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Same Simple Look
The Fitbit Sense is the perfect fitness smartwatch for women for many reasons. Premium fitness tracking, combined with a simple, yet versatile look, makes it perfect for the gym and the office.
From the first Versa to the Versa 3, the squircle shape has been working for them. The bands on the Sense are even interchangeable with the Versa 3. The only thing the Versa 3 is missing is ECG app, skin temp, stress tracking, and heart rate alerts. If you can do without those, you’ll save yourself a few bucks, but they’re worth the upgrade if you want advance health and wellness tracking.
Fitbit Sense vs Versa 3: Key Features
#1 Fitness Smartwatch For Women
- Colors: Carbon or Gold
- Battery Life: 6 Days
- Display: 1.58″ AMOLED
- GPS: Yes
- Waterproof Rating: 5 ATM
- Blood-Ox (SpO2): Yes
- Sport Modes: 20
- Notifications: text, call, and app
- Built-in stress management app
- Records AZM (Active Zone Minutes)
- Fitbit app is powerful and easy to use
- Advanced sleep tracking
- Google Fast Pair (Android-Only)
- 20 built-in exercise modes
- Records blood-oxygen levels (SpO2)
- 6-Month Fitbit Premium trial
- Advanced menstrual health tracking
- 24/7 Heart rate monitor
- Store and play music
- ECG app for AFib testing
- Skin temperature tracking
- Some advanced metrics are only available in paid subscription
- Above-average price based on features
Leave your phone at home when you go for your morning run, walk, or hike. The Fitbit Sense features built-in GPS+GLONASS, so you always get consistent workout tracking. Plus, you can save your favorite Spotify playlists and more right to the Sense. Pair it with your workout earbuds and your good to go.
Simple Yet Powerful
The Fitbit Sense is built for almost any level of fitness, yet the controls, menu, and settings are easy to learn and use. If you’ve owned any of the Fitbit Versa series fitness smartwatches, you’ll be VERY familiar with the layout.
They did a great job creating a diverse collection of turn-key workout programs. Even though some of the advanced features are only available from the Premium and/or Health Coach subscriptions, it’s the perfect program for beginners.
Most of your essential metrics are available on the free version of the Fitbit App. On the other hand, if you want some extra assistance in getting started and/or maintaining, the Fitbit Premium plan has your back. Filled with advanced feedback and tips, the collection of over 200 workouts is my favorite part.
There are plenty of workouts that can be done without gym equipment and there are currently more than 15 guided programs to help you get the ball rolling. They even include sleep and nutritional advice, so you have more control of your overall health and wellness.
If you really don’t know where and how to start your journey, the Health Coaching program is perfect. You get simple one-on-one coaching with a professional that can help you stay focused on ways to achieve your goals. Plus, they’ll help you develop your own personal action plan, with a simple and structured to-do list to help promote better habits and routines.
The Fitbit Sense is their flagship wearable, which means that it has every physical and software feature currently available from Fitbit. With a stunning 1.58″ AMOLED display, you have the perfect view of all your health and wellness metrics. Combined with Fitbit’s best-in-class fitness app, this is the best all-in-one fitness tracking program.