Last Updated on March 14, 2020 by Jude Simeone
The Withings Scanwatch is the latest additions to the rich lineup of Withings smartwatches. It doesn’t look like a successor to the Move ECG released last year, but it does certainly come with new activity tracking features such as sleep apnea and blood oxygen tracking which makes it one of the best and most advanced fitness tracker on the market. The Scanwatch just like the Steel HR comes in two sizes; 38mm and 42mm, these two are more durable with sapphire glass covering the display while the PMOLED display is now brighter and bigger. The Scanwatch is expected in the next few weeks and price starts at $275. Below is the full specifications and features of the Withings Scanwatch .
Withings Scanwatch Full Specifications
|Withings Scanwatch (42mm)|
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|Device name||Withings Scanwatch (42mm)|
|Predessesor||Withings Move ECG|
|Released date||April, 2020|
|Display type||Analog/PMOLED (moNochrome)|
|Display size||1.65 inch|
|Input type||Single button
|Dimension||42 x 42 x 13.7 mm|
|Casing material||Stainless steel|
|Bezel Material||Stainless steel|
|Screen protection||Sapphire glass|
|Water resistant/Protection||Yes, 5ATM|
|Memory card slot||No|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth v5.0 LE|
|GPS||No (connected GPS)|
|Heart rate monitoring||Yes|
|Menstrual cycle tracking||No|
|Under-water heart rate tracking||No|
|On-screen workout modes||No|
|Preloaded sport modes||Yes, 30|
|Heart rate monitor (HRM)||Yes|
|Operating system (OS)||_|
|Type of battery||Non-removable battery|
|Battery life||Mixed usage:25 days+|
|Charging type||Magnetic charging cable|
|Charging time||About 1-2 hrs|
|Battery saver mode||Yes|
|Companion app||Health Mate App|
|Customizable watch face||No|
|Interchangeable band||Yes, 20mm|
|Withings Scanwatch (42mm)|
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Withings Scanwatch Features
- Premium Design
- Water Resistance Rating
- Battery Life
- Activity/Fitness Tracking
The Scanwatch has got an outstanding design, the case is made of high-grade stainless steel material, while the straps are available in leather and silicone and in two sizes; 18 and 20mm for the 38mm and 42mm respectively.
The smaller display inside is now bigger and brighter powered by PMOLED which will allow you to read complications easily. There’s also the activity goal tracker that displays your progress for the day, while the remaining analog display shows the time.
The Scanwatch is compact at 38 and 42mm and quite slim at 13.2 and 13.7mm respectively. And at 58g and 83g, it’s comfortable to wear all day long.
No doubt, the aesthetics of the Scanwatch is very remarkable, a fine, classy and elegant design.
The Scanwatch is rated 5ATM which means water-resistant up to 50 meters, it’s safe to wear it to the pool or ocean. And it can auto-detect and track your swimming activities such as SWOLF, style detection, and strokes.
The Scanwatch comes with battery life improvement, it has been tested to last up to 30 days with normal usage which is more than the Steel HR which has about 25 days of battery life. So, you can go long from a single charge with the Scannwatch and still stay connected to all that matters to you while also keeping a tab on your fitness goals.
The Scanwatch is perhaps the most advanced fitness tracker on the market, this device is built in collaboration with cardiologists to be able to track a number of very important health complications that may go unnoticed such as sleep apnea, irregular heart rhythm also known as atrial fibrillation (AFib). It also tracks your complete sleep cycle and is able to show time spent in the deep, light and rem stages of your sleep. It tracks your heart rate tracking continuously, fitness level and outdoor activities via connected GPS to your phone.
Sleep apnea which can go unnoticed occurs as a result of insufficient flow of blood into the lungs that may lead to low blood oxygen. So also is AFib which occurs when the atrial beat out of coordination with the lower chamber of the heart (ventricles) and can go unnoticed except in some cases where symptoms such as heart palpitations, shortness of breath and fatigue may be observed.
The Scanwatch will track your complete sleep cycle and can analyze the three stages of your sleep and time spent in each, while with continuous heart rate tracking, you can your heart rate zones, monitor calories, and is able to alert you when the atypical heartbeat is observed.
With connected GPS, the Scanwatch access your phone GPS to show your route, pace, distance, and locations. There’s also an altimeter that is able to detect floors climbed and SpO2 sensor that monitors blood oxygen levels which is also used in sleep apnea detection.
The Scanwatch comes with 39 preloaded sport modes that allow you to lunch your preferred workout mode simply via the digital crown button. It automatically tracks your walk, runs, and swims.
The Health Mate App is your fitness companion with this watch just like older Withings smartwatches. The app is quite intuitive and houses a lot of information that can easily be understood. All track data are displayed in the app, and you can set and manage your fitness goals directly from the app.
The Scanwatch just like the Steel HR and Sport is able to keep you updated with all that matters to you. It’s able to alert you when there’s a new notification from apps in your phone such as calls, messages and event reminder. It’s even better now with a brighter and bigger PMOLED display that makes it a lot easier to read complications as they arrive.
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