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08-04-2019 07:59 AM
Both are good. It depends on what you want. I like the Versa becasue it looks like a watch. The inspire has a small screen and looks more like a bracelet to me. If you go to fitbit dot com and look on the products tab you can see what each has to offer.
Again it all depends on your style and what you want to use it for. Fitbits are rated high in consumer reports.
08-04-2019 02:22 PM
i have the fitbit hr 2 and like it in general, but it's very hard to read in the daylight. the info doesn't show up. the face of the versa is bigger, so maybe it will be better. i ended up buying a garmin forerunner on amazon prime day.
08-05-2019 11:00 PM
How accurate do you think the wrist fitbits are? Can they count your steps if you're shopping and pushing a cart? Likewise, do they count "steps" when you're moving your arms at your desk?
My first fitbit was the One which was on a clip. I currently have a flex 2 and bought a clip(amazon) for that. I wear the clip near the center of my body, as I would a regular pedometer.
Those with the wrist ones, do you think they are pretty accurate?
08-05-2019 11:57 PM
The wrist ones are documented to be less accurate. I have the One & the Versa. I like being able to look at the numbers on my wrist but the Versa gives me steps just for moving my wrist. And not a few. Easily over 1000 extra steps on a normal day.
I’ve honestly never thought to check while pushing a cart. I get lots of steps while sitting at my desk at work.
08-06-2019 08:59 PM
I opted for the Inspire HR. I'll try it out on the wrist. If I keep it I'll head to amazon for a screen protector and a clip for wearing.
08-06-2019 09:36 PM
08-08-2019 07:17 AM
@10sluvr I I have a Garmin and love it because the battery lasts one year plus, so you don't have to keep charging it.
That being said, I did order the QVC TSV late last night. I really like the looks of it. The only downfall for me was that I am used to not even thinking about the battery or replacing the battery when it starts to run out. For the past 2-3 years I have been able to use the Garmin in the shower, so I never take it off. That, evidently, is something new for the Fitbit to be able to wear it in the shower or while swimming.
I may regret switching to the Fitbit, but do like the looks of it.
08-08-2019 07:19 AM
@willdob3 My Garmin rarely gave me steps for pushing the grocery cart. Too bad, 'cuz I spend a lot of time shopping while pushing a cart! ha! If I am at Walmart for an hour and walking most of the time, I would like to get credit for it.
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