Best Fitness Bands In India (January 2020)

by | Jan 7, 2020

With the ever-changing food and living habits, maintaining a healthy diet has become a tedious exercise.

That’s where a solid workout schedule comes to play.

Having a fitness band makes your workouts easier and on point with accurate data and related statistics.

Fitness trackers include sensors that measure each and every activity including the body metabolism and gives you an exact sketch of your workout.

This helps save a lot of time and effort, by giving details about your daily exercise routines.

Here’s to those fitness minded freaks, a list of six best fitness trackers available in the Indian market that comes with industry-leading tech and unmatched durability.

Best Fitness Bands in India

1. Fitbit Charge HROverall Best Pick
2. Garmin Viovosmart HR+Small and Compact Fitness Band
3. Mi Band 4Best Budget Fitness Tracker
4. Honor Band 5Feature Rich Fitness Tracker
5. Samsung Galaxy e FitBest Branded Fitness Tracker
6. Mi band HRXBest Budget Fitness Tracker
7. Sonata RushBest Build Quality
8. Lenovo HX03F SpectraValue for MoneyFitness Band
9. GOQii Vital 2.0Best Subscription Based Fitness Tracker
10. Noise Colorfit 2Honorable Mention

1. Fitbit Charge HR

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Overall Best Pick
  • 24 x 7 heart life sensor
  • Precise sensor data
  • Feature-rich app

Fitbit is a frontrunner in fitness tracking devices in the entire world.

Renowned for its sensor accuracy and the companion app robustness, the Fitbit Charge HR offers unparalleled exercise and metabolism tracking, 24 x 7.

Design and Build Quality

The Fitbit Charge HR isn’t like anything out there in the market when it comes to design and aesthetics.

This device is primarily meant to be a fitness tracker and nothing else.

The minimal design and easy to use single-button control leave no trace of confusion on how to operate it.

The hard rubber strap is thick and offers excellent durability in the long term. This thick strap might feel uncomfortable for those who have thin wrists.

Display

The Fitbit Charge HR features a small single line OLED display.

The display is too conspicuous and gives information about the vital statistics without any bells and whistles.

Being an OLED display, the screen offers excellent contrast levels.

The blacks are deep and dark, comfortable enough for the display to be legible in the direct sunlight.

The small display helps in having no distractions during your workouts.

Hardware Features

The Fitbit Charge HR comes with a 24 x 7 dynamic heart rate monitor, 3- axis accelerometer and an altimeter for those who love hiking.

The all-time on optical heart rate monitor is very accurate and offers constant monitoring of your body metabolism during different workout exercises.

The measurement of calories burnt and steps taken are on point and offers excellent accuracy consistently.

The regular sleep monitoring options are available on this fitness tracker as well.

Miscellaneous

There isn’t any inbuilt GPS on this fitness tracker but instead, it uses assisted GPS on your smartphone to track and map the routes you have walked.

The Fitbit app is feature-rich and is the best among all other fitness-related apps on either iOS store or play store.

The always-on heart rate monitor is quite useful but it comes at the cost of extra battery usage.

The Fitbit Charge HR comes with IP67 certification. It can be used outside in rains but with caution.

Battery Life

The Fitbit Charge HR features a Li-Po battery that lasts for 5 days on a single charge.

It takes 1-2 hours for this battery to charge from empty to 100%.

Verdict

If you want a fitness tracker and nothing else fancy, the Fitbit Charge HR is the one to check out.

The high-quality precise sensors and the always-on heart rate monitor makes this device, one of the best fitness trackers available in the market right now.

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Sleek and elegant design

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IP67 certification

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Solid build quality

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No GPS

 Specifications

Display0.88- greyscale OLED
StrapHard rubber
Heart Rate SensorYes
Battery LifeUP to 5 Days
Water resistanceIP67

2. Garmin Vívofit 4

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Small and Compact Fitness Band
  • Move IQ automatic workout tracking
  • One year battery life
  • Feature-rich companion app

Garmin is a well-acclaimed GPS technology-assisted navigation equipment manufacturer in the whole world.

The company has now indulged itself in making fitness bands and the Vivofit 4 is one of their entry-level offerings in the Indian market.

