Fastrack Xtreme Pro review

Tracking the basics

₹ 3,999

Fastrack brand was launched as a sub-brand of Titan with premium and stylish sports watches and sunglasses. Now the brand includes affordable range of smartwatches and the Xtreme Pro is the latest in their lineup.

Fastrack Xtreme Pro: Design

The watch has a sturdy-looking design somewhat resembling the old sporty Casios. Overall, the design looks clean and classy, especially in the black colourway we received. It accepts a 22mm strap and has a polycarbonate body. The watch is IP68-rated against water and dust ingress. The watch has a functional crown that lets you scroll through menu items and watch faces. While this is useful while scrolling through the menus, a light brush of your hands can change the watch face. The secondary button recalls the sports menu as usual. The watch is one of the lightest we have reviewed.

The Fastrack Xtreme Pro uses a 1.43in AMOLED display with 466 x 466 pixels across the surface. The screen is bright and legible for all the simple tasks the watch is meant to execute. It offers an always-on display and the touch response is good for a budget smartwatch.

Fastrack Xtreme Pro: Features and Performance

The Fastrack Xtreme Pro is a budget smartwatch and hence is not meant to function like a premium watch. Features are mostly basic with sleep, health and workout monitoring, music player and Bluetooth calling.

The watch connects with the Fastrack Smart app, which is available on both Play Store and App Store. You get extensive watch faces to suit your requirements. The Xtreme Pro offers over 100 sports modes with heart rate and calorie counting. The device can recognise workouts like walking and running almost a kilometre into your walk or run. Sleep tracking proved erratic, most of the time unable to recognise sleep, and at times adding sleeping hours when the wearer is up and alert. Again, like a couple of Titan watches before, this watch showed the tendency to disconnect from the phone frequently, forcing you to restart the device. 

The watch offers Bluetooth Calling. We are not fans of calling from a watch, but the few times we tried, the call quality was quite satisfactory with clear voice pick-up and audio output. Music player can play some relaxing music from the app. Battery life was good, lasting four to five days with workout tracking, health monitoring and always-on display.


The Fastrack Xtreme Pro is not competing with the premium watches in the market and hence the price is what makes it tick. It is designed well and looks clean without any flashy elements. It impressed us in workout and calorie tracking. But this watch did disappoint with basics like connectivity and sleep tracking.

Stuff Says

A basic smartwatch that impresses with its design.
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  1. Good design

  1. IP68 rating

  1. Functional crown

  1. Sports and workout tracking

  1. Connection errors

  1. Erratic sleep tracking