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Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking

Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking

Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
Withings Pulse HR – Water Resistant Health & Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate and Sleep Monitor, Sport & Activity Tracking
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Features

  • Heart RATE & multisport - select from 30+ sports with continuous heart RATE, reporting on heart RATE zones, plus daily/overnight hr. tracking and automatic exercise recognition so you get credit for all your moves.
  • Connected GPS via smartphone - map and share your workout and exercise sessions with reporting on calories, distance, elevation & Pace.
  • Long-life battery - lasts up to 20 days Between charges So you can keep moving.
  • Water resistant to 50M - Enjoy automatic swim recognition and having no fear when you shower, go snorkeling or get caught in the rain.
  • Sleep tracking - wake to a Sleep Score based on light and deep sleep cycles, interruptions, and more, Plus enjoy a silent vibrating alarm with Smart wake-up.
  • Withings products on must be “ships from and sold by” or Withings to be eligible for /replacement by Withings.

Description

Pulse HR is a health & Fitness tracker, featuring heart rate, multisport tracking, connected GPS and a tactile screen that displays full Smartphone notifications for calls, texts, events and all your favorite apps. It has been designed to support you day and night With automatic sleep tracking, water resistance up to 50M, and a long-life battery of up to 20 days.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 0.41 x 0.71 x 1.75 inches; 1.44 Ounces


Item model number 3700546706080


Department Unisex-adult


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available April 16, 2019


Manufacturer Withings


ASIN B07QT7V58N


Best Sellers Rank #258 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars


Shipping

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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Heart RATE & multisport - select from 30+ sports with continuous heart RATE, reporting on heart RATE zones, plus daily/overnight hr. tracking and automatic exercise recognition so you get credit for all your moves.
  • Connected GPS via smartphone - map and share your workout and exercise sessions with reporting on calories, distance, elevation & Pace.
  • Long-life battery - lasts up to 20 days Between charges So you can keep moving.
  • Water resistant to 50M - Enjoy automatic swim recognition and having no fear when you shower, go snorkeling or get caught in the rain.
  • Sleep tracking - wake to a Sleep Score based on light and deep sleep cycles, interruptions, and more, Plus enjoy a silent vibrating alarm with Smart wake-up.
  • Withings products on must be “ships from and sold by” or Withings to be eligible for /replacement by Withings.

Description

Pulse HR is a health & Fitness tracker, featuring heart rate, multisport tracking, connected GPS and a tactile screen that displays full Smartphone notifications for calls, texts, events and all your favorite apps. It has been designed to support you day and night With automatic sleep tracking, water resistance up to 50M, and a long-life battery of up to 20 days.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 0.41 x 0.71 x 1.75 inches; 1.44 Ounces


Item model number 3700546706080


Department Unisex-adult


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available April 16, 2019


Manufacturer Withings


ASIN B07QT7V58N


Best Sellers Rank #258 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Heart RATE & multisport - select from 30+ sports with continuous heart RATE, reporting on heart RATE zones, plus daily/overnight hr. tracking and automatic exercise recognition so you get credit for all your moves.
  • Connected GPS via smartphone - map and share your workout and exercise sessions with reporting on calories, distance, elevation & Pace.
  • Long-life battery - lasts up to 20 days Between charges So you can keep moving.
  • Water resistant to 50M - Enjoy automatic swim recognition and having no fear when you shower, go snorkeling or get caught in the rain.
  • Sleep tracking - wake to a Sleep Score based on light and deep sleep cycles, interruptions, and more, Plus enjoy a silent vibrating alarm with Smart wake-up.
  • Withings products on must be “ships from and sold by” or Withings to be eligible for /replacement by Withings.

