Fitbit Versa Lite drops below $100 with all the fitness basics on deck
Then again, it's hard to realistically expect an already affordable device like the Fitbit Versa Lite will go down even lower than $99.96. Commercially released earlier this year at a starting price of 160 bucks, the fitness-centric smartwatch was previously on sale on Amazon at 20 percent off list. This new all-time low price of a few cents under a Benjamin represents an even heftier markdown of almost 40 percent, and if you haven't shopped from QVC before, you can save an extra $20 with the promo code "TAKE10."
The official website of the popular home shopping TV channel also advertises a couple of neat freebies with this already great deal, throwing in a 1-month Fitbit Premium trial and gratis Grokker Fitness access for no less than three months. That makes it even clearer this is a wearable device focused first and foremost on helping you get in shape, with a robust list of "all-day" activity tracking features including everything from steps to heart rate, distance, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity, and stationary time.
The Fitbit Versa Lite is also capable of rigorously monitoring your sleep, but naturally, because we're talking about a "Lite" smartwatch, certain features the regular Versa and Versa 2 offer are missing here. Namely, there's no on-board music storage, no gyroscope, and no barometric pressure sensor. On the bright side, the Lite is just as swim-proof as its "cousins", and it's good for both men and women, offering among others insights into the female health of the wearer. Oh, and the thing can also keep the lights on for more than four days on a single charge.