Smartwatch brand beatXP launches ‘Exact’ watch
beatXP, the fit-tech D2C company founded by Pristyn Care in 2021, has developed a distinctive smartwatch called Exact. Exact is a cut above the rest and redefines precision care. Along with ECG, BP monitor, heart rate, sleep monitoring, SpO2 (blood oxygen), step count, and body temperature, it boasts a wonderful 1.32″ Round HD display with a high pixel resolution of 360X360. Its 280 mAh battery offers seven days of backup.
The smartwatch is just one more cutting-edge gadget in beatXP’s expanding line-up. beatXP already holds the top position on the market for body massagers, exercise bikes, air bikes, and body analyzers (weighing scales, BMI monitors etc).
From working professionals to fitness lovers to those looking for inexpensive performance, the smartwatch is for everyone. It has not just one but two distinctive USPs. The first is the precise monitoring of health parameters using a wide range of physical sensors, and the second is the ability to remotely check on the well-being of your loved ones from any location in the globe.
Exact includes six physical sensors that, together with its built-in trak Engine+ technology, allow precise and ongoing monitoring.
The user can keep a detailed record of their health with the beatXP Exact Application. For tracking calories and heart rate during various exercises and activities, the watch offers multiple sports modes. So that a user is always connected, app and call notifications are delivered promptly to the watch.
Exact’s pricing of Rs 3,999 was chosen for its affordability, dependability, and precision. Customers may get it via flipkart and the brand website www.beatXP.com. BeatXP has now released two further models named Marv and Unbound, each costing Rs 2,499 and Rs 3,999, in addition to Exact.
Harsimarbir Singh, Dr. Vaibhav Kapoor, and Dr. Garima Sawhney founded Pristyn Care, a renowned healthcare organisation that specialises in minimally invasive treatments. They recognised that the pandemic caused a shift in consumer behaviour that skewed it toward fitness in daily life during COVID-19, and they saw this as a major opportunity. People sought fitness outside of the gym as well.
After coming to this realisation, Ashish Dhuwan and Aziz Alam founded beatXP with the mission of incorporating technology into regular fitness routines and become the fastest-growing fit-tech company. BeatXP utilises cutting-edge technology to create items of the highest calibre and standards that have been clinically examined by a group of doctors and approved by the product R&D team since the company thinks that nature and science work best when they are united.