Officially, there are no Fitbit for women. All Fitbits can obviously be used by both genders. However, there is no doubt that some variants look naturally more feminine. You just have to know where to look to find them.
We happen to have a few good picks in mind. So, why don't you check them out as well? And remember, just because something looks a bit more feminine, doesn't mean that guys can't get into it as well.
So, without any further ado, let's get right into it!
Best Fitbit for Women
The Versa 2 is one of the pricier Fitbits that are out there at the moment. In fact, it's quite possibly the most expensive one out of the bunch - second only to the Fitbit Ionic which we are probably not going to include due to negative reviews.
The Copper Rose variant, in particular, offers a very elegant and beautiful design. And while making something that's either elegant or beautiful isn't that much of a tough task - making something that's both of these is certainly quite a challenge.
Its AMOLED display is great not only for displaying vibrant colors - but also for enabling the AOD (Always on Display) if you wish to have it. Just keep in mind that this always drains a bit more battery.
As per usual with most smartwatches, you can expect to find features like the step tracker, calorie counter, heart-rate monitoring, etc. However, one feature that you don't commonly see in most wearables is Alexa being built-in to the device.
In case you're not familiar with it, Alexa is a voice assistant that you can control with, well, your voice. For example, instead of manually looking for weather information, you can just ask "Alexa, what's the weather like today?" and you should get all the information you need right away.
All that aside, don't forget to use the app in order to take full advantage of the device by setting goals, analyzing your sleep quality, tracking exercises, and more!
Most Passionate Color
The Fitbit Inspire is one of the cheapest Fitbits that you can get your hands on - if not the cheapest. And this one, in particular, comes with a red hue to it which we find to be rather passionate and maybe even intense.
Unfortunately, since this is one of the cheaper models, you don't get heartrate monitoring. There is still activity tracking along with sleep tracking, notification + call alerts, and the waterproof design. But, if you wish to get more exercise modes along with heartrate tracking and GPS, then you'll have to spend a bit more for the HR version.
Surprisingly enough, this is also an OLED display which is probably one of the reasons that you can get up to 5 days of battery life. Fitbit promises that it can withstand operating temperatures anywhere from -10 celsius degrees up to 45. So, despite its relatively low price point, it can certainly withstand usage in somewhat extreme conditions.
Best Girly Watch
While checking out Fitbit smartwatches, you'll commonly come across the normal editions and the special counterparts. This one is a special edition which means that not only you get this Lavender color which we think is the girliest looking in this list, but also an NFC chip for making payments on the fly!
If you don't like Lavender, there are 4 more colors to choose from in white, black, rose, and blue-grey. We personally feel like Lavender is one of the best looking Fitbit for women. Keep in mind that certain options are only available in one edition or the other. Black, for example, isn't available in the special edition.
In terms of features, you can expect to find everything that's normally present on a semi-premium Fitbit. We're talking about step tracking, heart rate monitoring, waterproofing up to 50 meters of depth, and all that good stuff.
One thing that we didn't see on the Fitbit Inspire (Though it is present on the HR version) is the breathing guidance. It's basically a method of calming yourself by controlling the rhythm of your breathing.
Best Fitbit for Women: Wrapping Up
These are our top Fitbit picks for women. To wrap things up:
- Fitbit Versa 2: Copper Rose: The most premium offering in this list with all the features you may need
- Inspire: Sangria: A budget variant with all the basic features except heart rate monitoring
- Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition: The best balance between what you pay and what you get
What's the Best Fitbit for Women?
The main difference between "Normal" Fitbits and those for women are the small design changes and the colors. That's it.
The actual capabilities and overall features are more or the same no matter the color that you'll choose. If there's one differentiating factor than that's the different models. It goes without saying that newer and more expensive models will always be more feature-rich.
So, at the end of the day, there is no such thing as one Fitbit that's the best for everyone. And it doesn't even have to be about women. Just because something is pink or rose doesn't mean that guys can't get to enjoy them as well. But, again, that's a matter of personal preference.
What is a Fitbit
Fitbits are nothing more than smartwatches that are specialized for physically active people. You can use them for tracking how many steps you take, how many calories you're burning, tracking your heart rate, and many other things in-between.
There are plenty of other, similar options out there as well with the Mi Fit 4 being one of the most popular, cheaper competitors.
That said, Fitbit smartwatches are some of the most popular in the niece due to the fact that not only they are fancy and offer a ton of customization options, but they also come with training plans and other features that most competitors don't offer.
That's all for now. Feel like we forgot to mention something important? Got anything wrong? Then let us and everyone else know about it in the comments section down below!