Fire-Boltt introduces Ninja 2, an affordable smartwatch to aide health & lifestyle

Fire-Boltt introduces Ninja 2, an affordable smartwatch to aide health & lifestyle

Fire-Boltt introduces Ninja 2, an affordable smartwatch to aide health & lifestyle

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Fire-Boltt, the undisputed leader in the Indian wearable space that made it to the top in 2021, owing to its back-to-back smartwatch launches, has in the New Year unveiled its latest offering – Ninja 2 – an upgrade from its predecessor and the brand’s most affordable timepiece till date Ninja. Fire-Boltt Ninja 2, which comes in three elegant-yet-vibrant colour options – blue, pink and black – is currently available at an introductory price of Rs 1,899/-, exclusively on leading e-commerce platform Amazon.

The smartwatch from the house of home-grown Fire-Boltt is loaded with 1.3” full touch display, ensuring a 240×240 pixels display. In an industry first feature, Ninja 2 is equipped with as many as 30 unique and different sports modes such as cycling, badminton, running, cricket, kabaddi and aerobics, among others. This is in addition to the multiple watch faces that can be customized to go with the attire or one’s personality.

Talking about how Ninja 2 is a complete health suit in itself, Fire-Boltt co-founders Aayushi and Arnav Kishore said, “While we have added host of new lifestyle features, we have focused on making Ninja 2 – one of our flagship affordable offerings – a health suit in itself. It tracks your heart rate, monitors sleep and also takes stock of the blood oxygen level. Further laced with features like meditative breathing and female health care, this smartwatch is designed to cater to those who might not want to burn a hole in their pocket, yet desire a companion to keep them aware about their health and aide their lifestyle.”

The IP68 certified waterproof smartwatch also boasts of smart in-built features like alarm, stopwatch, multiple watch faces, smart notifications and weather updates. Besides, its powerful battery prevents the watch from running out of power for 7 consecutive days while offering a standby time of 25 days.

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