Timex Fit 2.0 Smartwatch with Bluetooth calling, 7-day battery life, launched in India

Timex Fit 2.0 is the latest smartwatch to be launched in India. The wearable comes with a variety of health monitoring sensors along with the ability to make calls via Bluetooth. It comes with seven sport modes. Timex Fit 2.0 offers battery life of up to seven days, according to the company. The Timex Fit 2.0 comes with a round dial, is offered in three color options, and has several watch dials to choose from. It also comes with IP54 certification for dust and water resistance.

Timex Fit 2.0 price in India, availability

The new Timex Fit 2.0 costs Rs. 5,995. It is currently available for purchase on Timex’s official website. Timex is offering the wearable in three color options – Black, Blue and White. There is still no information on when the smartwatch will be available for purchase through other online and offline retail channels.

Timex Fit 2.0 Specifications

Timex’s latest wearable comes with heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation level monitoring (Sp02), sleep tracking and blood pressure tracking sensors. It also offers activity tracking with seven sport modes. The Timex Fit 2.0 features a 45mm round dial with a single navigation button on the right side. The screen size is not yet known.

The Timex Fit 2.0 comes with a battery lasting up to seven days. It also comes with Bluetooth connectivity. It will allow users to control music playback and also click photos remotely from the connected smartphone. One of the smartwatch’s biggest USPs is the ability to make and receive calls via Bluetooth.

Users can also choose from a range of watch faces to customize the look of their Timex Fit 2.0. The smartwatch also comes with IP54 certification for resistance to water, dust and sweat.

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