Description

Pulse HR is a health & Fitness tracker, featuring heart rate, multisport tracking, connected GPS and a tactile screen that displays full Smartphone notifications for calls, texts, events and all your favorite apps. It has been designed to support you day and night With automatic sleep tracking, water resistance up to 50M, and a long-life battery of up to 20 days.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 0.41 x 0.71 x 1.75 inches; 1.44 Ounces


Item model number 3700546706080


Department Unisex-adult


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available April 16, 2019


Manufacturer Withings


ASIN B07QT7V58N


Best Sellers Rank #258 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars


abunda_amazon_reviews The Pulse HR is my first foray into fitness trackers. I bought this for two main purposes: sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. My phone already kept good track of steps (though this is obviously significantly better and more versatile), so I was really looking for better data on my sleep habits and general hearth health. After about 3 weeks, I have found the sleep tracking to be as accurate as I need it to be. By showing me timeframes for deep/shallow sleep periods, I'm able to extrapolate some common disturbances (the same obnoxiously loud motorcyclist drives by my apartment nearly every night at 1AM). Plus I have found the sleep scores match up well to how I would rate a given night of sleep. I spent one night on a futon in a room without A/C after being up late. I got about 4 hours of uncomfortable sleep and woke up feeling worse for wear. My sleep score for that night was a 36, which honestly when I saw it at 7AM felt a little generous. :) The heart rate monitoring is also as accurate as I need it to be. I have never had any HR monitoring before, so I'm still learning how to read the data and understand what it means. But the Health Mate app is great for me! It offers encouragement when I haven't been active enough in a day or over a span of days, and it congratulates me for patterns of healthy heart data (generally over the span of a week).;;Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid Fitness & Sleep Tracker;;Daniel Margheim;;;The unit is easy to read, seems to do a good job on sleep tracking and pulse tracking, and is easy to sync. Those are some of the good points. But the pedometer sucks, especially compared to earlier models from Withings. I have gone on three different outings over the past few days with multiple pedometers. Two were in urban-type settings, walking around a mall, and walking around stores in a tourist area. The third was a hike in a national monument area that involved a rough trail and a lot of up and down. This unit recorded only about 50%-60% of my steps. I know that because the distance it recorded didn't match the map distance, and the step count didn't match the other pedometers. I even tried counting 500 steps and it was short by over 150. One of the primary reasons I bought this was to replace my old Withings pulse (a model that has been discontinued) because I wanted to keep the app and have a good pedometer. It looks like I will need to buy some other pedometer if I want something accurate. What a disappointment. Update: After less than 3 weeks of wearing this, the anchor for the strap snapped off.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Generally good but the pedometer is very innacurate;;Amazon Customer;;;I tried a very large heavy tracker and basically hated it--too hot, too clunky, had to wear it too tight for a reading. The Withings is incredibly tiny--screen is 11/2 "x1/2" or 5/8", band is flexible silicone/plastic with a secure buckle clasp. There are 30 exercises to choose from, it tracks heart rate, steps, miles, calories burned, and monitors sleep. I really like the sleep monitor function--lots of good info. I have swum with it--no problem. Waterproof to abt. 3 ft. Does not track specific swimming strokes, however. The free phone ap is where you see all the info; the watch screen has digital time, steps, heart rate, calories, & remaining battery charge. It was fairly easy to download the ap and to pair the phone & tracker--I did it on 1st attempt. Maker advertises 26 days battery life--I didn't believe it, but I've been wearing it constantly for nearly 3 weeks & I still have 20% battery left. I think I will get very close to the 26 days of charge. I think the battery lasts so long because the info is mostly on the phone ap. Phone ap is easy to use, & info can be edited, &you can add notes in several places. It will track calories consumed, but you have to enter the food you've eaten. I only have 4 negatives: text is VERY small due to small screen--hard for us older folk. But edit function in phone ap saves the day--you can fix any errors you made. The screen is not bright enough to read easily in strong sunlight--the "always bright" function doesn't seem to keep it from dimming in daylight. The alarm vibrates against your skin--if I'm doing anything at all I don't feel it. And the light-up with a wrist turn doesn't work too well--I just use the button. This doesn't bother me, however. For me the positives far outweigh these few issues. In a nutshell--lots of options & functionality in a small package, priced comparably with Fitbit, easy to use, comfortable to wear. Size is particularly suited to a woman, which the larger tracker I 1st tried was not.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Small, comfy, many features, LONG battery life;;songfarer

