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    Screen Size
    43 millimeters
    Touch Screen
    Operating System Compatibility
    Android, Apple iOS, iPhone, Apple iPadOS
    Operating System
    App Compatible
    Metrics Measured
    Blood oxygen, Electrocardiography (ECG), Duration of sleep stages, Duration of exercise
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Withings - Scanwatch Horizon - Hybrid Smartwatch with ECG, heart rate and oximeter - 43mm - Blue

Model:HWA09-model 7-All-Int
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars


    That is a very very nice smartwatch, And the quality is very good.

    Posted by Scanwatch

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Really cool & helpful hybrid smartwatch for health

    _____ *Pros: -Good-looking & classy design. -Weighs less than it looks. -The silicone bands are soft, light, and very comfortable, even when sleeping with the watch. -The crown rotates smoothly and is very responsive. -Super-long battery life. -The Health Mate companion app has great layout and easy to navigate. -Sleep cycle detection is highly accurate and informative. -The Withings weekly activity report emails are appreciated. _____ *Neutral: -The quick-snap movement of the wrist to turn on the display doesn’t always work. -Once in a while, the hands move by itself and show the incorrect time. _____ *Cons: -Cycling workout accuracy is bad. The Withings ScanWatch is my first hybrid and health-oriented smartwatch and it’s been a very enlightening and delightful experience. My three previous smartwatches (one from Fossil and two from Samsung) are all regular smartwatches and my transition to the ScanWatch, to my pleasant surprise, wasn’t as annoying or painful as expected. I did lose a lot of screen surface area and the ability to view photos and dictate short text messages, but I think the trade-off was totally worth it as the ScanWatch offers many health-oriented goodies and insights. My first reaction to the ScanWatch was how good-looking and solid it looked and felt. It looks like an upscale premium watch, and I love the colors and design. Both the build quality and fit-and-finish are impeccable. The crown rotates so smoothly and predictably and when you press on the crown, you get a satisfying tactile experience. I expected the watch to be heavier than my Samsung Galaxy smartwatch but it was surprisingly lighter and less bulky-feeling on my thin wrist. I normally can’t sleep with a watch on me but I slept just fine with the ScanWatch. There were two different bands inside the box, and I like the green silicone one way better because it’s lighter, gentler on my skin, and super comfortable for all-day wear, even during sleep. When I first connected the watch to the companion phone app – Health Mate – the watch was quickly detected, and a firmware update was initiated. The process was smooth and error-free. The layout of the app is clean, well-spaced out, and easy to navigate. The Dashboard section of the app contains all the information related to your well-being and activity levels, such as the number of workouts performed in a week, the number of steps taken, average heart rate, oxygen saturation level, ECG evaluation, breathing abnormalities (if detected), and sleep detection. The Dashboard is very comprehensive, useful, and provides a great progress report of how you’re faring health-wise. Another excellent feature of the ScanWatch is its uber-long battery life. I absolutely LOVE not having to charge my watch either once a day or every other day. It’s so liberating. As I’m writing this review, I have worn the watch every day since charging it to 100% last week and I’ve only lost 2% of the battery after 7 days. Not all was perfect with the ScanWatch, however. It didn’t happen frequently enough to be a game-changer but occasionally, the watch’s hands rotated by itself and showed the incorrect time. When that happened, I had to press on the crown to view the correct time in its digital format or take out my smartphone. Hopefully, Withings will release a firmware update that corrects this. A bigger issue for me was how inaccurate cycling detection was. The ScanWatch was very off when it came to detecting several cycling metrics, such as miles ridden, average and max speed, and elevation level. I compared the data from the watch to my trusted bike apps – Urban Bike and Ride with GPS – and the ScanWatch consistently under-reported my speed and mileage. I hope Withings corrects this issue as soon as possible. With all the said, I’m still very happy and content with my ScanWatch. It’s stylish, comfortable, has a super-long battery life, and most importantly, it helps me to keep track of my health in various ways that my previous regular smartwatches cannot. As long as Withings pumps out regular bug fixes and firmware updates, I can see myself using this watch for a long time and trying out product sequels in the future.

