How to change Fitbit Versa Band and Versa 2 bands

The Fitbit Versa series has established itself as one of the better smartwatch offerings on the market, and like any good smartwatch, you can remove the watch band that comes with it and replace it with another . Versa, Versa Lite, and Versa 2 all use the same proprietary watch band, and require little work and patience to swap. Need some help? Here is a step-by-step guide on what exactly to do.

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How to change Fitbit Versa Band
How to change Fitbit Versa Band

How to change the fitbit versa watch bands

Note – This was done using the original Fitbit Versa band which has since been discontinued. However, this process is the same as if you are using it, Versa Lite, or Versa 2. Good luck!

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Step 1 – Push on the lever of your existing band

With your Fitbit Versa turned upside down, find the quick-release lever (it’s the small metal pin near the Versa’s body).

Once you’ve located it, use your finger to push it in towards the middle of the watch. Not much pressure is required to get it to move, but having fingernails will undoubtedly help!

Step 2 – Pull the band away from the Versa

After you’ve pushed the pin in, angle the top up so that you can pull out the other end of the pin. Just like with the first step, you don’t need a lot of force to get it out.

With this done, repeat the process for the other end of the band.

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Step 3 – Slide the pin of your new band into the Versa

Now that your old watch band is removed, it’s time to connect your new one.

On the new band, push the quick-release pin down so that the end furthest away from the lever is sticking out from the bottom. From here, put it into the corresponding hole.

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Step 4 – Set the other end of the pin

Finally, you must connect the top end of the band (closest to the lever).

The bottom part is connected and while still holding the pin, push down and move it up. Let the pin go, and you should hear a small “click”, letting you know everything.

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to attach the other end of your new band.

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Take your time!

The steps required to change the Versa’s band are not at all complicated, but in practice, the mechanism can be difficult to handle. If you’ve got big fingers, the pin is sometimes too fine to work with, and the bottom part will often pop out when trying to connect the top part.

Following these steps closely can ensure that the process is as smooth as possible, but if things don’t go as planned beforehand, don’t go out. Take a deep breath – you got it!