Nokia Steel HR

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  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR
  • Nokia Steel HR

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Expert Reviews

A classy, minimalist smartwatch

from Expert Reviews

The Nokia Steel HR is the most convincing case I’ve seen yet for a hybrid smartwatch. It looks fantastic, feels comfortable on the wrist and charging once per month is infrequent enough for me to be happy with.

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The Nokia Steel HR is the most convincing case I’ve seen yet for a hybrid smartwatch. It looks fantastic, feels comfortable on the wrist and charging once per month is infrequent enough for me to be happy with.

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Hothardware

Hybrid smartwatch with classic timepiece flair

from Hothardware

The Nokia Steel HR offers many features that would be attractive to business professionals as well. The elegant design is suitable for office environments, the battery life will last through many work days and work-out sessions, and the notification vibration will not disturb the neighboring cubicles with more traditional chirps.

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The Nokia Steel HR offers many features that would be attractive to business professionals as well. The elegant design is suitable for office environments, the battery life will last through many work days and work-out sessions, and the notification vibration will not disturb the neighboring cubicles with more traditional chirps.

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Mirror

The 'go-everywhere activity tracking watch' put through its paces

from Mirror

There are two things stopping me from buying it though. Firstly, the activity monitoring needs to get sharper. With an activity tracker, you need to - well- track activities. It had intermittent success in that in the month I wore it. Secondly, the need to wear it close to your skin to accurate...More

There are two things stopping me from buying it though. Firstly, the activity monitoring needs to get sharper. With an activity tracker, you need to - well- track activities. It had intermittent success in that in the month I wore it. Secondly, the need to wear it close to your skin to accurately track heart rate created problems for my skin.

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Macworld

A hybrid watch with a new name but old issues

from Macworld

Nokia's revamp of the Withings Steel HR go beyond merely the cosmetic, but the lack of updates to its tracking algorithms make for a device that will appeal more to watch fans than data lovers. Given its good looks and otherwise smart design choices, it's a pity that Nokia can't put up a real fig...More

Nokia's revamp of the Withings Steel HR go beyond merely the cosmetic, but the lack of updates to its tracking algorithms make for a device that will appeal more to watch fans than data lovers. Given its good looks and otherwise smart design choices, it's a pity that Nokia can't put up a real fight when pitted against dedicated fitness trackers such as the Fitbit Charge 2 or Fitbit Versa.

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PhoneArena

Elegant, versatile design with tasteful customization options

from PhoneArena

Does its job well and is competitively priced as far as hybrids go, selling for between $180 and $220. But it does little to move the hybrid watch field forward, and if you require extras like GPS tracking or contactless payments, then you'd probably be better off with a full-blown smartwatch.

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Does its job well and is competitively priced as far as hybrids go, selling for between $180 and $220. But it does little to move the hybrid watch field forward, and if you require extras like GPS tracking or contactless payments, then you'd probably be better off with a full-blown smartwatch.

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Gear Patrol

The best hybrid smartwatch I’ve ever worn

from Gear Patrol

While it still may be inherently compromised when compared to full-on smartwatches, as far as hybrids go, this feels like the most realized example yet. No, it may not work for hardcore fitness buffs or, conversely, techies looking for the latest and greatest in features. But for a writer who cou...More

While it still may be inherently compromised when compared to full-on smartwatches, as far as hybrids go, this feels like the most realized example yet. No, it may not work for hardcore fitness buffs or, conversely, techies looking for the latest and greatest in features. But for a writer who could stand to get out a little more? It proved to be almost perfect.

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TechRadar

A hybrid watch with heart

from TechRadar

The Nokia Steel HR may be on the expensive side of fitness tracking, but it has a gorgeous design and could be a great choice if you don't want a normal fitness tracker.

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The Nokia Steel HR may be on the expensive side of fitness tracking, but it has a gorgeous design and could be a great choice if you don't want a normal fitness tracker.

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Android Headlines

The traditional watch meets fitness tracker

from Android Headlines

Many may say that the Nokia Steel HR is a smartwatch, I wouldn’t agree with that. It doesn’t have any apps (other than the Nokia Healthmate app), really the only thing “smart” it does is tracking your activity. Otherwise, it’s what many would call a “dumb” watch, and that’s perfectly fine.

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Many may say that the Nokia Steel HR is a smartwatch, I wouldn’t agree with that. It doesn’t have any apps (other than the Nokia Healthmate app), really the only thing “smart” it does is tracking your activity. Otherwise, it’s what many would call a “dumb” watch, and that’s perfectly fine.

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Wareable

There might be a new name on the face, but this is still a hybrid smartwatch great

from Wareable

The Nokia Steel HR is the Withings Steel HR aside from some very minor differences, and quite frankly we don't have a problem with that. This is still one of the best hybrid watches out there and while we favour the discreet secondary screen on the Garmin Vivomove HR, the Steel HR still shows tha...More

The Nokia Steel HR is the Withings Steel HR aside from some very minor differences, and quite frankly we don't have a problem with that. This is still one of the best hybrid watches out there and while we favour the discreet secondary screen on the Garmin Vivomove HR, the Steel HR still shows that analogue-style watches can get smarter while retaining those charming good looks.

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Recombu

A smartwatch with sheer class

from Recombu

The Nokia Steel HR really is good value for money. That cash nets you a great-looking device that can track all of your usual fitness stats, with seriously long battery life to boot. The only drawback is the dinky digital display, although it’s still perfectly fit for purpose.

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The Nokia Steel HR really is good value for money. That cash nets you a great-looking device that can track all of your usual fitness stats, with seriously long battery life to boot. The only drawback is the dinky digital display, although it’s still perfectly fit for purpose.

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