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9 Smartwatches with Blood Pressure Monitor in India (2023)

Using a smartwatch or fitness band to track health data and activities is common these days. While most smartwatches offer features like heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen, stress levels, and sleep tracking, it’s hard to find one with a blood pressure monitor. In this article, we’ll tell you some of the best smartwatches that let you monitor your blood pressure in India.

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Smartwatches with Blood Pressure Monitors in India

There are not many smartwatches that have blood pressure monitors but we have picked up some of the best-selling models in the market. This list includes premium and budget category smartwatches available on Amazon and Flipkart India. However, do note the majority of the budget smartwatches with BP use light sensors to measure BP and are not that accurate. Keep reading.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

The Galaxy Watch 4 was launched back last year with blood pressure and ECG monitoring. It has the Samsung Health Monitor app that you can configure with your smartphone. You also have to calibrate the app to start using the blood pressure monitor on the watch.

Although the ECG and blood pressure monitoring features of Galaxy Watch 4 are unavailable in all countries. But, you can sideload the modified Samsung Health app that allows you to use BP and ECG anywhere in the world including India. Here’s our full guide to doing it.

Talking about some other features, the Galaxy Watch 4 comes with OneUI based on Google Wear OS, powered by Exynos W920 chipset, and has 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It has both IP68 and 5ATM water resistance ratings, and a military-grade certification.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.2″/1.4″ Circular AMOLED Display
  • 1.5GB RAM and 16GB Storage
  • IP68 + 5ATM
  • MIL-STD-810G Certified
  • Google Wear OS
  • ECG and BP Monitoring

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5

The Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro are the latest smartwatches by Samsung that were launched a couple of months back. It has the latest Samsung BioActive sensor which includes an optical heart rate sensor and blood pressure monitor. Also, it has a larger sensor area that is attached to the wrist which improves the readability of the sensor.

Similar to Galaxy Watch 4, the BP needs to be calibrated every 4 weeks with a traditional hand-cuff blood pressure monitor. And as this feature is available only in selected countries, you can use the same trick we have shown to check blood pressure on the Galaxy Watch 5 anywhere in the world.

The Galaxy Watch 5 features a new skin temperature sensor, Google Assistant out of the box, a BIA sensor, fast charging, sapphire crystal glass for scratch resistance, and IP68 + 5ATM water resistance ratings.

Highlighting Features:

  • Google Wear OS
  • 1.2″/1.4″ Super AMOLED Display
  • ECG and Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Skin Temperature Sensor
  • IP68 + 5ATM
  • MIL-STD-810H Certified

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is the brand’s first smartwatch that comes with a blood pressure monitor. This smartwatch was launched back in 2020 and it is the third generation of the Galaxy Watch series.

Talking about some features of this watch, it comes with a circular AMOLED display in two different sizes 41mm and 45mm. The Galaxy Watch 3 is packed with an Exynos 9110 dual-core processor and 8GB of internal storage that you can use to download apps and media.

This smartwatch has Corning Gorilla Glass DX protection on display and it is 5ATM and IP68 water-resistant. It also comes with an official MIL-STD-810G durability rating.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.2″ & 1.4″ Circular AMOLED Display (41mm & 45mm Sizes)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass DX Protection
  • Exynos 9110 Dual-core Processor
  • 1GB RAM + 8GB ROM
  • ECG Monitoring
  • 5ATM + IP68 Water-resistant
  • MIL-STD-810G Certified

Timex Fit 2.0

Timex Fit 2.0 is a budget category smartwatch from Timex available for around Rs 5000 in India. This smartwatch does have blood pressure monitoring along with heart rate and blood oxygen level tracking.

The Timex Fit 2.0 comes with a 45mm metal circular body with a 1.28″ LCD touchscreen display. It has over 200 watch faces that you can change from its app. Apart from this, another major feature of this smartwatch is Bluetooth calling.

This smartwatch has an in-built speaker and microphone that allows you to make and receive calls directly on the watch via Bluetooth. You can store up to eight contacts in the watch as well for quick calling.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.28″ Full Touch LCD Display
  • 45mm Metal Circular Body
  • Bluetooth Calling
  • Built-in Speaker and Microphone
  • Heart rate, SpO2, and Blood Pressure Tracking
  • 3m Water-resistant

GOQii Smart Vital Smartwatch

GOQii Smart Vital is another budget-oriented fitness smartwatch that features a blood pressure monitor. This smartwatch also has all the necessary health features like heart rate, SpO2, and sleep tracking. It can also measure your body temperature continuously, to keep you alerted about your health.

Interestingly, Goqii also offers three months of free personal coaching. This subscription gives you access to the board-certified general practitioner that can provide consultations to you by mail. You also get access to select a nutritionist, or personal trainer to get the best advice for your health.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.3″ Color Touchscreen Display
  • 24×7 Heart Rate Tracking
  • Auto Sleep Monitoring
  • Continuous Body Temperature Tracking
  • 3 Months of Personal Coaching
  • 18 Exercise Modes

CrossBeats Ace

The CrossBeats Ace is an interesting budget smartwatch that has a dynamic 3D hologram UI display. This smartwatch offers a lot more in terms of features along with blood pressure tracking for under Rs 3000.

