iVoomi FitMe Health Band With Pollution Tracking Capability Launched at Rs 1999

By May 3rd, 2018 AT 8:51 PM

iVoomi has today forayed into the fitness and lifestyle segment in the country with the launch of its first-ever Health Band, dubbed as iVoomi FitMe. The FitMe Health Band, priced at Rs 1,999 will be exclusively available on Flipkart starting May 3, 2018. The highlight of this health band is it indicates Air Quality Index (AQI) in your area. Besides this, the FitMe band is also capable of performing basic measures such as tracking steps, distance covered, etc. It’s a first of its kind device from the Chinese company, which so far tasted success in selling smartphones and power banks in the country.


The iVoomi FitMe Health Band comes packed with a 90mAh battery, which is rated to deliver battery life of up to 3.5 hours to five hours when on the use and 60 days of standby without any active connection. The device is also IP67 certified, meaning you can take it underwater for up to 30 minutes. The iVoomi FitMe comes with a 0.87-inch OLED display which allows a user to check the time and daily stats on the screen.

It has support for Bluetooth v4.2 and is compatible with Android 4.4 and above devices. The device sports a Smart Touch Button, which is a combination of single, double touch and long press allowing users to access multiple functions of the band. The strap is made of Silicon TPU which makes the FitMe Health Band resistant to abrasion, able to perform at low temperatures, and elastic.

The device will be available in Navy Blue and Midnight Black colour variants, and it measures 12.8x20x41mm, weighs 23.7 grams. The OLED display is a scratch-proof one. The FitMe band also offers a Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, Long Sitting Alert, Running Mode, Vibration Reminder, Pedometer, among other. It also has auto-sync for Smart Me OS 2.0 and iVoomi will be pushing new features via OTA.


As mentioned, the device comes with a Running Mode with which users can track their steps, distance covered while running/walking/jogging, and calories burnt during that time by turning on the GPS of the device.

Another key feature of the device is it chargeable without a USB cable; the display can be directly connected to any USB port to charge the device. Another interesting feature is Dual Login on the ‘FitMe Health App’, which enables two people at different locations to login into the app and track the activities & fitness records of the person wearing the band.

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