Withings Activité Pop Activity and Sleep Tracking Watch
- Sleep monitoring: Sleep cycle analysis (light and deep sleep) silent alarm to start your day with a gentle wakeup vibration
- Funtowear materials: Activate pop’s design extends across the pvdcoated watch case and the smooth silicone watch strap
- Free health mate app for realtime coaching
- Battery life: No need to charge activate pop, the button cell battery offers up to 8 months autonomy
Withings Activité Pop Activity and Sleep Tracking Watch. Activity Tracking: Steps, distance, running and calories burned Sleep Monitoring: Sleep cycle analysis (light and deep sleep) Silent Alarm to start your day with a gentle wake-up vibration Fun-to-wear materials: Activite Pop’s design extends across the PVD-coated watch case and the smooth silicone watch strap Free Health Mate app for real-time coaching Battery Life: No need to charge Activite Pop, the button cell battery offers up to 8 months autonomy. Click here for more Withings products.
Top Customer Reviews
One of the Best Activity Trackers on the Market
January 18, 2015
Color: Shark Grey
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.