Smart Weight Body Fat Digital Precision Scale Review

Smart Weight Body Fat Digital Precision Scale

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Product Name: Smart Weigh Body Fat Digital Precision Scale

Price: $37.93

Measurements: body fat, weight, muscle and bone mass, water

Maximum Weight: 440 lbs. weight capacity

Design: it is fitness inspired, to keep you motivated, featuring a tempered glass platform, accompanied by accents of stainless steel, which create a contemporary looking product.

Key Features

  • The scale is furnished with a user recognition feature, which enables the automatic identification of eight distinct users.
  • Uses BIA technology to measure key health metrics like body fat percentage.
  • The device functions with 2 CR2032 batteries which are included in the price of the product.
  • The scale is supplied with step-on technology – hence, you needn’t switch the scale on, or tap in advance.

Scale Accuracy: 4/5

The Good

  • Setup process is fast and intuitive.
  • One of the most visually appealing scales on the market.
  • LCD screen is easy to read.
  • Good value for the money.
  • Very consistent for weight measurements.
  • Eight different individuals may use the device.

The Bad

  • The manual is written in tiny print, and the information isn’t easy to discern.
  • Figuring out your body water percentage is difficult.
  • The scale doesn’t memorize your weight or other information. If you want to monitor these details, you have to write them down.
  • The product is suited only for individuals over ten years old.
  • Various users reported the scale has poor battery life.

Smart Weight Body Fat Digital Precision Scale
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The Verdict
Upon first glance, the scale is very well designed and looks more expensive than what you pay for it. The setup process is pretty easy, but it needs to be, because the instruction manual is printed in very small font which makes it difficult to follow. Changing from one measurement to another is as simple as pushing a button and there is no need to turn it on or off manually as it offers step-on technology and auto detection for 8 users (over age 10). A couple tips for getting the most accurate readings out of this scale: Step on it with bare, slightly damp feet. Remove all jewelry and anything else metal from your body (not intended for people with pacemakers). Keep the scale on a flat, hard surface and make sure your weight is evenly distributed to the center of the scale. Take measurements at the same time of the day and do not drink large amounts of water or other fluids immediately beforehand. Many users have reported that bone and muscle mass measurements are inaccurate, which is consistent with the results we recieved. Weight and body fat measurements, on the other hand, were mostly consistent over time. As with any scale of this nature, the results aren’t 100% accurate but can give you a good trend of where you’re heading over time. Unfortunately, this scale does not log your measurements via a bluetooth or Wifi connection, so it will be up to you to log this data manually.
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