CrossBeats Ace has a circular LCD color display with 9H tempered glass safety. You can get up to 15 days of battery life on a single full charge. It also features in-app GPS tracking that can track your activity and workout data more accurately. For safety, it is IP68 water-resistant and has 3ATM swim-proof rating.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.3″ Full Touch LCD Display
  • Dynamic 3D Hologram UI
  • Up to 15 Days of Battery Life
  • Over 250 Watch Faces
  • IP68 and 3ATM Water-resistant
  • In-app GPS Support

Fire-Boltt 360 Pro

Fire-Boltt has a large variety of smartwatches with many useful features in different price segments. The Fire-Boltt 360 Pro is one of the few Fire-Boltt watches that come with a blood pressure monitor.

It features a full-touch circular LCD display. Health features onboard include heart rate, SpO2, sleep tracking, menstrual reminder, body temperature, and meditative breathing.

This smartwatch has an in-built speaker and microphone and supports Bluetooth calling. Besides, there’s 512MB of in-built memory in which you can store music and in fact, it even has some preloaded games.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.32″ Full Touch LCD Display
  • In-built Speaker and Microphone
  • Bluetooth Calling
  • 512MB Built-in Storage
  • Preloaded Games
  • Body Temperature Monitoring
  • IP68 Water-resistant

Boat Watch Storm

The Boat Watch Storm is the first smartwatch by the brand that has a blood pressure monitor and costs less than Rs 3000. Boat has packed all the necessary health and fitness features on the watch.

Boat Watch Storm comes with a square LCD display with a 2.5D curved design. Along with that, it has a metal body casing which makes it a solid device. It includes all the health features like 24×7 heart rate monitoring, real-time SpO2 tracking, sleep monitoring, and menstrual tracking.

You can get up to 10 days of battery life in normal usage and up to 30 days of backup on standby.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.3″ Full Touch LCD Display
  • 2.5D Curved Design
  • Metal Body Casing
  • 5ATM Water-resistant
  • 9 Sports Modes
  • 24×7 Heart Rate Monitor

Fire-Boltt Supreme

The Fire-Boltt Supreme is another good option from Fire-Boltt if you want a square-shaped display. Like the other one, this smartwatch also has a blood pressure monitor but with so many interesting features.

The major highlight of this smartwatch is its display as it has got a 1.79″ LTPS UHD display with 368 x 448 pixels resolution. It has a 96% screen-to-body ratio and the display looks almost borderless.

The watch comes with twenty sports modes and is 3ATM water-resistant as well. Fire-Boltt Supreme features gesture controls and the crown button can also be used to navigate on the watch.

Highlighting Features:

  • 1.79″ LTPS Borderless LCD Display
  • 368 x 448 Pixels UHD Resolution
  • 96% Screen-to-body Ratio
  • 3ATM Water-resistant
  • Gesture Controls
  • Crown Button Navigation
  • Metal Body

Note: Please do not heavily rely on blood pressure readings from these smartwatches. To diagnose any health-related issues, always prefer medical-grade equipment.

Can these Smartwatches Measure Accurate Blood Pressure?

Blood pressure monitoring is a great addition to smartwatches to keep cardiovascular health in check consistently. Considering that smartwatches rely on sensors to measure blood pressure, the results may vary every time with different accuracy.

From the list above, only a few options like the Samsung Galaxy Watch have reliable sensors to measure Blood Pressure. And despite that, they need to be calibrated with a physical BP machine every four weeks which shows the complexity of measuring blood pressure from your wrist.

If your primary goal for buying a smartwatch is to measure blood pressure on the go, we’d prefer smartwatches with a dedicated inflatable handcuff like Omron Heartguide (received FDA clearance) and Huawei Watch D. The options from Samsung, too, would work fine if you’re ready to calibrate them in the given time frame.

Having said that, the accuracy of blood pressure monitoring on smartwatches can only be reliable for personal information purposes and not for medical purposes. Moreover, the budget smartwatches from Fire-boltt and Cross beats are to be taken with a pinch of salt when gauging the readings.

Here’s our detailed editorial on why smartwatches cannot measure blood pressure and the truth about it.

Wrapping Up- Blood Pressure Smartwatches

These were some of the most selling smartwatches with blood pressure monitoring in India. Definitely, these smartwatches do have many amazing features that make them an interesting option in their respective price brackets. Anyways, do let us know your views via comments.


Himanshu Kansal

Himanshu roams around the Internet to find the latest happenings in Tech Industry to stay updated about everything Tech. Apart from being a Tech Writer, he also makes content on YouTube and is passionate about Smartphones and Gadgets.