Fitbit Versa Lite White Price List August, 2019 & Specs in Philippines

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Fitbit Versa Lite White Price Guide

Fitbit Versa Lite White Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Fitbit Versa Lite Marina Blue ₱ 9,370.59 Axtrosports
Fitbit Versa Lite Mulberry ₱ 9,370.59 Axtrosports
Fitbit Versa Lite Lilac Offer unavailable
Fitbit Versa Lite White Offer unavailable

Fitbit Versa Lite White Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelVersa Lite
DateApr 2019
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0 LE
BluetoothYes
Headphone connectivityUSB
Wi-FiNo
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
Power
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery life96 h
Rechargeable batteryYes
Built-in batteryYes
Charging time2 h
Networking
CellularNo
Storage
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
Design
Housing colourSilver,White
Housing materialPolyester
Band colourWhite
Band sizeOne size
ShapeRectangular
Buckle colourAluminium
Buckle materialAluminium
Watch glass typeGorilla Glass 3
WaterproofYes
Waterproof up to50 m
Features
Display typeLCD
TouchscreenYes
Display diagonal3.4 cm (1.34")
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid,iOS
Display size (HxV)24.075 x 24.075 mm
Multisport modeYes
Quality of sleepYes
Vibrating motorYes
Vibrating alertYes
Distance travelledYes
Heart rate monitorYes
Heart rate contact sensorsYes
Heart rate sensor typeOptical
Heart rate measuringAutomatic,Manual
AccelerometerYes
Ambient light sensorYes
GyroscopeNo
Smart notificationsYes
Calendar notificationsYes
SMS notificationsYes