Design and Build Quality

The Garmin Vivofit 4 is perhaps the cutest looking fitness bands available in the market right now. The ultra-small fitness tracker enclosed within the textured silicone strap makes it look cool and attractive.

The metallic paint coated single control button stands out from the rest of the body and adds to the visual appeal of this device.

Overall, the Garmin Vivofit 4 feels extremely lightweight and comfortable in the hands, even for longer periods of time and not only when you do the workouts.

Display

This fitness tracker has an always-on 0.88-inch colour display that offers excellent sunlight readability.

Although the display is small, the fonts and animations are sufficiently large and can be easily understood with just a glance.

The intelligent backlight technology helps in significant battery savings. The single button navigation upfront helps to cruise through the UI effortlessly.

Hardware Features

First things first, the Garmin Vivofit 4 doesn’t have a heart rate sensor. Instead, it does feature a precise accelerometer inside that accurately tracks your steps.

The steps counter and sleep monitor works flawlessly and is one of the most accurate in the market at this price point.

You are given a personalized daily step goal based on your workout history and the device motivates you to follow the routine to achieve the target.

The Move IQ feature from Garmin automatically detects the workout and starts tracking the statistics on its own.

This solves a fundamental problem with most people who forget to switch on the tracker during their workouts.

This device can withstand light rains and is water-resistant up to 50m.

Miscellaneous

This device comes with a variety of useful tools on board that enhances usability. The weather widget offers a one-touch overview of the climate around.

You can even set the alarm on this fitness band. It can double up as a stopwatch and even a lost phone finder when paired with the phone via Bluetooth.

Battery Life

The Garmin Vivofit 4 is powered by a button cell battery that doesn’t need the normal frequent charging.

The Vivofit 4 is rated to last for a full 1-year on a single battery after which you can swap it to further use the device.

Verdict

The Garmin Vivofit 4 is a budget fitness tracker with the world-class build quality and sensor accuracy.

The always-on display and the one-year battery life makes it a perfect companion for your trips and adventure hikes.

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Always on colour display

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Personalized activity tracking

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Interchangeable Straps

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No heart rate sensor

 Specifications

Display0.35-inch
StrapSilicone
Heart Rate SensorNo
Battery Life1 year
Water ResistanceUp to 50 m

3. Mi Band 4

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Best Budget Fitness Tracker
  • Accurate daily activity tracker
  • 24/7 heart rate sensor
  • Up to 20 days of battery life

Xiaomi was one of the first companies to bring in a fitness band to the country with their original Mi band. It didn’t have a screen and came with LED indicators instead at that time.

The Mi band 4 is the latest and greatest fitness tracker Xiaomi has recently released in the country.

Improving upon the design and features of its predecessors, the Mi band 4 beats the competition with a punch.

Design and Build Quality

The Mi band 4 has the same design principle that its younger siblings came with.

The curves around the tracker module is a bit more subtle and look very classy at all angles.

The silicone strap is lightweight and comfortable to wear around. There are straps in different colours available to purchase from the Mi store.

There is a soft capacitive button that is a bit recessed from the body below the display to move back and forth the options on the screen.

The tracker unit itself is made of aluminium alloy and feels durable and solid.

The strap is made of thermoplastic elastomer and is very flexible. Overall, the build quality seems to be excellent for the price.

Display

The Mi band 4 has 0.95-inch OLED display. The display is horizontal and can be read without any problems even under direct sunlight.

Having an OLED display has also other benefits such as improved efficiency when it comes to battery consumption.

The visibility is great indoors but in direct sunlight, you might have to strain your eyes a bit, nothing like a deal-breaker though.

Once you pair the Mi band 4 with your smartphone over Bluetooth, calls and text notifications can be seen on the screen and can be rejected or marked as read right away by clicking the physical button.

Sensors

The Mi band 4 packs in all of the necessary sensors that too in excellent quality.

The active heart rate monitor is very accurate and measures the metabolism rate on par with other expensive fitness bands.

Usual features such as step counter, sleep tracker, burned calorie calculator is present and works pretty well.

The Mi band app that can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play store is very simplistic and provides a lot of info on your workouts and other performance metrics.

The data measurements are very accurate and provide an accurate summary of your daily workout schedule.

