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Fitbit Versa Special Edition Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelVersa - Special Edition
DateApr 2018
Display typeLCD
Display size (HxV)24 x 24 mm
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery life (max)96 h
Charging time2 h
Rechargeable batteryYes
Watch case colourRose Gold
Watch case materialAluminium
Band colourLavender
Band materialWoven
Band sizeS/L
Wrist size range139.7 - 220.9 mm
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid, Windows Phone, iOS
Heart rate monitorYes
Vibrating motorYes
Ambient light sensorYes

Reviews of Fitbit Versa Special Edition
Reviewed on 2019-09-10
Slim and comfortable design, Very capable fitness and health tracking, Strong battery life, Attractive watch faces, Appealing price
Bland design, Screen looks small with thick bezel, No built-in NFC or GPS, Awkward charging dock, Limited app support
Lifewire / Andrew Hayward Slim and comfortable design Very capable fitness and health tracking Strong battery life Attractive watch faces Appealing price Bland design Screen looks small with thick bezel No built-in NFC or GPS Awkward charging dock Limited...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-29
Practical and lightweight design, Accurate tracking, Good battery life, Smooth user experience
No built-in GPS tracker, Proprietary charger, Limited app support, Photos by Raj Rout, ShareTweet, Facebook Comments
Here's a disclaimer first: I'm not a big fan of smartwatches… and not because I don't like keeping my wrists empty. It's because after using quite a few smartwatches over the years, I've never figured out their value proposition as devices that reduce the...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-28
Display is bright, easy to read outside, Fitbit OS 2.0 is a big improvement, Solid fitness and sleep tracker overall, $200 is a great entry-level price, 2.5GB of storage for music, 5ATM water resistance, Fitbit app is user friendly, Plenty of customizatio...
Fitbit Pay available on special edition models only in U.S, No notification interaction (for now), Transferring music to the watch is a headache, Lacking notable software features and apps compared to competition, Swapping watch bands can be frustrating...
If you were disappointed by Fitbit's first smartwatch offering, you aren't alone. Many had high expectations for the Ionic, but it was too expensive and bulky to appeal to a wide audience. Fitbit knows this, and launched yet another smartwatch — the Fitb...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-07
Score: 79%Last week, I unpacked and set up the Fitbit Versa, one of the remaining smartwatches with 'full' Windows 10 Mobile support. All went pretty well, though there were some questions about detailed functionality and logging. With a few more days...
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Reviewed on 2018-07-12
While Google continues to figure out what is going on with Wear OS, other smartwatch OEM's have stepped up their game. This includes Fitbit, which has released two dedicated smartwatches in as many years with the Fitbit Versa and Ionic.READ MORE: Fitbit...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-18
Solid battery life, nice display, good set of fitness tracking features,
Limited smart features, no built-in GPS
While the Versa did build a bit on its predecessor, the Fitbit Ionic, it still isn't quite enough to earn an award. It performs respectably well, but somewhat fails to distinguish itself from the other timepieces we have tested. It does have respectable b...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-07
Light and comfortable, Great battery life, Bright and colorful display, Userfriendly software, 5ATM water resistance, Works with both iOS and Android
Software needs more work, Selection of apps and watchfaces does not impress, No alwayson display (except when exercising), Spotify and Apple Music not supported, No dedicated GPS
For several years now, Fitbit has been a name synonymous with activity trackers. The Fitbit Versa, however, is much more than a wearable gizmo that counts your steps. It is a full-fledged smartwatch and a capable fitness companion – one that you can safel...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-05
Sleek, lightweight design with lots of style options, Accurate fitness tracking, Guided workouts with Fitbit Coach, Stores music on-device, Long battery life, Supports female health tracking,
Swapping straps isn't easy, Thick bezel
For its second smartwatch, Fitbit is taking a more casual approach. As its name implies, the Versa is versatile in design, with myriad customizable clock faces, straps, and color options. It's versatile in functionality as well, capable of tracking all of...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-29
