Withings Pulse O2 Activity, Sleep, and Heart Rate + SPO2 Tracker for iOS and Android, Blue

October 22, 2014 - Comment

The Withings Pulse O2 is an advanced activity and health tracker. Versatile, it offers all wearing options: slap it on your wrist using the wristband, attach it to your clothes with the clip or simply drop it in a pocket. It tracks your activity all through the day (including steps, elevation, distance, running and calories

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The Withings Pulse O2 is an advanced activity and health tracker. Versatile, it offers all wearing options: slap it on your wrist using the wristband, attach it to your clothes with the clip or simply drop it in a pocket. It tracks your activity all through the day (including steps, elevation, distance, running and calories burned). At night, slide the Pulse O2 in its wristband and launch the sleep cycle analysis to precisely assess your sleep quality. In addition to the daily and nightly tracking, you can also measure your heart rate and your blood oxygen level by putting your finger on the back of the device.

Product Features

  • Activity tracking: steps, elevation, distance, running and calories burned
  • Wear it your way: clip and wristband included
  • Vital signs reading: instant heart rate and blood oxygen level
  • Sleep monitoring: sleep cycle analysis, wake-ups, total duration
  • Real-time coaching: in the free Health Mate app (iOS/Android)

Comments

J. Gervais "travel junkie" says:

Withings Pulse O2 Compared to Fitbit, Nike Fuel Band and Striiv I recently purchased the new Withings Pulse O2 activity tracker, (FYI now available for purchase on Withings website) after having to stop using the Fitbit Force, which was taken off the market due to a small percentage of users experiencing an allergic reaction to a metal piece that comes into contact with your skin. (Unfortunately after a few months of use I was one of those people.) I did not own the previous Pulse device.For a quick, short review, the Withings Pulse O2 tracks…

Paul M. Allen says:

Updated: Needs better user instructions I recently purchased this activity tracker directly from Withings, and I am less than impressed with it. I am a dedicated walker (approximately 5 miles at a 17 minutes/mile pace, 12,000 steps each day). I have used the Jawbone UP for the past several months, but decided to try something else due to apparent quality control issues with the UP (they break frequently). So far, I find that the Withings Pulse O2 counts only about 40% of steps actually taken and distance covered. This is completely…

Ethan Glover says:

Had to replace it, but still awesome. Note: I bought an open package Amazon warehouse deal with the Pulse to cut the costs down a bit, the display on mine (not the actual device) stopped working after 14 days. My review is still 5 stars because when I e-mailed Withings (through their site support channel) they got back to me that same day to get more information. The next day (after a reply) they gave me instructions on sending my device in for inspection. Two days after I sent it out I got an e-mail with a one-time coupon code for…

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