Withings Scanwatch – Smart Watch and Activity Tracker: Heart Monitor, Sleep Tracker, Smart Notifications, Step Counter, Waterproof


Brand: Withings
Material: Stainless Steel
Color: Rose Gold Blue
Compatible Devices: Smartphones
Screen Size: 38 Millimeters
Item Dimensions LxWxH: 9.45 x 1.51 x 0.52 inches
Item Weight: 58 Grams
Battery Life: 30 days
Sensor Type: Wearable
Battery Description: Alkaline
ELECTROCARDIOGRAM* — The watch and heart rate monitor watch detects atrial fibrillation or normal heart rhythm in just 30 seconds via ECG.
SLEEP TRACKING — Sleep tracker delivers a Score based on light and deep sleep cycles, sleep duration & wake-ups.
HEART RATE TRACKING — Track heart rate continuously during workouts to optimize training, and monitor daily and overnight heart rate to help improve health over time.
WRIST-BASED OXIMETRY — Provides on demand oxygen saturation level (SpO2) in just 30 seconds
WATERPROOF watch – waterproof watch for swimming. Water resistance up to 50m.
24/7 ACTIVITY TRACKING — Dedicated workout metrics, Fitness Level via VO₂max estimation, connected GPS, elevation and step tracker. Great as a running watch.
DURABLE DESIGN — Combined heart rate and SpO2 sensor, 3 electrodes, an altimeter, a sapphire glass and a PMOLED screen featuring a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 30 days.
“30 DAY RECHARGEABLE BATTERY LIFE – Up to 30 days with normal use. +20 additional days in power reserve mode (time and activity tracking only). Charging Cable incl.”
HIGHLY COMPATIBLE – Smart watch with text and call. Connects effortlessly with Android &Apple iOS smartphones via free Healthmate App.
CHANGEABLE WRISTBAND – Check out Withings Store for changeable smart watch bands. For men’s watches and women’s watches.

