Wearables such as fitness bands and smartwatches can be quite expensive, making the purchase unfeasible for some. However, with a lot of brands coming up with well designed wearables at affordable prices, this technology is now accessible to a wider audience. One common notion that comes with slightly cheaper wearables is that they may not necessarily have all the important features but this is not always true! Here’s a look at some affordable wearables that will not dent your wallet but still come with all the regular features you'd expect.
The Mi Band 4 is a fitness band that lets you track your fitness biometrics as well as manage all your basic smartphone operations. With a 33% bigger screen than its predecessor, the Mi Band 4 has an AMOLED display with adjustable brightness so that you can manage your life even when you are on the go. With a 5ATM waterproof build, it is ideal for those who need to track their swimming sessions, while also tracking your vital signs during other fitness routines such as running, walking, cycling and working out at the gym. You can also change the face of the watch based on your mood by just selecting a picture from your gallery. Moreover, Mi claims that the band offers a 20-day uninterrupted battery life on a single charge.
If you are looking for a wrist wearable with incredibly long battery life, then the Amazfit Bip Lite, with its claim of 45-day battery life is definitely an option you should consider. It has a lot of other features as well, like a lightweight design, robust system to track your heart rate and blood pressure during physical activities, a 3ATM water-resistant build and the ability to manage calls, music and notifications. The reflective screen design with an always-on display should allow you to use it in bright sunshine as well. All these features mark it as an all-rounder of sorts, making it ideal for all kinds of users.
Honor Band 5 is a decently good-looking fitness band that comes in four different colours like Coral Pink, Meteorite Black, Midnight Navy and Olive Green. It has a small 0.94-inch AMOLED touchscreen display which can display the weather, time and the number of footsteps you take. A really cool feature that comes with this band is the SpO2, which monitors the oxygen level in your bloodstream and lets you know about fluctuations in the same during workouts. With a 24-hour heart rate monitoring system in place, it lets you know when you are really pushing yourself during exercises.
One of the most wallet-friendly fitness bands in the market right now is the Mi Band 3. According to the brand, it has a 20-day battery life which can run from anywhere between three to nine days with the continuous heart-rate monitoring system switched on. Another popular feature offered by this fitness band is that you can ring your phone if you have misplaced it somewhere. You can manage notifications along with calls. The company also claims that the band is water-resistant for 5ATM (50 meters).
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