Audio accessories brand Ptron has announced the launch of its newest edition of smart wearables – the Pulsefit P261 smartwatch and Pulsefit F121 smart band- at Rs 2,999 and Rs 1,999 respectively. The P261 smartwatch comes in two colour options: Steel Blue and Inferno Black whereas the F121 smart band comes in four colour options: Active Green, Tor Red, Racing Blue and Onyx Black. The Pulsefit P261 and F121 come with a 1-year standard brand warranty and will be available on sale on Flipkart.com from June 13, 2021.
The Pulsefit P261 smartwatch features a 1.54-inch curved display with a metal casing. The display has a 240 x 240 HD resolution. The smartwatch comes with features like touch-enabled wireless calling with smart notifications, 8 sports modes and customisable watch faces. The device features Bluetooth v4.0 connectivity and is claimed to run for up to 3 days on a single charge.
The Pulsefit F121 has 5 fitness modes. It comes with step count, heart rate and sleep monitor.
The device comes with IP65 water resistance and is claimed to go on up to 5 days on a single charge.

Ameen Khwaja, founder and CEO, Ptron, commented at the launch, “The smart wearables market has witnessed strong growth in the past year as holistic health management took the center stage amidst the COVID-19 scare. We believe that good health belongs to all and realized that there was a demand for affordable options in the category that can cater to everyone’s health & wellness needs. With the mantra of #BeMoreDoMore, the Pulsefit series is made to allow everyone access to devices and features that can help them improve their health without paying a premium.”








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