Snapdeal Brings GOQii Fitness Band and Services in India starting at Rs 5999: Pre-Order Now

By Vivek
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It looks like Indian e-commerce sites are quite interested in bringing foreign products in India off late. Moto G and Moto X have already been launched by the popular online retailer Flipkart and now another highly known retailer Snapdeal has partnered with the US-based GOQii.

Snapdeal Brings GOQii Fitness Band and Services in India

 

GOQii has a fitness band and services which Snapdeal has brought to India. The six-month plan (service) is reportedly said to cost Rs 5,999, while the 12-month package has been priced at Rs 9,999. The device will start shipping to customers in April, that's next month. According to Snapdeal, the customers can place orders for a GOQii subscription directly from its official site with the complete plan including the proprietary GOQii band, the GOQii Personal Coach service and the GOQii app.

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The band, which works after being connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth LE, keeps track of the amount of exercise you've done during a specified period and sends the data to the connected app that you'll be asked to download onto your handset. The GOQii comes with real human coaches and lifestyle/nutrition experts who can use this information to set you on the path to a healthy life.

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The e-commerce site describes the product as a device that helps you make a permanent shift to a healthier lifestyle. It only weighs 23 grams and features touch screen OLED display, 360 degree motion sensor and more. There is a battery which the company says will last up to 4 to 5 days on a single charge.

You can check out the full details here.

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