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Fitbit Versa 2 Health & Fitness Smartwatch + Free 90 Days Amazon Music Unlimited £140.37 @ Amazon
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Fitbit Versa 2 Health & Fitness Smartwatch + Free 90 Days Amazon Music Unlimited £140.37 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th FebEdited by:"MrSwitch"

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Good price for the 2, plus if you don't currently have amazon music, you get a free 90 day trial of their unlimited service, for new music customers only.
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  • Use built-in Amazon Alexa to get quick news, info and weather, set bedtime reminders and alarms, control your smart home devices and more—just by speaking to your smartwatch.
  • See the quality of each night’s sleep by measuring heart rate, time asleep, time awake, time in deep and REM sleep and restlessness.
  • Use 24/7 heart rate tracking to better track calorie burn, optimise effort during workouts, see your resting heart rate trends and cardio fitness level in the Fitbit app.
  • Control your Spotify app and add Deezer playlists—plus store and play 300+ songs on your wrist. Subscriptions required.
  • Get notifications for calls, texts, calendar events and apps like Gmail and Facebook—plus send quick replies right from your wrist. Works when your phone is nearby; quick replies on Android only.
  • See real-time exercise stats and check the time with just a glance—even when your hands are full. Turn the mode off to be more discreet. Always-on display requires more frequent charging.
  • A day lasts 24 hours. Versa 2 gives you much more than that. With 4+ day battery life, Fitbit Versa 2 tracks your morning, night & everything in between without needing to stop for a charge. Varies with use & other factors.
  • Load credit and debit cards to your Wallet in the Fitbit app. Available with participating banks.
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Looks good. My girlfriend is coming from Apple watch over to Android. Does anyone have this watch? How does it compare to other smartwatches particularly the Apple watch?
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McrRed17/02/2020 15:08

Looks good. My girlfriend is coming from Apple watch over to Android. …Looks good. My girlfriend is coming from Apple watch over to Android. Does anyone have this watch? How does it compare to other smartwatches particularly the Apple watch?



I was given the Versa (not V2), and i am really happy with it. I can track my workout and kind of motivate me to meet my goals. But the big plus is to have my gym music on the watch and using bluetooth earphone, i never take my phone to the gym, so before it was an old Sandisk MP3 with wired earphone and it was more of a pain than anything else. The only problem with my Versa is that sometimes in the middle of a workout it will just reboot, i don't lose the workout but i have to wait to reboot and restart music and workout reading. I am using third party face watch, so this could be the problem
Good price.

Wife has this and is pleased with it, but is quite jealous of my ticwatch pro as it does far more for the same price, although is more manly looking.
Been looking at these. It’s dropped to £140.37 now
turtle3717/02/2020 17:25

Been looking at these. It’s dropped to £140.37 now


Cheers, edited
Would 100% recommend getting a protector for the screen for these watches. I got a Versa Lite and within about a week I'd scratched the front of it (still not sure how) but it's ruined the enjoyment for me
I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you can get them much cheaper. Sellers on eBay sell the watch part only for ~£65, and straps, chargers, and bump cases cost about £20, so if you're willing to do without the box, you can save a fair whack.
Mine arrived using the above method, and I'm very happy for £80 all in, I'd be less so for £140. Just my 2p worth, hope it helps someone.
TelicVet17/02/2020 22:16

I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you …I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you can get them much cheaper. Sellers on eBay sell the watch part only for ~£65, and straps, chargers, and bump cases cost about £20, so if you're willing to do without the box, you can save a fair whack. Mine arrived using the above method, and I'm very happy for £80 all in, I'd be less so for £140. Just my 2p worth, hope it helps someone.


Any links to the seller?
Have had two fit bits now not going to buy another the battery only lasts 2 years I have had a Apple Watch for over 3 and half years with no problems so don’t waste your money stick to Apple Watch’s
I got mine from Here, but if you search for versa 2 pebble only there are plenty of them. Some 'best offers' will take £65. If you want links to the strap charger and case let me know. It's madness that you can do it this way and save money, but it's all worked out for me.
TelicVet18/02/2020 06:40

I got mine from Here, but if you search for versa 2 pebble only there are …I got mine from Here, but if you search for versa 2 pebble only there are plenty of them. Some 'best offers' will take £65. If you want links to the strap charger and case let me know. It's madness that you can do it this way and save money, but it's all worked out for me.


Thanks for the tips. Can you please give link to the charger and the strap? Does the NFC works in UK as I noticed they come from Netherlands?
I haven't signed up to the fit pay thing as I can't be bothered unlocking my watch every time I take it off, but it does seem fine in every other respect so I don't see why not.

Strap
Charger and cases
price gone up to £170.59 now.
How does it compare to garmin? My main things are accurate hr monitor and notifications and some decent latency of the OS.
TelicVet17/02/2020 22:16

I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you …I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you can get them much cheaper. Sellers on eBay sell the watch part only for ~£65, and straps, chargers, and bump cases cost about £20, so if you're willing to do without the box, you can save a fair whack. Mine arrived using the above method, and I'm very happy for £80 all in, I'd be less so for £140. Just my 2p worth, hope it helps someone.


Great advice. I'm going too look into this as a birthday treat.
TelicVet17/02/2020 22:16

I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you …I've just got one of these, and if you're prepared to do a bit of work you can get them much cheaper. Sellers on eBay sell the watch part only for ~£65, and straps, chargers, and bump cases cost about £20, so if you're willing to do without the box, you can save a fair whack. Mine arrived using the above method, and I'm very happy for £80 all in, I'd be less so for £140. Just my 2p worth, hope it helps someone.


Have you checked if it’s a fake? Just seems to be a lot of cheap ones from people selling nothing else or with zero to low feedback. Having bought a couple of things that turned out be snides and having to fight for my money back, I’m a bit wary of things that are so much cheaper.
Well it's on my wrist, syncs with Fitbit, has absolutely no issues at all, so yeah... I'd say mines pretty genuine.
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