Reviews of Fitbit Versa Lite White

unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2019-06-06
While we applaud Fitbit for trying to make a really affordable smartwatch for people unwilling to drop serious cash on a wearable by omitting some features to push the price down, the company went a little bit too far with the Versa Lite.When you get do...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-30
About a year ago, we reviewed the Fitbit Versa, which was a follow-up to their successful first smartwatch, the Ionic. The Versa itself is a toned down version of the Ionic, and now the company has decided to thin it down further by introducing the Vers...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2019-06-04
It's a tricky proposition for a product launch: last year's model, but with fewer features. But sometimes the rules of consumer electronic update cycles were made to be broken — or at the very least, a little bent.Last year's Versa was itself a paring dow...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-18
Comfortable design, Four-day battery, Capable workout and sleep tracking
No WiFi support, Too expensive for what it is
I wasn't sure what to expect when Fitbit announced the Versa Lite smartwatch. It's supposed to be a pared-back iteration of last year's Versa, which itself was already a watered-down version of the company's first true smartwatch, the Ionic. For $200...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-08
It's been 10 years since Samsung launched the first Galaxy S device and this year's model continues building upon the Galaxy Foundation with innovative tech, enhanced intelligence, and an overall solid competitor to the iPhone XS Max.For more see: Galaxy...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-04
Same great design with a cheaper price, Excellent battery life, Just enough smartwatch functions
No onboard music storage, New colors are little too amateur
If not for the new blueberry and mulberry colors, it's nearly impossible to tell the $160 Fitbit Versa Lite apart from the $200 Fitbit Versa. They both have the same square aluminum frame. They both sport a 1.34-inch color display. And any of the origina...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-23
Lightweight, attractive design with interchangeable bands, Accurate heart-rate monitor, Connected GPS, Onboard music controls (but no storage), Affordable
No altimeter, No Wi-Fi antenna, App selection isn't the best
The Versa Lite confused me at first. When Fitbit announced the new Inspire and Inspire HR fitness trackers, the company also debuted the new Versa Lite. This smartwatch looks identical to the original Versa, which came out last year, but it lacks a few fe...
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gadgetnutz.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-22
Fitbit is back on the upswing, and it's largely thanks to the Versa. Launched last year, the Fitbit's second smartwatch has helped make Fitbit a serious contender in the category, after a shaky start with the Ionic. Now it's going to keep riding that mome...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-12
Lightweight, comfortable design, Waterproof, Phenomenal fitness/health tracking, 4+ days of battery life, Great price
Doesn't track swimming, No local music storage, On-screen workouts aren't supported, Awkward proprietary charger
img src=" width="800" height="600" alt="" class="image-large_wm_brw image-large">Fitbit, a company that's been primarily focused on creating and selling fitness trackers for over a decade, has suddenly found itself as the #2 smartwatch brand in the Uni...
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windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-12
Lightweight, comfortable design, Waterproof, Phenomenal fitness/health tracking, 4days of battery life, Great price
Doesn't track swimming, No local music storage, Onscreen workouts aren't supported, Awkward proprietary charger
Fitbit, a company that's been primarily focused on creating and selling fitness trackers for over a decade, has suddenly found itself as the #2 smartwatch brand in the United States — beating out the likes of Samsung, Fossil, and more.The company's fi...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-12
Lots of features for the price, Sleek, lightweight design, Long battery life, Easy to use
No on-device music storage, Sleep tracking is a bit finicky
The Fitbit Versa is one of our favorite smartwatch/fitness tracker hybrids, and at $199.95, it offers a lot of value for your dollar. But not everyone needs a watch that can count their laps in the pool or store their music. If that includes you, you can...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-12
Gorgeous high quality design, Bright and clear display, Lightweight and comfortable for 24/7 wear, Long battery life, Detailed sleep and heart rate data, Fitbit ecosystem well supported
No altimeter for stair tracking
The Fitbit Versa, see our full review, is a huge hit for Fitbit as it offers all the great functionality of a Fitbit life tracker in an attractive and comfortable watch form factor. I've been using its successor, the Versa Lite, for the past week and find...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-12
Stellar battery lif, Accurate sleep and fitness trackin, Fun color option, Onboard health tracking
Limited app stor, No onboard GP, No onboard music storage
While it's missing some of the snazziest features, the Versa Lite brings the core functionality of Fitbit's Versa at a more affordable price.In terms of shape and size, the Versa and the Versa Lite are virtually identical. Both come with a 39mm screen. Th...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-06
But this post is all about the Fitbit Versa Lite, so we'll stick to the details on that, and there's no better way to do that then diving into how exactly it differs from it's older and more capable sibling, the Versa.Oh – and before we go too far, note...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-06
Bright, easy-to-read display, Fitbit OS has improved a ton, Accurate fitness and sleep tracker, Low(ish) price point, 5ATM water resistance, Fitbit app is user friendly, Plenty of customization options with bands and case colors
No music storage, Fitbit's app ecosystem is still lacking
Fitbit is stepping up its product range with the Fitbit Versa Lite, a stripped-down version of its popular Versa smartwatch. The Versa Lite carries over the Versa's design and feature philosophy, and reaches an affordable price point without losing too m...
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cravingtech.com
Reviewed on 2019-06-25
Fitbit Versa Lite Review – Fitbit Versa is definitely my most favourite Fitbit ever, thanks to its smartwatch-look, slim design, and all the functionalities it offers like Fitbit Pay. However, it is also one of the high-end Fitbit devices and comes with a...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-24
After years of eroding sales to established smartwatch players like Apple, Fitbit finally stepped into the arena with 2017's Ionic, but its delayed entry into the market found it behind the eight ball, lumbered with half-baked software and app partnership...
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channelnews.com.au
Reviewed on 2019-04-23
In their effort to get everyone a little bit fit, Fitbit has unveiled a slew of new wearables including the pared-down version of its Versa series, and most affordable smartwatch to date, the Versa Lite Edition ($249.95). To keep the price down, it has s...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2019-04-07
Wear OS smartwatches have stagnated and are not the greatest product ever produced by Google. Truthfully, they're far from it. There aren't too many other options for the majority of the world's smartphone owners – Android owners.Fitbit is one company h...
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impulsegamer.com
Reviewed on 2019-04-01
The Fitbit Versa Lite Edition also has a lower price point at $249AUD (March 2019). Another difference between the Versa and the Lite Edition is that the new model comes with one button opposed to three, however it still can be easily navigated by the tou...
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