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Withings reveals new hybrid ScanWatch with medical tracking, 30-day battery

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Scanwatch Image (Image credit: Withings)

What you need to know

  • Withings has released a new smartwatch.
  • The ScanWatch is an FDA-approved smartwatch with lots of medical features.
  • It also has 30-days of battery life.

Withings has today released its new ScanWatch, featuring FDA-approved health monitoring and 30-day battery life.

The new watch is the company's "most medical advanced wearable to date" featuring heart-rate monitoring, an ECG, SpO2 measurements for checking blood oxygen, as well as sleep and activity tracking.

In a press release the company stated:

ScanWatch has been FDA cleared to both record ECG and SpO2 measurements. Developed with cardiologists and sleep experts, ScanWatch has been validated in two clinical studies and is designed with a stainless-steel case and durable sapphire glass watch face that combines both analog hands as well as a large digital display. Priced at $279 (38mm) and $299 (42 mm), it comes in a choice of black or white faces and a host of medical monitoring and health tracking capacities.

The new smartwatch is available from Amazon, Withings, and Best Buy from today. It features a heart rate scanner, clinically validated SpO2 monitoring, activity tracking, training mode, fitness level assessment through VO2 Max, sleep monitoring, smartphone notifications, and a 30-day battery life.

Scanwatch

Scanwatch (Image credit: Withings)

Of course, the ScanWatch differs alot from the Apple Watch Series 7 because it doesn't have a full display, but rather a hybrid display with a physical clock face. With that being said a 30-day battery life and clinical health monitoring could be a big draw for some.

Stephen Warwick
Stephen Warwick

Stephen Warwick has written about Apple for five years at iMore and previously elsewhere. He covers all of iMore's latest breaking news regarding all of Apple's products and services, both hardware and software. Stephen has interviewed industry experts in a range of fields including finance, litigation, security, and more. He also specializes in curating and reviewing audio hardware and has experience beyond journalism in sound engineering, production, and design.

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