TEST / Withings Pulse HR, Connected Activity Bracelet
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After leaving the Nokia fold, Withings is picking up steam and launching a new range of products. Always with one goal in mind, to offer connected functions in a chic, sober and discreet envelope. The Pulse HR, launched in late 2018, is a good example. With its Oled screen and heart rate monitor, this activity sensor is positioned at € 129, a price a little more accessible than that of Fitbit Charge 4 , but far from the new Chinese arrivals with the Huawei Band 3 Pro .
An ergonomic Health Mate app, but which provides few details
A poorly configurable sensor
Loose sometimes very sporty attributes of its competitors, the Pulse HR catches the eye with its elegance and impeccable workmanship. Unfortunately, that is about it. Its interface leaves much to be desired and its sports activity monitoring is limited to endurance sports. Fortunately, it can rely on its 7-day battery life to try to find its place in this ultra-competitive market. But not enough to make it a must.