|商品尺寸||24 x 3.84 x 1.32 cm; 58 克|
|保修说明||2 years manufacturer|
Withings ScanWatch - 混合智能手表和活动追踪器，带连接 GPS、心率监测器、智能通知、防水和 30 天电池寿命、Android 和 iOS
Withings ScanWatch Hybrid Smartwatch mit EKG, Herzfrequenzsensor und Oximeter
- Erkennen Sie Vorhofflimmern oder normalen Herzrhythmus und überwachen Sie niedrige und hohe Herzfrequenz in nur 30 Sekunden per EKG
- Liefert auf Abruf einen Sauerstoffsättigungsgrad (SpO2) in medizinischer Qualität in nur 30 Sekunden
- Überprüfen Sie den Herzschlag und erhalten Sie Benachrichtigungen, wenn die Herzfrequenz atypisch ist (niedrig oder hoch) und wenn unregelmäßige Rhythmen festgestellt werden
- ELEKTROKARDIOGRAMM – Erkennen Sie Vorhofflimmern oder normalen Herzrhythmus und überwachen Sie niedrige und hohe Herzfrequenz in nur 30 Sekunden per EKG
- HANDGELENK-OXIMETRIE – Liefert auf Abruf einen Sauerstoffsättigungsgrad (SpO2) in medizinischer Qualität in nur 30 Sekunden
- HERZ-SCAN – Überprüfen Sie den Herzschlag und erhalten Sie Benachrichtigungen, wenn die Herzfrequenz atypisch ist (niedrig oder hoch) und wenn unregelmäßige Rhythmen festgestellt werden
- ÜBERWACHUNG DER HERZFREQUENZ – Verfolgen Sie die Herzfrequenz kontinuierlich während eines Workouts, um Ihr Training zu optimieren, und überwachen Sie die Herzfrequenz sowohl tagsüber als auch nachts, um Ihre Gesundheit im Laufe der Zeit zu verbessern
- ERKENNUNG VON ATMUNGSSTÖRUNGEN – Überwachen Sie nächtliche Atmungsstörungen um ein mögliches Risiko für Schlafapnoe zu erkennen
- SCHLAFTRACKING – Liefert einen Schlaf-Index basierend auf Ihren leichten und tiefen Schlafphasen, der Schlafdauer und den Wachphasen
- AKTIVITÄTSTRACKING RUND UM DIE UHR – Spezielle Trainingsmetriken, Fitnessniveau über VO2max-Schätzung, Connected GPS, Höhenmesser und wasserdicht bis 50 m
- LANGLEBIGES DESIGN – Kombinierter Herzfrequenz- und SpO2-Sensor, 3 Elektroden, ein Höhenmesser, Saphirglas und ein PMOLED-Bildschirm mit einem Akku, der bis zu 30 Tage hält
- AUTOMATISCHE DATEN-SYNCHRONISIERUNG – ScanWatch wird über Bluetooth nahtlos mit der kostenfreien Health Mate App synchronisiert. Funktioniert mit Apple Health, Google Fit, Strava und mehr als 100 weiteren Top-Apps für Gesundheit und Fitness
- AUSTAUSCHBARE ARMBÄNDER – Wenn Sie mehrere Armbänder haben, können Sie diese in Sekundenschnelle austauschen, um ScanWatch auf Ihre bevorzugte Weise zu tragen: Leder, Silikon oder Metall
ScanWatch 是第一款混合智能手表,具有 continu 活力参数,经过了顽固的检测和老年人健身。 ScanWatch 通过先进的 ECG 认证,带 SpO2 米的氧气和功率最大为 30 毫米的电池。
ScanWatch 是第一款连续扫描Vital参数的混合智能手表,以检测心脏疾病并改善整体健身。 ScanWatch 采用精密医疗中心的 EKG,SPO2 测量的氧化计,电池寿命长达 30 天。
ScanWatch,Calp hastalını algılamak ve genel fitnessleri iyile,tirmek için Sürekli aktif parametreleri tarayan ilk hibrit akıllı saattir. ScanWatch tıbbi olarak hassas bir EKG,SpO2 ölçümleri için bir oksimetre ve 30 güne kadar ola..,Sanüstü bir pil ömrüne sahiptir.
ScanWatch jsou první hybridní chytré hodinky, které neustálení parametry, aby rozpoznaly onemocnÃ¼rdce a zlepšily všeobecné condice。 ScanWatch mají léka..,Ssky p..,Sesné elektronické automobily,oxidmetr pro m..,Sení SpO2 a mimo..,Sádnou vÃdrž 30 dn。
ScanWatch to pierwszy hybrydowy 智能手表,który stale kanuje parametry witalne aby rozpoznać choroby serca i poprawić ogólnú kondycjackel。 ScanWatch jest wyposaethony w medycznie dok..,Sadny EKG,oksymetr do pomiarów SpO2 i niezwyk..,Sy czas pracy bmateriali do 30 dni.
