Fire-Boltt launches Ninja Smartwatch in India

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  • The smartwatch is equipped with key health-related monitors such as SPO2 sensor for tracking blood oxygen level, 24×7 Optical Heart Rate Sensor and Blood Pressure Tracker
  • Ninja comes with 1.3 inch HD Display and seven Sports Modes to choose for different purposes

Fire-Boltt has announced the launch of smartwatch called Ninja.It will sell it at an inaugural price of Rs 1,799 and will be available on Flipkart.

The smartwatch is equipped with key health-related monitors such as SPO2 sensor for tracking blood oxygen level, 24×7 Optical Heart Rate Sensor and Blood Pressure Tracker. Fire-Boltt Ninja also has health and fitness-related features such as Accelerometer Sensor, Barometer Sensor, Gyro Sensor and Light Sensor.

Ninja comes with 1.3 inch HD Display and seven Sports Modes to choose for different purposes. It includes modes for activities like Running, Walking, Cycling, Basketball, Badminton and Football.

Fire-Boltt co-founders Aayushi and Arnav Kishore said, “Donning this smartwatch would be no short of wearing fashion on your sleeves, thanks to its light weight and stunning look. Loaded with multiple health-related and Touch-to-Wake features, we have made it available in the most affordable price range so that everyone can keep a tab on their key health parameters while enjoying the perks of wearing a smartwatch on the wrist.”

Besides, one would never miss any notification while wearing Ninja on the wrist, as it accesses and shares all notifications received on the connected smartphone. The water resistant smartwatch also offers multiple watch faces. The smartwatch functions on a lithium ion battery that lasts for at least five days when charged fully for nearly 120 minutes. Equipped with Bluetooth technology, it relays all incoming calls on the connected phone via vibration alert.

The smartwatch functions on a lithium ion battery that lasts for at least five days when charged fully for nearly 120 minutes. Equipped with Bluetooth technology, it relays all incoming calls on the connected phone via vibration alert, said the company.

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