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Sleep score on multiple devices

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    Soha

    Hello,

    While we await the highly anticipated enhancements to our sleep tracking system which was the winner of our poll; we are happy to share a quick piece about how the watch tracks sleep stages. 

    The sleep stages (e.g. light and deep) are measured based on wrist movement.

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    Tala

    I only have the Move watch but it makes me wonder as well if the sleep score will match the sleep score from the Sleep sensor. I actually looked for the closest answer. I found out that the way the watch is tracking the sleep is different compared to the Sleep. The watch is using an accelerometer while the Sleep is using various sensors (multiple sensors) to track sleep. For me, it would be acceptable to have a minor difference in sleep score. If you need further information about it, I think it would be ideal to contact Withings on this link: https://support.withings.com/hc/en-us/requests/new.

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