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New V-Fitness Smart Watch Keeps You On Track Without Giving Your Wallet A Workout

New V-Fitness Smart Watch Keeps You On Track Without Giving Your Wallet A Workout

LASER, Australia’s home-grown consumer electronics success story has today announced the first addition to its refreshed V-Fitness-branded upcoming range with the launch of the V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch, just in time for the Christmas gifting and summer season. Designed with value in mind, it is compatible with Google Fit and Apple Health, and offers a wide range of features including 24/7 heart rate monitoring, 12 sports modes and many features you wouldn’t expect from a smartwatch at just $99.

The V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch tracks activity, shows messages, and syncs to Apple Health and Google Fit, including a 24/7 heart rate monitor, 12 sport modes, weather forecast, alarm clock, stopwatch and three coloured band options; it includes many features often seen in more expensive models, but for a fraction of the price. With two weeks of battery life between charges, wrist activation and a rating of IP68 water resistance able to withstand dust, dirt or sand; consumers can enjoy ultimate convenience, customisation, durability – and affordability.

Tech Guide’s 2020 12 Days of Christmas Gift Ideas is back with suggestions to help you find the right gadget gifts for your family and friends.

Tech Guide’s 2020 12 Days of Christmas Gift Ideas is back with suggestions to help you find the right gadget gifts for your family and friends.

Today is Day 3 of our popular 2020 12 Day Christmas Gift Guide and we’re taking a look at another popular and rapidly growing product category – wearables and smartwatches.

This Christmas these will be in high demand as customers look to keep an eye on their health and fitness as well as having easy access to the notifications from their smartphone.

V-Fitness brings a $99 Smart Watch to the Aussie market

V-Fitness brings a $99 Smart Watch to the Aussie market

If you use Google Fit or Apple Health and want a compatible smartwatch that doesn’t cost the earth then V-Fitness may have the answer. Their new smartwatch costs only $99 and does a lot of basic fitness tracking while also delivering notifications. For something so cheap you can be excused for thinking that it would be lacking features, but there’s plenty to keep an eye on:

  • 24/7 heart rate monitoring
  • 12 sports modes
  • A number of notification options
  • IP68 rated to last through use and abuse daily
  • Up to 2 weeks of battery life (dependent on activities)

For the daily grind, you’ve got access to weather and multiple bands for aesthetics. All of this is delivered by an Aussie owned company who is promising that there is more to come for users who are interested in health and well-being.