Timex iConnect wins 2019 Lifestyle smartwatch of the Year Award

One of the most innovative watch manufacturers in the world, Timex is always in the news. The company recently added another feather to its cap by winning the 2019 Lifestyle Smartwatch of the Year award. The award was presented to the company for its eye-catching product ‘‘Timex iConnect’’ at the Jagran Hitech Awards 2019 on November 30, 2019. The event was organized by Jagran’s digital wing, Jagran New Media and was attended by the giants of the mobile and mobility industry. Along with Timex, many other leading brands were honored at the event for their products or performances. These included Samsung, Realme, OnePlus, along with many leading players in the automobile sector.

 

With Timex iConnect, the company has forayed into the extremely competitive world of smartwatches. iConnect winning the ‘2019 Lifestyle Smartwatch of the Year Award’ came as no surprise. Since its launch a few months back, the smartwatch has been garnering good reviews. The iConnect is aimed at the health and fashion-conscious people. It comes with a touchscreen color display and a host of features. The watch, which can be connected to both Android and IOS phones through the iConnect app, allows the wearer to make and receive calls, enable notifications for Facebook, WhatsApp and email. The in-built speaker not only makes it more convenient to listen to audio messages but also allow the users to receive calls much more quickly.

 

The phone's health apps make it a perfect accessory for fitness freaks. Apart from counting the steps, there is a lot more you can do with the iConnect. You can keep your health in perfect shape by monitoring your heart rate, sleep, and activity. With the battery lasting three days, you are assured of an uninterrupted exercise schedule. The silicon strap not only gives the watch a classy look but is also very comfortable to wear. Timex is known for manufacturing affordable smartwatches in India without compromising on the features. Timex iConnect sporting a rectangular dial is priced at Rs 7,795, while the one with the round dial is available at Rs 9995.

 

Over the years, Timex has earned a huge fan following because of its extremely affordable watch collection. Its history, which spans more than 165 years, has seen the company roll out many incredible models that have revolutionized the watch industry. With iConnect, the company has gone a step ahead and offered people a watch that is good looking, functional and affordable. In short, it is a must-have accessory for the health-conscious people. 

 

Media Contact: 

Name - Timex India Marketing Team
Email - timex.india2018@gmail.com

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