Will a Fitbit fit my wrist? If you love Fitbit and you have a small wrist, then you have probably asked yourself this question. Well, worry no more. We have conducted our research on the latest Fitbits and compiled a list of our favorite Fitbit for small wrist below.
The Fitbit listed is incredibly comfortable to wear on the wrist, meaning they can be worn 24/7; all day, all night, when you’re sleeping, and even when you are working out. Here’s our list of the best Fitbit for a small wrist.
1. Fitbit Charge 4
Which fitness tracker is best for small wrists? What is the smallest fitness tracker? You cannot answer any of these questions and fail to mention Fitbit Charge 4. And it’s for a good reason.
This Fitbit is comfortable and can fit any wrist (small, large, or normal-sized) thanks to its easy-to-adjust straps. But this bad boy is not only convenient and easy to wear, but also comes with all the features you need to track your physical activities.
This unit can track your heart rate, breathing rate, calories burned, and sleep patterns. It also has a SpO2 sensor that enables it to measure blood oxygen levels accurately and in real-time.
Charge 4 is the first Fitbit that features an in-built GPS. This means you can get accurate distance reading without having to carry your smartphone with you during workouts. It has no color screen, but it’s legible even in dark and extremely bright conditions. We did not like the fact that it only works with Spotify Premium.
- It comes with a SpO2 sensor, which enables it to track blood oxygen levels
- Can fit all types of wrists comfortably
- Has in-built GPS
- Active Minutes tracking
- Only supports with Spotify Premium
2. Fitbit Charge 3
If you are looking for a Fitbit that can fit small wrists and has most of the things found in the Fitbit Charge 4, Fitbit Charge 3 is a great one. Like Charge 4, this unit comes with adjustable straps, which make it easy to fit even in small wrists.
Fitbit Charge 3 also comes with stable and accurate tracking sensors that will track your activities accurately. The watch also provides comprehensive data that is easy to understand and use.
This unit is also gorgeous and discreet enough for everyday wear. The display is also legible. The watch is water-resistant and recently got an on-air software update that allows it to track swimming. The battery is also great; it can last for up to 5 days. However, this unit has no on-board GPS so you’ll need to carry your phones to track your distance during workouts.
- Sophisticated and accurate tracking
- Provides comprehensive data
- Great battery
- No in-built GPS
3. Fitbit Versa 2
The Fitbit Versa 2 is another excellent watch that could not miss in our list of the best Fitbit for a small wrist. This watch is comfortable to wear 24/7 and fits perfectly even on small wrists.
This second-generation Fitbit can track daily walks, calories burned, distance traveled, and more. It has everything the average workout enthusiast would want. The watch also supports Amazon Alexa. This means you can control it by just saying “Hey, Alexa.” The data it provides is also simple to understand, and this makes it to see if you are doing things right or not.
The watch has a simple yet sophisticated design. It’s also light-weight and made using highly durable materials. The display is also easy to use even in dark or extremely bright conditions. The display also has an always-on option. The battery can last for 4-5 days. However, this unit has no in-built GPS.
- Amazon Alexa and Spotify support
- Great battery life
- Provides in-depth and easy to use data
- No on-board GPS
4. Fitbit Inspire HR
Are you looking for a Fitbit that has a premium, gorgeous design? You can never go wrong with the Fitbit Inspire HR. This wristwatch has a lot of fitness features, including breathing and heart rate tracking, calorie tracking, and step monitoring. It’s slimline and refined activity bands also make it an excellent choice for fitness enthusiasts with small wrists.
What’s more, the Fitbit Inspire HR is waterproof, which means you can use it to track your swimming activities. The watch also supports notifications and has a great battery that can serve you for up to 5 days. However, this watch has no inbuilt GPS and does not support third-party apps.
- Lots of tracking capabilities
- Compatible with Android, iOS, and windows
- Does not support third-party apps
- Has no in-built GPS
5. Fitbit Ionic
Yes, when this unit was launched, it was a little lacking in terms of smartwatch smart, but things have now changed thanks to gradual improvements made on it. This unit now ranks among the most advanced Fitbits out there.
It can track steps, heart rate, distance traveled, and more. The watch also has built-in GPS, meaning you can track your distance even if you left your phone at home.
Are you a music lover? Then you’ll fall in love with this watch even more because it comes with on-board storage for your music. The unit also supports notifications; in other words, you’ll get all your phone notifications delivered to your timepiece for added convince.
However, the process of transferring music to the watch can be tedious. The OS could also be better; it sometimes feels slow and outdated.
- Lots of tracking capabilities
- Light-weight and comfortable
- On-board music storage
- The OS could be better
- Music transfer can be tedious
6. Fitbit Versa Lite
This unit, as the name suggests, is similar to the Versa. But it has fewer features than the Fitbit Versa. If you are an average faintness enthusiast, this watch comes with everything you ever wanted in a watch: HR tracking, breathing tracking, among others.
The UI is also great to use; even the first-time users don’t need a manual to understand how to use it. Everything in this unit is pretty straightforward.
The watch also comes with a minimalist, light-weight, and comfortable design. The material used to make it is also high-quality and durable. The battery is also decent. According to Fitbit, it can last for 3-4 days. The battery in our unit lasted for 3 days. However, this Fitbit has a limited number of sport modes compared to other watches in its category.
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