Withings Activité Pop REVIEW
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The Withings Activite Pop is a radiant watch combining time and activity tracking. It tracks your activity level and keeps you in the know with clear analog feedback. Activite Pop automatically syncs with your smartphone and offers up to 8 months autonomy.
The new face of activity tracking
A dazzling hybrid watch combining time and activity tracking.
The Withings Activité Pop is a radiant watch combining time and activity tracking. Activité Pop automatically syncs with your iOS or Android smartphone and offers up to 8 months autonomy on a standard cell battery, no charging needed!
Whatever Makes You Tick
Activity and Run Tracking
At any point in your day, glance at the dial tracker for an update on your status towards reaching your goal for the day. Activité Pop automatically detects and tracks whether you are walking or running.
Using Bluetooth, all your data, including steps taken, distance walked, distance run, and calories burned, will automatically upload to your Health Mate app on your smartphone.
Activité Pop is water resistant up to 5 ATM (50 meters – 150 feet).
Sleep Tracking with Silent Alarm
Withings Activité Pop automatically detects when you are asleep, keeping track of light and deep sleep cycles, the number of awakenings and the total duration of sleep.
Set an alarm in the app to start your day with a gentle wake-up vibration.
Saves You Time and Trouble
No More Charging
You don’t need any dedicated cable or dock, as Activité Pop works on a standard button cell providing up to 8-months of battery life.
Real-Time Coaching and Sharing
While the watch shows you how active you are in real-time, the Health Mate app suggests easy changes to get you to walk more.
The Health Mate app offers a fun program – with Activity Badges, a Leaderboard, Healthy Reminders and Activity Insights – that has proven its ability to get everybody going.
Adapts to Your Lifestyle
To always display the correct time, Activité Pop seamlessly syncs to the clock of your smartphone, even when you are traveling.
Customize your Activité Pop with our colorful accessories wristbands: Orange, Plum and Teal.
- iOS 7 or higher: iPhone (4s or more recent), iPod touch (5th generation or more recent) or iPad (2nd generation or more recent).
- Android 4.3 or more recent with Bluetooth Low Energy.
- Internet access required (mobile data or Wi-Fi).
- Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B0105Z8REU
- Item model number: HWA01_53-Parent
One of the Best Activity Trackers on the Market
168 people found this helpful.
I’ve owned a Activite Pop for about three weeks now and am very impressed. I owned a Misfit Shine, but the unit fell out of the band after about six weeks of wear. In addition to a better design and build, I like the following about my Pop: (1) unlike many other activity devices, this runs on a watch battery for about eight months and doesn’t need constant recharging; (2) it is no bulkier or obtrusive than any watch; (3) it is very easy to set up, connecting easily to my iPhone 5s (so, you don’t need the most recent iPhone); (4) the app is wonderful, tracking my steps, miles, calories, and sleep activity; (5) none of these activity monitors give precise measurements, but that isn’t the point, as the measurements I’m receiving are still very accurate; (6) it connects wonderfully with the Withings Smart Body Analyzer, tracking my weight, pulse, BMI, and the air quality of my home; and (7) it is water resistant so I never take it off (which is the point of an activity monitor). I’ve researched a lot of activity monitors on the market and, for someone like me who just wants to monitor basic fitness (and not precise measurements of pulse and blood presssure), it is hard for me to imagine a superior device for $150.
Tried ’em all, this is the only one I really like
207 people found this helpful.
I’ve had this now for about a month. Had the microsoft band and liked the features but hated the recharging. Researched and found that the wrist-mounted heart rate trackers are useless over about 140 so I went back to chest strap for HR and just wanted a step counter for my wrist that I didn’t have to recharge. The withings watch was the best thing I found and it’s done exactly what I hoped it would. The little percent-done tracking hand is an unobtrusive way to see how much I’ve done. I can see it at a glance without having to press a button and it’s not showing up in neon glow for everyone else to read. The sleep tracking is sort of useful as well – never could use my fitbits or the microsoft band reliably at night because they needed recharging. With this I can tell more about my patterns. For instance my deep sleep occurs right after I go to bed but not if I go to bed at 1am because my wife starts her restless period. Anyway, that’s nice to have.
Finally found the best fitness tracker
70 people found this helpful.
I have used 5 other types of trackers in the last two years (fitbit misfit garmin moov polar). Withings Activité Pop is by far the best. I finally found one that combines the things I love and eliminates the things I hate. I love the battery life and the fact that tracking is effortless. You don’t have to put it in a special mode to record exercise or sleep. It connects to the app quickly every time. It is water resistant so shower, sweat, or swimming is no problem. It is simple, efficient and looks good. I’m glad I tried one more tracker before giving up on them.
Get second batch
86 people found this helpful.
This is an awesome fitness tracker. I could not recommend enough. It looks spectacular in person, and this is from someone who likes watches. It reminds me of a Tissot or Skagen. Its awesome being able to glance down at my progress, and not have to push any buttons.
After trying about 10 other trackers (including apple watch), I think my search is over.
84 people found this helpful.
I had Withings for 2 weeks and I think that my search for fitness tracker/watch is finally over. I’m coming from background of using many many other smartwatches, fitness trackers. Here are few noticeable once I used: apple watch; basis peak; fitbit hr charge; microsoft health; misfit; jawbone up24. I usually tried and kept these for not more than 2 weeks (except misfit that I had for about a year). They all were returned for one reason or another (usually actually more than one reason).
The Perfect Amount of Smart
29 people found this helpful.
I really like this watch. I got this after using an LG G Watch R for several months. While the “super smart” watch like the LGWR as value it’s just ends up being kind of annoying after a while: