The reason the brand Nokia stands between the brackets is the fact that this French fitness company was purchased by the Finnish tech giant Nokia for around 170 million euros. Its characteristics are pretty expected and it can track your running, walking and even swimming because it's waterproof to 50m in depth. It will also keep track of your sleeping habits and the number of calories you burned during your workout. It uses the e-ink black and white display which ensures that battery can last several months on a single charge.
Pros / What Customers Like:
Swimmers will be able to benefit from this fitness tracker since it's water-resistant. Just don't go too deep!
The battery can last for a very long time and you won't have to worry whether you charged it or not.
It can be very simple to use since the screen is e-ink and it doesn't have too many options.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
The band itself is not very pretty on the eye and it doesn't look modern.
Some customers have reported that the band doesn't count steps properly.
Considering its high price and what you get for it, the Withings Go is pretty average when also compared to its competition. The best it offers is a good battery life and its compatibility with both iOS and Android platforms. However, the design could have been much better and there are no extra functions which usually come with fitness trackers like this one. It feels like the full capacity of the screen is not well-utilized and there is a lot of room for improvement. You can easily find cheaper fitness bands which offer similar functions and battery life.