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Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch

المميزات الرئيسية

خاصية فيت بيت باي

تتبع معدل نبضات القلب طوال اليوم

إمكانية تشغيل الموسيقى

تقييم النوم

بطارية تدوم لأكثر من 5 أيام

مقاومة للماء وتقوم بتتبع تمارين السباحة

بلوتوث

سمارت تراك

تتزامن لاسلكياً

شاشة عالية الدقة تعمل باللمس

تصميم خفيف الوزن

إعادة تعريف الساعة الذكية

ابقى مطلعاً على الوقت وأهداف أنشطتك مع ساعة فيت بيت فيرسا الذكية. تمت صناعة الساعة من هيكل من الألومنيوم الذي يجعلها خفيفة الوزن ومريحة بما يكفي لتتمكن من ارتدائها ليلاً ونهاراً. يتميز متعقب الأنشطة الرياضية فيت بيت بشاشة لمس عالية الدقة مع وضع شاشة يعمل دائمًا لمساعدتك على رؤية إحصائيات التمارين في الوقت الفعلي والتحقق من الوقت بلمحة سريعة. علاوة على ذلك، فهي تتميز بأنماط مختلفة قابلة للتخصيص تتيح لك تخصيص الشاشة مع مجموعة متنوعة من التصاميم لأية مناسبة. مع خاصية فيت بيت باي، سوف تتمكن من إجراء عمليات شراء آمنة ومضمونة عن ساعة معصمك.

تراقب بياناتك

تتبع تمارينك اليومية بكل دقة مع سوار تعقب اللياقة الرائع من فيت بيت. يقوم السوار يتتبع أنشطتك طوال اليوم بفعالية، سواء كان ذلك تتبع الخطوات أو الطوابق التي صعدتها أو حرق السعرات الحرارية بالإضافة إلى معدل ضربات القلب وغير ذلك الكثير. بفضل وظيفة سمارت تراك، تسجل الساعة تمارين محددة مثل الجري والسباحة والتمارين الرياضية وغيرها الكثير تلقائيًا. كما يمكن للسيدات استخدام ساعة فيت بيت الذكية لتسجيل فترات الدورة الشهرية وأعراضها؛ ثم مقارنة الدورة الصحية مع الإحصائيات الصحية الأخرى مثل النشاط والنوم والوزن. من خلال وظيفة تتبع النوم، يمكنك معرفة الوقت الذي تقضيه في مراحل النوم الخفيفة والعميقة ونوم حركة العين السريعة. علاوة على ذلك، تتم مزامنة البيانات الموجودة على الساعة الذكية لاسلكياً وتلقائياً مع الكمبيوتر والأجهزة المحمولة للوصول السهل.

ترفيه في أي وقت

كن دوماً على اتصال مع الميزات الذكية التي توفرها الساعة مثل عناصر التحكم في الموسيقى والإشعارات كالمكالمات والنصوص من تطبيقاتك المفضلة باستعمال سوار فيت بيت لتعقب الأنشطة البدنية. لذلك، ستتمكن من الوصول إلى تطبيقاتك المفضلة للرياضة والأخبار والسفر والتنقل وغيرها بنقرة واحدة. كما يشتمل سوار تعقب الأنشطة البدنية على تقنية بلوتوث التي تتيح لك توصيلها لاسلكيًا بسماعات الأذن أو سماعات الرأس للاستماع إلى ما تحب.

تصميم عالي الجودة

تم تصميم ساعة فيت بيت الذكية كي تدوم طويلاً. حيث أنها مصنوعة من مواد عالية الجودة لا تمنحها المتانة فحسب وإنما تضمن أن تدوم لفترة طويلة أيضاً. تتميز ساعة فيت بيت الذكية هذه بمعدل مقاومة للماء يبلغ 50 مترًا حتى تتمكن من ارتدائها في المطر أو أثناء تمارين السباحة دون أي قلق. علاوة على ذلك، فإن شاشة ساعة فيت بيت الذكية محمية بزجاج كورنينج غوريلا 3 القوي والمتين للغاية، مما يجعلها مقاومة للخدوش لسهولة القراءة.

