Titan launches first smart wearable Fastrack Reflex

Fastrack, one of the most-loved youth fashion brand in the country owned by Titan, has announced its foray into the smart wearables segment with the launch of Reflex with a retail price of Rs 1,995.

According to a release issued by Fastrack, the Reflex has a 14-day battery life and does not require an external charger as the product itself acts as a USB and charges within 60 minutes. The product will have regular software updates that will help enhance the overall consumer experience. Reflex will hit stores on March 13, 2017, and will be available in pantone colour variants namely chic purple, distinctive black and dazzling blue.

The band is compatible with iOS and Android, displays incoming call notifications and texts, and also enables its wearer to keep track of their activity for the day, calories consumed and stores up to 15 days of exercise data memory. Reflex also helps track sleep patterns and comes equipped with a sedentary reminder, which notifies users if they have been stationary for long intervals, the release added.

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