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Withings Move Activity Tracking Watch looks more like a traditional watch
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Withings Move Activity Tracking Watch looks more like a traditional watch

Stylishly track your activities with the Withings Move Activity Tracking Watch. Featuring a classic watch exterior, this device is simple yet functional. Free of screens, Withings Move uses its third hand to display your activity right on the dial. Likewise, the wearable effortlessly tracks running, walking, swimming, sleeping and more. It also comes with connected GPS so you can map your path. In addition, Withings Move syncs with the app, allowing you to see your trends and improve with time. Simply long-press the side button to launch a workout session, which activates connected GPS and a chronograph. Offering up to 18 months of continuous use on a single charge, the activity tracking watch takes battery-related worries away. Thanks to its highly customizable design, Withings Move is ideal for anyone who wants to give activity tracking a go.

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iOS, Android
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Up to 18 months
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