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Fitbit’s Versa was a big deal. After testing the water with the Surge, Blaze, and Ionic, the Versa has by far been the company’s most successful smartwatch. I even called it “the first smartwatch I can recommend to most people” in my review.
Now Fitbit is making its smartwatch offerings more affordable with the $160 Versa Lite, as well as introducing new version of its ‘dumb’ fitness trackers too.
The Versa Lite is $40 cheaper than the original and includes most of its core functionality, including activity, sleep, and heart rate tracking, as well as notifications, apps , and 4+ day battery life. In turn, you lose the ability to track floors climbed or laps swam, though the device is still waterproof to 50M. There are
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