Withings Go is a budget fitness tracker with an amazing battery life and simple display.
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Pro Very easy to read the display in all lighting conditions
The Withings Go fitness tracker uses an E ink screen, the same as what you would find on an e-reader. Rather than being lit like a usual digital screen, it is much more similar to ink on paper. This makes it very easy to read even in very bright conditions or when in the water.
Pro Water won't cause it any issues
The Withings Go is water-resistant up to 50m. Not only can it easily handle wet weather and sweat, but you can confidently wear it swimming or in the shower.
Pro The display is very simple to use
The display is wonderfully simple so there is 0 time spent on fiddling with settings and figuring out how the display works.
Pressing on the display will switch between the time, and your activity progress.
Pro Can go up to 8 months on a single battery
The Withings Go fitness tracker cannot be recharged, but can last up to 8 months on a single battery.
Con Very inaccurate sleep tracker
The Withings Go is not a good option for someone wanting accurate data on their sleep habits.
It often doesn't detect times you wake up at all, or sometimes registers them as "light sleep". Many users have reported the number of hours spent sleeping being consistently off by a couple hours or more.
Con Known to underestimate step count
A common complaint is that the Withings Go fitness tracker will underestimate the steps taken. This is the opposite of many trackers which are often known for overestimating the step count.