There’s nothing better than having a watch that can be easily customizable, and that’s what you have with a replacement band. By changing the band you can wear the watch 24/7 on any occasion whether it is for a full workout or for a fancy dinner.

But which Fitbit is the Best for customization? Are all Fitbit models able to swap bands?

Learn all about it on our Review

Which Fitbit comes with a replacement band?

  • Ace and Alta Series
  • Blaze
  • Charge Series
  • Flex 2
  • Inspire Series
  • Ionic
  • Versa Series

The most common searches on the internet in 2020 are for the Charge 2 and 3 replaceable bands as well the Versa Series because those were the best seller in 2019.

But all the before mentioned watches come with exchangeable bands.

Related: Charge 2 bands

So depending on the model you need to take different steps that will basically take the body out of the band and will allow you to add the new band on it.

The best thing to do is to find a good deal on Amazon and buy a variety of replacement bands in different colors, so you will have different matches for your clothes or shoes so you always look stylish even with a Fitness tracker.

Although the big deals, that you can buy like 30 bands for 20 dollars, are normally from second brands and are plastic bands. The high-end bands like leather, metal or even the cool sport editions ones, are available to buy by the unit. And we recommend you to buy the originals made by Fitbit, but for the day to day the exchangeable cheap bands are more than ok.

How to replace the Fitbit Bands?

So there a full article here on how to replace each band with Videos and step by step instructions.

Since there’s an article already about it here we are going to give you the steps for the Charge Series and the Versa Series that are today most common watches

Fitbit Charge Series

Both the Charge 2 and 3 come with 2 detachable bands, one on the top and the other one in the bottom.


  1. Turn over your watch and you will see the 2 wristband latches, there’s one on each end, just right when the wristband meets the frame.
  2. To release a latch, press down on the flat button on the strap
  3. Carefully pull the wristband away from the tracker to release it.​
  4. Now you need to take out the band on the other side. If you’re having trouble or if it feels stuck, gently move the wristband back and forth to release it.
  5. To attach a wristband, slide it on the end of the tracker until you feel it snap into place, then repeat on the other side. If you have trouble attaching the wristband or if it feels loose, gently move the wristband back and forth to make sure it is attached to the tracker.


Fitbit Versa Series

The Versa just like the Charge comes with a 2 detachable bands also one in the top end and the other one in the bottom end.

Note: to switch between small and large wristbands, only replace the bottom wristband.


  1. Turn the tracker over and find the quick-release lever.
  2. While pressing the quick-release lever inward, carefully pull the band away from the watch to release it.
  3. Do the same step on the other side.
  4. To attach a new band, hold the band at a 45° angle and slide the pin (the side opposite the quick-release lever) into the notch on the watch. Attach the band with the clasp to the top of the watch.
  5. While pressing the quick-release lever inward, slide the other end of the wristband into place.
  6. When both ends of the pin are inserted, release the quick-release lever.