The newest smartwatch from Withing fuses the model’s conventional minimalist design language with a contemporary new take impressed by dive watches with their chrome steel casings and massive tachymeters. Despite trying like a standard analog watch, ScanWatch Horizon features a medical-grade electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor, built-in Sp02 sensor, fitness tracking for over 30 actions and handles notification out of your paired smartphone.
ScanWatch Horizon is available in a single 43mm measurement with blue and inexperienced coloration choices for the casing and tachymeter. Both include chrome steel watch straps and additionally characteristic an extra silicone rubber strap if it extra fits your private fashion. The show is protected by sapphire glass and features analog dials with a small spherical PMOLED show on the prime which exhibits notifications and all health and fitness tracking data.
Despite the dive watch look, ScanWatch Horizon is barely rated at 10 ATM so you’ll be able to’t actually take it deep into the ocean like a conventional dive watch. Withings claims as much as 30 days on a single cost with 20 further days in energy reserve mode which nonetheless tells time and does your exercise tracking.
Withings ScanWatch Horizon in blue, inexperienced and with a silicone strap (pictures: Withings)
Withings ScanWatch Horizon retails for €499.95/£499.95 in Europe and every watch comes with a 5-year guarantee. It is already obtainable for buy in France, Germany and the UK. As for the US, Withings is hoping to convey its newest watch someday in This fall because it wants clearance from the FDA because of the watch’s ECG monitor.