An e-ink fitness tracker, but not such a great watch
is a super simple Basic fitness tracker.
It also has an E-Ink screen.
That's it's coolest feature.
It stays on all the time.
For $80, the Go has both a band and a belt clip, lasts eight months on a battery, and can be used while swimming.
But it doesn't do much.
Automatic steps, sleep tracking, and swim strokes.
It feels like a budget version of the fancier analog Withings Activite Pop.
An always on [UNKNOWN] screen is a great idea, but you have to press the go to see the clock.
More watch faces, please, or at least one that shows daily steps and time at once.
And a slightly lower price would be nice, and I'd be a lot more interested.
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