Best Workout Bands for the Withings Move in 2022

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Withings Move Hero (Image credit: Withings)

Withings has the unique (and frankly very cool) idea that your fitness tracker doesn't have to look like a fitness tracker. T Its classic watch line, including the Withings Move, presents the outward appearance of a classy traditional clock face. The result is an elegant, expensive-looking watch that also performs a fantastic array of fitness tracking features. To take advantage of these features, you'll probably want to purchase a sport or workout band for the most utility and comfort. These are the best options available for the Withings Move.

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If you have a Withings Move, you'll want to make the most of its fitness tracking features. For that, you'll need a quality workout band that will hold up under a variety of exercises. There are lots of options for silicone bands, the best of which is probably the Withings Silicone Wristband (opens in new tab), since it is the original after all.

If budget is a concern, go with a more affordable silicone band like this solid one from Bossblue (opens in new tab). For those that don't love silicone bands, there's also an attractive woven option (opens in new tab) that's produced by Withings, although it's not waterproof. No matter the type of workout you prefer, one of these sport bands will get the job done.

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