    Posted by optimummind

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Hybrid Luxury SMART Durable Dive Watch

    Withing’s ScanWatch Horizon is the hybrid smartwatch that combines analog (hour and minute hands) and digital display(sub-dial) with SMART functionality. It’s a durable luxury dive watch that is water resistance rated at 10 ATM /100m suitable for swimming or snorkeling and is dustproof. One of the best-selling factors is the battery life. Withing’s claims 30 days battery life and it may be true as during our testing for past 5 days, the battery was down only 15% from its full charge under normal usage with always display off under settings. It has a flat sapphire glass with 43mm 316L stainless steel case and has one of the best 5 years warranty in the market. It has got an optical heart rate monitor, measures and monitors blood oxygenation levels, temperature sensors, gyroscope and more. It lacks compass, GPS, Barometer or Cadence Sensor if used as fitness tracker. Pros: Excellent Battery Life between charges 5 Years Warranty Durability On-demand “medical grade” ECG and detect signs of atrial fibrillation Automatic activity detection Step tracking Sleep cycles and score Workout mode with over 30 sports Cons: Lack of inbuilt GPS, Compass, Barometer, Cadence Sensor Limited notification functionality for third party apps Week magnetic charger Lack of NFC No call answering / locating phone option Unboxing and Setup: Packaging and the included accessories are top notch for its price and features. It comes with all the accessories (small hammer, link removal tools) needed to adjust the metal link strap. USB Charger cable is included but no brick. Includes a Fluoroelastomer sport band (color varies depending on the dial) and swapping is easy due to the integrated spring bars. Comes with more than 70% of charge when unboxing. Suggest charging the watch fully before beginning the setup. Included manual doesn’t include the details on how or which app to download. Downloaded the app health mate from iOS and started the setup process by signing up a new account, verifying the account and setting up by following the onscreen instructions. Magnetic charger is not strong enough and falls off easily compared to other competitors on market. Also, aligning the charger to match the 2 charging points is little tedious. This watch is great for heart health monitoring to record an ECG. To measure, just press the digital crown and scroll down the features until you see ECG option. Press the digital crown once, then place you palm with fingers touching the bezel that acts as an electrode for measurement. It measures for 30seconds to display the results. For the first time, you would need to login to the app (health mate) on your mobile and enter the mobile number and full details for the heartbeat health (a virtual heart care practice of withing’s) to get it activated and the first reading will take few hours to get it. Once activated, you will receive a text message to view your results. After this initial setup, taking ECG is a breeze. Instant results and is the best way to detect AFib (atrial fibrillation). Very useful feature. It does have optical heart rate sensor and SpO2 tracking like apple watch. It uses a medical grade SpO2 sensor featuring wavelength technology for blood oxygen readings in 30 seconds. The respiratory scanner that comes with watch monitors oxygen saturation, heart rate, breathing frequency and movements at night during sleep. All the heart health date is stored in the app and can be easily shared with your PCP or family members via the health report feature. When it comes to tracking activity, this watch tracks all your steps, sports sessions. It does have an automatic activity detection where it will automatically recognize the activity like biking, hiking, or swimming (over 30 sports supported) and log those in app. It does not have an inbuilt GPS but does have connected GPS that uses your mobile phone GPS to map the elevation, distance, and sessions. It does track sleep cycles (light and deep), sleep duration, wake up details and any interruptions. Notifications are delivered and can be seen in the sub-dial and watch vibrates when a notification is received. It is difficult to quickly read the preview of scrolling message/mail in the small screen (1.7”). You can choose the notifications for the apps you want to get it but not all third-party apps are supported. By default, the notification is turned off and you need to open the health mate app and go to settings, to turn the notification on and select the apps you wish to get notified. Overall, this is a traditional looking luxury dive watch that is designed to track and improve overall health. If you are tired of smartwatches that requires every day charging and are looking for a watch that will withstand and deliver smart functionality with traditional looks and health trackers like ECG, SpO2, respiratory scanner, sleep tracker, 30 different sports and to track daily fitness levels then this watch will not disappoint you.

    Posted by TechGuru

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