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Fossil Hybrid HR launched in India for Rs. 14,995 (~$210)


American fashion goliath Fossil has just introduced the Hybrid HR smartwatch in India. Details regarding its specifications, pricing, availability, and variants were just made official during launch. The company calls it a hybrid smartwatch, further adding that it has made every necessary optimization to improve user experience.

The Fossil Hybrid HR sports the right balance between form, functionality, and technology and is priced right below the Rs. 15,000 (~$210) mark. Some of its key features include an always-on display, a second-time zone, heart-rate monitor, notifications preview, and sleep and activity tracking.

Fossil Hybrid HR
Fossil Hybrid HR

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Fossil Hybrid HR Smartwatch Features, Specifications and Price

The Fossil Hybrid HR sports mechanical clock hands despite featuring advanced technology to give it the classic look. The device has a 27mm round dial with a small display highlighting the ‘smart features’ of the device. The device highlights notifications like call and missed call alert, unread messages, upcoming alarm and alerts, and more. Some of its other major features include work out details and live weather forecast.


Fossil claims the battery on the Hybrid HR lasts for up to two weeks on a single charge. The device sports rapid charging, which boosts battery power from 0 to 100% within 50 minutes. The smartwatch is water-resistant up to 3 ATM, gets Bluetooth connectivity, accelerometer, front light, timer, and stopwatch. The device can control music when paired with the smartphone and keeps track of the wearer’s daily activity.


The Fossil Hybrid HR is compatible with devices running Android 5.0 or higher, and iOS 10 or higher. The device needs to be paired with the Fossil Smartwatches application to customize the dial and view in-depth data. The Fossil Hybrid HR is available at Rs. 14,995 (~$210) on Amazon India with no-cost EMI and a host of bank offers.

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