Fitbit Versa Lite
Fitbit watered down the Versa smartwatch to make a more-affordable Versa Lite, but the $40 price drop just isn’t enough. Sure, it’s a capable fitness-tracker, thanks to long battery life and robust workout features. But when you can get a faster, better watch for what amounts to the price of two dinners, it’s hard to justify buying the limited Lite.
- Comfortable design
- Four-day battery
- Capable workout and sleep tracking
- No WiFi support
- Too expensive for what it is
- Critic Reviews (10)
- User Reviews (2)
- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsMacworld90Lower cost with little sacrificeIf you’re in the market for a new smartwatch, Fitbit should certainly be a consideration. While the apps and functionality pale in comparison to the Apple Watch and even Wear OS watches, they nail the basics, offer fantastic fitness tracking, and look as good as their competitors.PC Mag80Fitbit Versa Lite ReviewThe Fitbit Versa Lite is an affordable entry-level smartwatch that provides everything beginners need to start monitoring their health and improving their fitness routines.Tom's Guide70Stripped-Down Smartwatch Nails the BasicsWhile it's missing some of the snazziest features, the Versa Lite brings the core functionality of Fitbit's Versa at a more affordable price.Tech Advisor80Fitbit Versa Lite reviewThe Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is a bridge product that is essentially a fitness tracker in a smartwatch body. If you want to track basic health metrics but don’t need it all, then it’s a good, cheaper compromise compared to the regular Versa.TechRadar80Fitbit Versa Lite reviewThis is a pared back version of the Fitbit Versa, which may still offer all you need in a fitness watch. You won’t have access to music or Fitbit Pay, but if the price is more important to you then this could be a good choice for your next watch. It all just comes down to how much you can get the Versa Lite for when compared to the original Versa watch.Android Central70A great standard for cheap smartwatchesThe Versa Lite is Fitbit's most affordable smartwatch to-date, and despite its low price tag, offers a really well-rounded experience. You miss out on some features like on-screen workouts and swim tracking, but the great design, battery life, and more make it worth a look.Wareable90Fitbit Versa Lite Edition reviewThe Versa Lite Edition is Fitbit's best smartwatch proposition yet, taking the already-excellent Versa and streamlining it into a more affordable package. The loss of swim tracking is a downer, but otherwise the Versa offers tremendous value. It's Fitbit's best smartwatch yet.TrustedReviews80Fitbit Versa Lite ReviewThe Fitbit Versa Lite is one of the best entry level Apple Watch alternatives on the market. But if you just want a fitness tracker there are better out there.Stuff80Fitbit Versa Lite reviewWhat this means is, the Fitbit Versa Lite is a great buy if you’re a casual exerciser, have a compatible phone and can pick one up for significantly less than the Versa.Otherwise, go with the original.Good Housekeeping90Fitbit Versa LiteThis is a great choice for fitness fans on a budget. It may have a more affordable price tag, but when it comes to fitness features it's almost as competent as its bigger brother, the Fitbit Versa. However, it can't track swimming or offer workouts on your wrist. Its smart features miss the mark too, with limited apps, quick replies only on Android and no voice assistant.
- 35AVERAGE USER SCORE2 ReviewsYvetteNot RatedSeptember 11, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Wasted 130 pound cause all this junk does is count my steps , i cant get notifications, i cant get music i cant even get the different clock faces on it , it literally does nothing apartgustaf70April 23, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition. - Engadget