The Timex Ironman Move x20 comes with a price tag of 9000 INR. It is available on the online retail stores. The fitness band is the only band form a watchmaker in India. It has a pretty good specs but let’s check out, what’s the performance is?
The design of the fitness band is similar to a general wristwatch, but the colour matters a most. It has sturdy looks and good display. The band body is of rubber and the main system resides in the middle portion. There are two buttons available on the watch to use the functions.
The Times Move x20 have lots of features that’ll attract the users to buy it are like:-
It keeps the all data day wise, weekly and monthly in calendar and keep updated your every activity. The band is waterproof which makes the users not to be bother by the sweat and water.
Also the fitness band connected to your smartphone will give you the call notification, messages will be displayed on the watch screen, vibration on incoming call etc.
The device works good but sometimes gives you unusual data about burnt up calories even you didn’t go for a walk. This type of thing happen on regular basis which is problematic.
The battery backup of the device is of 5-6 days as per your usage and needs to be charger after it. The given charger is very short as well as feels like to binding the band too roughly to charge. It makes me trouble to charge it most of the times.
The buttons also didn’t work sometimes and makes users a little confuse to use it. It could be better if there is touch function.
In my opinion the fitness band is not up to the marks as terms of price we are paying. Also it feels bit uncomfortable wear everytime. You can go for it but there are better option available in the market.
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