Miscellaneous

Yes, the Mi band 4 edition is water-resistant and comes with an IP68 certification. This means you can take this device out with you no matter what the weather is it outside.

With the tight integration with the smartphone ecosystem, this device can be used as a password replacement when it is paired with your Android smartphone.

With the band in hand, you can unlock the device without having to enter a password.

The 0.95-inch OLED display has a glance feature that will turn on when you look at it and provide a summary of notifications.

It also can display the weather in your locality and the future forecasts at the flick of the wrist.

Battery Life

This is where the Mi band 4 trumps other smart bands by a long distance.

The 135mAh Li-ion battery inside is not the largest capacity battery found on a fitness tracker, but with excellent hardware optimizations, Xiaomi has managed to make this device lasts up to 20 days on a single charge.

The only gripe with the charging of this device is that the tracker module has to be taken out of the strap and fitted onto the separate charger which is a cumbersome process.

Verdict

The Mi band 4 is the perfect device for you if you are into jogging.

The accurate pedometer and the long-lasting battery life will make this device one of your favourites in no time for sure.

If you don’t mind the omission of a heart rate sensor, this cheap fitness tracker is one of the best in the market priced under Rs.3,000.

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Colourful OLED display

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Water-resistant up to 50m

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Unlimited watch faces

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Cumbersome charging process

 Specifications

Display0.95″ OLED
StrapThermoplastic polyeurethene
Heart Rate SensorYes
Battery Life20 Days
Water ResistanceUp to 50 m

4. Honor Band 5

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Feature-Rich Fitness Tracker
  • A unisex smart fitness band
  • Water-resistant up to 50m
  • The bright and vivid AMOLED display

The Huawei Band 5 is the latest budget fitness tracker which supersedes the functionalities of the companies own Honor band 4.

Design and Build Quality

The Huawei Band 5 features one of the most polished designs in the sub. Rs.3000 fitness tracker category.

The refined design and the fit and finish of the construction of this fitness tracker make it look exciting and premium to wear and flaunt it in public.

The silicone strap is of good quality and feels lightweight and comfortable around the wrist.

The clip-on a mechanism in the strap of Honor band 5 minimises the effort to wrap around the wrist and tie it securely.

The display sits flush with the strap and appears seamless as a single piece of product.

The number of holes on the strap of this smart band is ideal and makes this tracker suitable to wear for those who have large as well small hands alike.

Sensors

The Huawei band 5 comes equipped with an optical heart rate monitor which has a PPG (photoplethysmogram) sensor for higher accuracy.

This sensor works extremely well to provide you with the best possible results with higher accuracy compared to its competitor devices.

This sensor is capable of continuous heart rate monitoring. You don’t have to fire up the sensor whenever you want to check on your metabolism rate.

The Huawei TruSleep tracking technology accurately segments your sleep cycle into different sections and provides an in-depth idea about your sleeping patterns.

The 6-axis accelerometer is one of the best we have seen in this price segment and returns precise data.

Display

The Huawei band 5 has a 0.95-inch AMOLED display which is one of the best in its category with a resolution of 240 x 120 pixels.

The text and icons appear sharp and clear even under direct sunlight. The contrast levels of OLED screens always trumps that of an LCD and it’s evident on this device.

The navigation through the options and menus are carried out by pressing a capacitive button on the display. The interactions are smooth and very responsive as well.

Since only the active pixels are lit up, the black background of the display looks stunning and blends well with the strap, especially the black one.

Miscellaneous

The Huawei Band 5 can be synced to your smartphone and set to receive notifications from third-party applications such as Whatsapp and Email.

You can dismiss the notifications and even reject the calls by pressing the hardware button placed below the display.

Battery Life

The Huawei Band 5 is powered by a 110 mAh Li-ion battery that will last for up to 14 days on a single charge.

The OLED display and the M4 core technology inside makes this tracker very energy efficient.

The Bluetooth v4.2 protocol also makes sure that the energy consumption is minimal when paired with the smartphone.

It takes about 1.5 hours to charge the battery inside, which in terms of the capacity of the battery is a bit stretched.

Verdict

If you are in search of a fitness tracker with excellent battery life and precise sensors, look no further.

The design of this tracker is very stylish and blends with any type of attire seamlessly. With a 1-year warranty, this tracker is a compelling product worth noting.

