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  • Greater Goods is discontinuing our top pick, the Wi-Fi Smart Scale, and replacing it with a new version, which we will test as soon as it’s available.

  • Greater Goods is discontinuing our top pick, the Wi-Fi Smart Scale, and replacing it with a new version, which we will test as soon as it’s available.

    According to a company spokesperson, the new version of our top-pick scale should be available in summer 2021. It will have an improved Wi-Fi chip, and Greater Goods plans to make connection-related improvements to the accompanying app (connectivity issues are the number-one complaint customers have had with this scale). Greater Goods says it will support the existing scale and app indefinitely, and the work-around for current scale owners who experience connectivity issues will always be freely available. Because this scale has bested the competition for two years running, we continue to recommend it.

    We tested three additional smart scales—the Amazfit Smart Scale, the FitTrack Dara, and the Tanita RD-901 InnerScan Pro—and found that none could compete with our picks. We’ve also added information on privacy and security for our picks. We are continuing to test the Etekcity ESF00+, the Garmin Index S2, and the Wyze Scale.

March 31, 2021

Compared with our regular bathroom scale picks, smart scales are more finicky and less reliable. However, if you want a smart scale—one that connects to your phone and automatically tracks weight measurements and other biometric data—we recommend the Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale. After more than 1,000 total weigh-ins on 18 different smart scales, we’ve found that it provides the most consistently accurate readings (though it is generally less accurate and consistent than our regular bathroom scale picks), and its app is one of the few that actually recorded our weight each and every time we used the scale.

Note: Greater Goods is discontinuing the Wi-Fi Smart Scale and will be replacing it with an updated version in summer 2021, a company spokesperson told us. According to Greater Goods, the new version of our top-pick scale will have an improved Wi-Fi chip, and Greater Goods will make connection-related improvements to the accompanying app (connectivity issues are the number-one complaint customers have had with this scale). The company says that it will support the existing scale and app indefinitely, and that the work-around for current scale owners who experience connectivity issues will always be freely available. Because this scale has bested the competition for two years running, we continue to recommend it.

The Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale was more consistent than any other scale we tested, both in accurately registering weight changes and in sending data to its associated app. Because it uses a Wi-Fi connection instead of Bluetooth, you don’t need to have your phone within arm’s reach for the scale to send data to its Weight Gurus app. Compared with other top-rated Wi-Fi scales we considered, this Greater Goods model typically costs about half as much.

If the Greater Goods scale is unavailable, we recommend the Eufy Smart Scale P1. It was the second most reliable scale out of all we tested and has a user-friendly app. Unlike the Greater Goods scale, which uses Wi-Fi, the Eufy uses Bluetooth, which requires that you have your phone nearby to send data to the EufyLife app. One particular thing we like: In contrast to the Greater Goods scale, this model doesn’t beep when you use it.

Why you should trust us

To find the best smart scale, we interviewed health, fitness, and cybersecurity experts, including Svetlana Chentsova, a bariatric nurse practitioner in Boston; Deirdre Mulligan, a professor of law at the University of California Berkeley’s School of Information; Kathryn Ross, an assistant professor of clinical and health psychology at the University of Florida; and Dori Steinberg, an associate professor at Duke University’s School of Nursing. We also consulted research from writers Shannon Palus and Melanie Pinola, who wrote previous versions of this guide.

Wirecutter senior staff writer Rachel Cericola has written about consumer electronics for more than 15 years and has tested a slew of smart-home devices for Wirecutter and other publications, from remotes and security cameras to AV receivers and smart lighting fixtures.

Nancy Redd, Wirecutter’s senior staff writer for health and personal care, has tested dozens of scales, smart and regular, for this guide as well as for Wirecutter’s guide to regular bathroom scales.

Who this is for

Your weight fluctuates daily (and sometimes more frequently), so if you’re monitoring it for any reason, it’s best to track trends. Smart scales and their apps simplify the task of monitoring changes in your weight over time. By automatically tracking readings and collating up to a decade’s worth of data (often visually, in the form of graphs or charts), app-paired scales allow you to spot trends, which experts say are valuable to anyone looking to track weight loss, gains, and maintenance. (If you’re not interested in automated weight tracking, we have a review of the best regular bathroom scales, too.)

Consistent daily or weekly weigh-ins help you to best visualize trends such as your weight generally increasing, decreasing, or staying the same over time. Frequent weighing and tracking can be helpful for monitoring your weight but can in other cases be detrimental; for example, several experts we spoke with said they would not recommend daily weigh-ins for anyone who has an eating disorder.

Smart-scale makers typically do not recommend that people who are pregnant or use a pacemaker or defibrillator use their products. That’s because many smart scales use bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA), which sends a small current through your bare feet (which you can’t feel) to try to measure metrics such as body fat, muscle mass, water weight, and more.1 You can opt to wear socks, but some smart scales, including one that we tested, offer a “pregnancy” mode, which renders the BIA inoperative.

Speak with your doctor if you have questions or concerns about your weight or about using a smart scale.

How we picked and tested

A pile of smart scales we tested.

After reading both editorial reviews and customer reviews on Amazon and other retailer sites, we chose to test 18 top-rated, best-selling smart scales, including two models we recommended in a previous version of this guide.

At the same time every morning, Rachel Cericola, a co-author of this guide, weighed herself six times on each scale in bare feet. (The sensors and BIA work only with dry, bare feet.) Rachel did an initial weigh-in and then an immediate follow-up to see if the measurement changed. Then, Rachel held on to one of four objects for each subsequent weighing: an 8-ounce book, an 11-ounce book, a 2-pound hand weight, and a 9.7-pound weight plate. (Rachel had previously verified the weights of each of these items at her local post office, where the scale is regularly calibrated.)

