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What are the specifications of the MevoFit Drive Fitness band?

Over the past few years, there has been an exponential growth in the demand for wearables and fitness trackers. The Indian market has been very receptive and welcoming to fitness trackers from top brand such as Apple and Fitbit. Owing to the increased demands, there are several other manufacturers who have launched their own fitness gear at a very competitive price. In order to fulfill the ultimate aim of becoming healthier, Indian consumers have welcomed fitness trackers and wearables with open arms.

MevoFit Drive, a fitness band recently announced by a fitness technology start-up encourages its users to lose weight and get fit. The MevoFit Drive fitness bands are handy, smart and user-friendly bands which can be comfortably worn throughout the day. It comes with OLED Touch Screen display along with gesture control. The other major specifications of this fitness band are highlighted as under:-

Design — Rectangle

Screen Size — 0.75 Inches

Display Type — OLED

Screen Resolution — 128 x 64 pixels

Size — 22.00 x 1.90 x 0.90 cm

Weight — 0.024 kg

Features — Steps Counter, Calories burned, Find your phone, Sedentary reminder, Sleep management, SMS Reminders, Call Reminders, Social Reminders

Battery Capacity — 75mAh Li-battery 5–7 days Battery Life

Charging Technology — USB Port

Water Resistance — IP 67

Strap — High Quality TPU Strap that are interchangeable

Lock Button — Brass

Camera Remote Control — Yes

Call, SMS & Social Alerts — Yes

Alarms — Yes

Not only does MevoFit Drive fitness band tracks your daily steps but it also tracks & analyses your daily sleep patterns. Further the band also shows you call, SMS and social alerts — a user can configure the band to stay connected with alerts from Facebook, Gmail, Whatsapp, etc. You can turn on or off for any of these notifications as per your interest using the “MevoFit Fitness Tracker” app. This option works well and notifications come without any time delay. You can also set an alarm on this device. You can feel the vibration on your wrist for alarm or reminder you set. It can also be used as a shutter button of your phone’s camera. So, you can capture shots remotely using this fitness band. The MevoFit app can be easily synced with the fitness band for a detailed analysis 
The company has not just focused on activity tracking, but they also care about your fashion. So, they are proving straps in three different colors. So, you can use any of the straps depending on what you are wearing to match your clothes. Removing and installing a strap is really easy. The locking mechanism of straps is also fine and it doesn’t open automatically. When the device is not attached to any strap, you see a USB male port at one side. Plug that in your laptop or power bank to charge it. It is handy and you can comfortably wear it throughout the day

This amazing feature packed fitness tracker is available in India for Rs 3,999 and if one wants to purchase an extra strap, and then the Drive can be purchased for Rs 4,999. If you are looking to buy this fitness band, then you can purchase it from either Amazon or Flipkart and get it at a cheaper rate.


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