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Withings Pulse Wireless Activity and Heart Rate Tracker - Black

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  • Activity tracking: steps, elevation, distance and calories burned
  • Instant Heart Rate measurement
  • Sleep quality monitoring
  • Easy upload of your measurements using Bluetooth
  • Free Health Mate app to visualise trends and improvements (iOS and Android)

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.8 x 4.3 cm ; 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 g
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  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
  • Item model number: WAM01_04
  • ASIN: B00CW7KK9K
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 May 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,810 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Product Description


A tiny smart sensor to track your activity 24/7, measure your heart rate and help you be more active, everyday.


Withings Moving through your day


Moving through your day

• Track your daily activity - The Withings Pulse captures steps, burned calories, stairs climbed and distance travelled. Once synced to your smartphone or tablet, you will discover your data put into perspective.

• See the data come to life - The Withings Health Mate app instantly turns numbers into easy to read graphs showing trends and showcasing your day-to-day progress.

• Improve yourself - The Pulse offers an empowering experience as you are able to better yourself by making informed choices.



Withings running the good race

Running the good race

• Track your run - Just grab your Withings Pulse and go! The tracker recognises your running and it automatically displays a Run recap screen with your racing stats.

• Easy history browsing with touch screen - With the Pulse, you have easy access to your data. There's no need to have your smartphone to see the history of all of your activities.



Withings fostering good nights

Fostering good nights

• Monitor your sleep - Place the Withings Pulse in the Sleep Wristband and launch the sleep cycle analysis. The next morning you will have to opportunity to precisely assess your sleep quality thanks to the in-app graph to have more restorative nights.



Withings measuring heart rate in a heartbeat

Measuring heart rate in a heartbeat

• Instant heart rate - The Withings Pulse enables you to follow your heart rate trends. Check your pulse on any occasion. Just press your finger on the back of the device and discover your heart rate.

• Assess your fitness level - Over time, as your resting heart rate optimises, celebrate - your overall health and wellness is improving.



Withings reach the perfect balance between activity and nutrition.

Reach the perfect balance between activity and nutrition

• Master your body's weight - Simply log your meals in the MyFitnessPal app - the world's largest food, nutrition and calorie database. The Health Mate app brings home their caloric equivalents and measures them against the number of calories burned.

• Track your trend - By logging your weight into the free Health mate app or using Withings' scales to keep a track of your weight and reach your goal and the perfect balance.



Withings enlightening and customizable

Enlightening and customisable

• Pocket coach - Sync the Withings Pulse with your smartphone (iOS or Android) and collect all the data in your Health Mate app that instantly puts them into perspective.

• Withings' ecosystem - The Withings Pulse is part of a wide fitness ecosystem. All data collected by Withings' products goes to the same app to give you a complete understanding of where you stand and how you can improve yourself.

• Enjoy our network of partners - You can share your data with over 100 health and fitness partner apps. We are probably already compatible with your favorite app.



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Specifications

Metrics tracked
  • Steps taken
  • Elevation climbed actively
  • Distance travelled
  • Calories burned
  • Last run: duration and distance
  • Instant heart rate
  • Sleep duration and quality
Display
  • Large OLED screen
  • 128 pixels x 32 pixels resolution
  • Touch screen for history browsing
Day & Night motion sensor
  • High precision MEMS 3-axis accelerometer
  • Low power consumption
Heart rate measurement
  • Optoelectronics sensor with Green / Red LEDs
  • Last 14 measures can be browsed on Withings Pulse
Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology
Power and battery
  • Two weeks average use between charges
  • Power save: get an extra 24h of tracking, even your product is out of juice
  • Charging via a Standard Micro-USB to USB power cable on a computer or on a Smartphone power supply unit
  • Built-in Lithium-ion battery
Minimum configuration
  • iPhone (3GS or higher), iPad (all versions), iPad mini, iPod touch (3rd generation or higher), with iOS 5 and higher and Internet connectivity (cellular data or Wi-Fi)
  • Android 2.3.3 or higher smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth compatibility and Internet connectivity (cellular data or Wi-Fi)
  • The product installation is NOT possible from a computer
Dimensions and weight
  • Height: 43 mm (1.69")
  • Width: 22 mm (0.87")
  • Depth: 8 mm (0.31")
  • Weight: 8 g (0.28 oz., 0.018 lb)
What's in the box
  • Withings Pulse
  • Silicone and metal clip
  • Sleep wristband
  • Micro-USB to USB charging cable
  • Quick Installation Guide (FR/EN/DE/ES/IT)
  • Free Withings.com account to track your well-being.
Withings Pulse box
Withings Pulse

Box Contains

  • Withings Pulse
  • Silicone and metal clip
  • Sleep wristband
  • Micro-USB to USB charging cable
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Free Withings.com account to track your well-being

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Trash on 8 Sep 2013
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This could almost be my favourite activity tracker but a few issues keep it from the top slot.