Rachel manually recorded each reading and compared those weights against what appeared on the scales’ apps on an iPhone 7 and a Nokia 3.1 placed no more than 5 feet away at each weigh-in.

When evaluating each scale, we considered the following:

  • Consistency: Like any bathroom scale, a smart scale should provide a weight measurement you can trust. All of the experts we spoke with agreed that most home scales don’t give you as accurate a measurement as you can find at a doctor’s office. Consistency is more important than accuracy, though, so we looked at measurements we took day to day as well as how well each scale handled our added weights.
  • Technology: We also noted each time an app failed to register a weight on its associated scale. We found Wi-Fi models easier to use, since Bluetooth has a limited range and requires your smartphone to be nearby. However, Wi-Fi models are more expensive; you can expect to pay $30 to $50 for a Bluetooth scale and more for Wi-Fi–enabled models.
  • App experience: We looked at both iOS and Android apps and how well they tracked what we were seeing on the scale, and we evaluated how easy they were to use.
  • App compatibility: Every scale we tested is compatible with Apple Health, Google Fit, and the Fitbit app. We also looked to see whether each model worked with other third-party apps. We considered IFTTT (If This Then That) support to be a bonus, since it allows you to create customized automations such as sending emails, creating spreadsheets, and syncing calendars.
  • Data privacy: We read through the privacy policies and terms of use for each app and followed up with the makers of our picks, questioning how they collect, store, and share customer data. We also looked at how scales manage privacy within the app, since all smart scales allow for multiple users.
  • Utility as a basic bathroom scale: We prioritized models that provide easy-to-read measurements on a digital display so that you don’t necessarily have to pair them to an app to check your weight. We also evaluated the scales’ footprint and overall aesthetics.
  • Metrics other than weight: Many smart scales purport to measure more than weight. Some assess body fat, body-mass index (BMI), water, muscle mass, and more. According to experts we spoke with, home scales are rarely accurate on all these additional measurements. So in our testing, we evaluated only the most important one: weight.

Our pick: Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale

A person in socks stands on the Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale, our best smart scale pick.


Note: Greater Goods is discontinuing the Wi-Fi Smart Scale and will be replacing it with an updated version in summer 2021, a company spokesperson told us. According to Greater Goods, the new version of our top-pick scale will have an improved Wi-Fi chip, and Greater Goods will make connection-related improvements to the accompanying app (connectivity issues are the number-one complaint customers have had with this scale). The company says that it will support the existing scale and app indefinitely, and that the work-around for current scale owners who experience connectivity issues will always be freely available. Because this scale has bested the competition for two years running, we continue to recommend it.

We found the Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale to be the most consistent smart scale we tested, both in displaying reliable weight measurements and in delivering them to the associated iOS and Android apps. It syncs via Wi-Fi, so you don’t need to have your phone near the scale in order to record your weight. Wi-Fi scales are generally more expensive than Bluetooth models, but this one typically costs around half the price of other Wi-Fi models we considered and is comparably priced to top-rated Bluetooth scales.

Across 80 total weigh-ins on this scale, we found only three instances in which readings were off, and only by a maximum of 0.3 pound—a significantly smaller margin of error than on any of the other scales we tested.

Greater Goods’s Weight Gurus iOS and Android apps can store the history of an unlimited number of weights and other data behind a menu off the homepage. Although we’d prefer to see access to historical data on the app’s homepage, the homepage does provide easy-to-read info on weight, body fat, muscle mass, water, and BMI. Unlike some other scales, which display all measurements on the same app, Weight Gurus displays information for up to eight unique users across eight separate app accounts, so individual users can’t view one another’s information.

Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale iOS app screenshots.

Like all of the other smart scales we tested, this model works with Apple Health, Google Fit, and the Fitbit app, plus it supports MyFitnessPal and Under Armour. Greater Goods’s Weight Gurus was the only scale-associated app we tested that natively offers push notifications (which you can disable), emailed spreadsheets, and the option to go “weightless” (so you see only the change in your weight from the previous recording, not the actual number).

Greater Goods meets our security standards and answered our privacy questionnaire thoroughly. The app requires a significant amount of information at signup and collects a lot of data through your use of it with the scale. But the company’s privacy and security policies appear designed to keep personal information private. Because this scale connects to Wi-Fi, it’s worthwhile to ensure that your home network is secure (and has a strong signal wherever you plan to put your scale). Greater Goods told us that a customer’s network ID and password are only stored in the app, never transmitted to its servers. The company also told us that an update is in the works to modernize both the Android and iPhone apps.

Available only in white, the Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale measures 12.6 by 12.6 by 0.9 inches and displays all metrics on a large, circular backlit display. If you want to measure only your weight, wear socks when you stand on this scale.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

This scale acknowledges weigh-ins with two beeps, one when you step on it and another when it has registered your weight. Unfortunately, it offers no option to turn these sounds down or off, so if you prefer to weigh in secret or if you live with a light sleeper, this scale might not suit your needs.

We have had a few readers report compatibility issues with certain routers, including those from Xfinity. That’s because of an issue that crops up during the address-allocation process between an affected router and the scale’s Wi-Fi module, a Greater Goods spokesperson told us. The company will supply affected customers with a free travel router, which acts as a bridge, allowing them to connect the scale without having to make other network modifications. Contact customer service to request this item.