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Margheim - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019
Solid Fitness & Sleep Tracker
The Pulse HR is my first foray into fitness trackers. I bought this for two main purposes: sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. My phone already kept good track of steps (though this is obviously significantly better and more versatile), so I was really looking for better data on my sleep habits and general hearth health. After about 3 weeks, I have found the sleep tracking to be as accurate as I need it to be. By showing me timeframes for deep/shallow sleep periods, I'm able to extrapolate some common disturbances (the same obnoxiously loud motorcyclist drives by my apartment nearly every night at 1AM). Plus I have found the sleep scores match up well to how I would rate a given night of sleep. I spent one night on a futon in a room without A/C after being up late. I got about 4 hours of uncomfortable sleep and woke up feeling worse for wear. My sleep score for that night was a 36, which honestly when I saw it at 7AM felt a little generous. :) The heart rate monitoring is also as accurate as I need it to be. I have never had any HR monitoring before, so I'm still learning how to read the data and understand what it means. But the Health Mate app is great for me! It offers encouragement when I haven't been active enough in a day or over a span of days, and it congratulates me for patterns of healthy heart data (generally over the span of a week).

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019
Generally good but the pedometer is very innacurate
The unit is easy to read, seems to do a good job on sleep tracking and pulse tracking, and is easy to sync. Those are some of the good points. But the pedometer sucks, especially compared to earlier models from Withings. I have gone on three different outings over the past few days with multiple pedometers. Two were in urban-type settings, walking around a mall, and walking around stores in a tourist area. The third was a hike in a national monument area that involved a rough trail and a lot of up and down. This unit recorded only about 50%-60% of my steps. I know that because the distance it recorded didn't match the map distance, and the step count didn't match the other pedometers. I even tried counting 500 steps and it was short by over 150. One of the primary reasons I bought this was to replace my old Withings pulse (a model that has been discontinued) because I wanted to keep the app and have a good pedometer. It looks like I will need to buy some other pedometer if I want something accurate. What a disappointment. Update: After less than 3 weeks of wearing this, the anchor for the strap snapped off.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By songfarer - Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2019
Small, comfy, many features, LONG battery life
I tried a very large heavy tracker and basically hated it--too hot, too clunky, had to wear it too tight for a reading. The Withings is incredibly tiny--screen is 11/2 "x1/2" or 5/8", band is flexible silicone/plastic with a secure buckle clasp. There are 30 exercises to choose from, it tracks heart rate, steps, miles, calories burned, and monitors sleep. I really like the sleep monitor function--lots of good info. I have swum with it--no problem. Waterproof to abt. 3 ft. Does not track specific swimming strokes, however. The free phone ap is where you see all the info; the watch screen has digital time, steps, heart rate, calories, & remaining battery charge. It was fairly easy to download the ap and to pair the phone & tracker--I did it on 1st attempt. Maker advertises 26 days battery life--I didn't believe it, but I've been wearing it constantly for nearly 3 weeks & I still have 20% battery left. I think I will get very close to the 26 days of charge. I think the battery lasts so long because the info is mostly on the phone ap. Phone ap is easy to use, & info can be edited, &you can add notes in several places. It will track calories consumed, but you have to enter the food you've eaten. I only have 4 negatives: text is VERY small due to small screen--hard for us older folk. But edit function in phone ap saves the day--you can fix any errors you made. The screen is not bright enough to read easily in strong sunlight--the "always bright" function doesn't seem to keep it from dimming in daylight. The alarm vibrates against your skin--if I'm doing anything at all I don't feel it. And the light-up with a wrist turn doesn't work too well--I just use the button. This doesn't bother me, however. For me the positives far outweigh these few issues. In a nutshell--lots of options & functionality in a small package, priced comparably with Fitbit, easy to use, comfortable to wear. Size is particularly suited to a woman, which the larger tracker I 1st tried was not.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Margheim - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019
Solid Fitness & Sleep Tracker
The Pulse HR is my first foray into fitness trackers. I bought this for two main purposes: sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. My phone already kept good track of steps (though this is obviously significantly better and more versatile), so I was really looking for better data on my sleep habits and general hearth health. After about 3 weeks, I have found the sleep tracking to be as accurate as I need it to be. By showing me timeframes for deep/shallow sleep periods, I'm able to extrapolate some common disturbances (the same obnoxiously loud motorcyclist drives by my apartment nearly every night at 1AM). Plus I have found the sleep scores match up well to how I would rate a given night of sleep. I spent one night on a futon in a room without A/C after being up late. I got about 4 hours of uncomfortable sleep and woke up feeling worse for wear. My sleep score for that night was a 36, which honestly when I saw it at 7AM felt a little generous. :) The heart rate monitoring is also as accurate as I need it to be. I have never had any HR monitoring before, so I'm still learning how to read the data and understand what it means. But the Health Mate app is great for me! It offers encouragement when I haven't been active enough in a day or over a span of days, and it congratulates me for patterns of healthy heart data (generally over the span of a week).

