You can see your latest heart rate measurement directly from your ScanWatch. To do so, simply press the side button of the watch and rotate it to go through the different screens until the Heart rate screen is displayed. Note that going to the heart rate screen will trigger a new heart rate measurement.
If you want to see the full history of your heart rate measurement, you can log in to the Withings App.
If you wear your ScanWatch every day, you will receive an average heart rate item in your Home screen. This heart rate item shows your heart rate average and your different heart rate zones during the day.
If you notice that your heart rate graph line is dotted and not solid, please make sure that you wear your ScanWatch properly (the dotted lines on the chart indicate gaps in heart rate measurement). Click here for more information.
Note: If you launched the continuous heart rate mode, open the Withings App and tap directly on the activity for which you activated this mode to view your continuous heart rate graph.
What is the light blue zone around the blue line of my heart rate graph?
The light blue zone indicates the minimum and the maximum of your heart rate measured by the ScanWatch. You can see the exact figures and the details of the measurement by tapping directly on the heart rate graph (time of the measurement, average heart rate, minimum, and maximum heart rate).