As another reader pointed out, the scale does not work with routers that use the same SSID for 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi bands. Greater Goods confirmed that this can be a problem with routers that use certain types of band steering, a feature that connects devices to the less crowded, faster 5 GHz network. No smart scales currently support 5 GHz networks, and we can’t confirm this is an issue with other Wi-Fi–capable scales. Greater Goods suggests renaming one of the bands, which may be a dealbreaker for some people. In that case, we recommend going with our runner-up pick.

Runner-up: Eufy Smart Scale P1

Eufy Smart Scale P1 smart scale in black.

If the Greater Goods smart scale is unavailable or you prefer a silent weigh-in, we recommend the Eufy Smart Scale P1. It uses Bluetooth, which means you must have your phone nearby to sync properly, but in our 2019 testing, the P1 was the second most consistent model in weight measurements and recordings.

During our testing, the P1 on one occasion didn’t notice the extra weight when the tester picked up an object, and on two separate occasions it provided measurements that were more than half a pound off. One of our 42 total test weigh-ins on this model never synced to the Eufy app. We also found that this smart scale, like many regular bathroom scales, sometimes recalled a previous weight instead of weighing fresh each time. When we contacted Eufy, the company wrote in reply that its scale utilizes “recalls of measurements within 300g (approximately 0.66lbs) … to prevent the user from taking two consecutive measurements and having inconsistent weighing data due to standing position or other reasons.” If you’re concerned about small daily ups and downs instead of just long-term graphing, the P1 may not be the scale for you.

The EufyLife app is a bit more user-friendly than Greater Goods’s Weight Gurus. The homepage displays recent weight, BMI, and body fat percentage (though experts we interviewed suggest taking those last two measurements with a grain of salt). The recent values for 11 other metrics, the same data displayed in line and bar graphs, and additional historical data are all just one tap away. Each P1 scale can track data for up to 16 users per account/device (double the capability of our main pick). If you have more people who want to use the app, or if you’d like to keep other people from seeing your stats, you can create a separate account on another device. It also supports integration with Apple Health, Google Fit, and the Fitbit app.

Eufy seems to do a good job protecting your data, and since the scale supports only Bluetooth, there’s a little less to worry about here than with the Greater Goods scale’s Wi-Fi connection (the Eufy scale merely transfers data to your phone when your phone is nearby).

EufyLife iOS app screenshots.

Unlike the Greater Goods scale, the Eufy P1 can display only weight on the actual scale, reserving the other specs for the companion app. Measuring 11 by 11 by 0.9 inches, it’s more compact than our top pick. It comes in both black and white.

What about privacy and security?

Smart scales collect more than a dozen different body measurements and a tremendous amount of personal data with every weigh-in, including BMI and body fat percentage, stats that most people don’t want shared without their consent. As we explain in our fitness trackers guide, such information does not fall under HIPAA confidentiality protections (as the health data from doctor visits does). Historically, companies negligent in handling such customer data typically have not incurred regulatory or financial penalties. Keep in mind that if you choose to connect the data collected from your scale with third parties, such as Apple Health or Fitbit, you must also rely on those companies to keep your data secure.

Both Greater Goods and Eufy answered a security questionnaire for us, and going by the responses, we can say that both companies appear to treat the data they collect in a way that meets our minimum standards for security. This includes encrypting data in transit and routinely updating their apps. Eufy told us it removes sensitive personal information from data in storage but doesn’t encrypt the data. Greater Goods encrypts data in both states and monitors employee access to data. Eufy didn’t detail any similar internal precautions. But we’re disappointed to see that neither company participates in a bug bounty program, which can help surface unknown vulnerabilities in connected products after they’re released.

Following are the questions we asked the two companies and what they told us, as well as our assessment of their privacy policies:

Privacy policies

What data does the scale and/or app collect?

Greater Goods
Personal
Name, email address, biological sex, age, activity level, height, zip codeBiometric measurements
Weight, body mass index, body fat, muscle mass, water weight
Eufy
Personal
Location (general), email address, biological sex, age, heightBiometric measurements
Weight, body mass index, body fat, muscle mass, bone mass, water weight, basal metabolic rate, visceral fat, body age, body fat mass, lean body mass, bone, muscle, protein

Is data encrypted at rest and in transit?

Greater Goods
Yes (Greater Goods confirmed that this applies to data transferred through both the scale and the app).
Eufy
Transmission is encrypted in transit. Storage is desensitized but not encrypted at rest.

Do you share or sell data to third parties?

Greater Goods
Users can opt to sync their data with third-party apps, including Fitbit, MyFitnessPal, Apple Health, and Google Fit.“The company does not sell any user data to anyone ever.”
Eufy
Users can opt to sync their data with third-party apps, including Apple Health and Fitbit.“The company does not share users data to any third parties or affiliates.”

Is it possible to delete your account?

Known data breaches in the past two years

Is the privacy policy easy to understand?

Greater Goods
Mostly, yes; read it here.
Eufy
No, it’s nearly incomprehensible; read it here.

What to look forward to

Greater Goods is discontinuing our top pick, the Wi-Fi Smart Scale, by summer 2021 and replacing it with a new version, which we will test as soon as it’s available.

The competition

Like the Greater Goods Wi-Fi Smart Scale, the company’s Bluetooth Smart Scale uses the Weight Gurus app and beeps during use. Unlike our pick, it uses Bluetooth, which proved to be less reliable in our testing: This model completely missed our weigh-ins on four out of 16 days and several weigh-ins in between.

Although the Eufy Smart Scale C1 is almost identical to the P1, the P1 has newer, more sensitive sensors, which made for a superior connection—as demonstrated when the C1 completely missed several weigh-ins over two days of our testing.

The Eufy Body Sense didn’t record weights as well as the P1 and C1. Seven out of 12 weigh-in days were missing from the app, and the scale failed to acknowledge weight changes a total of 13 times in our testing.