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Swim stroke recognition

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Robust build quality

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Real-time heart rate monitor

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Limited watch faces

 Specifications

Display0.95″ POLED Display
StrapSilicone
Heart Rate SensorYes
Battery LifeUp to 14 Days
Water ResistanceYes, Up to 50 m

 

5. Samsung Galaxy e Fit

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Best Branded Fitness Band
  • OLED display
  • 6 days of battery life
  • The IP67 water and dust resistance

Samsung Galaxy e Fit is the cheapest wearable device from Samsung released recently in the Indian market.

This fitness band from Samsung offers excellent value for money features at such an affordable price tag.

Design and Build Quality

The Samsung Galaxy e Fit has a similar active fitness tracker design which resembles most other devices in its price range.

The removable strap is made from PU and is very lightweight and comfortable to wear.

The whole tracker weighs only 15g and one won’t even notice this device on his/her wrist.

The fit and finish, being a Samsung product is right on point and couldn’t have been better.

Display

The Samsung Galaxy e Fit comes with a 0.74-inch POLED display with a resolution of 128 x 64 pixels.

This black and white display offers decent brightness and being an OLED display, has excellent contrast levels with deep blacks and popping whites.

This is not a touch screen but you can tap on the screen to cycle between the screens.

Sensors

Samsung has included a heart rate sensor and an accelerometer in this budget fitness band.

The heart rate monitor is decently accurate for causal fitness purposes.

The built-in accelerometer detects your movements and track steps as well as to aide in features such as raise to wake.

Miscellaneous

The Samsung Galaxy e Fit is controlled via the Samsung Health app on your smartphone.

Available in both play store and iOS store, this feature-rich app lets you control the tracker right from your smartphone without much hassle.

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy e Fit has a 70mAh battery inside to power the display and the sensors.

This battery will last for about 6 days on a single charge and takes about 2 hours to charge from empty to a hundred per cent.

Verdict

Samsung Galaxy e Fit is a feature-rich, yet affordable fitness band priced competently under Rs.2000.

With the robust build quality and decent battery life, this OLED display tracker will prove to be a worthy companion in your fitness exercises.

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Reliable brand

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Polished fit and finish

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1-year warranty

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No colour display

 Specifications

Display0.74″ POLED
StrapSilicone
Heart Rate SensorIP67
Battery LifeUp to 6 Days
Water ResistanceYes

6. Mi Band HRX

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Best Budget Fitness Band
  • 20 days of battery life
  • Feature-rich Mi fit app 
  • OLED display

Mi fitness bands are always one of the best sellers in the smart wearables category in India.

The company has a loyal fan following eagerly waiting for new product releases and religiously purchases the same.

The Mi band HRX is a trimmed down version of the Mi Band 3, aimed at starters to the fitness band scene.

Design and Build Quality

The Mi band HRX is designed with simplicity in mind and the minimal design will appeal to the youth.

The soft silicone rubber strap is one of the most comfortable straps we have come across in a budget smart fitness band.

This strap has a cutout for the actual tracker to rest inside, which makes sure the tracker won’t tip-off from the strap no matter how hard you move your wrist around.

The textured single button control helps you navigate through the options quickly and effortlessly.

Xiaomi also certifies that this smartband has gone through several steps of durability testing to ensure the device stays functional for a longer period.

Sensor Details

The accelerometer sensor inside with improved fitness tracking algorithms works excellently to provide accurate measurements.

It tracks your steps, calories burnt and monitors the sleep cycle precisely.

The Mi fit app supplements these reading by providing a complete report on your metabolic rate in an appealing UI to the eyes.

Display

This smart band comes equipped with a 0.6-inch OLED display. This display has been UV treated and comes with a special coating to resist scratches and smudges.

The OLED panel is sufficiently bright and offers acceptable outdoor performance.

Miscellaneous

The Mi band HRX is IP67 certified and offers the user peace of mind from dust, sweat and water.

It also notifies about the messages from various messaging applications installed on your smartphone and missed calls in real-time.

This device can also be used to unlock your device without requiring a login credential, provided that you have given administrator access for the Mi fit app.

The Mi band HRX used Bluetooth v4.0 for wireless connection with the host device.

