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Just days after unveiling one-of-its-kind Orbit Series smartwatches, popular audio & wearable brand Crossbeats has now launched Ignite S3, which comes with a square-shaped zinc alloy metal dial, industry-leading 1.7″ High Definition Screen, supports Bluetooth phone call, equipped with multiple health-related features like stress monitor and women health tracker, and comes in six exciting color options. Launched at an introductory price of just Rs 4,999 (Normal Strap)/ 5,499 (Sports Strap), Ignite S3 is available for pre-order from August 30 exclusively on the brand’s website crossbeats.com, following which it will be made available on other offline and online platforms such as Amazon.
Crossbeats Ignite S3 is the first indigenous timepiece that would double up as a stress monitoring device. While many smartwatches come with a 24×7 heart rate tracker, Ignite S3 uses it to accumulate the first set of data. The dedicated heart rate tracker is engineered to check heart rate variability intermittently, which gets processed to come up with a graph suggesting the stress level. This graph can be accessed through a stress management application in the watch as well as a connected smartphone.
Talking about more features added to the latest Ignite variant, Crossbeats co-founder Archit Agarwal said, “In addition host of health-related features like SPO2 monitor, heart rate and blood pressure tracker, we have introduced a couple of new features – stress level monitor and women health monitor, which essentially allows users to track menstrual cycle by manually managing the calendar.” He further said that “the all-metal smartwatch with an elegant dial allows users to quit worrying about accidental drops while its dual themes add to the style quotient”.
Crossbeats Ignite S3 comes with a rotating crown and a whopping six color options – Carbon Black, Ice Silver, Sea Green, Sporty Green, Sporty Red, and Sporty Grey. The smartwatch, which comes with a 12-month warranty, offers 10 sports modes and its motion-enabled touch sensors to allow a maximum response.