Elegance is a sophisticated metallic-texured clockface that matches the shape of your watch. It can match your identity too: personalise your watch by replacing the 'Elegance' logo with your name!

You can change the colour of the face to match your watch or clothes. Options are silver, rose gold, marina blue, mulberry purple, yellow gold and green.

Elegance can display an activity measure (eg, steps), which you can change by touching the centre of the dial. Activity measures can be given as a percentage of your daily goal.

If the watch’s hands obscure the windows below them, touch near the rim to display the windows on top of the hands briefly.

If you prefer a clean minimalistic look, you can hide the day name and activity measure.

To make the time easy to read even though the clockface isn't round, Elegance's hands change their lengths depending on where they're pointing.

Elegance is compatible with Versa, Versa Lite, Versa 2, Versa 3, and Sense.

On watches with an 'Always-On Display' mode, Elegance can use that mode.

Elegance costs $1 USD + tax.

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How do I put my name on it?

To change the name (logo) displayed on the clockface, you'll need to get into the Elegance clockface settings on your phone (or tablet). How to do this varies between different sorts of phones. Roughly speaking, you need to open the Fitbit app on your phone, get into the 'Account' section, select your device (eg, Versa), and select 'Clock faces'.

If Elegance has been installed and is your currently-selected clockface, you'll see an image of it there. Touch the image, and a screen should open that has a 'Settings' label. Select 'Settings', and Elegance's settings should be displayed. Find the section called 'Logo' (you may have to swipe up to see it). Touch 'Name', type your name in the space provided, and select 'Save'.

That should be it. The changed name should be displayed on the watch within a few seconds.

What does the heart rate percentage mean?

When you select 'Activity as % of goal', the heart rate value is expressed as a percentage of your maximum heart rate. Information about your maximum heart rate, and how the heart rate percentage relates to the heart-rate zones, is available here.