بطارية تدوم طويلا

تحتوي ساعة فيت بيت الذكية على بطارية تدوم طويلاً مما يجعلها الخيار الأمثل لتتبع أنشطتك اليومية. يمكن أن تدوم هذه الساعة لأكثر من خمسة أيام بعد عملية شحن واحدة كاملة، مما يتيح لك تتبع الأنشطة والتمارين من الصباح وحتى المساء.

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Since: يناير 16, 2024
  • Highest Price: 11,777 EGP - يونيو 12, 2024
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  1. cristal-world

    منتج رائع وتوصيل سريع … غير داعم للغة العربية .. اوصي به

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  2. user-MSBH1U1

    nice+liked+by+my+leben

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  3. user-MPYBL71

    the+only+major+problem+is+that+dose+not+have+Arabic+language+encoding+so+it+can+not+display+any+messages+or+phone+caller+idea.+but+considering+the+fitness+aspect+it+is+one+of+the+best+out+there.

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  4. hisham06ca

    ++++

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  5. user-MZKL7C

    Superb product

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  6. user-MXTS3U1

    Very good

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  7. user-MEA9UU1

    ممتازه

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  8. loohe

    انصح به وعقبال ما تدعم اللغة العربية

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  9. user-MAATCK1

    ++++

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  10. user-MTP1FA1

    good quality

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  11. user-MU8FKF1

    Good

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  12. user-MC8TDG1

    نفس الوصف وفيها مميزات كتير جدا وانصح اي حد رياضي يشتري الساعه دي versa 2 مش اي ساعه غيرها بتشتغل بكفاءة عالية وقت النوم ووقت الرياضه او التحرك داخل البيت

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  13. user-ML8AZS1

    original+delivered+on+the+same+day++Thanks+for+gift

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  14. sabrineassem

    Superb device and amazing app by Fitbit. Already made more active. Get it if you’re looking for a fitness-first smartwatch.

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  15. user-M67KLA1

    Excellent smart watch & fitnesses tracker , just as described, highly recommend

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  16. Clara

    Amazing. Until now the watch is amazing, very accuarte heartbeat, sleep reading, steps everything. Battery is amazing. Has been 5 days and still didn’t need charging. Has a lot of features. Can receive calls, notification from all apps. Alexa. Spotify. Calendar. Love it.

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  17. SMack

    Broke after 6 months. Totally died after only 6 months and cannot be revived. Awful.

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  18. Hazem Adel Elbatawy

    V good. V good

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  19. Khaled O.

    Original product, good quality and fast shipping. High quality product with exceptional value for its price (discounted)

