Boat Latest Smartwatch "Mercury": Specification, Features, and Price | Technology

Boat Latest Smartwatch "Mercury": Specification, Features, and Price; Know all detail here!
Boat Latest Smartwatch "Mercury": Specification, Features, and Price

Boat's Newest Smartwatch, "Mercury": Specifications, Features, and Price; Find out everything you need to know right here!

In India, Boat Watch Mercury, a fantastic smartwatch, has been released. This watch is unique in that it can be used to check the user's body temperature. Aside from that, the wristwatch will feature heart rate and blood oxygen monitoring. Sports settings also have been added to the smartwatch, taking into account the fitness activity.

The specifications for Mercury Boat Watch are as follows

The 1.54-inch square dial on the Boat Watch Mercury. Real-time temperature monitoring is included in this, in addition to tracking heart rate and blood oxygen levels. Aside from that, the watch comes with ten sports modes, including walking, cycling, jogging, as well as yoga. Friends and family members will be able to track users' fitness progress.

Other features of Mercury's Boat Watch include

Through its latest smartwatch, Bot Watch Mercury, the company has included a menstrual cycle tracker, which would be quite beneficial for ladies. Aside from that, the wristwatch will include functions such as over 100 watch faces, music, camera control, and message-call notifications.

Mercury's price is something to keep an eye on when you're on a boat

Boat Watch Mercury is normally priced at Rs 6,990, but during the launch deal, it is available for Rs 1,999. Black, Green, Blue, and Cream are the colors offered for such a smartwatch. On December 15, Flipkart will begin selling this watch.

Now let us remind you that in July of this year, Boat released the Boat Watch Extend. It's affordable. There are more than 50 cloud-based watch faces on this watch, which boasts an LCD 2.5D curved display. In addition, 14 sports modes will be accessible in Boat Watch Extend, including heart rate tracking, SpO2 monitoring, and sleep monitoring. Running, cycling, and walking are some of these activities.

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