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Withings introduces premium designs for Move smart analog watch

Withings has introduced new premium models of its Move hybrid. The collection is called Withings Move Timeless Chic.

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The watches in this collection come packing a stainless steel case, brushed dial, mineral glass, chrome indexes and metal hands. This brings a high-end classic designer look to the range.

Under the hood Move Timeless Chic watches are not different from their less expensive sibling Move. They come with an accelerometer and heart rate sensor and operate on a replaceable Coin cell battery that will keep them ticking along for an incredible 18 months.

Withings introduces premium designs for Move smart analog watch
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All the models feature 24/7 activity tracking, sleep analysis and workout modes. Water resistance is up to 50 meters and the watch has auto-recognition for swimming, walking and running. No built-in GPS but there is connected-GPS.

The large analog dial has hands for hours and minutes. The sub-dial displays progress toward daily activity goal in percentage. The stylish device has a 38mm frame and comes in at around 50 grams.

The original Move sells for $69.95 on the company’s website, but is not as premium looking due to its plastic case and silicone wristband. However, for an extra $10 you can customise the watch’s dial, case, tracker and band. Withings says that gives you a total of 5,800 possible variants.

Withings Move Timeless Chic sells for $99.95. This one comes in three premium designs including a Black or White face with a silver case and Blue face and Rose gold case that comes with a leather wristband.

All the designs are available now. You can check them out on Some can also be found on Amazon.

We are also keenly awaiting the Withings Move ECG, the world’s first analog watch capable of recording an electrocardiogram. When it launches it will retail for $129.95. You’ll be able to pick in up in a black or white watch face, with a variety of wristband colours and materials. The watch was set for a Q2 launch, but may be slightly delayed as Withings is going through the process of securing FDA approval.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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