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  20. M

    I have used Fitbits for many years – all the way back to the days of the first Fitbit Flex. I have upgraded over the years to the Charge, the Charge HR, Charge 2, and now the Versa I and finally the II.LOOKSFitbit Versa 2 is significantly better looking than the Fitbit Versa 1. The screen has less bezel, and doesn’t have that ugly Fitbit logo at the bottom. Even if the screen size isn’t a massive increase, it feels as if it is because of the rounded glass. This gives it a much more premium feel. The screen is also now a AMOLED display which means it will provide an ample amount of brightness and great sharp colours in the great outdoors (compared to the LED model of Versa 1).BUTTONSIf you were a fan of the three button system the old Versa has, then look away. Now you have to rely more on the swipes and taps on the bigger screen to navigate. I rather like this more polished look as it becomes sleeker in my view but not everyone may have this opinion.OSThe OS has some new tweaks like a dashboard which enables you to set night mode, do not disturb, brightness and whether you have a screen that wakes on movement or manually. This is quick useful as in the past it took a few more taps and was more clumsy of a process. Overall i have found over the years the Fitbit sleep tracking and exercise tracking to be fun to use and best in class compared to other trackers. The new sleep score system puts all the information together to give you a singular number to compare you sleep on a daily basis.SPEEDThe Fitbit Versa 2 is much snappier thanks to the upgraded internals. Whilst scrolling through, you can tell the touch response to the screen is much quicker than the prior generation.COMPATIBILITYThe Fitbit Versa 2 has a new charger hub, which means you can’t use the old Versa 1 charging cable. Fitbit loves making new products that aren’t compatible with old chargers. Whilst this is disappointing, at least the Versa 1 straps are backward compatible with Versa 2. So at least you have that. The watch faces are also compatible vs the older Versa, so there is already a massive existing library for you to customise your experience.NEW FEATURESThere aren’t really that many new features compared to the Fitbit Versa 1. The main addition worth mentioning is really just Alexa capabilities. Unfortunately i found out that you need to keep the Fitbit app open in the background. It seems to have no problem picking up what I am saying. I have found Alexa to be a bit of a gimmick as the connection is not always reliable. It often tells me that there is no internet connection or the app isn’t open and therefore Alexa doesn’t work.BATTERY LIFEAccording to the specifications the battery life is supposed to last 5 days. This is 1 more than the old model. After a year with the old Versa, it seemed to decrease in battery life, but this is expected with older devices. I will update in this review once I can put it to the full test. However, Fitbit over the years has lived up to the specifications on every device i have owned (except of course if it is defective). I would expect it to last the full 5 days as advertised. This is far longer than many of Fitbits competitors out there.SHOULD YOU GET IT?If you already own a Versa, and it still works fine, then no – probably not. But if you have a defective or bashed up old on, then you might consider the upgrade. I think given the unreliability of Alexa and connectivity being required to access these smart features, it loses 2 stars for me. However, this is hopefully a software update away from being far far better. I will update this review should anything change.If you are a newbie to Fitbit, then I do think this is a good starter to get into the Smartwatch/fitness watch game. It is less smart than some of the competitors out there like Apple Watch and even the Garmins, but it does what it says on the tin, is reliable and at the end of the day a household name ecosystem that many of your friends will be part of.UPDATE: After 6 days of using, the battery is still at 32%. Fitbit has outdone themselves with the battery life. The connectivity problems with Alexa are still intermittent, but i have found it to be slightly more reliable than when i started. I also found the resting heart rate sensor to be quite different from the Versa 1. I will continue to monitor, as it hasn’t changed as much as it usually does in a 1 week period with my Versa 1.

