Godrej aer launches India’s first mobile enabled home fragrance

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Mumbai, December 3, 2019: Godrej aer, a leader in household fragrances from the house of Godrej Consumer Products Limited, has always brought innovative solutions to the consumer. Godrej aer has now launched Godrej aer smart matic – India’s first-ever mobile enabled fragrance diffuser.

The newly launched smart home fragrance is Bluetooth-enabled and can be controlled with a mobile app on a smart phone – through both android and ios.

Godrej aer smart matic is a revolutionary product suited for smart homes. The mobile app allows the user to be in complete control of the device. It also comes with a never-heard-before ‘smart scheduler’ that enables the user to adjust spraying schedules by minutes, hours, days or even weeks. The mobile app will also notify users about a low refill for timely replacements as well as give battery life indication to ensure uninterrupted fragrance at home.

This battery-operated smart home fragrance is sleek, and can be mounted on a wall or placed on a shelf in the living space (at least 3 meters from the ground). The all-new Godrej aer smart matic adds a touch of smart to your home décor and makes it smell amazing, anytime you want.

Speaking about the latest launch, Mr. Sunil Kataria CEO - India and SAARC, Godrej Consumer Products Limited, said, “At Godrej Consumer Products Limited it is our constant endeavour to bring the most user friendly and innovative products to our Indian consumers. Given the rapid pace of evolution in technology that has brought about the advent of smart homes, we wanted to create something that is innovative yet convenient to use. Godrej aer has always been a pioneer in the household fragrances sector and with the launch of Godrej aer smart matic, we are confident that this will be a game-changer in the industry. By incorporating intuitive features and integration with technology, Godrej aer smart matic promises to create a pleasant experience for consumers.”

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Tuesday, December 3, 2019