• Withings Pulse HR
  • Withings Pulse HR
  • Withings Pulse HR
  • Withings Pulse HR
  • Withings Pulse HR
  • Withings Pulse HR

Specs / Features


Heart rate tracking - maximize your workouts with continuous heart rate and in-depth reporting Plus daily and overnight hr | Connected GPS - maps your session with calories, distance, elevation & pace | Multisport tracking - start workout mode and choose from 30+ sports to monitor

Heart rate tracking - maximize your workouts with continuous heart rate and in-depth reporting Plus daily and overnight hr | Connected GPS - maps your session with calories, distance, elevation & pace | Multisport tracking - start workout mode and choose from 30+ sports to monitor

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Specification

Tech Spec
Display Type OLED
Battery Life Up to 20 days in normal use
Compatibility iOS & Android
Specification
Brand Withings
Model 3700546704734
Size 25.25 x 1.045 x 1.816 cm (9.9 x 0.4 x 0.7 in)
Weight 45 grams
(1.59 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Stuff

A no-thrills no-frills health tracker

from Stuff

It’s very low maintenance, middle-of-the-road pricing, and the sleep tracking is on the money. That, coupled with the impressive battery life make it a neat choice for casual gym-goers, step-o-meter obsessives and for those who have a touch more than a passing interest in fitness tracking and improving their lifestyle.

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It’s very low maintenance, middle-of-the-road pricing, and the sleep tracking is on the money. That, coupled with the impressive battery life make it a neat choice for casual gym-goers, step-o-meter obsessives and for those who have a touch more than a passing interest in fitness tracking and improving their lifestyle.

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Ars Technica

Durable design, accurate heart-rate monitor, and amazing battery life

from Ars Technica

The Pulse HR is a great option for those who want to rarely take off their fitness band and those who value connected GPS more than the smartwatch features that other manufacturers are now trying to squeeze into their hybrid trackers.

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The Pulse HR is a great option for those who want to rarely take off their fitness band and those who value connected GPS more than the smartwatch features that other manufacturers are now trying to squeeze into their hybrid trackers.

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Wareable

Doesn't quite match up to its closest rivals

from Wareable

The Withings Pulse HR feels like a fitness tracker that hasn't kept up with the developments in this space. On paper, it suggests otherwise, with features like 5ATM water resistance and automatic activity tracking. However, Its navigation style feels clunky for a device that costs $129, the heart...More

The Withings Pulse HR feels like a fitness tracker that hasn't kept up with the developments in this space. On paper, it suggests otherwise, with features like 5ATM water resistance and automatic activity tracking. However, Its navigation style feels clunky for a device that costs $129, the heart rate sensor is surprisingly spotty and there’s no altimeter.

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TrustedReviews

A very basic, no-thrills fitness tracker

from TrustedReviews

If you have money to burn and are just getting into exercising then the Pulse HR will do the job. The sleek-looking device has an easy to navigate menu system, plus a smartphone app that makes it quick and easy to get a bird’s-eye view of your progress. The stellar battery life is another uniqu...More

If you have money to burn and are just getting into exercising then the Pulse HR will do the job. The sleek-looking device has an easy to navigate menu system, plus a smartphone app that makes it quick and easy to get a bird’s-eye view of your progress. The stellar battery life is another unique selling point that most buyers’ will appreciate.

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PhoneArena

Comfortable fit, extremely long battery life

from PhoneArena

If you want something to track your activities and replace your watch, Withings has other options that will do a better job at that. However, if your focus is on activity tracking and time on your wrist is just a bonus you’d like to have, then the Pulse HR will serve you well.

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If you want something to track your activities and replace your watch, Withings has other options that will do a better job at that. However, if your focus is on activity tracking and time on your wrist is just a bonus you’d like to have, then the Pulse HR will serve you well.

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