Battery Life

The 70mAh Li-ion battery inside the Mi band HRX lasts for a whopping 20 days of usage, thanks to the OLED display.

To charge the device, you will have to take the tracker out of the strap and insert it to the proprietary charging dock, which is a cumbersome process, to be honest.

Verdict

The Mi band HRX is for those who would like to own a Mi smartband but doesn’t have a budget to afford the newer Mi band 3.

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Minimal and elegant design

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Accurate sensor

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UV treated scratch resistant display

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Cumbersome charging process

 Specifications

Display0.6″ OLED
StrapSilicone
Heart Rate SensorIP67
Battery Life20 Days
Water ResistanceNo

7. Sonata Rush Smartband

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Best Build Quality
  • OLED display
  • 7-day battery life
  • IPX6 water and dust resistance

Sonata is a household name to the Indian consumers, thanks to the affordable watches from the company which is under the Titan brand.

The Sonata Rush is a new step towards fitness-based smart wearables from Titan, targeting the health-conscious youth in the country.

Design and Build Quality

The Sonata Rush smart band is build using premium materials to ensure its longevity in Indian conditions.

The TPU strap looks unique with its textured design and feels comfortable in hand.

The strap can be easily swapped or removed depending upon your preference.

The rubber texture on the back of the fitness tracker sits flush on your wrist and doesn’t induce any sort of skin irritation whatsoever.

The clip mechanism on the strap has adequate holes to ensure that this smartband fits on to your wrists, no matter how big or small it is.

Sensors

The Rush smartband comes equipped with the bare minimum of sensors required for a fitness tracker. However, retailing at a price under Rs.1000, this isn’t a dealbreaker.

The accelerometer inside this smartband delivers precise readings and tracks your physical activities for accurate workout metrics.

The sleep and step tracker works fine and without any issues.

The dedicated smartphone app has an intuitive design and effortlessly displays all the necessary information at a single glance.

Display

This smartband from Sonata comes with a 0.8-inch OLED display. This display is has a respectable resolution of 128 x 80 pixels.

It gets sufficiently bright in outdoor conditions to ensure visibility even under direct sunlight.

The capacitive physical button below the display helps you navigate through the menus and options easily.

Miscellaneous

The Sonata rush smartband is certified IPX6 water and dust resistant. You can take this band outdoors no matter what the weather conditions are like.

Powered by the Bluetooth v4.2, this device syncs with the smartphone with minimal energy consumption.

Battery Life

The rush smartband is powered by an 80mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery pack which lasts for up to seven days of usage on a single charge.

Since the fitness tracker comes with a micro USB port integrated into the chassis, the charging process is as easy as plugging the device directly on to the laptop or a portable power bank.

Verdict

If you have a limited budget but want to try out the fitness band ecosystem, the SOnat rush smartband is a great choice, to begin with.

The OLED display and the 7-day battery life along with a precise accelerometer sensor is very well worth a thousand bucks you spend on this device.

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Affordable

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Elegant design

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Lightweight

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No touch-enabled display

 Specifications

Display0.8″ OLED
StrapTPU
Heart Rate SensorIPX6
Battery Life7  Days
Water ResistanceNo

8. Lenovo HX03F Spectra

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Value for Money Fitness Band
  • Elegant design
  • 1-year international warranty
  • TFT LCD colour display

Lenovo is aiming to be a major player in the fitness band industry deviating from its smartphone portfolio it seems.

The spectra series smart fitness trackers offer one of the best value for money deals currently in the Indian fitness band market.

Design and Build Quality

Lenovo has done some serious thoughts before designing this smart fitness tracker for sure.

Although most of the trackers feature a boxy design, Lenovo has somehow managed to infuse charm to the otherwise bland design.

The silicone strap feels solid and durable and fits nicely on to the wrist.

The metallic lock mechanism is strong and offers a tight fit for wrists of different sizes.

There is a grey encasing around the tracking device which when blends with the strap gives this device a premium feel to it.

The build quality is quite good for the price and overall, this fitness band looks really elegant and solidly built.

Display

The Lenovo HX03F Spectra comes loaded with a 0.8-inch TFT LCD colour display with a resolution of 160 x 80 pixels.