ScanWatch 是第一款混合智能手表,可连续扫描活力参数,用于检测心脏分散和改善整体适应性。 ScanWatch 是一款医用的 ECG,针对 SpO2 测量的氧气计和电池寿命长达30天。
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1) I was after a constant-on display, at least to show time. My previous watches only displayed in response to certain arm movements, and often ignored my attempts to display time, without having to push a button, which required both arms. My last watch could be set for a constant-on display, but only at the cost of battery consumption and more frequent charging. This watch simply solves that problem. I am writing this after wearing and using the watch for about a month. It is only on it’s second charge cycle.
2) 24 days between charging, that is an excellent power management scheme built-in.
3) ECG and SP02 measurements in addition to heart rate, distance and steps.
4) Simple and easy-to-read display of your status, a single knob/button to access any feature the watch has. And the hands move out of the way if they are obscuring the screen, they are separately motored.
5) I’m after functionality, not flash, and this fits the bill perfectly.
6) Phone app seems pretty reliable and updates data the watch has collected.
7) Simply nice looking and comfortable on the wrist.
8) Easy to read single-hand lower dial shows your percentage of steps taken. Now this could be a second display, or repurposed possibly.
9) The watch collects sleep data, but it only is displayed on the phone app. The watch itself should include the previous nights sleep score.
10) No indication on the watch of the charge remaining in the battery. Most lithium batteries prefer to be recharged when the remaining charge drops to ~20%. This watch does inform you when the remaining charge drops below 10%, but that is going further than I would choose. The single-hand lower dial could be usefully re-purposed to display remaining charge which is an option I would use.
11) The display, albeit small, does not have a feature where you can have it black-out at night. My previous watch had an option to set a go-dark period (say 10pm to 6am). I have noticed this display illuminate while I am moving around in bed. It is distracting if I am dozing.
12) The Bluetooth does not seem to have the range my previous watches had. If I’m close to my phone any texts coming in will scroll across the screen of the watch. Many times, I just see a Text icon (…) but no text. And often it will not even notify me of a text, possibly because it is out of range. I do not lug my phone around with me in the house, which was not a problem before I got this watch.
13) The watch is heavier than my previous, probably similar in weight to my old iWatch.
14) The watch repeatedly tells me how far I cycled. I don’t cycle. I don't have a bike. You cannot turn off that ‘feature’, even though you can deselect cycling as part of your exercise regime.
15) To use the ECG and SP02 features you have to put your other hand over the watch top bezel, and hold it there for 30 seconds. The SP02 readings have been concerning. It has offered by 02 levels being at 89% or 93%, but when immediately re-taking them, it reports 98% or 99%, so I’m not sure I can trust it.
16) The sleep monitor function has accused me of getting up at 4am (not going to happen!) and consequently given me a very low sleep score.
17) On the App, it depicts your sleep state from going to bed to getting up in a bar graph form. The included key to the bar graph is wrong. It has reversed the bar colors for light sleep and deep sleep.
18) I can find no stand for the watch charger.
19) There seems to be no indication of when the watch is fully recharged, although it seems to take less than three hours.
Overall, this watch is pretty well thought out. Sure, I have some criticisms, but it is better than the iWatch I was using and I can always see the time single-handed.
UPDATE 6 months later. I still like this watch. It had endured some harsh use and looks like new. A couple of negatives:
1) The blood oxygen measurement is not reliable. I will try it, which takes 30 seconds of measurement. It comes back as ’measurement failed’. I immediately try it again. 93%. I immediately try it again. 98%. Blood oxygen levels don’t change that fast. Only the ability to read them can.
2) The pedometer counts steps, except it consistently undercounts by about 30%. I first noticed this when family and I walked the Las Vegas strip. My family had iwatches fitbits etc. Even though we had walked as a group my step count was 30-40% less than theirs. Theirs were consistent between different products. Mine was always low. I used a belt mounted pedometer and a second Watch product on my other arm for a day. I swapped which watch was on which arm for a second day. The Withings watch always counted ~30% lower. Not a big deal, but could be better.
3). The watch lasts days between charges, which is great. But it does not have any indication of the state of the battery until it is below 10%. You can drill down menus on the phone app to find it, but that is not convenient. On its own, that’s ok, except it has a second feature that trips on this. If I glance at my watch, I can see the time based on the hands of course. If I lift my wrist to see the time the digital display lights up as well, depicting the time and date. If I lift my wrist and press the crown I can select readings on the digital display, and cleverly, if either of the two hands are obscuring the display they motor over to 10 and 2 so they are no longer obstructing it. Nice feature. Except if you lift your wrist to see the time when the battery needs recharging, the hands motor to 10 and 2 so the display is unobstructed to inform you it needs recharging. So I glance at my watch, and can no longer deduce the time with the hands. Ok, you say, no big deal. But it has annoyed me more times than I would have anticipated.