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019
Generally good but the pedometer is very innacurate
The unit is easy to read, seems to do a good job on sleep tracking and pulse tracking, and is easy to sync. Those are some of the good points. But the pedometer sucks, especially compared to earlier models from Withings. I have gone on three different outings over the past few days with multiple pedometers. Two were in urban-type settings, walking around a mall, and walking around stores in a tourist area. The third was a hike in a national monument area that involved a rough trail and a lot of up and down. This unit recorded only about 50%-60% of my steps. I know that because the distance it recorded didn't match the map distance, and the step count didn't match the other pedometers. I even tried counting 500 steps and it was short by over 150. One of the primary reasons I bought this was to replace my old Withings pulse (a model that has been discontinued) because I wanted to keep the app and have a good pedometer. It looks like I will need to buy some other pedometer if I want something accurate. What a disappointment. Update: After less than 3 weeks of wearing this, the anchor for the strap snapped off.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By songfarer - Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2019
Small, comfy, many features, LONG battery life
I tried a very large heavy tracker and basically hated it--too hot, too clunky, had to wear it too tight for a reading. The Withings is incredibly tiny--screen is 11/2 "x1/2" or 5/8", band is flexible silicone/plastic with a secure buckle clasp. There are 30 exercises to choose from, it tracks heart rate, steps, miles, calories burned, and monitors sleep. I really like the sleep monitor function--lots of good info. I have swum with it--no problem. Waterproof to abt. 3 ft. Does not track specific swimming strokes, however. The free phone ap is where you see all the info; the watch screen has digital time, steps, heart rate, calories, & remaining battery charge. It was fairly easy to download the ap and to pair the phone & tracker--I did it on 1st attempt. Maker advertises 26 days battery life--I didn't believe it, but I've been wearing it constantly for nearly 3 weeks & I still have 20% battery left. I think I will get very close to the 26 days of charge. I think the battery lasts so long because the info is mostly on the phone ap. Phone ap is easy to use, & info can be edited, &you can add notes in several places. It will track calories consumed, but you have to enter the food you've eaten. I only have 4 negatives: text is VERY small due to small screen--hard for us older folk. But edit function in phone ap saves the day--you can fix any errors you made. The screen is not bright enough to read easily in strong sunlight--the "always bright" function doesn't seem to keep it from dimming in daylight. The alarm vibrates against your skin--if I'm doing anything at all I don't feel it. And the light-up with a wrist turn doesn't work too well--I just use the button. This doesn't bother me, however. For me the positives far outweigh these few issues. In a nutshell--lots of options & functionality in a small package, priced comparably with Fitbit, easy to use, comfortable to wear. Size is particularly suited to a woman, which the larger tracker I 1st tried was not.