The display has a touch-sensitive button on the lower part which can be used to navigate through the different modes and menus effortlessly.

Since this is a TFT LCD panel, the brightness levels are decent but the crispness and the contrast levels of an OLED panel are missing.

The font sizes appear larger and are easily legible even from a distance.

The multi-coloured panel is a joy to use indoors but has some reflectivity issues under direct light.

Sensors

The Lenovo HX03F Spectra has a dynamic heart rate sensor that precisely measures your heart beats and provides a rough idea of your body metabolism rate via the app.

This device also comes with a lot of sports tracking features such as step counter, burnt calorie calculator, sleep monitor etc.

The motion tracking works very well on this device and the distance calculation is spot on.

Usually, budget activity trackers come equipped with below-par quality sensors, but not on this device.

The Lenovo HX03F has a staying awake feature built-in which prove very useful if you’re a frequent driver.

It will alert you in set intervals by a series of pulsed vibrations that will keep you alert to your surroundings while driving at night without falling asleep.

Miscellaneous

The Lenovo HX03F comes with IP68 certification. You can wear this tracker and go out no matter what the weather is outside.

Featuring the latest Bluetooth v4.2 to pair with the smartphone, the Lenovo HX03F offers a much more power-efficient stable connection when compared with its predecessors.

Lenovo also provides a 1-year international warranty on this product.

You can claim your service anywhere in the world no matter where you purchased it.

Battery Life

The Lithium Polymer battery inside this device is rated to last for about 5 days worth of usage on a single charge.

Like most of the other new-generation fitness trackers, the Lenovo HX03F comes with USB direct charging feature.

This will let you charge the device anywhere from a suitable USB power outlet without the need for any cables or adapters.

Verdict

The Lenovo HX03F is a stylish fitness tracker that is well built and features high-quality sensors inside for accurate tracking.

With IP68 certification, you can easily take this tracker everywhere with you even in the shower without having the fear of damaging the device.

The colour display is yet another speciality of this device which makes it look much cooler to look at.

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Good build quality

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Accurate sensor data

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IP68 water resistance

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The screen is very reflective

 Specifications

Display0.9″ TFT color display
StrapSilicone
Heart Rate SensorIP68
Battery Life5 Days
Water ResistanceYes

9. GOQii Vital 2.0

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Subscription-Based Fitness Tracker
  • Feature-rich Goqii app
  • Bright and vivid OLED display
  • Accurate sensors

GOQii is a California based fitness technology company that provides fitness-based personalized coaching along with their fitness tracking devices on a subscription-based model.

The company has some of the most affordable fitness trackers in the market that comes with a lot of sensors which aides in providing a complete health report via the app.

Build quality and design

The GOQii Vital 2.0 fitness band is designed in California and looks similar to the low budget fitness tracker sibling, the original GOQii band which is a fitness tracker that costs less than Rs.2000.

The strap of this fitness band is made of soft rubber and is very comfortable to wear on your wrist. The clip mechanism on this strap is similar to the one found on smartwatches.

Fitness tracker module sits flush with the band and can be removed by pushing it out of the centre cradle by applying a little bit of pressure.

Be sure to be careful while doing this as severe pushing might harm the strap of the display of the tracker.

Display

The GOQii vital 2.0 comes equipped with a 0.8-inch OLED colour display that has a vertical orientation.

The display is bright and sharp with excellent colour reproduction. The texts appear sharp and look nice on the pitch-black background.

The coloured icons feel much more intuitive that the black and white ones and offers a great immersive experience interacting with the device.

Sensors

GOQii devices always come with a lot of health-related fitness sensors no matter what the budget is.

The GOQii Vital 2.0 comes with an advanced dynamic heart rate sensor and a blood pressure monitor.

The measurements from these sensors are synced with the GOQii app on your smartphone and the app provides a detailed report on your health conditions based on the reading from those sensors.

This device comes loaded with an exercise mode, which tracks metrics such as steps taken, calories burnt and distance covered.

This feature helps you set a target in advance and keep track of your progress.

Miscellaneous

GOQii Vital 2.0 isn’t just a fitness tracker. The GOQii app comes with a lot of in-house services such as a personalized fitness coach who will review the data from the sensors and suggest you ways to improve your fitness and health.

