Fitbit’s New Versa Smart Watch Offers Fitness, Health Features Galore

When Fitbit announced its Ionic smartwatch at the tail end of 2017, the company said it planned to make more watches in the near future and the first is already here under the name Fitbit Versa.

The Versa shares a lot with the Fitbit Ionic from last year and while the design is a touch smaller, there are a few less features and the price is slightly lower, it looks to be a solid addition to the Fitbit family.

Fitbit has yet to confirm so, but the price point and feature set looks to make it a suitable replacement for the Fitbit Blaze. That means if you were holding out for the long-rumored Fitbit Blaze 2 you may want to take a look at this watch from the company instead as we may never get one under that name.

Below we've broken down everything you need to know about the Fitbit Versa.

Fitbit Versa Price and Release Date

Let's start with price, and you'll be spending a similar amount here to what you would have if you bought the Fitbit Blaze on day one, with the RRP set at [$199.95.].

There are two special edition versions of the watch with woven straps in the box that cost [$229.95], as well as a variety of other straps made of metal and Horween leather available to buy separately.

You're able to pre-order around the world on the official Fitbit website, while other retailers and Fitbit itself will be shipping the watch from some point in April.

Fitbit Versa Design and Display

Unlike some previous Fitbit products, this comes with a full metal unibody design that feels premium but is much smaller on the wrist than the Ionic. We've yet to learn of the exact dimensions, but it's slimmer and lighter than the Ionic or the Blaze so looks to...

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