Friday, March 10, 2017

Withings Steel HR Review: Heart-rate tracking and 3-week battery make a winning combo

I’ve struggled a lot to find the right fitness wearable. Smartwatches don’t always have a heart rate sensor, and when they do, it’s often poorly implemented. I like Fitbit’s Charge 2 a lot, and the new Alta HR looks sweet, but sometimes I just want something that looks and feels like a watch. Enter the Steel HR by Withings (now owned by Nokia), a fitness tracker that uses a traditional analog face along with a tiny embedded LCD. It’s not exactly the most powerful fitness tracker out there, but it strikes a balance of features, aesthetics, and convenience that’s quite refreshing. Specs and…

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