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  21. Just Theo

    FITBIT overall score: 2 stars. I’m going to put this out there….. I am not a fan of fitbit. I think it’s crap that you have to pay extra for services they advertise. I get it if they have extra stuff like coaches and videos, but the tracker related stuff should not be charged for. I tried the premium membership and I prefer beachbody workout on my TV than the tiny screen on my phone giving me a workout…. and if I was traveling and had no choice, I could still use my beachbody app. The only feature that I would have used is the sleep insights and I am not going to pay for a membership to use one feature that I don’t really care about. I also dislike the fact that they hype you up and act like they will consider a new feature and I have yet to see them implement a single feature I have voted for. They leave it under consideration for months and then say ‘nope’. Their reminders to move feature is only useful if you’re a total couch potato and want to be reminded to get up for the last 10 minutes of your hour. I wanted to use it to remind me to move if I haven’t reached my own hourly goal…. you’re stuck with their 250 step hourly goal. You can’t change when the reminder to move goes off either. Sooo, say I want to set an hourly goal of 1000 steps, the reminder to move sounded 10 minutes before the end of the hour (and only if I haven’t taken 250 steps) By the time I could find the graph with my hourly steps and mouse over each section to get the actual count and then add up each count, my 10 minutes was almost up. If I can’t change the 250 step count, it’s not motivating me to move MORE than I already do. If I can’t change when to remind me, then I don’t have a chance of completing it. What if my work break is at the beginning of the hour and I forgot to take my steps? The ability to change the hourly step goal and the reminder times are a simple fix and Fitbit closes their ears to people.On my fitbit charge 3, I had a work around and set a silent alarm on the fitbit app to remind me to complete my own step goal. This was fun, because I had to write down the steps I had already taken for the day and then get my steps in. I spent more time sitting in front of my computer trying to figure out how many steps I took than I did actually taking steps some day. The funny thing is, on the versa 2, it actually does show me my steps this hour… but only until I reach the 250 step goal and then I am back to using the graph on my phone again. Now the even funnier thing is, Fitbit has removed this feature of setting silent alarms on the app. At least for the Versa 2. I googled where it was and searched for THREE hours, it’s no longer there. I even watched a video that was on youtube showing it was there two months ago, but when I followed the steps, my screen didn’t match up with the video. I can set a silent alarm from my watch, but only 8 alarms total, so I can’t set an alarm to go off each hour for 12 hours to get 1000 steps each hour…… And the hours I need it to go off changes depending on the day of the week. The other feature complaint is the ‘relax feature’ I like it, BUT you can only set it for 2 or 5 minutes…. why the restriction? Why can’t I pick 10? 15? Set my own? It’s not relaxing to reset it every 5 minutes for 15 minutes.My final complaint with fitbit (there really are more, but these are the biggest ones), the user manual within the app is USELESS. Take the above example of silent alarms. If I go to the ‘how to use’ section and click on silent alarm section, you would expect a walk through of how to set a silent alarm, right? No, this is literally what is says: Silent alarms: Set a silent alarm on Versa 2. Your device gently vibrates to wake you up in the morning or alert you at a certain time of day. If you don’t dismiss an alarm, it goes off again in 9 minutes. (Btw, when I got the charge 3, it took FOREVER to figure out how to dismiss a silent alarm instead of snoozing it). And this is how the entire ‘how to use’ portion is on the app. It’s all a description on what each feature is used for, no instructions on how to set it up. Notifications? Timers? Alarms? Quick Replies? Weather?Be prepared to google search how to do EVERYTHING other than how to remove the wrapping from your watch.So why the 5 stars? Well, I knew when I bought this watch that I think fitbit trackers are the dumbest of the trackers. BUT when I got the Charge 3, I had a newborn baby. I was going to return it the day I bought it, however I discovered one redeeming quality…. it will notify me by vibrating when I have a call. I am on the clock 24 hours a day and when you have a newborn baby, the phone ringing is frustrating. Missed calls when the phone was on silent. So the notifications and quick replies gave me a reason to keep it. So I can’t give a crappy review of fitbit on this device when I knew going in that it wasn’t going to be what I wanted for a tracker. I gave it a crappy review on the Charge 3.But this time, I bought this one due to Alexa being on the watch. I have a Fire TV, an echo show, 2 echo dots, a kindle fire and a kindle paperwhite, (earbuds are on the way) I am a prime member and I have several subscribe and save items. My whole world is tied together on this watch. My packages come? Shopping list? Whatever reminders I setup through Alexa comes on my watch too. I can watch my workout on the firetv and if the baby needs me, press the button on my watch and have it pause the TV…. I can’t tell you how many times I have had to look for the remote in the baby’s toybox just to pause the tv, then rewind and pause…. lol. I know that amazon music is not tied to the versa, I am hopeful that Amazon flexes a little muscle and gets it. Or google buys fitbit out and uses common sense and adds it as a feature. But the notifications from my phone, the link to Alexa were enough for me to upgrade from the Charge 3. I have found I like the clock faces for the versa 2 and the ability to see more of my stats from the watch and less looking at the app. And being able to have Alexa log my food on myfitnesspal for me is nice too.Ok, one final complaint about fitbit….. versa 2 has Alexa…. common sense to have amazon music, right? Nope they must be getting money from Spotify and Deezer to keep it off there. But I am not paying for a second service for music when I get amazon music with everything else I need, shipping, movies, tv shows, smart house controls.UPDATE: disappointed with bluetooth range. The watch disconnects from my phone a lot. I know that some of this is the phone, however my apartment is small and my Charge 3 never lost connection while I was home. I sit my phone on my desk to keep it out of reach of my toddler and rely on my watch to notify me if I have a call (can’t hear the ringer with the toddler and kids). Realistically, I am usually within 10 feet of my phone 90% of the time, 15 feet if I am in the kitchen. I will go to use spotify from my kitchen and it will tell me connection is lost.

