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Molife unveils Sense 320, a Made-in-India smartwatch with dedicated sensors & multiple sports modes

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Sense 320 is the second made in India smartwatch from the house of Molife. It comes with dedicated sensors offering enhanced accuracy and 16 sports modes.

New Delhi, September 17, 2021: After introducing a slew of innovative products in the market, India’s first homegrown mobile & lifestyle accessories brand Molife has now unveiled Sense 320, which is an all-new slim and stylish smartwatch powered with the finest technology. 

In resonance with the brand’s mass appeal, Sense 320 has been launched for a limited time at an introductory price of Rs 2,799 (blackstrap) and Rs 2,999 (limited edition with premium quality strap) and will be available on, Amazon and Flipkart. 

Molife unveils Sense 320, a Made-in-India smartwatch with dedicated sensors & multiple sports modes

Following the introductory offer, the smartwatch would be priced at Rs 3,499 and Rs 3,699, respectively, and will also be available on other leading e-commerce platforms.

Molife sense 320, is the brand’s 2nd made-in-India smartwatch and comes with dedicated sensors for SpO2 and heart rate monitoring, which enable enhanced accuracy of all health-related parameters. Sense 320 offers key health system metrics like True Heart Rate Sensor, Blood Oxygen Tracker, continuous heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and stress monitoring to name a few.

Molife unveils Sense 320, a Made-in-India smartwatch with dedicated sensors & multiple sports modes

It helps you wear your style on your wrist as it comes in twin-colour options like Black& Black, Gunmetal Grey & Black and a Limited-edition version with a red strap. With an industry-leading 1.7 IPS infinity display, the smartwatch comes packed in a complete zinc alloy metal case attached to a silicone strap. Weighing just 54 grams, Sense 320 is extremely light and can be sported all day long.

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Referring to the pioneering brand’s latest offering, Molife Managing Director Deepesh Gupta said, “the launch of this smartwatch further strengthens our commitment to “make in India” philosophy which we aim to continually strengthen further.

Molife unveils Sense 320, a Made-in-India smartwatch with dedicated sensors & multiple sports modes

Also, Considering the host of health-related features this is the perfect smartwatch to support an active lifestyle, and sporting Sense 320 on the wrist would allow people to keep a real-time tab on their daily life. In addition to SpO2 and True Heart Rate Sensor, the smartwatch allows you to carry out multiple tasks like tracking sleep pattern, counting steps, controlling music and keeping weather updates.”

The smartwatch supports Bluetooth-enabled push notifications for call SMS, News updates etc. Besides, one can enable app notifications for WhatsApp, Facebook, Gmail, Instagram, Line and other similar platforms. 

The watch is IP68 certified and it offers 16 Sports Mode, including outdoor running, cycling, skipping, dancing, yoga and sit-ups. Its 200mAh battery supports uninterrupted functioning and with continuous usage gives a battery backup of 7 days and standby time of approx. 15 days.

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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.


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