Monday, 13 March 2017

Fastrack Reflex fitness tracker launched at Rs. 1,995

Popular Fashion brand Fastrack (owned by Titan) has forayed into the fitness tracker market with the stylish looking Reflex. It has all the features and functionalities present on Xiaomi's Mi Band 2, but doesn't get a heart rate sensor.

Similar to Mi Band 2, the Reflex sports an OLED display, which shows time, date, battery level and fitness related data. It can also keep track of day to day activities including steps taken, distance traveled, calories consumed, sleep patterns and more. It also offers sedentary reminder, meaning, if you're inactive for long intervals, you'll be notified to move.

The fitness band is compatible with Android and iOS devices, and connects to them via Bluetooth, to notify the wearer of incoming calls texts or alarms. There's also a dedicated app called Reflex, which stores all fitness data collected by the tracker.

It is water resistant, and can run for up to 15 days on a single charge depending on the usage.

The Fastrack Reflex is priced at Rs. 1,995 and comes in Chic Purple, Distinctive Black and Dazzling Blue colors. It will be available in Titan and Fastrack stores starting today. Fastrack's Reflex will directly compete with Xiaomi Mi Band 2, which retails for Rs. 1,999.

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