Fastrack Reflex WAV smart band with gesture control launched for Rs. 4,995 ($72)

by Jeet 0

Fastrack has launched a wearable device named Fastrack Reflex WAV smart band, which is touted as the world’s slimmest wearable with gesture control. The device, priced at Rs. 4,995, roughly $72, comes loaded with features that you would expect from a fitness band.

It comes with an OLED display and is powered by Qualcomm CSR1010 chipset under the hood. The device, which is IP67 certified for ensuring water and dust resistance, comes with a battery that is claimed to last up to five days on a single charge.

Fastrack Reflex WAV

Speaking at the launch, Somprabh Singh, Business Head — Wearables, Titan Company Limited said,

It gives us immense pleasure to introduce this innovative product in the market. Reflex WAV is a gesture control band which is also the slimmest in the smart band category. Making life simpler in this fast-paced world is what this trendy smartwatch will do. With WAV, we have set a new standard for ourselves with respect to innovation, technology, and design.

It’s loaded with features like activity tracker, 24-hour active sleep tracking, scrolling notifications, calendar alerts, among others. As said, it also comes gesture control feature, which lets you change music, click pictures, reject calls, control smartphone camera, among other things, just by simply twisting the wrist.

The device also comes with sedentary reminders alerting users that there is a lack of activity for a certain period of time. The smart band also offers weather updates and city time. It can be paired with any device running Android or iOS. It measures around 9mm in thickness and comes with a black colored dial and charcoal black wristband.

 

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The Fastrack Reflex WAV will be competing against the Xiaomi Mi Band 3 and the upcoming Honor Band 4. While the Mi Band 3 is available for Rs. 1,999 (~$29), the Honor Band 4, which was launched in India yesterday, is expected to be priced around Rs. 3,000 (~$43).