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ActiveFit 1.0: Reebok's first smartwatch launches with blood pressure and SpO2 sensors at a budget price

The Reebok ActiveFit 1.0 is available in three styles. (Image source: Reebok)
The Reebok ActiveFit 1.0 is available in three styles. (Image source: Reebok)
Reebok has joined already offers various watches under its subsidiary brand Reebok, both analog and digital, now Reebok has presented its first smartwatch. The ActiveFit 1.0 offers up to 15 days of runtime and a SpO2 sensor at an attractive price.

Reebok has introduced the ActiveFit 1.0, its first smartwatch. Currently available in India, the ActiveFit 1.0 relies on a 1.3-inch display, complemented by one physical button. According to Reebok, the ActiveFit 1.0 is IP67 certified, making it unsuitable to wear when swimming, for example.

Still, the smartwatch comes with 15 sports modes, a heart rate sensor and an SpO2 sensor. Additionally, Reebok claims that the smartwatch can monitor blood pressure levels too, although it is unclear how accurate its readings are. Supposedly, the ActiveFit 1.0 can track menstrual cycles and sleep as well. Unsurprisingly, the smartwatch can pull notifications from a paired Android or iOS device.

Moreover, Reebok alleges that the ActiveFit 1.0 will last up to 15 days between charges. The smartwatch lacks a GPS module, though. Currently, the ActiveFit 1.0 costs INR 4,499 (~US$60) on Amazon India, but only during an introductory period. After that, the ActiveFit 1.0 will rise to 7,499 INR (~US$100); a global launch remains unknown at this stage.

(Image source: Reebok)
(Image source: Reebok)
(Image source: Reebok)
(Image source: Reebok)

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Alex Alderson, 2022-01-24 (Update: 2022-01-24)