You can now customize your very own Withings Move

Styling out your Move is only available in Europe for now
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The Withings Move is a good looking hybrid, but one of the big initial selling points was having the ability to take control of what the Move looked like. It took a while, but now you can finally do it.

You'll be able to fully customize your Move, with Withings saying that there are 5,800 possible combinations. On Withings' website, you'll be able to choose the colors for the dial, case, tracker and band. The watch hands and the button are the only things that never change, remaining white and silver respectively.

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At CES 2019 we got a demo of how easy it is to build a watch from scratch. It took a Withings rep just a couple of minutes, snapping its pieces in place, which means Withings should be able to pump these more unique watches out. However, it's going to do all of this at the new factory it opened in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.

That French factory means all of these Moves are Made in France, and you'll only be able to buy them in Europe for now. Withings says it plans to open a similar factory in the US by the end of the year, which will likely bring the same support to the Americas.

You'll only be able to pick how the Move looks, as the Move ECG is still waiting FDA approval. This also doesn't cover the stainless steel edition, which is on the way later this year.

Other than the new colors, the customized Move is the same as the regular Move. You get fitness and sleep tracking, with water resistance up to 50 meters and battery life for up to 18 months.

The customized Move will cost you €79.95 (roughly ), which is slightly pricier than if you were to buy one of the default color choices. So you're paying a bit of a premium to have that Move looking different.

You can now customize your very own Withings Move

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