Best Smart Bands Under Rs 3,000 You Should Consider In India

Saanvi Araav - Jun 04, 2019


Best Smart Bands Under Rs 3,000 You Should Consider In India

In case you just have a budget of under Rs 3,000, the following article will suggest the 5 options in the list of smart bands that would be ideal for you.

Along with an array of smart bands in the Indian market, Lenovo has officially launched its smart wearable product of Ego HX07 Smartwatch. This smartwatch from Lenovo has a familiar design like that of a wristwatch but they charge the same price as a fitness tracker for it. The launch of this product has sparkled new excitement in the smart wearable segment of the market. This segment in India has long been dominated by brands such as Huami, Hornor, and Xiaomi. While Apple Watch is still the smartwatch's pinnacle, however not many consumers are ready to pay a five digits amount to but a wearable bandwagon or smartwatch. In case you also have a budget of under Rs 3,000 then the 5 options in our list would be ideal for you.

Lenovo Ego Smartwatch (Rs 1,999)

The first position in the list of best smart bands under Rs 3,000 is a product from Lenovo. The Chinese tech company has just released it in the Indian market. At launch, it has the price of Rs 1,999 in the same price range and is a competitor with Xiaomi Mi Band 3 (which has the same price). Levono Ego has a major advantage over Mi Band 3 is its design of an actual watch. Ego Smartwatch has a design somewhat similar to those G-Shock series from Casio, honestly, this is a good thing. This will help to remove the learning curves for those users who transfer from traditional wristwatch to smart wearable or smartwatch.

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Ego Smartwatch has a design somewhat similar to those G-Shock series from Casio.

More than just a cool design, this smartwatch from Lenovo also features a watch face that has the diameter of 42mm. This measure makes Ego just a little bit bigger than your traditional wrist watches. It has a rugged and sportive look and features all those standard features such as heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, distance traveled, calories burnt and step tracking. So it has lots of fitness features. Moreover, it has a battery life of 20 days which belong to the leading board of the industry. The accuracy of this Smartwatch is still in question but definitely, it is trying to complete all the boxes.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 (Rs 1,998)

At the moment, Xiaomi Mi Band 3 is still the most sold and successful fitness tracker in India. With it, Xiaomi has forced Honor and Lenovo to take note in this segment. The success of Mi Band 3 is mostly thanks to the two previous bands of the company: the 1st and 2nd Mi Band have created a good reputation for the series. The success also links to its low price of just Rs 1,998.

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Xiaomi Mi Band 3 has a 0.78-inch OLED display and a 2.5D curved glass design to protect that display.

This band has a 0.78-inch OLED display and a 2.5D curved glass design to protect that display. And just like the Mi Band 2, this model has a dedicated control button right under the display which could be used to hold and tap to answer or decline calls. Mi Band 2 comes with a silicone strap right in the box and the total weight of the product is around 20 grams.

Just like the majority of other smart bands in this price range, the Band also supports standard functions for fitness like sleep tracking, step tracking and continuous heart monitoring with an optical heart rate sensor. You can also use it as a finding your phone device, alarm clock, and a stopwatch. Xiaomi is currently selling the Mi Band – HRX Edition for Rs 1,296. You could order it via Flipkart and mi.com.

Honor Band 4 (Rs 2,599)

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The Hornor Band 4 also support features such as real-time Heart Rate Monitoring with Huawei TruSeen and sleep monitoring with Huawei TruSleep.

This one is a little bit more expensive than Xiaomi Mi Band 3 and Lenovo Ego Smartwatch with the price of Rs 2,599. However, this price is somewhat justified with the full-color AMOLED display on the Honor Band 4. The other 2 products only have a monochrome display. The Hornor Band 4 also support features such as real-time Heart Rate Monitoring with Huawei TruSeen and sleep monitoring with Huawei TruSleep. You can also use it to track steps with its six-axis sensor and you can pair it with both iOS and Android devices. From official rating, they say that the battery of this band could last up to 17 days. Hornor also includes in the box a silicone strap in meteorite black, midnight navy or coral pink colors.

GOQii HR (Rs 1,999)

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What makes it more unique is that GOQii HR comes with free 3 months subscription plan to a personal coach.

While Honor Band 4 and  Xiaomi Mi Band 3 are leading the market, GOQii is kind of a special child with its unique take in the smart wearable segment. At launch, it comes with a price tag of Rs 1,999. But then they have discounted it to just Rs 599. What makes it more unique is that GOQii HR comes with free 3 months subscription plan to a personal coach. This coach will help you to choose nutrients, work as a wellness expert and personal trainer. It also provides personal consultations over phone or email with a real doctor. The band also features an  OLED display, and of course, it could track sleep, steps.

Fastrack Reflex 2.0 (Rs 1,995)

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Just like other smart bands in this segment, Fastrack Reflex 2.0 can track sleep and steps.

At this price range, it is worth to take a look at the Fastrack Reflex 2.0. It has a back color core while the band around it is from TPU material. Just like other smart bands in this segment, it can track sleep and steps but doesn't track your heart rate. You can pair it with both Android and iOS devices with the price tag of Rs 1,995 on Amazon India.

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