In our testing the Amazfit Smart Scale (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) registered slight weight changes inconsistently.

The Arboleaf Smart Scale recorded only three out of 12 days of weigh-ins, failed to acknowledge weight changes seven times, and was off by more than half a pound 12 times—more than any scale we tested.

The Fitbit Aria 2, a Wi-Fi scale with IFTTT support, often took a minute or more to register weight. Also, despite seeing great results on the actual scale, we discovered that weights in the app were off by a few tenths of a pound on 79 out of 96 occasions.

The FitIndex Smart Scale logged weigh-ins on only two of 12 days and didn’t register weight changes six times.

Like the Amazfit, the FitTrack Dara (Bluetooth only) inconsistently registered slight weight changes in our testing.

At 13.8 by 12.2 by 1.2 inches, the Garmin Index has the largest footprint—along with the largest price tag—of any scale we’ve considered. After 72 weigh-ins, this Wi-Fi model failed to register weight changes 15 times, the most of any scale we tested. And on three of the 12 days we weighed in using the Index, the weight on the scale didn’t match what the app recorded. When we asked Garmin about this issue, a company spokesperson said that “a solution is in the works.”

The Renpho ES-CS20M Bluetooth scale logged only two out of 12 days of weigh-ins and was off by more than half a pound on four occasions.

We found the Bluetooth-only Tanita RD-901 InnerScan Pro to be accurate, but its footpads were too slippery to use safely: The whole device slid like a skateboard across the wooden floor every time we attempted to step onto the scale.

The Triomph TRSC21 was the least expensive smart scale we tested and the only model to offer an internal rechargeable battery. However, its app recorded weigh-ins on only two out of 12 days. The scale failed to acknowledge weight changes six times and was off by more than half a pound nine times.

The Withings Body is a user-friendly Wi-Fi model that delivers useful on-scale customization (including local weather reports), IFTTT support, and a pregnancy mode (which disables BIA). However, out of 96 test weigh-ins, nine of this scale’s readings were more than half a pound off.

Sources

  1. Svetlana Centsova, FNP-BC, CBN, bariatric nurse practitioner at South Shore Health, phone interview, March 28, 2019

  2. Jerilyn Covert and Mario Abad, The 10 Best Smart Scales for Your Bathroom, Men's Health, November 27, 2019

  3. Jill Duffy and Alex Colon, The Best Smart Bathroom Scales for 2019, PCMag, November 1, 2018

  4. Brandee Ellis, registered dietician-nutritionist, phone interview, April 3, 2019

  5. Miller Kern, 10 of the best smart scales, according to online reviews, Mashable, January 24, 2019

  6. Deirdre Mulligan, associate professor at UC Berkeley School of Information and faculty director for Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, phone interview, April 1, 2019

  7. Shannon Palus, Can I Trust My Bathroom Scale?, Wirecutter, September 5, 2018

  8. Kathryn Ross, PhD, MPH, assistant professor, Department of Clinical & Health Psychology at the University of Florida, phone interview, March 27, 2019

  9. Dori Steinberg, PhD, MS, RD, associate director at Duke Digital Health Science Center, associate professor at Duke School of Nursing, phone interview, April 2, 2019

About your guides

Rachel Cericola

Rachel Cericola is a senior staff writer at Wirecutter who has been covering smart-home technology since the days of X10. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Wired, Men’s Health, USA Today, and others. She hopes her neighbors read this bio because it would explain why she always has four video doorbells running simultaneously outside her home. 

Nancy Redd

Nancy Redd is a senior staff writer at Wirecutter covering everything from Santa hats to bath bombs. She is also a GLAAD Award–nominated on-air host and a New York Times best-selling author. Her latest picture book, The Real Santa, follows a determined little Black boy's journey to discover what the jolly icon truly looks like.

Further reading

  • The Best Bathroom Scales
  • The Best Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, and Running Watches
  • The Best Fitness Trackers

    The Best Fitness Trackers

    by Ingrid Skjong and Amy Roberts

    After putting more than 20 fitness trackers through their paces on the move and at rest, we like the reliable, easy-to-use Fitbit Charge 4 best.

  • Can I Trust My Bathroom Scale?
Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-smart-scales/

Reddit reviews: The best body composition monitors

u/changeyou · 0 pointsr/xxfitness


You're not eating enough to build muscle. Building muscle will make you feel better about how you look. You can do muscle building activities like squats/situps/crunches without even using any weights.

You need to eat MORE healthy food. You will not get fat. You will get defined.

If you're nervous about eating more, just add a little tiny bit more per day for a week or two at first and see what happens.

Also I have a scale that measures body fat % and muscle mass % and that's super motivating to me, I care so much less about my "weight" now and care a lot more about how my body is built, it helps motivate me to eat healthy and work out.

Here's the scale I have.

Also if you use this scale and you ARE NOT eating enough you can really see how much that will cut into your muscle mass and you'll end up with a higher body fat percentage. I know that because I work a super active job and occasionally get really busy and don't eat enough, it really messes with my muscle mass. So I eat a lot more snacks than I used to like nuts, apples, protein bars.

u/truthlesshunter · 5 pointsr/Fitness

I use an eatsmart scale (specifically this one: http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Capacity-Recognition-Technology/dp/B004L6NTHU/ although the "body fat %, body measurement calculators" are to be taken with a grain of salt as they are seldomly very accurate but could be good for consistency measuring purposes). It's a great scale to track weight and I tried "fooling" it like you did (stepping on, stepping off, letting it reset, then stepping on again) and it always gave me the exact same reading...even if i waited like 5 minutes.

