Titan launches Xiaomi Mi Band 2 type Reflex Activity Tracker at Rs 1,995

by Karthik Iyer 3

Titan, a famous watchmaker, has launched a new Activity Tracker yesterday here in India under the Fastrack brand. This new activity tracker is called Reflex and just like every other activity tracker out there in the market; this will also track your activity and sleep data. Fastrack is a well known/ popular brand here in India, and if you were to buy a new wristwatch of some kind like a decade ago, then Fastrack would have been on top of your list. The company became quite famous for the ranges of watches and designs it had to offer to the market back in the days.

This new activity tracker is also somewhat on the same lines. It comes in a variety of different colors, and the band itself has two different colors on it. Looking at the design of this device, there is no doubt that it is surely targetted towards the youth. This activity tracker will be compatible with both iOS and Android, and just like any other activity tracker, it shows notifications and incoming call alerts on the small display which it has on the front.

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Reflex will also alert you if have been inactive for a while and it will ask you to move around. This feature is again found on many activity trackers and is not just limited to Reflex. The tracker can be charged via micro USB cable, and according to the company, this is supposedly splash resistant, so it should be good for working out although, it is safe to keep it away from water. Talking about the pricing, the Fastrack Reflex is priced at 1,995 INR, and the company claims that it has a battery, which should last for upto seven days of usage.

With that price point, it is very clear that the company is targeting to hit Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 2 since it is also priced around the same lines. However, only time will tell if Fastrack can dominate Xiaomi and take the lead here with the sales. The Fastrack Reflex will be available primarily in offline stores and you can grab one from Fastrack, World of Titan and some other retail stores across the country. With that said, be sure to let us know what do you think about this. Would you be interested in buying one? Be sure to let us know by commenting down below in the comment section and also be sure to stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more info like this.

Karthik Iyer

Karthik is a Computer Science Graduate and a Tech Aficionado who has always found himself fascinated or playing around with all the latest and the best from the world of smartphones and beyond. When he is not working on any smartphone or covering the latest scoop, you can often find playing his favorite PS4 titles.

  • Vishal Giri

    well it looks great, costs as much as Mi band 2 and it’s from a trusted Indian brand so I think there will be good sells for this device!!

  • Meem Islam

    Nice band with nice price tag

  • Good to see an Indian brand launching fitness band at an affordable price!! ✌️

    Let’s hope it is better than Mi band 2 and gets even more better in future.. ?