• Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
  • Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
  • Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
  • Fitbit Versa Lite Edition

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Specification

Brand Fitbit
Warranty 12 months

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India Today

Versa-tile smartwatch at an affordable price

from India Today

The Fitbit Versa Lite offers the best of what Versa does at a lower cost. It tracks your sleeping cycle, it is waterproof, it offers guided breathing sessions and you can even answer calls using the Versa Lite. In short, it has the makings of a perfect smartwatch. Sure, there are bargains to be m...More

The Fitbit Versa Lite offers the best of what Versa does at a lower cost. It tracks your sleeping cycle, it is waterproof, it offers guided breathing sessions and you can even answer calls using the Versa Lite. In short, it has the makings of a perfect smartwatch. Sure, there are bargains to be made. Absence of an altimeter, no on-board GPS, and absence of automatic exercise detection system are some trade-offs that come with the price but those are not sacrifices that cannot be overlooked, especially at this price point and with a design as gorgeous as this one.

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Pocket-lint

Lower price with little compromise

from Pocket-lint

It's not the best smartwatch out there in terms of smartwatch functionality, but for those after a Fitbit device that bridges some of the gap between fitness tracker and smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is absolutely excellent and a great price too.

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It's not the best smartwatch out there in terms of smartwatch functionality, but for those after a Fitbit device that bridges some of the gap between fitness tracker and smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is absolutely excellent and a great price too.

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Engadget

The basics aren't enough

from Engadget

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...More

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.

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Ausdroid

The mid-range Pebble

from Ausdroid

In the end the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is a decent smartwatch and a decent fitness tracker — decent enough for me. It did just about everything I wanted it to and for a majority of people out there it will most certainly be enough. For them I think they should have a look at the Versa Lite an...More

In the end the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is a decent smartwatch and a decent fitness tracker — decent enough for me. It did just about everything I wanted it to and for a majority of people out there it will most certainly be enough. For them I think they should have a look at the Versa Lite and weigh up that $50 difference in value before determining which Fitbit Versa variation to buy — both a good smartwatches.

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Macworld

Lower cost with little sacrifice

from Macworld

With a starting price of $160 and nearly all of the same features, the Versa Lite is a perfect entry-level smartwatch for people who aren’t looking to pay hundreds of dollars for an Apple Watch but still want something that’s versatile enough to wear while working or working out.

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With a starting price of $160 and nearly all of the same features, the Versa Lite is a perfect entry-level smartwatch for people who aren’t looking to pay hundreds of dollars for an Apple Watch but still want something that’s versatile enough to wear while working or working out.

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Tech Advisor

A good looking, solid performing entry-level fitness smartwatch

from Tech Advisor

The 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. If you want the full smartwatch feature set then...More

The 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. If you want the full smartwatch feature set then Fitbit sells the regular Versa or the Ionic. The Versa Lite is great on paper but at the time of writing you can find the normal Versa for basically the same price online.

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Ars Technica

Favors affordability over unnecessary features

from Ars Technica

Almost all of the things the Versa Lite cannot do—track floors climbed, count swim laps, store music, and make NFC payments—are optional for most users. But if you can live without those features, spending $160 on the Versa Lite is a worthwhile decision. It will appeal to those who want to st...More

Almost all of the things the Versa Lite cannot do—track floors climbed, count swim laps, store music, and make NFC payments—are optional for most users. But if you can live without those features, spending $160 on the Versa Lite is a worthwhile decision. It will appeal to those who want to stick to a strict budget, and that's something that not many other smartwatches do.

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Digital Trends

Still has all the smartwatch features you need

from Digital Trends

The Versa Lite nails it with an affordable price tag and a feature set that is robust enough for everyone except the hard-core athlete.

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The Versa Lite nails it with an affordable price tag and a feature set that is robust enough for everyone except the hard-core athlete.

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Wired

This pared-down smartwatch still has just about everything you need

from Wired

I still wouldn’t recommend the Versa Lite for swimmers or someone who wanted to track their downhill skiing or marathon training sessions. But that advice held true for the Versa as well. No, the Versa Lite isn’t breaking new ground. But if it’s wrong for a company to make one of its most p...More

I still wouldn’t recommend the Versa Lite for swimmers or someone who wanted to track their downhill skiing or marathon training sessions. But that advice held true for the Versa as well. No, the Versa Lite isn’t breaking new ground. But if it’s wrong for a company to make one of its most popular products incrementally more useful, attractive, and affordable, then I don’t want to be right.

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Business Insider

Nails the basics, and that's more than enough — for now

from Business Insider

Fitbit's $160 Versa Lite is an affordable and attractive option for those who want an easy-to-use smartwatch that covers all the basics and offers in-depth health tracking. For now, the Versa Lite balances simplicity and affordability with must-have features fairly well. But as companies like Ap...More

Fitbit's $160 Versa Lite is an affordable and attractive option for those who want an easy-to-use smartwatch that covers all the basics and offers in-depth health tracking. For now, the Versa Lite balances simplicity and affordability with must-have features fairly well. But as companies like Apple and Samsung, which can integrate their watches more closely with the phones and other devices we use each day, get more serious about health tracking, the basics might not be enough.

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