So personally, I can vouch for that one but reading the reviews on Amazon, any of the eatsmart scales (there are 3-4 of them..$50 being the most expensive) should be good.

u/imaplatypuswithwings · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. This blanket because I'm a tiny bit obsessed with Harry Potter.

  2. This scale because it gives a lot more information than just weight which is more helpful in the weightless process. It would be helpful to know how my body fat/muscle/water weight/etc. is being impacted when my weight doesn't seem to be moving the way I'd like.

  3. This artwork because I'm also a little obsessed with The Legend of Zelda.

  4. This dress because it's perfect for valentine's day.

  5. This because it looks cute and comfy.

    Your boss sounds great, and you do too. Thanks for hosting this :)
u/Lanfear57 · 1 pointr/loseit

Yyou might consider changing the batteries before buying a new one. I know my scale goes stupid when the batteries are low. Which happens way more often than it should because apparently I have a ghost who likes to try to weigh in frequently too.

I have a weight watchers scale that I got through my credit card rewards program, I don't think the particular model is made anymore, but I've heard good things about the other weight watchers models too.

When I get a new one, I'm probably going to get this or another by the same brand. My mother has had one of that brand for ages and it still works great and she loves it. Also no waiting for it to be ready to use - it's just step on.

u/aLeakyAbstraction · 1 pointr/leangains

I'd suggest purchasing a Bio Impedance scale to help keep track of your body fat percentage. It's not perfect in that it can be off from time-to-time, but as long as you measure at the same time of day each week you'll get a roughly consistent measurement. This way you can eat more and know if you're gaining muscle or just gaining more fat (at least to a degree).


Below is the one I purchased a few years ago but seems like there's a lot of options now so you may want to do some research.


https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B004L6NTHU


I've gotten official DEXA scans which is the most accurate way to measure BF% according to many but costs $45 each time. The scale above was off by about 0.6% BF when compared to my DEXA scan. Eg. My scale said I was 10%, but the DEXA reflected 10.6%. No food or water before either measurement.


Outside of that, make sure you're getting enough protein (many studies suggest between 0.82g of protein per pound of body weight is the max your body can utilize, but some prefer to go by 1.0g per pound of body weight).


Hope this helps.

u/thisisallme · 21 pointsr/1200isplenty

This is the link of the scale I got. It's fairly cheap. So far, I like it. You can customize the weight settings, goals, stuff like that. I also think it can interface with things like the Apple fitness and Samsung health. But I'm happy with it for the price and ease of use.
Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, FITINDEX Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Weight Scale Body Composition Analyzer Health Monitor with IOS and Android APP for https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078HW8BPY?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/Opspin · 2 pointsr/fasting

Great idea, please share all your results!

Get you a pair of body fat calipers if you haven’t already as this cheap device can pretty accurately measure the layer of fat between the skin and muscles on your stomach. Another slightly more difficult but possibly more precise way is if you have access to a ultrasound scanner. I’d love to see the change!

Also it’ll be interesting to see if you can pull through all 21 days without eating anything!

If you can’t, perhaps work in ADF instead and see the change from that?

u/natalienaught · 11 pointsr/asktransgender

>decrease my BMI (for a more supple frame)

Oh gosh, please don't focus on BMI, it's just a terrible measurement, especially for this population.

BMI only considers body mass (kgs), and conveys nothing about body composition (e.g., % body fat & % lean mass).

As such, the same BMI value can represent many different body shapes, and many different states of metabolic health!

BMI has a place in epidemiology, but body composition is what individuals should focus on, and is easy to track these days. Healthy cis-females on average have significantly more body fat than their healthy cis-male counterparts, and progress in this area for MtF folks won't be reflected well by BMI.

u/fitness_kid · 1 pointr/Fitness

I don't understand how to calculate TDEE when I want to bulk and cut simultaneously. I weigh 70kgs and I don't want to increase my overall weight but increase my muscle weight and reduce body fat. Can anyone help me? I used a machine like this to find out my fat and muscle weight. I know that it isn't accurate and it says I have 29% of body fat and 27kgs of muscle. Looking at pics like this, I can estimate my body fat to be around 22-25%.

The wiki has the formula help to calculate required TDEE - link

I cannot use wiki's spreadsheet calculator, I don't have access to computer. So I used this site and got my TDEE as 2013. Using wiki's formula of TDEE - [BWkg x 7kcal], my TDEE would be 1523? Does that sound right?

u/bunnygn · 2 pointsr/90daysgoal

I have this scale. Love it, always been accurate, fast readings and lot of other info like body fat %, muscle %, etc.

I also use LoseIt.com on my iPhone for tracking everything I eat. It's free and even gives the option to track nutrients and I really like their graphs and charts.

u/gaya2081 · 2 pointsr/loseit

Yeah :( thats the bad side. I really love my EatSmart Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale and its on sale with free shipping at amazon, but its $55...which is a great deal, but over your budget :( Maybe ask for it for christmas?

Also since you are doing keto (which I am also doing) it is an awesome way of making sure you are not losing muscle mass too quickly...I had to up my protein (thus my calories) because I felt I was losing muscle too quickly. Now my muscle is much more stable, but my fat loss is still moving along.

u/livmaygray99 · 3 pointsr/intermittentfasting

Hey!! We have like the same routine!! Minus the 24 hr fast.

I suggest this scale!!

FITINDEX Scale


It breaks down your body fat percentage, BMI, water weight, skeletal muscle, etc...

It is awesome! It feels good to see that just because lbs aren’t coming off it doesn’t mean I’m not losing in other ways!!

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I've had this Tanita for 4 yrs. I use pretty much for weight and BF% only and I like it alot.

