MevoFit Race Space smartwatch launched in India, priced at Rs 8,990

MevoFit Race Space smartwatch

“MevoFit Race Space smartwatch comes with seven sports modes including Walking, Running, Cycling, Badminton, Skipping, Football, and Basketball”

MevoFit Race Space smartwatch has been launched in India. It can track users health, fitness and features advanced daily activity tracker including sleep, heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygen level. The smartwatch has a Sports Mode, music player, timer, notification alerts, and screen brightness controls. It comes with seven integrated sports modes, including Walking, Running, Cycling, Badminton, Skipping, Football, and Basketball. The watch is IP67 water-resistant as well. The device also gives customers access to the largest health and food networks in the country with a personalised dashboard.

MevoFit Race Space
MevoFit Race Space watch packs 170mAh polymer battery that takes 1.5 hours to charge fully

The MevoFit Race Space packs a Zinc Alloy, and Plastic build with a TFT colour 1.3-inch display with 240 x 240 pixels resolution. There is a 170mAh polymer battery that takes 1.5 hours to charge fully. It is claimed to offer 30 days of standby time. The smartwatch is powered by an NRF52832 QFAA chip and has a 0.9mm-thick dial. The MevoFit Race Space is priced at Rs 8,990 and is available through Amazon and MevoFit’s website.

Khyati Mahajan, Founder and CEO, MevoFit said, “The MevoFit Race Space is a flagship fitness Smartwatch for MevoFit. Using this new smartwatch, we hope to disrupt the market with access to engaging health & fitness content, exclusive integrated software and an all-in-one solution for fitness enthusiasts. The Smartwatch is a testament to the power of our platform and our commitment to innovation across our devices and features.”

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