Withings Steel HR Smartwatch with Fitness Tracker and Heart Rate Monitor

Withings has unveiled its latest Steel HR smartwatch. In addition to long battery life, connected features and stylish design, the smartwatch also tracks your heart rate.

Withings Steel HR Smartwatch with Heart Rate Monitor

The Steel HR is a good-looking and versatile smartwatch with fitness tracker that follows the classic rounded analog design of Withings Activité Steel, so it features a rounded minimal stainless steel watch case that exudes charming metallic luster, and its neat dial and watch strap complements to its minimalism, while two watch case sizes and two color options add some personalized style to match your lifestyle.

Withings Steel HR Smartwatch with Heart Rate Monitor

As a smartwatch, the Steel HR wirelessly connects with your smartphone, and by built-in vibration alarm, it silently reminds you of incoming text, calls and emails as well as dates. As a fitness tracker, it’s able to recognize walk, run, swim and sleep, and deliver in-depth tracking data including steps, distance, sleep patterns, calories burned and more. Meanwhile, the smartwatch features a built-in heart rate monitor that automatically activates when you run and on demand. In addition to a small dial to show the status of your daily activity, there is a newly added dial on its watch dial to intuitively indicate your heart rate.

Apart from these, the Steel HR is water resistant to 50 meters, so you can swim, have a shower and run in the rain with the smartwatch, and its rechargeable battery offers up to 25 days of battery life on a single charge.

Withings Steel HR Smartwatch with Heart Rate Monitor

Withings Steel HR will be available on October 1st. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss Fossil Q Wander and Q Marshal smartwatches and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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