After the basic Blaze and the angular Ionic, Fitbit has finally got the smartwatch formula right. The new Fitbit Versa works well, looks good, and is comfortable to wear for extended periods of time, though it's not without its problems. Here's our hands...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-10
Well, the $199 Versa aims to fill the gap between the higher end $299 (but often $249) Ionic and the companies lower end activity trackers which lack apps and fancy displays. It also aims squarely at the Apple Watch Series 1, which is often found in the s...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-03
Arriving just six months after Fitbit's last smartwatch offering, there is a lot of expectation riding on the Versa. The Ionic was a device full of unrealized potential Fitbit Ionic Review: Great Fitness Tracker, Rubbish Smartwatch Fitbit Ionic Re...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-02
Priced lesser than the Ionic, Customizable, Great fitness tracking features,
Lacks a GPS, Battery doesn't last as long as the Ionic,
The Fitbit Ionic got high points as a fitness tracker, though we had reservations about its smartwatch features. A couple of months after that, we're now treated to the Fitbit Versa, a reimagining of their smartwatch line that's priced lesser than the Ion...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-18
Slender design, Offline music playback, Full range of stats tracking, Well priced
No GPS, Occasionally clunky performance, App store needs filling
Fitbit is back with a refreshed version of its Ionic smartwatch, boasting a slimmer design and a reduced asking price to match. We've been pounding the pavement to test out the new Fitbit Versa for this in-depth review.As far as fitness trackers go, Fitbi...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-16
Fitbit Versa, the company's second smartwatch, goes on sale today at major retailers for $200. We're here to compare it to the Fitbit Ionic, the company's first smartwatch, which went on sale in October for $300.Although Fitbit has been the king of wear...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-05
Battery life, Staple Fitbit fitness features, Design
App store is lacking, Only available in one size
For the past couple of years, Fitbit has flirted with making a smartwatch to compete with the Apple Watch, Pebble, and Samsung. But, until recently, the company had always stopped short of calling one of its products a smartwatch.Read also: Fitbit Flyer h...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-27
Very light and comfortable with an aluminum case, Best-in-class tracking of steps, workouts, and sleep, Sufficiently sharp and very, very bright at 1,000 nits, Water-resistant down to 50 meters, This watch just keeps going—getting four days on a charge is...
The Versa seems to lose connection to my phone randomly for an hour or two at a time, The watch software can be sluggish. No button customization and no always-on display option, The Versa doesn't have it, Again, the Versa doesn't have it, It syncs notifi...
Fitbit has become a household name in fitness tracking, and it's not shy about its desire to get into smarter wearables. It acquired bits of Pebble's carcass a while back and then launched the Fitbit Ionic. That first smartwatch was somewhat lacking in f...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-26
Flat, lightweight build, Compatible with iOS and Android, Tracks a wide variety of health / fitness stuff, Four-day battery life
Poor notification support, Swapping bands sucks, No data sharing with Apple Health or Google Fit
Fitbit needs a win. For several years, it was the clear leader in wearables, but its transition to smartwatches has been bumpy: the Fitbit Ionic didn't sell as well as expected, and Apple has now slid back into the top spot in the global wearables market...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-26
Nearly two weeks after Fitbit first announced the Fitbit Versa, reviews for the new smartwatch have now emerged online today. Many of the reviewers agreed on the following points: the Versa is a step above last year's Fitbit Ionic, trading off GPS and NF...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-26
Best-looking Fitbit yet, Bright colorful screen, Affordable for what it offers, Long-lasting battery
No GPS built in, Lacks NFC payments
When Fitbit launched its first true smartwatch last year, it had something to prove. The company had just bought beloved smartwatch pioneer Pebble, and up till then had struggled to produce a wearable with a proper operating system. So it's no surprise...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-26
A slimmer, more modern-looking smartwatch from Fitbit that still tracks all of your fitness activity.Fitbit announced its second smartwatch, post-Pebble acquisition, earlier this month, in the new Versa. This is a much smaller footprint than the Ionic tha...
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