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Product Description

proactive health tracking
sleep analysis
health mate app

Additional information

Dimensions 1.51 × 0.52 cm



Stainless Steel


‎Rose Gold Blue

Compatible Devices


Screen Size

‎38 Millimeters

Item Weight

‎58 Grams

Battery Life

‎30 days

Sensor Type


Battery Description


Product Dimensions

‎9"L x 1.51"W x 0.52"H

Package Weight

‎0.21 Kilograms

Brand Name


Warranty Description

‎2 year manufacturer

Model Name

‎Withings ScanWatch

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Number of Items


Part Number


Model Year






Sport Type


Hand Orientation




Date First Available

June 8, 2021



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  1. 02

    by M. Henry

    This is such a beautiful watch, gorgeous! I’ve been a long time fitness device user from the original Jawbone days to Fitbit, Garmin, even tried Apple Watch for a while. The clinically validated advertising for this watch is attractive and frankly very legit. I appreciate that about Withings. They aren’t just giving us devices; they are using their work and products to change lives. I currently wear two fitness devices. I wear a Garmin watch and an Oura ring. However, neither device has EKG. And I’ve been training pretty hard to run in a race recently and was concerned with my HRV moving out of balance. I’ve had recent EKG and had one anomaly show up, but not of concern to my primary care or cardiologists. However, I love data and overthink everything and thought, maybe ScanWatch will help.I was excited to get ScanWatch, it is gorgeous, the best-looking fitness device I’ve seen (my regards to Fossil) and you can’t tell it’s a fitness watch except for the thickness. I had already loaded the app on my phone and was ready to go. Put it on, took my first EKG. I was frustrated and glad. Frustrated because there are national laws (state by state) that for some reason a clinical level EKG can’t be given to a citizen without a doctor’s ordering the test and giving the perscription for the device. Withings has amazingly solved this through a nationwide network of doctors that get your first EKG to review and will write the prescription. So, as of creating this review, I don’t have my EKG results yet, but I’m looking forward to them.Now, on to the other skills of ScanWatch. I’ve worn my Withings device to bed. Now, keep in mind, I’m also wearing an Oura ring and a Garmin watch. Crazy me I also have an Amazon Halo Rise. You see, I have very severe sleep apnea, so I’m really crazy about tracking my sleep.Usually Oura (especially with their new beta sleep tracking), Garmin and Halo Rise always agree on when I start and end my sleep. Halo Rise tends to be the worst. Oura always under measures my deep, but still not much different from Garmin. Using the ScanWatch, it was way, way off. Will say I went to bed an hour after all the other devices have and even though I’m up and walking around after I get up (don’t just lay in bed and read, for example), ScanWatch had me sleeping through 15+ minutes after I woke up. Oh, and one other thing I forgot. ScanWatch is supposed to track breathing disturbances. I set that up the first time I wore it and by default it says it will only do these quarter by quarter, yes, one time every three months. This is to save battery. No wonder the battery life by default is so good (and it is good). I turned mine on to track every night (Sleep Apnea and all) and I have yet to get a reading. It keeps saying sleep one more night. I can’t find any details on why it’s not tracking.Also, a minor annoyance, it takes the ScanWatch a long time to charge (like three hours). Both Oura and Garmin less than an hour (Garmin is the best, amazing, like 30 to 40 minutes for 14 to 16 days of juice).Oh, and when I first opened the box and set up ScanWatch, I had it laying beside me on the chair and unless we had minor earthquake tremors, hadn’t touched it. It was tracking my steps saying I had walked almost 100 steps just laying there.So, sadly, due to all of the above, I’m returning my ScanWatch. If you don’t have any fitness device, and you want a beautiful watch with minimal tech looking style, this is a beautiful watch. If you are looking for sleep accuracy, don’t get it.

  2. 02

    by Hau Yin Li

    Classic looks, unobtrusive techI’ve had a few wearables over the past few years, but always very conscious that they looked obviously like a piece of tech – ie a Fitbit or a Xiaomi Mi band where the entire face lights up.Main purpose of buying is 1) to hold myself accountable for fitness, 2) to have notifications discretely provided and 3) tracking sleep.Best part is that I often forget that it is a piece of tech that is supposed to provide notifications – I’ve set the long-press of the button to quickly activate Do-Not-Disturb mode, which does accidentally activate a few times it looks like which can be a negative for a lot of people. However, the UX is a bit confusing especially when you have to scroll to go to the ‘back’ option.The sleep-tech seems accurate based on my recollections of wakign up – but seem relatively binary between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ sleep. A bit more integration and smarts between heartbeat and sleep would be nice.I’m pleasantly surprised there is a vibration motor for this which I did not realise in my research – however there’s no ability to customise the haptics on how intense it is. Implementation is also a bit iffy – the two sequential buzzes for ‘goal reached’ for example come as two different notifications spaced around 20 seconds apart, which is enough for me to read the first notification, put my wrist down, then it buzzes again to make me raise it once again. I’m also concerned when it vibrates but isnt on my wrist, but on a hard surface – a short check whether the Scanwatch is actually being worn before vibrating would be useful and probably saves battery life.Battery life in the short term is fantastic – I’ve charged maybe five times in the past two months but definitely could have done less. If you turn on DND and turn off quick-look, I’m sure battery life could hit 3 weeks with ease. However, I’m not as happy with that the magnetic charger has a USB-A connection at the other end, which should definitely be USB-C.Seem’s relatively sturdy – I’ve hit this on surfaces a few times because its the first time wearing a watch for a very long time. Yet to see any scratches but it has only been a few months. However, noticed that the silicon watchstrap very quickly accumulates sweat and a noticable smell. Will likely swap this out for non-silicon at one point.Looks are fantastic, although in poorly lit environments, the silver markings on a white watchface can be hard to read. I’d expect different watchfaces might have different experiences, particularly silver on black. Surprised that there is not a watchface with black markings on white. Haptics on the knurled knob could also be slightly improved, but otherwise is easy to manipulate.Overall, very happy with this purchase.

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Withings Scanwatch - Smart Watch and Activity Tracker: Heart Monitor, Sleep Tracker, Smart Notifications, Step Counter, Waterproof