Let’s how new Intex fitness band works!

Intex FitRist Cardio is new and upgraded version of the Intex FitRist Pulzz. The design seems quite similar to the predecessor but has advanced heart monitor, cardio tracker and notifications update. As the generation is now shifting towards the usage of fitness trackers the demand is heavily increased. With the price tag of 1499 INR will it able to give competition? Let’s check out how it performs in daily life usage.

What is the fitness band offer?

  • Fitness Features: Steps, Calories, Distance Covered, and Motion Monitoring
  • Heart-rate Monitoring
  • Sleeping Monitoring
  • Calling/SMS Notification
  • WhatsApp/Facebook Messenger Notification
  • Camera/MP3 control


It has Tri-axis (KX022) Sensors and runs on NRF51822 Chipset. It features a 0.86-inch OLED display with 96×32 pixel resolution. It has 80mAh of polymer battery which has the standby time of up to 7 days. It is water resistant and runs with the help of Cardio App by Intex.


The Intex FitRist Cardio is easily connectable via Bluetooth with the app. All the features are controlled by the device via touch panel. The activity tracker runs fine but the sleep monitor doesn’t show accurate measures. Once charges it gives around 5 days of run time. The average charging time is about 1.5 to 2 hours.

Gizmo Verdict:

The device offers good activity features to the users but the inaccurate measures seems a bit drawback for it. But still it’s the cheapest device one can get with assured working. If you want better device you can go for Lenovo Smart Band or Mi band 2.