Fitbit is happy with the numbers its latest smartwatch – the Fitbit Versa – is pulling. The watchmaker has announced that it has shipped over 1 million units in less than two months.
The Fitbit Versa can be called a cheaper version of the Fitbit Ionic – another smartwatch released this year. The low-price and also female health tracking feature seems to have helped the watch gain popularity.
Fitbit said over 2 million people have used the female health feature which logs period, records symptoms and compares cycles since it announced it in May.
The Ionic, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to be doing so well. Fitbit said it didn’t meet the sales target it set. The Ionic has built-in GPS unlike the Versa and sells for $249 ($299 before) as against the Versa’s $199.95 tag.