Smart Watches

Crossbeats launches the Orbit series of smartwatches with voice calling, health trackers and more


Popular audio & wearable brand Crossbeats has introduced two all-new Bluetooth calling smartwatches – Orbit and Orbit Sport – engineered to meet all the healthy lifestyle needs of young Indian millennials. High on specs and low on price, Orbit is now available on Amazon while Orbit Sport, which comes with an in-app GPS tracking mechanism, will be made available on the e-commerce site on July 16. Orbit and Orbit Sport are priced at Rs 4,499 and Rs 4,999, respectively.

Making Bluetooth calling a seamless experience are the smartwatches’ in-built microphone and speaker, along with an exquisitely designed dial pad for flawless two-way communication. Packed in a round metal case, these two smartwatches offer high resolution IPS color display with touch screen size of 1.3”.Moreover, Orbit and Orbit Sport make active living more fun  with CB ACTIV, their in-house application developed for the smartwatches, which is compatible with Google Fit, Strava and Apple Health.

“The Orbit series has been engineered with advanced motion sensors and dynamic tracking algorithm to monitor key health metrics such as blood oxygen level, heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and sleeping pattern. These timepieces can be your constant buddy as well as personal health assistants, enabling you to track your vitals at ease,” said Crossbeats co-founder Archit Agarwal about Orbit and Orbit Sport.


He further added that the Orbit series possesses a ‘Find my phone’ feature that enables the users to alert their smartphone for times when they accidently leave it behind. These smartwatches also come with IP68 waterproof rating and 10 sports modes to choose from, for various sporting activities like cycling, treadmill, badminton, yoga, hiking, running and walking, among others. Orbit comes in two colour options, Metallic Blue and Graphite Black while the Orbit Sport is an all-black model with a military grade silicon strap. The Orbit model also has a special edition that sits on a finely finished brown leather strap that merely costs a little more than the regular Orbit model.

The other features of the watch include, music control, anti-lost, voice assistants, reminders, and alerts. Summing up the features, the Orbit series can throw out a battery life of up to 10 days in normal use conditions and about 2 days with voice calls activated.

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