See What the Press Is Saying About the Award-Winning ScanWatch

Heart health
January 8, 2020

At CES 2020, we unveiled ScanWatch, our most advanced wearable yet. What is the press saying about our new award-winning watch?

We’re proud to announce that ScanWatch, the world’s first watch with ECG and sleep apnea detection, has been honored with CES Innovation Awards in three categories: Embedded Technologies, Wearable Technologies, Fitness & Sports. ScanWatch is our most advanced hybrid smartwatch yet—with groundbreaking features including a medical-grade electrocardiogram, heartbeat alerts, and sleep apnea detection, all nested in a totally re-engineered design to help you monitor your health accurately and efficiently.
You may have heard the buzz—but what is the press saying? Read on to find out. (And check back—we’ll keep updating!)
By the way, if you’re in Vegas now for CES, come by and say hello. We’d love to meet you, give you a demo, and hear your feedback.

Press reacts to Withings product announcements at CES

“Best Wearable/Health and Fitness Device: Withings continues to hit the sweet spot between attractive smartwatches and health-tech gadgets.”—PC Mag
“Best Wearable: The ScanWatch looks a lot like Withings’ previous hybrid wearables, but the additional trick of detecting heart arrhythmia and sleep apnea via SpO2 sensors and data crunching is well worth your attention.”—How-To Geek
“ScanWatch is a classy heart-monitoring wearable” —Engadget
“This watch could literally save lives.” —Tom’s Guide
“With its stylish, unobtrusive, suitable-for-all design, and its potentially life-changing new technology, the Withings ScanWatch is one of the most complete health-focused smartwatches you can buy.” —Digital Trends
“The ScanWatch is one of the most exciting wearables to come out of CES this year.” —Wareable
“Withings ScanWatch has the one feature everyone wishes the Apple Watch had.” —AndroidCentral
“Additionally, ScanWatch will also monitor for sleep apnea using a SpO2 sensor. Users will get daily reports with apneic episodes and oxygen saturation to help identify any potential issues. The ScanWatch does all of that and still provides battery life of an estimated 30-days — something that no other smartwatch can compete with today. “— ZDnet
“The newest Withings ScanWatch adds two very useful smart features indeed: the ability to detect the signs of both atrial fibrillation (via passive heart rate monitoring and ECG readings) and sleep apnea.”—TechRadar

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