The weight is pretty much dead on, and I think the BF% is only marginally accurate, close. However, any home measurement will not be as good as a body dunk, so you take it for what it is.

The BF% goes up when I get fatter and goes down when I get skinnier, and consistantly, so I can basically rely on the number. That is all you can hope for and it should be a good enough determination for in-home tracking.

Edit: spelling

u/LurkerPatrol · 2 pointsr/Brogress

Thanks fam, I greatly appreciate it!

My buddy, who is slightly shorter than me did the same route that I did from 230-ish to 180 (which is my end goal), and he ended up using this bluetooth scale and app called FIT-INDEX which he recommended to me and I'm using now.

The scale is here if you're interested: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078HW8BPY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The convenient thing is that it connects with fitbit, myfitnesspal, and apple health, so I never have to touch those three apps and manually update my weight. I just pop on the scale and have it update all the platforms.

One thing to note, don't have your phone in your hand because it will throw the weight off. I weighed myself one day and found out I was 0.5 lbs heavier and got upset. Turned out my phone weighs 0.5 lbs.

u/phil2k16 · 2 pointsr/keto

Yes, diet soda is fine. I drink multiple cans a day and look at my flair for my stats. I consume an Atkins coffee shake now and again but not regularly. For the scale, this is what I use. It's great because it shows body fat and muscle compositions (as well as BMI, water and bone).

u/kvossera · 1 pointr/Fitness

No problem.

Did you measure your body to get the numbers to plug into the calculator? If so did you do the measuring or did someone else? Did you take the measurement more than once, like you taped your neck, took the tape off, taped again, took it off, and taped again (tape in this instance being the measuring tape)?

I was in the Army and have been taped because I didn’t meet height weight standards, too many muscles, so yeah I’ve been there and done that version of it.

you might try something like this. I like that it has an app and charts my progress. it’s pretty motivating to see all the different numbers change.

u/yobsmezn · 1 pointr/keto

As previous respondent notes, they're fairly flawed, but maybe the best one is this model, which uses handgrips as well as the foot plate to measure a small current running through your body.

Will be more accurate than most. Assume it can be found on Amazon.co.uk as well.

u/kwpapke · 1 pointr/fitness30plus

I have been looking at the same question. The issue I am running into is integration with the critical apps I use. If you are just using Apple Health, it's no big deal. I am using the Polar app family, so the Polar Balance has a lot of advantages from an integration perspective, but it has no body comp capability.

This review in PCmag of 2018 scales suggests the Qardiobase 2 is the best, but it is pretty pricey at $150. How much did you want to spend?

u/purrfectUN10N · 2 pointsr/loseit

I have this FitIndex scale I bought on sale from Amazon in July and I really like it. I think I've just changed the batteries once (from the ones that it came with) and I've never had any issues with it. I enjoy the look of the app and the product has a lot of good reviews.

u/hp3333 · 3 pointsr/loseit

May 8th I weighed 186.2lbs and stepped onto this scale below. Last year I reached my highest weight at 196 lbs. I'm getting married in September and decided that the most important thing is to be healthy inside and out regardless of my size. So I started tracking my habits and moods with the app Daylio. The scale and the app track your weight. I saw that one soda would consistently make me add 1 lb. or my depressed days I would binge eat and gain weight. I've switched to diet soda or sparkling water and had to listen to pod casts and other people's stories. I decided that it was a privilege to feel hunger and that I can't eat my negative feelings away. If I deal with them that very second my binge urge goes away. I've made my calorie intake reflect my activity amount and on Friday I weighed 176.6 lbs.

I found a dress that made me look past my insecurities because I look beautiful. I went in looking for something with sleeves because I wanted to hide my arms. I bought a v-neck, sleeveless dress and didn't even consider hiding any part of myself in that dress.

You will have all kinds of feelings through this process. My experience taught me that you don't have to do the standard weight loss practices or wear the standard dress. Everyone has their own personal journey and you can use other people's experiences to try new things and find what will work for you.




FITINDEX Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Weight Scale Body Composition Monitor Health Analyzer with Smartphone App for Body Weight, Fat, Water, BMI, Muscle Mass - White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078HW8BPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_19onDbB2F705Z

(I'm not sure that all the other body stats are accurate but it makes it really easy to track your progress)

u/silverdeath00 · 1 pointr/getdisciplined

There are as many ways to lose weight as there are religions.

In my experience starting small and building your way up is a better way to make a lifestyle change (such as changing your diet from eating things which make you feel good to healthy foods) than just going cold turkey and relying on willpower to get you through it.

E.g. my story, I read The 4 Hour Body. I became determined for the first time in my life to lose weight. What did I do? I did what the author advised first. Make one simple change. Just change your breakfast. In my case I changed my breakfast to be slow carb compliant (no white carbs) and to have more protein.

Not only did this have physiological effects (blunting my insulin levels and reducing hunger pangs) but it also was easy to stick to, and I saw some tiny results in 2 weeks. From there I was motivated to change to the diet wholesale, to this day I stick with it unless I'm poor or going through a very stressful period.

So start small first, then incrementally change your behaviour. It's always advised to people who want to start running, for them to start taking a 5 minute walk. Before they know it they're walking for 30 minutes in a week, they buy running shoes in 2 weeks, and they're running in a month.

Additionally:

  • Take regular measurements. I suggest to measure bodyfat and diameter measurements instead of your weight. As fat is so light you'll barely see the difference on the scales. You can use callipers or a Bio-impedance device like this one. Use a tape measure like this one so your not dancing like a headless chicken. Measue your waist, around your biceps, around thighs. Add it up. Record it in a spreadsheet or a journal. Now notice that number come down after a while and use that to motivate you. What gets measured gets managed.

