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Withings introduces the Withings Pulse HR with a long battery life

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(Featured image: © 2018 Withings)

Withings has been known for the Steel HR and the Steel HR Sport, which are two hybrid smartwatches, for some time now. Now the company has introduced a fitness tracker - the Withings Pulse HR.

Like all other fitness trackers, the case of the Pulse HR is elongated and made of black stainless steel. On the side there is a navigation button, on the bottom there is a heart rate sensor, like the name of the Proproduct already suggests. With the new tracker from Withings you can even go swimming and dive up to 50 meters deep. In addition to that, 29 other activities can be recorded. In addition to relevant fitness data, the OLED touchscreen also displays the time and notifications.

Long battery life

Withings states a battery life of 20 days for the Withings Pulse HR. This would put this tracker in line with the Mi Band 2 and the Mi Band 3 from Xiaomi. Unfortunately, a GPS sensor was not installed. To do this, however, you can call up the GPS signal from your smartphone via Bluetooth, which is called “Connected GPS”. The Health-Mate app is available for synchronization with the smartphone. The Withings Pulse HR will be available from December 5th for a price of 129,95 euros in three colors: black, gray and pink.

The Withings Pulse HR is synchronized with the smartphone via the Health-Mate app (Image: Withings)

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