Withings has launched the Pulse HR traditional fitness tracker that packs a polycarbonate build with an OLED screen. It packs a stainless steel casing and changeable silicone wristband straps. However, doesn’t come with always-on-display.
It comes the ability to see notifications from your phone, alongside time/date, daily goal progress, calories, and heart rate. There is a photoplethysmography (PPG) heart rate sensor will record your beat every 10 minutes throughout the day and continuously during exercise sessions, with a heart rate zone provided. It can track up to 10 activities when connected GPS via the phone, it can offer pace, distance, elevation, and a map in the companion app.
It can track sleep quality with a Sleep Score combining duration, depth regularity, and interruptions to provide a ranking in the Health Mate app. The app integrates with third-party services like Google Fit, Apple Health, and MyFitnessPal. The company claims that it can offer a battery life of up to 20 days, and is water-resistant up to 50 meters.
The Withings Pulse HR is priced at $129.95 (Rs.9,360 approx.). The company is taking pre-orders through Withings website and Amazon.com and will ship from December 5th.