I've tried the Jawbone UP, the Nike Fuelband and a couple of the Fitbit range. I finally settled on the Fitbit one, which I have been using since they were launched, and I rate it very highly. However I decided I wanted to unify my activity/weight tracking and as I already have a Withings Blood pressue monitor and the old Withings body scale the Pulse seemed like a natural switch.

Having used it for almost a week now I think it is a good product but I still prefer my Fitbit. Here's why:

- I suffer from very high blood pressure so I have to remain active as part of a system for treating it. I therefore walk a lot and use my activity tracker as a way of motivating myself to keep active. I usually manage 12000 or more steps a day. With the fitbit I can set my steps at any level (currently 13000) to motivate myself to achieve a higher goal than my average. The Pulse has a set level of 10,000 steps which cannot be altered. While it does count steps higher than this of course, it considers you have reached your goal when it gets to 10000. In my case not very motivational.

- I also don't sleep very much (I average about 6 hours a night) however this is usually enough for me as long as the sleep quality is good (i.e. most of it deep sleep). The Pulse has its own notion of how much sleep I need - it is set at 8 to 9 hours and anything less is considered to be not achieving your goal. The Fitbit allows me to set my goal and is thus much more flexible.

- The fitbit also allows you much more flexibility when it comes to editing. So, for example, if I go to sleep and forget to start my tracking I can go into my records later and add a sleep record.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Michael Heron TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 14 Nov 2013
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I was initially a little skeptical about the Withings Pulse, but after using it for several days I am sold. To use the Withings Pulse you need to have an iPhone or android smartphone: there is no option to transfer and store your data on a website, only a phone app. Transfer is via Bluetooth and occasionally it fails to sync, which can be more than a little frustrating. The instructions could also be improved as they are somewhat vague at times.

The device is tiny, weighs next to nothing, and is easy to carry around in a pocket. It is also very stylish and well-built. At first, I was reasonably underwhelmed. The device counts the number of steps you take, but I already have a cheap pedometer which can do that. It does however also work out if you go up and down hills or stairs, which is nice additional information. And the ability to take a pulse rate reading at any time is great. This is not always accurate though. The first reading I took said 167 beats per minute! (I was not and had not recently been exercising.). I took another reading 15 seconds later and it said 67 beats per minute which is more likely to be correct. It also gave me one reading of 47 beats per minute which seems dubious (my resting heart rate is around 55 - 57 beats per minute). This is a nice feature, but I still wasn't sure it justified the price especially given the wide variation in readings.

I got more impressed when I used it with the well made and exceptionally comfortable wrist strap to monitor my sleep patterns. It can correctly tell how long it takes me to get to sleep, how much time I spend awake (I woke up one night for an hour when using it and it has this correctly recorded) and how much time I spend in light sleep and deep sleep, showing my sleep cycles.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Lobstonicus on 24 Aug 2013
This is my first activity tracker. I considered the Fitbit One & Flex and Jawbone Up. I didn't want a unit that goes on your wrist as that seems inherently inaccurate, so that was the Up and Flex out. I was about ready to buy the Fitbit One and then the Pulse appeared, which seemed to do a bit more than the others and was a European company to boot, so I bought one. And overall, I'm pretty pleased with it. I've had it for a week now.

The unit itself is surprisingly small and light, yet seems to be well made. It has a slightly silicon-rubber type feel to the surface which I like, but which I was a bit dubious of at first as it didn't seem like it would be robust. No signs of wear so far, though.

It's very simple to use, having only a single button and a touch screen. Press the button once to wake it up & switch between functions. Hold the button for three seconds to make it sync data with your phone. I've had no problems with responsiveness of the touch screen which others have mentioned. The display is nice, though unreadable in bright outdoor light, but that's not a problem for me.

It seems quite accurate - I checked it and over the course of 1200 steps, it was only 4 out which seems acceptable to me. It will count bogus steps when you're in the car (and I would guess that all activity trackers will do this, due to the movement of the car) but not enough that it makes a real difference to your daily total. It would be nice to have a 'pause' function though to stop it counting (although there's always the risk that you'd forget to unpause it again). I have a separate blood pressure monitor and the pulse measurement from that and the Pulse have always been in close agreement.
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