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Review – Noise ColorFit Pulse 2 Max

What could one expect from a smartwatch worth ₹2,799*? Well, not much, as people are running behind high-quality smartwatches only to show off. However, many people want to experience the thrill of a moment and would love to own any smartwatch, even if it offers fewer features. Back in September, India’s no. 1 wearable watch brand, Noise, launched ColorFit Pulse 2, Max, at the price tag of ₹5,999, but during an initial sale, it was offered at a special price of ₹1,999.

Why Noise ColorFit Pulse 2 Max?

Well, the first reason we all know – not everyone can afford the luxury of Apple and Samsung smartwatches. Secondly, Noise is a homegrown brand of the country which has created quite a buzz in the last couple of years. The newly launched ColorFit Pulse 2 Max is a Bluetooth calling smartwatch that features more than 150 cloud-based customisable watch faces and is available in five colour options – Deep Wine, Jet Black, Midnight Blue, Jade Green, and Rose Pink.


Designwise, the watch seems quite average, and there’s nothing to talk about. It comes with a traditional design which features a square-shaped display and a strap with a rubber material. It has a power button on the right side with a noise logo embedded on the button. On the left side, it has speakers, on the strap, it has a tagline of the company – “Listen to the noise within” and on the bottom, it has a biometric sensor and charging pin slot.

Display & Features

The smartwatch features a 1.85-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with a 240×284 pixel resolution that sports 550 nits of brightness. Swipe up, and you’ll see options like silent mode, tap to search (which helps you to find your phone when you’re not able to find it by yourself), up to 5-levels of brightness options in the name of dimming, DND mode, power saving mode and lastly an option to go into the settings of the smartwatch.

The watch is loaded with a number of smart features, including a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 monitor, a stress monitor for health monitoring, called ID, call blocking, an activity tracker, a step counter, a calorie counter and even a feature that keeps an eye on your menstrual cycles. The watch also allows you to save up to 10 numbers and has Tru Sync technology, which uses Bluetooth v5.3 for connectivity and BlueTooth calling.


The watch can be paired with the smartphone only with the NoiseFit app and has a strong battery life which can last up to 10 days. Overall, the watch seems well-made, considering its price, and it can do most of the things you would like to see in a smartwatch. So, if you are one of those people who have a tight budget and haven’t experienced the world of smartwatches yet and wanted to give it a try to it, then go for Noise ColorFit Pulse 2 Max.

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