Philips bills its wearable as a Health Watch, not a fitness tracker. However, this wrist-bound device shares many features with the Fitbits of the world: a heart rate monitor, step and calorie counter, and even a diet tracker. The biggest thing that separates it, though, is its $249 price. And you simply don’t get enough versus devices that cost $100 less.
The Philips’ watch is more in line with the Withings Activite Steel, in that it looks more like a watch than a fitness tracker. Its round face has a clock (you can switch between analog and digital) surrounded by a rather thick bezel, which doubles as a touch sensor.
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