pTron Force X11 Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 2,799

Key Specs

    1.7-inch Full Touch Color Display
    Bluetooth 5.0
    Calling Smartwatch
    Heart Rate Tracking
    Health/Fitness Trackers
    IP68 Waterproof

Pros: Numerous health and fitness trackers
Solid build metal case
Dedicated sensors
Battery life
IP68 rating

Cons: Inaccurate cycling and running trackers
Mic and speaker could be better
Outdoor visibility

Bottomline: The Force X11 is a solid budget smartwatch with premium looks, numerous features, and week-long battery life. The square-shaped watch works perfectly with most of the features just some small glitches but overall performance is satisfactory, for the price you pay.

Out of hundreds of smartphone choices, pTron’s Force X11 outshines for its price and Bluetooth calling feature. The Indian electronics manufacturer has numerous products in different categories, focusing on budget consumers. It’s not only affordability, but the company also adds exciting features to beat the market.

Build and features

The smartwatch has a solid metal alloy body that looks premium. It has a large rectangular 1.7-inch full touch HD 2.5D curved (240x280p) resolution color screen. Force X11 is a slim and lightweight watch with thin bezels but the bottom chin is thick.

pTron Force X11 ReviewAshok Pandey | PCQuest

pTron Force X11 Review

On the right side, it has a crown that acts as a button to turn the on/off the watch and go back to the main screen. Navigate the apps and settings easily with a swipe. Just swipe up for notification alerts, down for watch settings like brightness, call connectivity, etc., swipe right for various applications, and swipe left for the watch menu, which is displayed in honeycomb and 9 square formats.

The watch is packed with Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity, which lets you connect your Android or Apple smartphone. The connectivity range is up to 10 meters without any obstacles. Force X11 is backed by a 250 mAh battery and comes with dual-pin USB magnetic charging.

pTron Force X11 ReviewAshok Pandey | PCQuest

pTron Force X11 Review

Having a built-in microphone, the smartwatch lets you receive calls, operate your camera, check messages, and more. Using the watch, you can make calls once given access to your contacts or dial directly as it has a dial-pad that helps to call any number without using your phone. You can accept or reject the call from the watch directly, no need to touch your phone.

You can also receive notifications from different messaging apps and read them. The Da Fit app provides details data about your daily activity, like steps, sleep, heart rate, continuous heart rate, BP, blood oxygen and outdoor running, etc. It also has ‘Drink Water Reminders’ that remind you to drink water after regular intervals, which we need to set in the Da Fit app. You can also control your smartphone camera with this watch. Using the app you can enable this feature and then move your wrist to click the picture.

pTron Force X11 ReviewAshok Pandey | PCQuest

pTron Force X11 Review


The IP68-rated waterproof Force X11 has a fairly evident TFT screen that is smooth to operate, all thanks to the optimization. Brightness is pretty decent, but you might struggle with it on a sunny day in outdoor conditions. The screen is fairly responsive, but the gesture control like the option of ‘waking the screen by lifting the wrist isn’t always a success.

The UI is pretty clean and navigating the watch features and the setting is quick. The Da Fit App lets you add skins and customize your watch as per your preference. The Bluetooth connectivity is solid and the built-in microphone eases the calling struggle. No need to touch your phone, you can answer calls and read messages directly. I used the watch to take calls, with most of the calls, we were fine at both ends but it majorly depends on how I am keeping my wrist. Plus are you ready to publicize your conversation when you are in the office or another place?

The health and fitness tracking features work perfectly, though I noticed a few gaps or shorts with cycling and step counts. It is also packed with heart rate and blood oxygen monitoring that works fine. Overall, though it’s not the best smartwatch yet packs numerous features in a small casing, the calling feature is a highlight.

Battery: The company claims to offer a week’s battery life with all these features. I used it for more than a month while using all the features, it was able to manage for four to five days. But when I switched to manual heart rate and stopped taking calls, it was able to deliver a week’s battery life.

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  1. kolkata ff
    #1 kolkata ff 27 December, 2022, 16:14

    is it available in India ?

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