Titan ‘Wearables’ strengthens presence in the segment and launches TRAQ.
India’s largest watchmaker Titan expands its portfolio within the wearable category with the launch of its new smart fitness gear brand TraQ by Titan. The first-ever smart gear developed entirely by Titan, TRAQ was conceptualized in-house at the design studio in Bangalore and is made exclusively for India’s outperformers.
The watches are available under three variants – TraQ Lite, TraQ Triathlon and TraQ Cardio. TraQ Pro watches boasts of amazing features that enables the journey to outperform, including an in-built GPS, transflective display, ANT+ compatibility, heart rate monitoring, and much more. The Pro watches from the brand are multi-sport enabled with running, cycling and swimming modes.
The TRAQ app further helps to go beyond the limit with advanced performance data, pace measurement, setting goals, connecting with friends, and much more.
TraQ Lite is the introductory activity watch from the brand. This digital watch comes with a chest strap that allows the user to accurately measure heart rates as well use heart rate zones for workout based training.
The watch records up to 25 fitness records for one to refer to. Available at an affordable price of INR 3,999 TraQ Lite with the HRM chest band is just the fitness essential required to kick start the journey towards a better you.
TraQ Triathlon and TraQ Cardio gears are equipped with the smart watch functions which help to stay on track, with call and message alerts on the go, to the latest weather updates before heading out for training.
Users can time every move with clock features like alarm, stopwatch, and timer and experience the thrill of training with music that has the right BPM, through the music control feature.
The TraQ Pros also have best in class battery backup with a delivery of upto 13 Hrs with GPS on and almost a week on standby mode with Active HRM disabled.
The watches have 5 buttons for input making it extremely easy to use when wearing protective gloves or with sweaty fingers where a touchscreen becomes extremely cumbersome to operate.