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  22. Robby Amper

    Es gibt wenig Dinge, die so einfach sind, wie diese Uhr zu installieren und mit dem Handy zu verbinden. Wenn man sich an die Gebrauchsanweisung hält… Wer denkt “Gebrauchsanweisungen sind für Verlierer!”… Viel Glück. Das kann dauern.Wenn man sich jedoch schön gewissenhaft an die Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung hält, kann nichts schief gehen. Okay – man sollte das Passwort für sein heimisches Wlan parat haben. Und das für sein Spotify Konto, wenn man Spotify auf der Uhr nutzen möchte. Ich mochte das und das Koppeln war wieder absolut (!) simpel. Ich kann sämtliche Alexa Geräte ansteuern, oder mir aussuchen, auf welchem Gerät Musik hören will. Alles problemlos.Weil ich gerade bei Alexa bin… Ich habe mehrere Male versucht, die Beleuchtung in meiner Wohnung (Hue Birnen) und Wlan Steckdosen von unterwegs aus zu schalten. Und es hat jedes (!) Mal funktioniert. Einwandfrei und zuverlässig. Auch das Smartlock zu bedienen – mit der Vesta 2 keine Probleme. Ich kann mir vorstellen, dass man aus Neugierde und Vorfreude den einen oder anderen Schritt überspringt oder was nicht richtig einstellt. Und das es dann deswegen Probleme gibt. Die Uhr ist einwandfrei und funktioniert wie eine 1!Thema Armband. Da hat jemand geschrieben, dass ihn das Montieren des Srmbandes in den Wahnsinn getrieben hätte und man dafür gute Nerven bräuchte. Na ja, ich hab’ mich auch hier genau an die Anweisung gehalten, das Armband im spitzen Winkel anzusetzen bevor ich den “Riegel” zuschiebe und – es hat funktioniert. Ich denke tatsächlich, dass die meisten “Das funktioniert gar nicht!!!” Kommentare nur daher kommen, dass sich Leute die Gebrauchsanweisung schenken und dann komplett im Wald landen. Natürlich ist dann die Uhr daran schuld…Ich bin total begeistert und würde die Uhr sofort wieder kaufen! Meinerseits eine Empfehlung für jeden, der sich nur eine Uhr kaufen will, aber es gut findet, jeden Tag auf ein anderes Zifferblatt zu sehen. Ob die Uhr lebensnotwendig ist…? Mit Sicherheit nicht. Aber sie macht unglaublich Spaß 👍🏻 Und wer ohnehin ein klein wenig technikbegeistert ist, wird die Uhr lieben!p.s.Wer sich über den silbernen Rand des Gehäuses wundern sollte – ich habe mir gleich von Anfang an ein Cover für das Gehäuse zugelegt. Genau genommen zwei. Eines mit schwarzem und eines mit silbernem Rand._____________________________________________________________________________________Nachtrag am 18. Januar 2020 – von 5 auf 2 Sterne reduziert.Die Uhr war wirklich klasse. Bis gestern. Denn es geht nichts mehr. Zumindest mit der App. Der App, die unbedingt nötig ist, um die Uhr funktionieren zu lassen. Und dazu der armseligste Support aller Zeiten. Der Reihe nach…Es ging damit los, dass