Best Fitness Bands under Rs. 5,000 in India

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Having good health is always a boon and the global coronavirus pandemic has forced almost everyone to acknowledge the importance of physical fitness. A healthy lifestyle needs a lot of dedication, motivation, and monitoring of physical activities. But the present on-the-go way of living makes it even difficult to follow and track the regular body cycle. To help in your effort in the right direction, top electronic brands have been coming up with reliable fitness trackers offering an array of features.

We have created a user guide to pick you the best fitness wearables offered from brands like Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, and more. We have kept price as a key factor and listed the fitness trackers from all ranges to suit your pocket. 

1. Mi Smart Band 6

The Mi Smart Band 6 is the latest entrant from Xiaomi in its fitness tracker portfolio that sports a 1.56-inch AMOLED full-screen display with a brighter resolution. It offers up to 14 days of battery backup and supports easy magnetic charging. It supports 30 different activity tracking with six autodetect activities.

The band ships with a SpO2 sensor and 24 hours heart rate monitoring alongside stress monitoring, women’s health tracking, and sleep monitoring. It has water resistance for up to 50 metres of depth. The smartphone integration offers app notifications, music control, alarm, and locating the phone. The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 costs INR 3,299 in the Indian market.

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2. Honor Band 6 

The Honor Band 6 is worth adding to this list that comes with a set of interesting features. It has a big 1.47-inch AMOLED display giving more space to the visual experience. The battery provides up to 14 days of backup. The SpO2 sensor precisely detects blood oxygen level and heart rate monitoring is good to go for all day. It offers sleep monitoring, 5ATM water resistance, and 10 sports modes with six auto-detect workouts. The cost of the Honor Band is INR 2,999.

3. OnePlus Smart Band

The OnePlus Smart Band comes with a compact 1.1-inch AMOLED touch display and a rich set of watch faces to suit many occasions. The band offers battery backup for up to 14 days in light use and up to 4 days in heavy use. The main tracker has a removable design that allows effortless transition between the dynamic dual-colour band straps.

The OnePlus band offers SpO2 measurement, sleep monitoring, and heart-rate tracking. It allows 13 dedicated workouts to be more dynamic. It can be quickly connected with a smartphone through the OnePlus Health App to allow controls for music, camera, notifications, etc. The OnePlus Band is 5ATM and IP68 certified. OnePlus is retailing at INR 1,499.

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4. Oppo Smart Band

The Oppo Smart Band is the only fitness tracker from the brand in India and it features a 1.1-inch colour AMOLED display protected with scratch-resistant glass. The design of the band has a metal buckle that is somewhat more alluring than other products in the market.

The Oppo band comes with SpO2 monitoring, 12 workout modes, heart rate monitoring, and fat burn mode. It allows to control features like finding your phone, camera, and call control in the connected smartphone. The Oppo Smart Band (review) runs for up to 12 days on a single charge. It costs Rs 2,499 to own an Oppo fitness band.

5. Realme Band 2 

Realme Band 2 comes with a distinguished rectangular 1.4-inch HD color display offering a bright, colourful, and responsive touch experience. The fitness tracker provides continuous heart rate monitoring and blood saturation level with a built-in SpO2 sensor. There are up to 90 sports modes. It packs a lithium battery with a claimed battery backup of up to 12 days. There are over 50 watch faces to fit different outfits and occasions. Moreover, the Realme Band 2 (review) supports 50-metre water resistance. It is priced at Rs 2,699 in India.

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6. Redmi Smart Band

Xiaomi Redmi Smart Band is an older yet affordable fitness tracker to make a place on the list. It has a 1.08-inch flat display with adjustable screen brightness. It supports heart-rate monitoring and sleeps tracking to help in achieving good health by providing real-time analysis.

Redmi fitness band supports five professional sports modes including running, cycling, treadmill, walking, and freestyle exercise. The 5ATM water resistance feature makes it suitable to go along in a pool. It can be connected to Xiaomi Wear app to provide real-time smartphone notifications and alerts. The Redmi Smart Band is INR 1,599.

And finally, here’s a summary of the best fitness bands under ₹5,000 in India:

  • Mi Smart Band 6
  • Honor Band 6 
  • OnePlus Smart Band
  • Oppo Smart Band
  • Realme Band 2 
  • Redmi Smart Band

Now if you don’t have a budget constraint and you are on a hunt for the best fitness band, then Fitbit Charge 4 is a fitness tracker worth considering.

We will be back with more interesting listicles of cool gadgets to help you in picking the best that fits your bill. Till then, stay healthy and connected with Smartprix.

Sachin Deo VermaSachin Deo Verma
Sachin covers technology news at Smartprix and he also has a keen interest in automobile and electric vehicles. He keenly gains knowledge from various sources to be updated with the latest tech trends. He is also a passionate Potterhead who dabbles in literature, and poetry, and loves to travel.

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