They opt against buying the Series 3 with water resistance and cellular capabilities in favor of the more affordable Series 1.
If you like Fitbit's wearable hardware, but feel the software is still somewhat rudimentary, you'll be happy to hear a couple of key new features are now enabled on both the Versa and Ionic.
You can now officially purchase a $200 Fitbit Versa or $230 Special Edition with Fitbit Pay support from a large number of authorized US retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy.
Smaller, lighter, arguably prettier and cheaper than the Ionic, the Fitbit Versa smartwatch is still swim-proof and filled to the brim with health and fitness features.
Already leaked in a bunch of revealing renders, the looming Fitbit Versa "mass appeal" smartwatch gets a name... and one more high-quality promo image today.