Measurements: Weight, body fat, hydration, BMR, BMI, body age, bone mass and muscle mass.
Maximum Weight: 396.8 lbs. / 180 kg
Design: contemporary design, available in black and white.
- Large Display
- Bluetooth connectivity, accompanied by an app that enables real-time updates.
- The device features step-on technology – you step on the scale and your measurements are immediately calculated.
- The scale can accommodate up to 16 user profiles
Scale Accuracy: 4/5
- High quality, durable materials
- Good quality-price ratio
- Reliable customer service
- Wireless smartphone connectivity to track progress
- Connects with Apple Health
- Large display
- The app could be improved in some aspects
- The Bluetooth connectivity is finicky and doesn’t always connect to a smartphone or tablet in a time-effective manner
- No Wi-Fi connectivity, which is preferred by many over bluetooth
You needn’t tap the scale to use it like some others. You step on, and in a few seconds you’ll be provided with the measurements. Your measurements can then be synced to the smartphone app via bluetooth, although this is sometimes easier said than done. Some users report issues with the bluetooth connectivity.
Concurrently, the app could use some enhancements. There are numerous grammatical errors, making it painfully clear that this is a foreign product that was not properly translated to English. It also does not connect to any other fitness tracking apps like Fitbit or Apple Health.
One key concern among many buyers is security. Some more tech savvy users discovered that the app had access to a wide range of sensitive information on the phone, including call logs and photos. The concerns were heard and the app has since been updated.
In terms of accuracy, this scale is middle of the pack in our testing. Readings appear mostly accurate but can fluctuate from day to day. Weight readings are consistent, but most others contain a significant margin of error. Still, this is an attractive scale with a good feature set for this mid-range price.