Celebrate fitness and health with Actiwear

New Delhi, Jan 8 (IANS) Consumer lifestyle electronics company ENRG on Friday announced the launch of Actiwear, the world’s smartest fitness band for serious fitness enthusiasts.

Using Actiwear, a smart band which stands out for its sleek design, is as simple as wearing a wrist watch, ENRG said in a release here.

One can tie it around the wrist and perform daily activities and the smart band will track all activities, workouts, and calories burned, distance travelled and sleep patterns.

ENRG founder Nikul Raj Gupta said this was an easy way to monitor one’s activity and keep oneself motivated for daily activities.

The band also keeps one updated about any new messages and incoming calls through real-time notifications. Moreover, the five-day-long battery life and gesture-recognizing feature is enough to give rivals a run for their money.

Actiwear is compatible with both iOS and Android operating systems. Its Bluetooth feature makes it more energy-efficient. It has OLED touch screen that is more bright, flexible, lighter and energy-efficient than LED or LCD screen. The blue colour LED display increases the life of the device to more than 20,000 hours.

The water resistant device has the ability for easy data sync and sedentary alerts, i.e. alerts about when you are completely inactive. In addition to wireless sync ability, it shows date, time, distance in km and calories burned.

Actiwear, priced at Rs.2,999, comes with camera control capability and contact notifications display on the screen. It is available at www.enrg.in, Amazon and Shopclues. The product comes with seven-day replacement guarantee and one-year warranty.

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