sich die Wlan Einstellungen in der App nicht mehr öffnen liessen. Ich dachte zuerst an einen Fehler, den man durch Neustart beheben könnte. Neustart der App und auch Neustart des Handys. Keine Veränderung. Jetzt wird’s aber erst richtig interessant! Ich bekam über die App eine Email, in der mir gesagt wurde, dass der Akku Ladestand niedrig sei und ich die Uhr laden solle. Kein Problem – der Akku hält sehr lange. Uhr geladen, alles bestens.Nur liess sich die Uhr ab jetzt nicht mehr mit der App synchronisieren. Ich hatte den FitBit Support angeschrieben. Dort wurde ich auf die Hilfe Seiten verwiesen. Okay. Uhr ausschalten, wieder einschalten. Bluetooth Verbindung trennen und wieder verbinden. App deinstallieren, Uhr ausschalten, App neu installieren, Uhr einschalten u.s.w. Resultat: Nichts. Nur eine Fehlermeldung, dass die Synchronisierung nicht erfolgen kann. Warum? Das wird leider nicht gesagt. Dann die Lösung aller Probleme: Die Uhr vom FitBit Konto abmelden, die App deinstallieren, App wieder laden, installieren und dann die Uhr wieder anmelden. Klingt nachvollziehbar. Aber jetzt… Die App geöffnet, in meinem Benutzerkonto angemeldet – alles in Ordnung. Jetzt die Taste ” +Neues Gerät anmelden” gedrückt. Dann kommt eine Auswahl, in der man das Modell anwählen soll, das man eben anmelden möchte. In meinem Fall Versa 2. Dann gelangt man auf ein blaues Feld, in dem unten steht: Einrichten. Da drauf geklickt und – das war’s. Sackgasse. Nur noch eine Fehlermeldung (siehe Bild). Und damit endet der Versuch, die Uhr in der zugehörigen App anzumelden. Keine Synchronisation mehr, keine Wlan Einstellungen, kein gar nichts.Und zum Schluß die Kirsche auf der Sahne… Der Support von FitBit teilte mir mit, dass das Problem wohl bekannt sei – dass das schon einigen Nutzern so ergangen sei, aber dass man im Moment leider nicht helfen könne. Und man hat sich im Voraus sehr freundlich für meine Geduld bedankt. Ich habe jetzt also eine Uhr, die perfekt funktioniert hat, bis die App von einen auf den anderen Tag einen Bug produziert der alles (!) stoppt und der Support mir höflich erklärt, dass man da wohl nichts machen kann.Ich habe also über 180.- Euro für eine Uhr bezahlt, die wegen eines bekannten (!) Softwareproblems einfach nicht mehr benutzbar ist. Die Foren, die sich mit Smartwatches befassen, haben beängstigend viele Einträge von Usern, die ebenfalls Probleme mit der Software haben. Wenn die Uhr mit der App funktioniert, ist sie erstklassig. Aber wenn die Software so voller Bugs und Fehlern ist, dass die Uhr plötzlich nur noch eine nette Dekoration am Handgelenk wird, ist das nicht gut. Und auch nicht fair gegenüber den Kunden, denen hier offensichtlich übereilt etwas angeboten wurde, das noch nicht durchentwickelt war. Die Uhr geht zurück, vielen Dank…

