Nokia Steel – Activity & Sleep Watch
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- 24/7 seamless tracking - automatic walk, run, swim, and more than 10 activities recognized. Plus calories burned & distance
- Sleep monitoring - sleep cycle analysis (light and deep sleep) plus silent Vibrating alarm with Smart wake-up which helps you wake up at the best point in your sleep cycle
- Automatic synchronization - visualize trends and data on your Smartphone with the free health mate app
- Premium materials - stainless steel, chrome hands, silicon Sport strap
- No charging - up to 8-month Battery life
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From the manufacturer
Activity tracking helps you move more, feel better, and sleep better — but only if the tracker works with your life. Nokia Steel lets you run, walk, swim, or dance the night away without your phone. There’s no charging and no button to press — Nokia Steel automatically tracks everything and syncs to the free Health Mate app to give you in-depth metrics, personal coaching and more.
In the Know & On the Move
Track activity at a glance. The tachometer-inspired sub-dial tracks progress towards your daily goal. And there's no button to press: Nokia Steel automatically detects and tracks all activity, including walk, run, swim, and sleep.
H2O & Ready to Go
Nokia Steel is water-resistant up to 5 ATM (50 meters - 150 feet) and automatically detects swimming. So you can shower with it and view your water workouts in the Health Mate app.
Sleep Tracking, Silent Alarm & Smart Wake-Up
Nokia Steel automatically detects light and deep sleep cycles, sleep interruptions, and sleep duration. Set an alarm in the Health Mate app to wake with a gentle vibration at the best time in your sleep cycle.
Visualize Trends & Data
Nokia Steel automatically syncs with your phone so that you can track all progress in the free Health Mate app. The app offers expert coaching every step of the way with Activity Insights, a Leaderboard, and Reminders to help you reach your goals.
No More Charging
No need for any cables or dock - Nokia Steel operates on a standard button cell watch battery to provide up to 8 months of battery life.
Beyond technology, Steel's state-of-the-art finish boasts a 316L stainless steel case, chrome hands, and a soft silicone sport strap. Its sleek design makes it the perfect accessory to help you get moving, without compromising on style.
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Here's where it absolutely shines:
- No more charging! Nokia Steel is powered by a regular watch battery which lasts roughly 8 months. Mine lasted almost a year! Replacing it is easy and can be done at home or at any jewelry/department store.
- Connects to your phone via Bluetooth then quietly and effectively collects your activity data, and syncs it to the phone app. It will automatically detect a wide range of activities, their duration and intensity, while the app will calculate the calories burned, etc.
- Sleep patterns tracker. The watch/app will tell you how well you slept and how long.On top of that, you can enable a silent, vibrating alarm by using the app. This is a big plus to anyone who hates those annoying sound alarms.
- The time keeping is superb. The watch is extremely precise since it syncs with your phone. If you travel a lot, changing time zones, adjusting the watch is not an issue. It will immediately pickup the new time from your phone's network / carrier.
Nokia has made several noticeable design improvements to both the watch and the app. First, the app is updated a lot more frequently with true improvements each time. Also, the wrist band has been slightly upgraded. The band material fills softer and stronger at the same time. The buckle has also been redesigned and secures the watch on your wrist a lot better.
Overall, the watch helps me to stay on top of my personal health goals and progress. The app can also import all the data to Apple Health. It keeps track of your weight history, shows the normal ranges for weight, body far, muscle mass, and BMI. Nokia has also promised nutrition tracking, syncing with MyFitnessPal, Runkeeper integration, and other notable improvements.
The watch fits exceptionally well with professional attire, casual, or even work out clothes. It has truly been a focus of attention at several business meetings and events. Considering its price and features, the watch is an excellent choice, and I highly recommend it!
The upside are , the watch is quite beautiful and as fitness tracker it has the convenient of very long battery life. Added to it, it is waterproof !!
Bought for my mother so that she could keep track of her activity and steps and so far it seems pretty accurate and the watch looks fantastic.
The companion app is easy to use and view relevant information and seems to support a few 3rd party apps as well.
Overall, for someone who cares about fitness tracking but doesn't want something that is as horrendous as a garmin or fitbit, this is the perfect device for you. It truly does look amazing.
In the box you get the watch, a reset tool, and a quick installation guide. I chose the “white” version, which comes with a light parchment colored background (in other words not exactly stark white), steel casing, and a black silicon band.
The watch overall has an attractive design — it’s a sleek, modern watch. The watch face has hour and minute hands, as well as a separate dial that tracks your daily step goal, from 0% to 100%. There are no buttons or knobs on the watch, save for the recessed button on the back used only during setup. The face is 36mm in diameter, and it has an 18mm band with a buckle-style closure, so in general this is a unisex design.
I thought it had an elegant or delicate styling — this watch would look fine to wear to an office job, for example. Personally, I would have preferred a leather band with this watch. Instead, it comes with a silicon band, allowing it to be immersed into 50m of water (say when swimming). I’m considering purchasing a second band.
I found the analog watch face to be not very readable unless you are standing still in good lighting. Forget easily tracking your time by glancing at the watch while running. I wish the tick marks at least were bolder.
You cannot set up the watch without using the accompanying Heath Mate app, available for iOS and Android. On both platforms, it was easy to set the time and easy to set alarms. However, getting the step detection functional took multiple resets, and in the end only worked on iOS. The watch wants Bluetooth and location services enabled.
The Health Mate app can set up the watch, sync to download sleep and activity data, and set alarms. There’s also a social function. To sync, you simply open the app on your paired device — on iOS you can see the sync as it happens. The watch uses a Bluetooth Low Energy protocol.
The graph functionality in the app could be improved. There are no units of measurement on the y-axis, you cannot zoom into the graph, and you cannot see the underlying data. Thus, you can only get an overall feel for what parts of the day were more active than others, rather than specific measurements.
If you sleep at night, then the watch will display your sleep “quality” — when it thought you were in deep sleep (dark blue), light sleep (light blue) and awake (tan). In testing, the watch did an OK job of detecting when I was sleeping, though it seems to have trouble detecting when I fall asleep. Possibly related, it missed a short one hour nap, and it misjudged when I went to bed last night.
One useful function is the ability to setup alarms (using the app) and have the watch vibrate you to wakefulness. I liked being able to have an alarm that doesn’t wake my spouse.
The activity tracking functions of the app were less useful. You can manually enter entries for many aerobic activities, though for each activity you can only log activity duration, “intensity”, and how many calories you used — these are all values you must calculate and enter into the app yourself. Also, there is no stopwatch functionality on the watch or app. And, for example, weight lifting is a generic category, without the ability to track reps, amount of weight lifted, or type of lift.
The battery life of the watch is unclear, as the manual is silent on the topic. One part of the Amazon page for the watch says 8 months, whereas another says 25 days. Either way, the battery is not rechargeable, so the watch must be taken to a jeweler to get new batteries in order to ensure your watch remains waterproof after the battery change (though the Nokia website provides instructions in case you would like to change the battery yourself).
In conclusion, I cannot say that this is a fitness watch. Rather, it is a timepiece that when paired with the app has an alarm as well as step counting and activity tracking functionality. If you are an office worker who needs a stylish timepiece that can survive a shower or swim, as well as count your steps, this might be your new watch.