Fire-Boltt Ring Pro: How Does The Smartwatch Compete With Others? Detailed Review

A Bluetooth calling smartwatch dubbed Ring Pro was just released by Fire-Boltt, one of India’s most well-known consumer electronics companies. The product is a competent wristwatch with all the necessary fitness-tracking capabilities and a stunning appearance. However, clients are constantly looking for an in-depth assessment of such products due to the abundance of possibilities on the market. Thus, the following is a thorough evaluation of the Fire-Boltt Ring Pro.

First off, the Fire-Boltt Ring Pro is packaged well.
Ring Pro sits upright inside a large box, unlike other smartwatches in the category.
Users could access the watch’s face by removing the top portion because the rest of the device is covered by a thick layer of paper.
Overall, the design and packing materials offer a satisfying unwrapping experience.

Let’s now discuss the products that buyers receive in the boxes. The first item is the Ring Pro watch, which comes with a magnetic charger and a few manuals. However, there are also three cards in the package that may be helpful to clients, including a coupon for Book My Show, a three-month Gaana Plus subscription, and a subscription to the Boltt Play app.

Build Quality

After looking over the box’s contents and picking up the smartwatch, one would notice that Fire-Boltt has a sturdy construction. Although the top of the screen is composed of curved glass, the metal casing that surrounds it increases its longevity. The smartwatch feels high-end because of its small heaviness, which comes in at 50 grams.

On the right side of the display, the Ring Pro also has a functional crown that can be used to access the main menu or switch between watch faces. The charging connections and optical sensor apertures are located on the smartwatch’s plastic bottom side. The Ring Pro has two free replaceable straps with high-quality loops, unlike the majority of inexpensive smartwatches. The smartwatch is also comfy enough to wear all day.

While the Ring Pro’s build quality in all other respects is excellent, the business oddly states on its website that it cannot be used while swimming despite having an IP68 classification. A gadget with an IP68 classification may withstand being submerged for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1.5 meters without suffering damage.


The Fire-Boltt Ring Pro’s 1.75-inch LCD, which has a resolution of 320 x 385 pixels, is one of its key features.
Compared to other rectangular smartwatches in the category, it has bezels that are thinner on three sides and a significantly smaller chin.
The corners of the display blend with the black bezels when a dark watch face is used, giving the illusion that the display is larger than it actually is.

The smartwatch offers five distinct levels of brightness.
The smartwatch appears bright indoors, but visibility outdoors, particularly in direct sunshine, should have been better.
Users should hit the crown on the home screen to enter the main menu and scroll down to find the brightness option if they want to adjust the brightness.
There, they have the option of adjusting the brightness.

Because of the display’s clarity and ability to produce vivid colors, colorful watch faces appear nice on the gadget. By turning the crown on the home screen, users can change the watch face. However, customers must download them using the Da Fit app if they want to test out new watch faces. There is no always-on display on the Ring Pro, in case any readers were curious.

User Interface

Utilizing the Ring Pro is simple. By merely lifting their wrist or tapping the crown button, users can wake up their smartwatch. Users can access the quick settings, including Bluetooth connection, battery level, and more, by swiping down from the top. The message notifications will open when you swipe up on the home screen.

Users may access the smartwatch’s numerous menus by swiping from the right side of the display. These menus include the activity menu, which shows steps and calories burned, the heart rate menu, and the exercise menu, which launches a workout. Users, however, are not provided with a specific option for measuring SpO2. Instead, customers must tap the crown to access the main menu, open the SpO2 section, and pick it.

The Split Screen menu, which can be accessed by sliding left from the home screen, is the Ring Pro’s most distinctive feature. It serves as a shortcut to such settings because it has icons for the frequently used watch functionalities. The Split Screen option was useful for adjusting screen brightness and checking SpO2 levels while the wristwatch was being tested.

The following characteristics deserve mention:

Grid and List menu designs
Alerts for being idle and water reminders
security pin lock feature for the gadget

Call Quality

The Ring Pro excels in this area as well. As a result, when paired with a smartphone, the watch’s built-in microphone and speaker enable Bluetooth calling. Users can manually dial a number on its dedicated dialer pad. Users can also save their favorite contacts on the smartwatch, however, a maximum of eight contacts can be saved there. Once connected, every call that the smartphone receives is displayed on the smartwatch along with the phone number.

There are two buttons to accept or reject the call presented with the call. Users can see the call length, speaker volume, and options to mute and end the call once they accept the call. The opposite party did not voice any complaints about the call quality while they were speaking on the smartwatch. The smartwatch’s speaker is audible and crisp. If the user travels outside of the smartwatch’s Bluetooth range of six to eight meters, the Bluetooth connection between the smartwatch and the phone begins to deteriorate.

Battery Life & Charging

According to Fire-official Boltt’s website, the Ring Pro has five-day battery life. However, how a smartwatch is used will determine its actual battery life. With Bluetooth calling turned off, we were able to test the device for three to four days. However, the battery life is reduced to a little over two days while using Bluetooth calling. Both scenarios also contain manual readings of SpO2 and heart rate.

The magnetic charger for the Ring Pro is included in the box and latches securely into the charging pin on the watch’s back panel. Similar to most smartwatches in this price range, the watch charges in a little over two hours when plugged in. Users should swipe down on the home screen, hit the phone symbol on the upper right, and then tap the central button to turn off Bluetooth on the watch when they aren’t using it for calls in order to extend the life of their battery.

Da Fit app

Users will find an app named Da Fit after scanning the QR code on the watch, which appears to be the companion app for the Ring Pro smartwatch. The software is simple to install, and once users open it, they must provide some rudimentary information like their height and weight. The amount of steps is displayed first on the app’s main screen, followed by information about sleep and heart rate. Users can access other indicators, such as blood oxygen levels and exercise tracking, by swiping down. The smartwatch is compatible with iOS 7.0 and Android 4.4 or later.

One can customize their watch faces, turn on or off smartphone notifications, set alarms, manage their phone’s camera, sync their favorite contacts, and enable or disable continuous heart rate detection via the app (which will deplete the battery faster). Users can also enable physiological cycle reminders, which also contain elements for female cycles. The app can also be linked with Google Fit by users. The only issue here is that Crepe, which appears to be a third-party service provider and is listed as developing the software on Google Play Store rather than Fire-Boltt.

Fitness-Related Features

The Fire-Boltt Ring Pro can monitor blood oxygen levels, steps taken, calories burned, and heart rate. Although it is one of the smartwatches with the most features, it is not the most precise fitness tracker available. The Ring Pro can typically measure SpO2 levels correctly using its sensor. The outcomes for heart rate monitoring, however, may have been more favorable. After testing the heart rate sensor in conjunction with an oximeter, the Ring Pro findings differed noticeably.

The Ring Pro (center) displays somewhat fewer steps than the other two smartwatches, as can be seen in the image below. However, the calorie and distance counters are virtually identical.


The Fire-Boltt Ring Pro is currently selling for Rs. 3,499 on Amazon as I write this review. A further Rs. 500 discount lowers the smartwatch’s actual cost to Rs. 3,000. The Ring Pro competes with products like the boAt Blaze and Zebronics Zeb Fit at this pricing. Bluetooth calling is not available on Blaze, however, it is available on Zeb Fit. A one-year guarantee and various extras in the box are also provided by the business. We can therefore safely state that the Ring Pro offers enough features for the money.

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