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  23. Sakura

    As a small disclaimer – I bought my Versa 2 through a local retailer earlier in the year since I was able to take such an amount off with coupons. Were it not for that though I probably would still be using my first FitBit watch, an Alta HR to this moment. The deal was hard to pass up and just for $10 more I bought some extra bands and cases here on Amazon, perfect for me so I could keep my motivation at a high as I was expecting to be home quarantining for months.THE PROS/FEATURES:- A step-up from any old FitBit model on a budget (especially if you can get one for under $150 USD).- Battery is advertised to last 5 days, but you can potentially stretch it 1-2 days past that point.- In addition to the battery life, this thing charges pretty fast!- AMOLED screen – beautiful picture on a small screen, and plenty bright to see outside on a sunny day.- Very easy to wear for hours at a time, even through periods of sleep.- Accurate heart rate readings; I’ve noticed taking my own pulse the watch is at most 3-4 BPM off.- Application support, with a few standard with the watch – Spotify, Pandora, Alexa to name a few.- Able to setup push notifications right to your watch, from nearly every app. Even simple stuff like the news.- Appealing watch faces, with many custom choices available for download.- Waterproof to an extent, can even setup exercises for swimming activities- Able to time and track specific physical activities, including sports and use of workout equipment.- Integrated feature to find your phone by setting off a LOUD noise; do not do this with headphones in!- Able to answer or deny calls right from your watch, even supporting iOS.- Ability to track your sleep, though not perfect and some insights on that data gets locked behind a paywall.- Fun challenges to take on yourself, or compete with others.OKAY/SUB-PAR:- A majority of custom watch faces are paid, and it is a pain to determine which are free or need to be bought.- Some durability issues, which could be partially adverted with third-party cases/screen protectors.- Current price should be lowered given the recent release of the Versa 3 and Sense.- Included charger does not support watch cases, and the charging cord should be way longer.- Lack of customization when the always-on display is in use.- Cannot use applications such as Spotify or Pandora without relevant subscriptions.- The only way you can power off or reset the watch is a hidden option in the “About” area under settings.- Alexa app has no audio feedback and will lack full functionality w/o Alexa app installed on your phone.- Offers use of a tool like FitBit pay, but you can’t use FitBit pay for things like watch faces or subscriptions.- Google Assistant now supported, only for the newer watches despite previously announced to support Versa 2.- Weather app will ask you to sync if it’s been awhile, will not show any weather otherwise.- App choices are slim and are nothing compared to what you’d see on other high-end smart watches.- Should let users have more information you can track, such as how Apple lets you record things such as symptoms.THE CONS:- No built-in GPS and instead relies on your phone to track location.- Cannot respond to texts from app (such as a pre-canned message) on iOS, supported on Android.- Bare minimum Alexa features such as no support to control smart home devices.- Zero integration with Google or Apple’s health applications.- Many features locked behind premium service, despite ownership of a spendy watch.- No speaker, but I suppose this makes sense given it’s a watch and not a phone.- Warranty is not done directly through Fitbit, and they may likely direct you to Square Trade.- Lackluster customer service and have personally experienced two cases of rude customer service agents.- If you have a feature, you have to go to a vote-based suggestion forum that is essentially a graveyard for all sorts of user-submitted ideas (some examples on this later).THE BAD, UGLY:This completely concerns the Fitbit application, because I have such a strong dislike for it. First off, there’s often troubles with syncing whether it be syncing your watch where you’ll sometimes get the message it cannot find your Fitbit device – this even extends to little things like Spotify, so about once or twice a month I have to sign out and sign back in to get the Spotify app to work. What’s more is sometimes the app bugs out in little places, I’ll have times where I want to switch or install a watch face and it will get stuck (to the point of where the only fix is to change the face manually from the watch, and restart my phone). It’s also worth mentioning there are Mac and Windows versions of the Fitbit app but they’re a colossal waste of time and not fully-fledged with features like the mobile versions. Last but not least what bugs me the most is a lack of a dark mode (despite having previously suggested by users over 5+ years) which includes both the iOS and Android applications. On iOS there is also no home screen widget support, a feature Apple rolled out with their most recent firmware update. Finally and as mentioned earlier there are a number of features locked behind a premium plan which includes things like better insights on your data, workout tips and even simple recipes – this will cost you a hefty $120 a year via. monthly plan or just under $80 through an annual yearly plan; for a watch you have already paid over a hundred dollars for.OVERALL THOUGHTS:For how big the smart watch market is today, the Versa 2 being now in the past generation of Fitbit’s watches still holds up well with the caveat the sale price still hasn’t been lowered, which definitely should be the case as new watches (and even those not from Fitbit) are out with more and better features. This is a perfect option for somebody on a budget, especially if you’re an existing owner of a Fitbit watch. But because there are other options out there such as Garmin, Apple, and even Samsung you may want to do heavy research on what fits you best.Personally speaking this is my fourth year of using Fitbit devices and may consider a new model when I have the money to upgrade. However with the pile of issues the application has, the absence of not considering ideas from the community and even the price for what they are I am thinking also about other brands for my next watch.

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  24. Andrea Pasztor

    It’s arrived earlier,I was very excited to have it😁It’s said is acceptable condition,but i was surprised not that bad condition!Have few scratches but not even noticeable!!!I am very happy with it,the battery life look like about 4 days what is okay as used condition.As I can’t afford the brand new watch this is perfect for me to track my my progress for workouts,steps,how much calories i burned and sleeping time,also have notifications about txt messenger etc.I hope all tracing is accurate because i just started to go back on my fitness journey after my baby,and it’s help me understand more what is going on with my body and progress.So for now really happy with the watch and will see everything in few months time😊Thank you xx

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