The Indian company Noise has just expanded its range of NoiseFit sports connected watches.
Called Endure and based in particular on an IP68 resistance, the manufacturer presents its new watches as ” robust, yet light as a feather “
Up to 1.5 meters deep
The watch, made of stainless steel, will therefore be suitable for most sports. This applies to swimming, but not to diving, despite the IP68 classification guaranteeing water resistance to a depth of at least one meter. In this case, Noise ensures that its watches are waterproof up to 1.5 meters deep.
They integrate nine programs dedicated to sports training and self-measurement. Among them, there is a heart rate monitoring mode, another dedicated to the management of breathing and another still dedicated to the saturation of the oxygen level in the blood. One feature analyzes the person’s sleep cycle while another focuses on the menstrual cycle. All of this information is then analyzed by a dedicated application called DaFit. Compatible with Android and iOS, the watches connect to the smartphone via Bluetooth.
Up to 30 days of autonomy
In addition to its sports applications, the Endure range provides various notifications, in particular those relating to e-mails and social networks. Once connected to the smartphone, it can control the camera and the music. But its name comes first from its autonomy, widely put forward by the manufacturer. The watches would be able to last up to 20 days between two recharges, and ten days longer if the device remains in standby.
In terms of design, the five bracelets in the range evoke traditional watches, except for the 1.28 inch LCD screen. This allows you to choose from a hundred different themes. The bracelet, meanwhile, will be available in leather or silicone.
For the moment, the watches are still in pre-order. Announced at 3,999 Indian rupees (around 49 euros), they will soon be available on online shopping sites, in particular Amazon India.