At one time not long ago, Fitbit was the clear leader in digital fitness trackers.
That title began slipping from its grasp, however, after the Apple Watch came into existence four years ago.
While the Lite has just one button instead of the Versa's three, and comes in some new colors (blue, mulberry, lilac, and white), you could easily mistake it for last year's smartwatch at a quick glance.
The Versa Lite tracks steps, workouts, calories burned, heart rate, sleep stages—all of the things you'd expect from a Fitbit.
The company claims it gets more than four days of battery life on a charge.
Fitbit has a personalized coaching app called Fitbit Coach that provides onscreen workouts, but those onscreen sessions won't run on the Versa Lite.