Withings Activité Pop - Activity and Sleep Tracking Watch
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- stainless steel, strap: silicone, hands: brass, dial:brass, buckle: stainless steel
- Activity tracking: steps, distance, running and calories burned
- Sleep monitoring: sleep cycle analysis (light and deep sleep) silent alarm to start your day with a Gentle wake-up vibration
- Fun-to-wear materials: activate pop's design extends across the pvd-coated watch case and the smooth silicone watch strap
- Free health mate app for real-time coaching
- Battery life: no need to charge activate pop, the button cell battery offers up to 8 months autonomy.Please refer user manual attached below for instructions and troubleshooting steps.
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From the manufacturer
- Tracks steps, distance, and calories.
- Automatic run detection
- Sleep tracking
- Wake-up with a silent alarm.
- Water-resistant up to 150 feet.
- Autonomy: up to 8 months.
The new face of activity tracking
A dazzling hybrid watch combining time and activity tracking.
The Withings Activité Pop is a radiant watch combining time and activity tracking. Activité Pop automatically syncs with your iOS or Android smartphone and offers up to 8 months autonomy on a standard cell battery, no charging needed!
Available in 3 colors:
- Shark Grey
Whatever Makes You Tick
Activity and Run Tracking
At any point in your day, glance at the dial tracker for an update on your status towards reaching your goal for the day. Activité Pop automatically detects and tracks whether you are walking or running.
Using Bluetooth, all your data, including steps taken, distance walked, distance run, and calories burned, will automatically upload to your Health Mate app on your smartphone.
Activité Pop is water resistant up to 5 ATM (50 meters - 150 feet).
Sleep Tracking with Silent Alarm
Withings Activité Pop automatically detects when you are asleep, keeping track of light and deep sleep cycles, the number of awakenings and the total duration of sleep.
Set an alarm in the app to start your day with a gentle wake-up vibration.
Saves You Time and Trouble
No More Charging
You don’t need any dedicated cable or dock, as Activité Pop works on a standard button cell providing up to 8-months of battery life.
Real-Time Coaching and Sharing
While the watch shows you how active you are in real-time, the Health Mate app suggests easy changes to get you to walk more.
The Health Mate app offers a fun program - with Activity Badges, a Leaderboard, Healthy Reminders and Activity Insights - that has proven its ability to get everybody going.
Adapts to Your Lifestyle
To always display the correct time, Activité Pop seamlessly syncs to the clock of your smartphone, even when you are traveling.
Customize your Activité Pop with our colorful accessories wristbands: Orange, Plum and Teal.
- iOS 7 or higher: iPhone (4s or more recent), iPod touch (5th generation or more recent) or iPad (2nd generation or more recent).
- Android 4.3 or more recent with Bluetooth Low Energy.
- Internet access required (mobile data or Wi-Fi).
What's In The Box:
- Withings Activité Pop with Silicone Wristband.
- Installation Guide
- CR2025 Button Cell in Product
Additional Product Details:
- Dimensions: Watch 1.3 inches, fits wrist up to 7.9 inches, watch weight 1.3 ounces.
- Displays: analog display, 2nd dial to check activity level, tap glass to check alarm time.
- App: Withings Health Mate app available for iOS and Android.
- Materials: silicone wristband, stainless steel case with colorful PVD coating.
- Battery: CR2-25 battery with up to 8 months autonomy.
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Waited to review to try out the swim feature. They just pushed the update to me yesterday for me and went swimming today. As advertised, it just appeared upon sync which was really nice. I've always been annoyed at having to write down when I swim. While this doesn't integrate with apple's health app (yet - hopefully coming??) it's a very nice feature. Not sure how they are calculating calories - they do have weight but it seems effort dependent and i'm not sure pace gives you that. Anyway, you just see a duration, not a stroke count. Maybe that's coming. I've never had a fitness product that received automatic firmware updates - that's outstanding.
Finally a quick thumbs up for their customer service. I had two questions for them and they responded to both within a day. It's nice to be as pleasantly surprised by a company as you are by their product.
update: after six months I'm still wearing this watch every day. One battery replacement that went smoothly. They have moved the swim tracking piece out of beta and it's accurate in terms of time in the pool. The band is holding up well but it's my least favorite part - sort of cheap looking - something a 12 yr old would choose. Their online choices are colored bands. Not sure who they think their market is, exactly. Do kids really care about step counting? Having said that, my other watches are collecting dust as having the reminder that you haven't moved all day is a motivator, never having to stop to recharge it makes it easy and not having to think twice when you head for the pool seals it for me.
I have had this watch for about two months and really like it. I used to have a Fitbit Flex but lost it when it fell off because of the faulty strap. I compared the Fitbit Charge, Garmin Vivofit 2, and a few others but ultimately chose this watch based on the pros outweighing the pros on all the other fitness trackers. Jumping straight to the pros and cons, here we go.
-looks like a watch and not a weird fitness tracker on your wrist
-8 month battery
-water proof (I take showers, swim, and never take my watch off)
-well developed app (IOS)
-watch bands are easy to replace and watch strap is a standard size in case you wanted a custom band
-the back of the watch is round (I'm guessing to fit Bluetooth, accelerometer, etc) and doesn't sit very flat on my wrist. (I have included a picture on what I am trying to explain)
-no available backlight. I did not realize how much I used previous watch backlights to until it wasn't available.
-a little smaller dial than I prefer (I was wearing a G-Shock before so that may have a little to do with it)
-I don't believe the step count is 100% accurate (more on this later)
Features I wish it had:
-Date dial: would save me time from checking my phone
-Multiple alarms: should be an easy app software fix
So ultimately, I wanted a fitness tracker that I didn't have to take off weekly to charge, was waterproof, a watch, and didn't look like I had a weird bracelet on my wrist. I loved my previous Fitbit Flex's app and really wanted another Fitbit but none are waterproof and they had to be charged weekly if not more. Even though Garmin's Vivofit 2 is both waterproof and has a great battery life, the app has horrible reviews and what is a fitness tracker if the app crashes and doesn't work.
The reason I don't believe the step count is 100% accurate are for a few reasons. One, when I ran with my GPS for two miles, it only calculated 1.4 miles. Also, my friend has a Fitbit Charge and we walked the same 1.2 miles and she had a couple hundred steps more. I understand people have different strides but we tried to maintain the same stride to see if we had the same step count.
I will update this review as I notice more pros, cons, and features I would like to see in the future.