Nokia Steel HR – Heart Rate & Activity Watch, 36mm, white

December 13, 2017 - Comment

Steel HR is the first activity tracker with heart rate monitoring to offer a long-lasting battery life of 25 days, all housed in a classic watch style perfect for transitioning from the gym to the office to a night out. Plus stay connected with Smartphone notifications that appear right on the watch screen. Product Features

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Steel HR is the first activity tracker with heart rate monitoring to offer a long-lasting battery life of 25 days, all housed in a classic watch style perfect for transitioning from the gym to the office to a night out. Plus stay connected with Smartphone notifications that appear right on the watch screen.

Product Features

  • Heart rate monitoring – Continuously track heart rate in workout mode to optimize training, and monitor daily and overnight heart rate to improve health over time
  • Activity tracking – Automatically track walk, run, swim, distance & calories burned and enjoy more than 10 activities that can be recognized
  • Smartphone alerts – Receive notifications for text messages, calls, and events on the watch screen
  • Sleep monitoring – Sleep cycle analysis (light and deep sleep) plus silent vibrating alarm with Smart Wake-Up which helps you wake up at the best point in your sleep cycle
  • Long-lasting battery – Up to 25 days battery life (charges in 2 hours), plus 20 more days on power reserve mode (time & activity tracking only)

Comments

Anonymous says:

It’s another hybrid watch that isn’t quite as good as an iWatch or a full smartwatch but it’s better than a regular watch. It can monitor your heart rate and with Bluetooth enabled it can tell you when you have messages on your phone. It just can’t read those messages so the benefit is somewhat limited. The actual watch part doesn’t have numbers or hashes which is OK because chances are you probably know how to tell time by now but if you want to know the specific time it’s not overly…

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Anonymous says:

I was very excited to finally get the Nokia Steel HR, after waiting for several months to order it. I assumed that when Nokia took it over from Withings, and took all that time before re-releasing it, that it would be that much better. Unfortunately, the watch hasn’t worked from the start. The setup process is fairly straightforward, but I was never able to scroll between screens the way it is supposed to – the watch just flashed a blank heart rate and the time and date, and the app keeps…

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I’ve had a Fitbit Charge 2 for almost two years now and wanted to switch over to a more aesthetic watch while trying to preserve my fitness features. I have owned the steel for 4 days. Ultimately, I had to forgo some key fitness attributes for a classic looking watch. I have not made a final decision if I like this watch yet and have to still test it running.- I am a small female and the 34mm watch is the perfect size. I did not want the bulky-ness of its competitors. I would have…

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