3) if I get a text on my phone, one of three things happen. Nothing. A message (…) symbol appears on the display. And often, the actual message scrolls across the display. Which is great, except not so much. If you are using your hands when a message arrives, and can’t immediately read the message as it is scrolling through, there is no feature I have found that recalls it on the watch. So you miss the first part of the message , you have to go find your phone to see who sent you something, and what it was. I find this quite distracting.
It is still my favorite watch, but there is room for improvement. Lastly, I wish it would display my sleep score. Why I have to open the app on my phone to see that is beyond my understanding.
TLDR; It's beautiful, the O2 sensor and heart rate monitor seem pretty accurate, but the steps are off. Readability is much improved over the previous model, but still not that easy. The ECG function is pretty cool, but not something you use very often if you are healthy and of course, I have only their word that it really works. It doesn't really detect activity and since I usually forget to start it on a work out, all I get are increased steps. The crystal is very durable and scratch resistant. IP68 Waterproof!
My wife and I are "required" to wear a fitness tracker for insurance purposes, because it's a free country and all. Anyway, they did provide us with something they called a fitness tracker and I called future ocean pollution. All it did was track steps. Every other feature was merely derived from that. I put that on my wrist and walked 10 paces. It registered 11. I also put on my friend's uber-expensive Apple watch tracker thing and it registered 0 steps. I used an app on my phone which registered a massive 40 steps. I also put on a regular old pedometer and it registered 10 paces. So from this, I concluded that the pedometer was the best at tracking steps. I should note that 10 steps is not a very big sample and over time switching off various trackers and wearing them simultaneously I found that none of them are really that accurate, so you really need to adjust your thinking on this matter. Face it, they are measuring arm swings and vibrations to determine how many steps you've taken. Holding a Starbucks in your hand has GOT to affect that somehow.
Because I hated that stupid crappy freebie I was given, I bought the previous model of this Withings which I thought had a beautiful design. But it had some flaws. The tick marks for the numbers were so faint and the hands were so difficult to see, determining the time was nearly impossible. Pressing the button displays the time, but that was pretty much impossible to read outside. There were few features and the steps were about 30% high (going by the feeling I have after so many tests with steps over the years).
This new one has fixed many of those problems. It is a little larger, which is kind of a bummer for me, since I apparently tend to round corners too sharp and smack it on everything. That said, it is still much lower profile than most men's watches and I think the larger diameter makes it easier to read. On that note, they improved the visibility of the tick marks massively as well as the hands and so now you can actually read the time. Pressing the button displays the time in the tiny attractive circular window at the top, but it is still very difficult to read outdoors. The heart rate monitor and the O2 levels were very close to the medical finger tip reader we have at home. So kudos there. The steps however, report quite a bit low. For instance, I play disc golf twice a week and sometimes I'm out there for 4 hours. On a long day like that I know I should be in the neighborhood of 12,000 to 15,000 steps and the Withings will only report my goal of 7000 steps after I've arrived home sometime later in the day. No flippin way! For me this is not a problem, because I use these tools on a relative basis. Disc Golf is 6000. Today I got 3000 so I'm about 2 hours of golf. Not a bad day. But for the insurance company though, you probably want to get that app that over reports by a factor of 4, because the more the better, right?
The app is ok. It has some of the same annoyances that others do. Nothing is going to be perfect. Anyway, I could go on all day and still not cover everything, so bottom line; If you are willing to admit that NO fitness tracker is going to be too accurate, then I think this is the best because even if it weren't a fitness tracker at all, it's still a beautiful watch. More like a watch +. Think of it that way and it's totally worth it. I love mine but can't in good conscience give it the full 5 stars.
The silicone band created a red itchy rash the first week or two I was wearing it, but as I continued to clean and ensure it was fit well and dry, the itch and redness disappeared and is no longer a problem. Could also be that I hadn't worn a watch regularly in years, so my skin had to get used to it again.
The heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen, and ECG functionality is the best! The sleep tracking is also a fantastic feature that has helped me considerably as well. All of these metrics being measured is nice, but automatic tracking within the mobile app makes it super easy to see what's going on and watch for trends over time.
I also purchased Withings body composition scale and blood pressure sleeve. All three devices working in conjuction in the mobile app provide and incredible view of even minor progress towards my health goals, which is what I really needed to motivate me to stay on track. It's easy to get discouraged when you don't immediately see a change in the mirror or even on the scale, but by seeing improvements and changes to body composition, resting heart rates, steo counts, etc... it's a nice reminder that your efforts are paying off towards overall improvements to health!
Also I noticed some reviews complained that the hands on the watch face did not glow in the dark, but they actually do! Maybe that's an update since the original release, but I'm very pleased with this watch in all regards.