Monday, March 18, 2019

Withings announced new fitness & wearables at CES 2019

Following the buyback by Withings founder Éric Carreel from Nokia in 2018, the fitness company is back with new wearables and fitness hardware at CES 2019.

The 3 new products that have been announced at CES are Move ECG, Withings Move and BPM Core.

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Move ECGWithings Move ECG

Withings is launching the first analog watch with an ECG sensor built in to be able to take electrocardiogram on demand, meaning you wont miss an AFib episode.

In addition, this soon-to-be FDA-cleared device is a water-resistant activity tracker that gives you extra motivation to move more with an automatic walk, run, and swim tracking plus an altimeter for stair climbing.

The Move ECG comes sports a 12-month battery life via cell battery meaning you don’t have to mess around charging on a regular basis.

Pricing and availability

The Move ECG is available for order in the spring with no pricing as of yet.

Withings MoveWithings Move

Withings Move is an advanced activity tracker housed in a classic watch that has no digital screen but shows your activity directly on the dial with its third hand.

The classic fitness tracker comes in various colours, Black and Yellow Gold, White and Sea Blue, White and Coral, Black and Mint and White, Black and Mint.

Withings Move seamlessly tracks walking, running, sleeping, swimming and much more, plus features connected GPS to map your path. It syncs with the free Health Mate app so you can view your trends and improve over time.

If you wear your watch to bed, Withings Move will automatically track light and deep sleep cycles, duration and sleep quality via the Sleep Score.

With up to 18 months of use with no charging, Withings Move has the longest battery life in the market.

Pricing and availability

The Withings Move is available for order now priced at £59.99 with shipping within 5 weeks.

BPM CoreWithings BPM Core

The BPM Core is a connected blood pressure monitor which can detect a variety of cardiovascular diseases in the comfort of your home and help identify heart conditions before they progress.

BPM Core delivers accurate blood pressure and heart rate, as well as ECG monitoring and a digital stethoscope. Now an at-home device can point to a risk of serious conditions, including atrial fibrillation (AFib) and valvular heart disease (VHD)—conditions that may have no symptoms.

  • Works via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
  • Features an LED Matrix screen for instant feedback
  • Get a heart health checkup in 90 seconds

Pricing and availability

The BPM Core is available for order in the spring with no pricing as of yet.

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Jon Ratcliffe
I am Jon R and the editor of Active JR that covers wearables, fitness tech and smart home. I have a huge passion for technology having worked in the sector for over 18 years in a variety of roles and I like combining this with fitness.My reviews and information will talk about how the product works in reality and not just what the marketing departments want you to think.You can contact Jon on Twitter @ActiveJR1

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