Drove past solely with the iPhone 6 in his pocket, thinking that with this watch will be more reliable then you always have it on. Stir in me a lot of work and usually end around 8000 steps during a working day. With the new clock, I get constant 1500-4000 fewer steps than the iphone records per day. Then I after a week managed to get some hefty scratches in the glass does not bode well for how it will look like after a few months. Plastic glasses. If you go long walks seem to count about the same as the phone, but the small movements such as when walking around the home / grejjar in the garden, etc. recorded barely anything at all. So feel not reliable. The algorithm for how it records the steps need to be updated ... Sorry ...
The positive is the appearance, flexibility, battery life and never hassle of syncing. But the fall of the pedometer function that is also the watch only "smart" feature.
Have had my copy a little over a month, and are really pleased with the product.
Wrote about this: http://www.apetech.se/2015/05/28/withings-activite-pop-hur-den-fungerar-batteritid-samt-precision/
Withings has not only managed to do an activity meter with many applications without a real prick safe one. The best gauge you have is the one you use, and by embracing the classic clock appearance makes itself Activité Pop really good on the arm while it does not look like something from outer space.
Really nice to not have to bother to charge the device with 8 months of battery life. Resistant to water down to 50 meters so it is also possible to swim if you want it. The clock will also be able to measure swimming in an update that arrived recently.
The app is really peppery spirit for those who have trouble getting input with the training! Big plus.