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Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000 [2020]

Best Smartwatches Under Rs.3000

There has been a surge of smartwatches and fitness bands floating in several different price ranges. Many brands jumped into the fitness bandwagon as the enthusiasts grew. In this article, we’ll be looking at some of the best smartwatches under Rs 3000 that give you a good performing smartwatch without breaking your bank.

Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000

1. Huami Amazfit Bip Lite

Bip Lite is a cut down version of the already popular Amazfit Bip. The main highlight of the Bip Lite is the whopping 45-day battery life. The smartwatch weighs 32 grams, is 3 ATM water-resistant, and has a 1.28″ always-on display with Corning’s Gorilla Glass protection.

Amazfit Bip - "Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000"

The smartwatch can track your heart rate, steps, calories, sleep, can remind you to be active, and sends you notifications. Also, here are a lot of watch faces to choose from. Overall, for an asking price of Rs. 3,499 (Rs. 2,999 during sales), the Amazfit Bip Lite is one of the finest best smartwatches under Rs 3000.


2. Noise Colorfit Pro 2

You may have heard of Noise. For those of you who don’t know who they are, Noise manufactures a lot of consumer electronics like Truly Wireless Earphones, Action Cameras, Phone Cases, and now they’ve entered the smartwatch territory.

colorfit pro 2 - "Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000"The display is a 1.3″ capacitive screen and not an LCD, which is a bummer. The Noise Colorfit has all the essential features that a smartwatch should have. The only part that makes it stand out is IP68 water resistance, which is excellent.

The smartwatch has tons of watch faces, a heart-rate sensor, and nine activity tracking modes. Overall, for a price of Rs. 3,499 (Rs. 2,499 during sales), the Noise Colorfit Pro 2 is something to look out for.


3. Muzli Smartwatch

With over 220 ratings on, we were surprised to see this smartwatch at the top of the listings. The Muzili Smartwatch has surprisingly good features and comes at an affordable price tag of Rs. 2,999.

Muzili - "Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000"

The smartwatch is IP68 rated; the UI of the watch is not ordinary and makes the watch feel premium. It has a heart-rate sensor, Sleep monitoring, Step counter, calorie consumption, and loads of other features. To power these features, the smartwatch is rated to last for ten days, which is okay for a smartwatch.


4. Zeblaze Neo 2

The Zeblaze Neo 2 is only available on AliExpress, and you will need to order and wait for two months for the watch to arrive which, we know is a long time, but believe us, it’s worth waiting. The smartwatch comes with loads of excellent features at an affordable price tag.

Neo 2 - "Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000"

The strap is made of premium leather (Italian Vacchetta), weighs 82 gms, which is quite a lot and is built like a tank. The display is a 1.3″ IPS panel of 240x240px resolution, and the watch is IP67 water-resistant.

Some of the other features include a Heart Rate Monitor, Multi-watch Faces, Steps Tracking, Calorie Burn Tracking, Sleep Tracking & Stages, Real-time Pace & Distance, sedentary reminders, Shake to Take Photo. For an asking price of $35 (Rs. 2,699), it is one excellent offering from Zeblaze and is one of the best smartwatches under Rs 3000.


5. Zeblaze Vibe 3 Pro

The Vibe 3 Pro is yet another great offering from Zeblaze that punches above its price. The smartwatch is identical to Neo 3 in terms of features, but the only thing that differentiates them is the build quality and pricing in which Vibe 3 Pro takes the lead.

Vibe 3 Pro - "Best Smartwatches Under Rs 3000"

The watch is made of Zinc alloy frame, which is supposed to last for quite a lot of time. Apart from that, you get all the nifty features like the ones found on Neo 2. Overall, at an asking price of Rs. 2000, this is one of the best smartwatches under Rs 3000.



It is challenging to buy a smartwatch under Rs. 3000, especially when there are a lot of options with great reviews but from brands that you haven’t heard about. If we had to pick a smartwatch from this list, we would go with the Amazfit Bip Lite or the Zeblaze Neo 2 if we can import it.

We suggest you to consider buying a smartwatch only if you know and trust the brands. Most of the reviews of new products tend to be fake. Let us know in the comments section below if you’d consider buying a smartwatch. Share this article across social media if you found it useful.