Formerly the Withings Go, the Nokia Go is a simple yet accurate pedometer. It’s also versatile, being able to be worn on the wrist or clipped on, and with waterproofing up to 50m, you can confidently wear it in almost any situation from the shower to the lake. Its price tag is also very reasonable for the features and performance, making the Nokia Go our choice for best value pedometer.
Pros: While the Fitbit Zip tracked steps most accurately in our testing, the Nokia Go tracked all metrics well, including steps, active minutes and especially distance, being only 0.04 miles off our actual distance. We found it to be more accurate when worn clipped to the waist than worn on the wrist. Protected up to 50m, this waterproof pedometer can handle a variety of activities and weather conditions, and using a watch battery means you’ll get months of use before having to replace the battery.
Cons: The Nokia Go doesn’t have a display, so you’ll need the app to check metrics. Testers found the app to be less intuitive than others tested, as well. The device only stores 10 days’ worth of data, so you’ll have to sync it once a week or so to store all your data.
Bottom Line: The Nokia Go is one of the most accurate pedometers we tested for both steps and distance, and fully waterproof makes it great for outdoor activities.
Best for: Tracking steps and distance, especially when water is a factor
Key Attribute: Design
- Track steps, running, calories burned & distance
- Analyze your swim workouts (water-resistant to 50m - 165ft)
- Monitor your nights & sleep cycles
- No charging. Up to 8 month battery life
- Easily readable E Ink™ screen
- On your wrist, clipped or simply in your pocket