6 Best Fit­bit Ver­sa 2 Replace­ment Bands

Namrata Gogoi

The Fitbit Versa 2 is a compelling smartwatch. It track your overall fitness and packs several exciting smart features. The ease in which you can play songs to the seamless way with which you can interact with incoming messages, it offers a lot. But when it comes to the stock band, unfortunately, it doesn't do much to justify the smartness and the premium looks of the Versa 2.

Fitbit Versa 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Active 2 4

It's a tad bit stiff, and the color of the unit we received fell on the dull side. Hence, we searched of some great replacement bands, and thankfully, the online market didn't disappoint.

There are quite a few quality third-party replacement bands for the Fitbit Versa 2 out there. And in this post, we have compiled a list of the best six straps.

1. Ultimate Protection: SupCase Unicorn Beetle Pro

SupCase Unicorn Beetle Pro

The SupCase Unicorn Beetle Pro adds a rugged look to the watch and if you do not mind sacrificing the slim factor of the Versa 2, this is the band that you should get. It offers 360-degree protection and shields the watch from scratches and scuff marks.

The Versa 2 fits like a glove in this case/strap. You will need to disconnect the bands, and then pop the watch body into it. Yes, the other way around.

As noted earlier, it's robust and protects the watch, especially the edges, from wear and tear. And well, there are quite a few who swear by the degree of protection this band brings to the table.

Best replecemnt bands for fitbit versa 2 Sup Case2

The only issue is that you will need to pop the dial for charging. It has an average user rating of 4.5-stars out of 5. FakeSpot estimates that over 60% of the reviews are reliable.

2. Everyday Wear: Welltin Breathable Woven Strap

Welltin Breathable Woven Strap

If an armored watch band is not your cup of tea, you should have a look at the Welltin's nylon bands. The fabric is both comfortable and breathable. These features make these bands very convenient for everyday wear. And the subtle looks mean you can use it for office wear or semi-formal evenings.

The standard watch buckle ensures that your watch doesn't fall off. Plus, the even gaping of the holes ensures a smooth fit.

There are quite a few color options that you can pick. If you ask us, we are in love with the multi-color option. And hey, do check out the size before ordering.

3. The Classic Look: Tobfit Soft TPU Bands

Tobfit Soft TPU Bands

The Tobfit Soft Bands brings back the classic look to your watch. These are simple TPU bands with no decorations, but rest assured that they will give your watch an elegant look. At the same time, they are robust, and you can use them in various scenarios.

They are available in many colors, and if you are someone like me who despises the original belt for its color, these belts are the best to go forward.

Do note these bands are not meant for you if you have an active lifestyle (I know, it defeats the purpose) as they tend to trap sweat under the band. On the upside, the low pricing means you can pick a belt or two and switch between them as per the color of your outfit.

4. Sports Band: XIMU Sport Bands

XIMU Sport Bands

The crux of this replacement band for the Versa 2 are the perforations and the dual color tone. The former allows for easy sweat evaporation and ensures that sweat doesn't stay trapped between the band and the skin. At the same time, the color tone adds a trendy look to the watch.

The material is very soft and comfortable to wear, and the lightweight design adds to its bouquets of features, especially if you pursue an active lifestyle.

The band is quite popular on Amazon and has managed to attract an average user rating of 4.6-stars out of 5 based on some 1700 reviews.

5. The Leather Look: Ezco Leather Bands

Ezco Leather Bands

If you want to opt for the classic and elegant looks of leather bands, you can't go wrong with the Ezco leather bands. The faux leather has a vintage look which adds to the elegance of the Versa 2. There is no special ornamentation other than the double stitching on the edges. However, the details in this affordable band are pretty much spot on. The perforations are evenly spaced, and the buckle matches the color of the edging.

Do note that the Ezco watch bands are not waterproof, and water interaction may cause the band to look discolored.

Best Leather Bands for the Fitbit Versa 2 Ezco2

This replacement band has been received well by many users. You can take your pick from seven color variations. But let us tell you, the Coffee Brown variant already has us swooning.

6. In a Pack: Neitooh Classic Soft Silicone Bands

Neitooh Classic Soft Silicone Bands

If you love to switch between different colors, it's best to invest in one of the combo-packs, such as the one by Neitooh. These are standard soft silicon bands that are available in a range of colorful options. The crux of these bands is that they are waterproof, and the soft nature of the bands makes them easy to wear for long periods, especially if you are considering them for your everyday wear.

The bands are also easy to clean should they get dirty, simply wipe the band with a damp cloth, and you should be sorted.

The crux of the Neitooh belts is that it's easy and straightforward to take them off (or put them on). That is an important feature since you will be switching between the bands a lot.

Colors Galore!

So, these were some of the best replacement bands you can get for your Fitbit Versa 2. Now, all you need to do is grab the bands and replace them. And hey, don't misplace the stock bands, for you never know hen your heart wants to go back to the original band.

Next up: Which app should you use for fit­ness tracking? Check to the comparison below to see which app is best for your needs.


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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.