after keeping sleep tracking at night and a high or a low brightness setting and using it continuously for 24hours. It was tested that the battery had 70 % charge on the next day and 10 % charge on the fourth day.
Low Battery life when compared to Ionic
It is a bit cheap and kiddish.
This smartwatch feels very much lighter and different when compared to its previous versions. It has a good clarity screen which is bright and an enhanced heart rate sensor.
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