The bracelet of this watch collection includes two families and five models in total. The Versa family manufacturer has a Lite version, Versa 2 and Versa 2 Special Edition, while the flagship active ion watch smartwatch offers standard models and Adidas Edition models.
The Converse 2 smartwatch is smaller, rounder and more compact than the Ionic, which is larger and more solid. Ionic also offers several additional features. although the Versa 2 models have built-in Alexa, which the Ionic or Vice Versa Lite version does not.
Here's how Versa Lite Version, Versa 2 and Versa 2 Special Edition models compare Fibit Ionic and Adidas Ionic Edition to help you choose the right watch bracelet for you.
Fitbit Versus 2 vs. Ionic: Price and Which One to Buy?
- Converse Lite Edition: £149.99
- Vice versa 2: £199.99
- Conversely 2 Special Edition: £219.99
- Ionic: £259.99
- Ionic Adidas Editions: £279.99
We put the price and a short summary at the top of this feature to give you a quick, short summary, but you can keep reading if you want to know all the differences between notarization and ionic devices for a more informed decision.
There is a £130 price difference between the bottom model and the top ion model. On paper, the biggest difference in functionality is that neither model has GPS. If you're the kind of person who's more interested in tracking your lifestyle and spends most of your time working out at the gym, then the lack of GPS may not bother you.
The Ionic has a more solid build, but for the price you get a more sporty watch with more data coming back when you're tracking those outdoor activities. For runners, this is an easy choice - Ionic is the one you want. For others, on the contrary, this is an excellent device, especially with notarization. 2 models with built-in advanced voice control - do not offer ionic or, on the contrary, a lightweight version.
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- Conversely 2 is thinner and lighter
- All offer interchangeable straps
- All offers 50m water resistance
Models for Fitbit on the contrary all share a similar design to each other, as do the Ionic models. The main feature of smartwatches is still a softer profile than Ionic devices, with the back being more rounded compared to Ionic's more angular body. Ionic ones are also slightly larger and more voluminous than the other way around, which is more delicate in appearance, especially in the case of notarized 2 models.
All devices vice versa and Ionic offer interchangeable straps. Straps on both bands are an easy switch for style changes, with an active passion for the idea you decide to change the look of your watch around for any situation, from sporty to formal. There is a range of webbing available on all devices.
All models, on the contrary, have one button design and touch screen, offering slightly different operation for the two Ionic models, which have a design that includes three buttons and a touch screen. All models are water resistant up to 50m, so they are all suitable for swimming, sweating or showering.
All devices are reversed and ionic devices have a metal body, offering premium finishes.
The Versa Lite Edition comes in four color options, two of which feature color-matched aluminum housings for their straps, providing a more fun design. The Versa 2 comes in three colors including copper rose, while the Versa 2 special edition comes in two colors.
Ionic comes in three colors on model stands, including gold. Ionic Adidas Edition comes in one color.
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- On the contrary, there is not enough GPS and
- All Bluetooth features
- All rooms have a color touch screen
- Reverse 2 models with AMOLED displays in front of LCD
The centerpiece of both watch families is the display, with Fitbit offering an interface that is loaded with color and brightness. Rated at 1000 nits brightness - it's brighter than many smartphones - it's perfect for cutting through reflections when you're outdoors. The models, on the contrary, 2 offer an AMOLED display, while the Ionic and Versa Lite Edition have LCD screens.
Connectivity is similar: all of these devices support Bluetooth for connecting to a smartphone or headphones and they also offer an optical heart rate monitor on the back.
While they all have an accelerometer and a gyroscope, none of the Fitbit models, on the contrary, have GPS. This means they won't accurately record your location and track distances on their own - you'll have to plug in 2 devices or vice versa Lite version on your smartphone to get any location data.
As such, the Ionian is best suited for those who work or ride outdoors who want accurate speed and distance data.
All models, except, on the contrary, have a light version of the altimeter, that is, they offer data on heights.
Ionic and Versa 2 models offer five days of use, which improves on the contrary the Lite version for a whole day. All watches perform fairly well compared to Apple Watch or Wear OS devices in terms of battery life, beating both.
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Features & Functions
- Fitbit OS
- Fitbit Pay (not vice versa Lite version)
- Bluetooth music (not vice versa Lite version)
- Built in Alexa (only vice versa 2 models)
On the features front, both the Ionic watches offer a similar set of features, but on the contrary 2 models, both have built-in Amazon Alexa voice control , on board which, on the contrary, there is no lite version and the Ionic model, and vice versa the Lite version has somewhat smaller other features too.
All devices offer a wristband toll, except, on the contrary, in the Lite version, which allows contactless (using banks). All but the opposite Lite version also offer Bluetooth connectivity in headphones.
This means you can have smartphone-free music when you work out, with the ability to sync tracks to your watch if you have the Vers 2, Vers 2 Special Edition or any of the Ionic models.
The Pebble smartwatch runs on the same platform, so you get a similar experience, although the 2 introduces support for Spotify, as well as a number of software features such as sleep result and sleep mode. Version 2 models also have always on display mode, which, on the contrary, does not exist in the Lite version and the Ionic model.
Fitness bracelets Fitbit for activity tracking numbers, but as we said above, Ionian is what GPS is to provide more accurate distance and speed logging. Ionic Adidas Edition also has Adidas on the workout screen, while standard Ionic, Vice 2 and Vice 2 Special Edition models have a normal workout screen. The Versa Lite version does not have an on-screen workout along with music storage, paid mileage and an altimeter, as we mentioned earlier.
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