Puma has joined hands with Fossil in order to launch their first ever smartwatch which has been designed to help athletes train, track goals and also be connected when on the move. This will be made available in three colours and will come with a textured silicone strap as well as a cutout nylon and aluminium case in a 30mm display size.
As per the company, the watch is designed to go from your gym to the street without you having to give too much attention to the colour and its combination with your clothes.
Puma is putting into use Google’sFiTMin order to track activities like pilates, rowing, spinning etc. It will also count the repetitions for strength training and workouts like pushups. In workout mode, Google Fit can track heart rate. This smartwatch can also change and track activity goals and notify users on their progress.
Now the users can toggle between and choose from different dial options, like the “Scorecard” dial which displays time, date and heart rate among several other things. There is also the option to customise the information you can quickly view at one cursory glance.
Users can also upload photos from social media which will then display straight on their smartwatch and these photos will be customised for the watch.
What are the other features?
The other features include heart rate tracking, GPS tracking, Google Assistant support, music support via Spotify, Google Pay, weather alerts etc. The watch also comes equipped with training apps and it also swimproof.
The Puma smartwatch is priced at Rs 19,995 at Puma stores across India and online on Flipkart and Puma.com. One can also choose between three colours – black with a grey dial, neon yellow with a matching neon dial and a white with a rose gold dial.