However, this service comes under a subscription fee which you’re free to opt-in or opt-out of.

If you’re serious to have dedicated professional advice for your workouts, then paying for the subscription is well worth it.

Similar to other smart bands, the GOQii vital 2.0 can display notifications from your smartphones such as calls and texts.

Third-party applications such as Whatsapp can be configured to send alerts to the tracker as well.

Battery life

With all the sensors stuffed in and the colourful OLED screen, the battery life isn’t a let down on the lower side with this device.

On a single charge, the GOQii Vital will last up to 15 days with the sync turned on all the time.

The tracker module comes with a USB port built-in.

This makes the device easy to charge directly from a power source such as a power bank or a laptop without requiring a separate charger.

Verdict

The GOQii Vital 2.0 is one of the full-fledged fitness trackers available in the market.

Loaded with sensors such as a dynamic heart rate monitor and blood pressure sensor, this device comes at the top of our list due to its feature-rich app which provides a detailed report on your health condition.

Option to interact with a live specialist for your doubts and suggestions is also a great value addon even if it costs a couple of hundred rupees extra.

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Accurate blood pressure monitor

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Waterproof and swim friendly

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Robust build quality

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Subscriptions are not for everyone

 Specifications

Display0.8″ OLED
StrapSoft rubber
Heart Rate SensorYes
Battery Life15  Days
Water ResistanceYes

10. Noise Colorfit

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Honorable Mention
  • Suited for youngsters
  • 0.96-inch colour display
  • IP67 certified device

Go Noise is an Indian company popular for its budget Bluetooth speakers and smartwatches.

The Noise Color fit is an affordable, value for a money fitness tracker that gives a tough run for established brands like Xiaomi.

Design and Build Quality

The Noise Color fit band has a rectangular tracker module built from high-quality plastic. There is no flex or creeks to be seen or felt on the chassis. The device is very lightweight and comfortable to wear 24×7.

The strap of this fitness tracker is made of TPU and is available in many attractive colours. This strap is abrasion-resistant and is very elastic to suit wrists of different sizes easily.

Display

The Noise Color fit features a 0.96-inch TFT LCD colourful display.

This display is vertically oriented and has a touch-sensitive button underneath to navigate through the UI.

The screen is very bright and offers vibrant colours and pixelated animations that look delightful on such a small screen.

Sensors

The Noise fit fitness tracker from Go Noise has a decently accurate static heart rate sensor underneath the body.

Having a static heart rate monitor helps you to manually check the reading yourselves by activating the sensor from the menu.

This saves a lot of battery unlike those premium fitness trackers featuring always-on heart rate sensing.

This sensor can also be used to find out the blood pressure and blood oxygen levels, but to be honest, these functions don’t substitute for a professional checkup.

There is the accelerometer sensor for step counts and calorie burn calculation.

Features such as sedentary reminder also make this tracker a much more useful device.

Miscellaneous

The colourful TPU straps are readily available to purchase from the Go Noise website which you can utilize to have a fresh new look to the device.

This device comes with IP67 certification and can be used in rain and dust without the fear of getting damaged.

The Noise fit tracker comes with a remote shutter button option which connects to a remote device via Bluetooth.

It also has the media control option which can be used to skip, pause and change tracks playing in your smartphone or any other Bluetooth enabled device.

Battery life

The 90mAh Li-ion battery inside this fitness tracker is rated to last for 3 days on a single charge.

However, based on the usage statistics of individuals, these numbers can vary accordingly.

Verdict

The Noise fit fitness tracker is a value for money device that has a delightful colour display along with the standard sensors for tracking your activities and metabolism rates.

The interchangeable straps available in different colours makes this an ideal choice for youngsters who want a trendy and stylish looking fitness band worth flaunting in public.

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Easily available interchangeable straps

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Media control and remote shutter feature

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Available in attractive colours

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Less accurate blood pressure monitoring

 

 Specifications

Display0.96″ TFT LCD
StrapTPU
Heart Rate SensorIP67
Battery Life7  Days
Water ResistanceYes

 

This concludes our list for the best fitness trackers in India article. If you’re yet to zero in on one of the devices, do check out our best fitness trackers under Rs.3000 and the best fitness trackers under Rs.2000 article for more choices.

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