  • Get an accountability partner. Better yet raise the stakes so that not following your plan of diet will lead to financial loss or complete embarassment. They're groups online which all decide to lose weight or gain muscle and take horribly embarassing before photos. If they don't reach their goals, or not stick with the plan according to their partner, then those photos get posted to your facebook and twitter profiles. If that doesn't do it for you, promise to donate money to some evil organisation you detest, if your accountability partner sees you slide.

    Good luck. Losing weight is a lifestyle change. And it's a lifestyle change you won't regret. Soon you'll be wondering how the heck you could enjoy that sweet snack everyday as opposed to just your cheat days.
u/BornOnFeb2nd · 3 pointsr/keto

One of the reasons I keep repeating..

MEASURE EVERYTHING

If you're relying on a single metric, you're not getting the whole picture of what's going on. :) I don't know if folks other than me can access it, but on MFP I measure various parts of my person, and plug in information from my scale and record it. Should have plenty of interesting data points to play with as time goes on.

u/redditrandomness · 3 pointsr/keto

That looks sicknasty! I got this one when I was in college and love it. When it goes out I think I might follow in your footsteps :)

EDIT: Quick questions...could you post a link of where you actually purchased it? I don't see the option on the site you linked and the all-encompassing amazon.com doesn't carry it. Thanks!

u/bomphenom · 4 pointsr/xxketo

Welp, I have been using my old sturdy and what I thought to be reliable analog scale to track my weight for the past few years but last week got a hankering to get a smart scale to track my body fat and bmi so I ordered this scale. It arrived yesterday and I just used it for the first time. If this scale is accurate, my analog scale was weighing me in significantly less. So I am up 6lbs since yesterday. At least I know where I'm really at now, in bright blue digital numbers...

u/pmcanc123 · 3 pointsr/loseit

Thanks! I used the FITINDEX scale and app that I purchased from amazon.

It is not the most absolutely accurate but it is consistent with itself to track changes over time.

Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, FITINDEX Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Weight Scale Body Composition Monitor Health Analyzer with Smartphone App for Body Weight, Fat, Water, BMI, BMR, Muscle Mass https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078HW8BPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_5yEmDbFRYJS81


I also forgot on my how I did it is to weigh yourself daily in the morning after using the restroom. Get in the habit of doing this. It’s hard to see the scale go up 3-6 pounds some mornings but you get good trends and your weigh in day isn’t a fluke that is high or low.

u/plantfood623 · 1 pointr/StrongCurves

Buy yourself an Omron body fat tester on amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0020MMCDE/ref=dp_prsubs_1

It's not 100% accurate, but if you control the variables. Like test every morning, fasted, after using the bathroom, around the same levels of water. You'll be able to see if the fat % is going up or down. Generally, if your weight is staying the same or going up... and your fat % is going down, you're doing very very well.

u/ryankrameretc · 1 pointr/Fitness

Yes, I am. I still can't see my abs.

I know that at 12% BF I should be able to, so maybe it's a low-ball estimate, but my Omron Body Fat and Body Composition Monitor consistently reads 11-12% every single morning. I know these things aren't very accurate, but the fact that it's so consistent has almost convinced me. I'll post pics this evening and maybe you can tell me if I'm way off.

Bottom line, I'm sure that I'm only a couple of BF% points from abs, so long story short, I am trying to get leaner.

u/Zzyx93 · 1 pointr/intermittentfasting

When I visited the doc in April I was 295. I knew I needed a change so I just watched what I ate and avoided night eating. Then back to the doc a month later I was 289.

After that I learned about IF in the beginning of this month and started checking it out. I went with the 16:8 method and this week started hitting the gym. Finally weighed myself and I was down a huge portion. I hit the gym twice a day before and after work with lots of cardio. 6-8 miles a day.

The app is called FITINDEX. It's for a scale I purchased on Amazon.

Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, FITINDEX Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Weight Scale Body Composition Monitor Health Analyzer with Smartphone App for Body Weight, Fat, Water, BMI, BMR, Muscle Mass https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DLCZ3WF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_VRGkDb010CNP4) so f

So far it's pretty accurate from what I can tell, I've crossed checked with multiple scales.

u/rekarek · 2 pointsr/fatlogic

Something like this. But if you just search for "scale body fat" you'll get lots of results. Supposedly, the kind like the one I linked are better than just the floor scale type, because they send a current through the whole body since the hands are involved. YMMV.

u/spicyramyun · 2 pointsr/Stronglifts5x5

If you goal is to manage weight whether it is adding or losing the one thing that must be done above all else:

MONITOR AND PLAN YOUR DIET.

This is so easily overlooked by so many people. You will here the standard calories in and calories out discussion everywhere. If you are looking to build muscle and lose fat you need to ensure you are eating enough protein to where your body can maintain it's repairs to your muscles while still running a deficit to lose fat.

This can definitely be done. You don't even have to be a master at it. I am multiple pants sizes and about 15 pounds. As I started lifting heavier the weight loss slowed. I only care about strength gains and physical size. I am losing fat because my gut etc is going down. I am not seeing that big of an adjustment on the scale because I am not killing myself in the process.

