Wearables such as smartwatches allow you to track your fitness goals. To keep you aware of your health metrics, the best smartwatches track your heart rate, steps taken, sleep time, zone and quality, and blood oxygen levels.
Several companies, including a smartphone maker, have jumped on the bandwagon to launch their own wearables, making smartwatches no longer a luxury. Several smartwatches today are not much more expensive than fitness trackers, while offering similar features and a larger display.
Fire-Boltt is a new entrant in the smart wearables market, but is already making waves for its quality products, such as this smartwatch. Featuring a 1.7-inch HD display with full-touch support, the Fir-Boltt Ring is an affordable smartwatch. The brand made sure to leave no stone unturned when it came to sensors, and equipped it with almost every smartwatch sensor you can think of.
Using this smartwatch, you can track your heart rate, sleep patterns, and SpO2 blood oxygen levels. Fire-Bolt Ring includes an inbuilt speaker and microphone, so you can easily answer calls. Smartwatches allow you to control music, the weather, the camera on your smartphone, and set alarms without touching any of your devices. In addition to its good looks and durability, it has a sleek design with a full metallic body.
Amazfit Bip U Smart Watch
In addition to the 1.43″ HD screen, the Amazfit Bip U measures your blood oxygen level to help you better understand your health. It also offers 60+ sports modes including cycling, cricket, and swimming. It is water-resistant up to 50 metres, meaning you can wear it while swimming.
The Amazfit Bip U tracks important health metrics such as your heart rate, sleep quality, and stress, and helps you reach your fitness goals.
Realme Watch S
Featuring corning gorilla glass and aluminum alloy, the Realme Watch S provides a high level of durability. Realme Watch S has a 1.3″ screen that displays notifications from your phone.
It can track your heart rate and the level of blood oxygen in your body. It has an IP68 rating for water resistance, and has 16+ sports mode.
Zebronics’ ZEB-FIT4220CH is a reasonably priced smart wearable with a lot of features. It has a 47mm metal case that feels quite premium and looks more like a traditional chronograph than a smart band or smartwatch. Additionally, it has SpO2 tracking and Bluetooth calling capabilities.
As there is no ambient light sensor, you have to adjust the brightness manually since the display has a low resolution. Although it offers little customization and is spartan at best, the software runs smoothly and without any lag.
This smartwatch has a decent battery life, but charging it is difficult because the magnetic connector easily breaks. Only seven sport modes and exercise routines are available on the smartwatch, which seems lacking in comparison to the competition.