Fitness gadget manufacturer Withings has returned this week after being sold to Nokia and then repurchased with a new range of smartwatches taking the form of the Withings Steel HR Sport. Features of the new watch include heart rate monitoring, multipart tracking, GPS connectivity, fitness level monitoring, sleep analysis, smart notifications and 24/7 activity tracking.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the new smartwatch launched by Withings this week offering an industry leading battery life of 25 days that can be extended for a further 20 days in a power reserve mode. “Easily activate workout mode right on your wrist by choosing from over 30 sports. Steel HR Sport also features automatic exercise recognition at all times so you get credit for all your moves.”
“During workouts, this sleek device tracks continuous heart rate with time spent in HR zones (peak, intense, moderate, light) for over 30 activities at the press of a button with distance, elevation and pace via connected GPS. To help optimize training, Steel HR Sport also assesses your Fitness Level when running based on VO2 Max estimation. VO2 Max is a measure of your cardiovascular strength that reflects your body’s ability to convert oxygen into energy during exercise. The higher your score, the more fit you are.”
Available from today with either white or black face the new Withings Steel HR Sport Smartwatch is priced at $200 and is available to purchase directly from the official Withings website and retail partners such as Amazon.
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