Fitbit Versa special edition activity tracker featuring wireless syncing, smartphone notifications, and all-day activity tracking
Fitbit Versa Watch Special Edition
Model number: FB505
Over 15 execise modes
Stores over 300 songs and downloads from Pandora or Deezer
Heart rate tracking
Tracks sleep stages
Call, calendar, text, and app alerts
Quick message replies (Android only)
Compatible brands: PC and Mac
Automatic, wireless synchronization
Syncs with over 200 iOS, Android, and Windows devices
Long-life battery (over 4 days)
Built-in NFC for easy payments
Features GPS for pace and distance tracking
Comes with small and large band
Water resistance: 50m
Product condition: new
Product dimensions: 9”x2”x4”
Small: Fits wrists 5.5” - 6.7” in circumference
Large: Fits wrists 6.7” - 8.1” in circumference
Screen Size: 0.9478” x 0.9478”
Width (diagonal): 1.34”
In the box: Fitbit Versa Watch, Versa classic band (S & L included), Versa woven band (S & L included), charging cable
When Fitbit debuted its first wearable, a simple pedometer in 2009, few people recognized that it would revolutionize the way we think and talk about fitness. But from the very beginning, Fitbit did. The company wanted to empower people when it came to their health, giving them the tools to set goals and be rewarded when they meet them. Since that first product, Fitbit has become synonymous with activity trackers, especially ones that are increasingly sophisticated. It now makes devices that can track steps, calories, heart rate, and sleep patterns, as well as full-fledged smartwatches that sync with smartphones—all in stylish designs that look great wrapped around your wrist.
I bought the Versa for Fitbit's strength in fitness tracking plus the looks of it are nice enough for work meetings and wearing around the work place with the right band (fabric one is good, ordered a leather one on Amazon for way cheaper than what official Fitbit site is selling).
So far, I'm really digging my experience. It's super light, syncs well, and has smartwatch features that I need. Which is literally just notifications, I could care less about adding music or apps or anything else. So, know what you are getting with the Versa. A sleek, good looking fitness focused device with fairly limited smartwatch capabilities (in comparison to say a Galaxy Watch or Apple Watch).
Tracking was off, but I ended up getting it earlier than estimated anyway so can't complain!