I bought this scale https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004L6NTHU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and it helps me keep track of body composition. Turns out it is on sale with a 20% coupon too if you are interested. I monitor my body comp a bit and try to maintain my diet while hitting my routine. You are putting up good numbers on those sets. You will continue to build that muscle up as long as you are feeding it. Just lower the calories to cut in the process.

u/IllegalBeaver · 1 pointr/xxketo

I always track my weight using one scale only because of this. My parents have a medical scale but I'm always a different number on theirs than mine. The instructions with my digital scale say to calibrate it each time it's picked up off the floor.
Also, take up measuring yourself as well. You can remain the same weight and still drop in inches which is always nice to see.

u/fco83 · 1 pointr/loseit

Ive been looking at scales as well. The eatsmart line seems to have a bunch of great reviews on amazon, but i'm not entirely sure if its worth stepping up to one of their models with more features (like this one http://amzn.com/B004L6NTHU )

u/SleepyTexan · 2 pointsr/keto

> Oh and has anyone used Nokia's Body+ scale? It sounds pretty cool but like all techy stuff it costs a pretty penny...!

I have no experience with the Nokia but it seems kind of mediocre for the price, I own this basic one while my parents own this one but if you want features I don't think you could go wrong with:

u/sonofmad · 8 pointsr/bodyweightfitness

A decent estimate for sure, I've got this one and enjoy using it, but I really believe getting this kind of analysis is worth the money if you're serious about it. I'm near the University of Minnesota and can get a test done for $40 (alumni) but I've see it at other local places here in the Twin Cities for $45.

u/JustSomeBadAdvice · 1 pointr/relationships

It varies for everyone, and depends on what kind of caloric reduction you run on. The recommendation from the article I read was 500 calories.

That said, here's the reasons why I chose this diet, and the results I've seen so far.

  1. This is the diet that bodybuilders and athletes use to reach very low bodyfat percentages before competitions. As low as 5-6%, almost unhealthy low. Those guys can't mess around with fad diets, because choosing the wrong diet means losing the gold medal.
  2. It encourages me to eat things I already like- Bacon, sausage, all kinds of meat, avocados, nuts, eggs. The carb-up, low fat day is also great.
  3. This diet is scientifically sound- Ketosis is the process your body uses to burn fat for fuel, and switching into ketosis apparently takes some time and energy, which is why carbohydrate based diets struggle. This keeps you in ketosis for 6 days of the week.

    And these are the results I've gotten. My goal is different from yours- I actually don't want to drop body weight, I want to reduce bodyfat percentage while gaining lean muscle.

  4. Starting at the beginning of the first week I was at 185lbs, 16% bodyfat.
  5. At two weeks I had dropped down to 176 lbs, still measured 15.5% bodyfat though(% measurement is not extremely accurate though).
  6. Just now, at 3 weeks I am back up to 178 lbs, but my bodyfat % is at 13.0%, which is the lowest I've ever measured.

    I've tried several other diets before this in a failed attempt to move the bodyfat % needle. Nothing else has dropped me below 15%, so I'm pretty happy.

    I measure bodyfat % with this: Omron scale
u/highfriends · 2 pointsr/fitbit

Honestly, there are some really dope bluetooth scales on Amazon for less than $25.
They might not be FitBit compatible but you get more than enough information from it.

I have this one

u/truesoul42 · 1 pointr/loseit

I have this one. And I always weigh myself in the morning after going to the bathroom before eating or drinking anything, with totally dry feet. So I guess that gets rid of some variables as well.

u/TellYouWheniKnow · 3 pointsr/loseit

There are lots of scales that can measure body composition. I just got this one from Amazon. It tells you how much your skeletal muscle weighs which is what tells you if your actually gaining or losing muscle.

u/glitterkittie · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Mine is exactly in line with the caliper one that my trainer did on me. It also doesn't fluctuate much. Thus, even if it was off, at least it's not fluctuating so that I can see how much body fat I'm losing or gaining. I have this one.

u/Seyeght · 1 pointr/keto

I use this scale. I know it is a little more than most, but it went up to 400 lbs, (important for me) and the company has a full no-bullshit return policy, seriously read through some of the comments.

u/Azdle · 3 pointsr/loseit

I just got that one's big brother: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004L6NTHU/

It also seems to be very accurate. Over the past half hour I've had a 0.6lb drop. (after going to the bathroom)

u/thenamescash · 2 pointsr/90daysgoal

I was looking at consumer reports & amazon reviews and those really well ranked! But I'm leaning towards this one because it has slightly better reviews for BF% and their customer service reviews are stellar.

BF/body water are the 2 things I was trying to focus on bc I have a decent amount of muscle on me. I'm about 8 lbs heavier than 5 yrs ago but I'm wearing smaller sizes and measuring smaller inches (especially since beginning Crossfit about 9 months ago) - unfortunately most scales aren't readily capable of giving (accurate) reads of those :/

u/redavid · 1 pointr/loseit

I use this Eatsmart one, which is $50, and have had no problems with it.

But Eatsmart has cheaper ones if you just want something that gives your weight without estimating body fat %, muscle mass %, and such. I'm sure they're just as accurate.

u/tvtb · 1 pointr/raleigh

I have this scale but this cheaper one isn't necessarily any less accurate (but it might be). These scales use electronics to estimate your body fat percentage which may be inaccurate. There are more accurate ways that proper facilities use that involve dunking your whole body in water, but I've seen youtube videos where professionals have doubts about those readings too.

In other words, don't get hung up on the exact number, just measure first thing in the morning after you pee/poo but before you have anything to eat/drink to make the measurement as reliable as possible, and then try to watch it go down over time.

I have one of these scales and my mother-in-law has a different one. When both scales say I have about 19% I'll say i've hit the goal.

u/Funfundfunfcig · 1 pointr/fatlogic

Also sedentary most of the time and I believe my number is somewhat correct. Of course I burn more on my training days, but 1600-1700 number is what my scale suggests. That number could be wrong (I have this scale), but it works for me and my daily calorie count since I don't lose or gain weight. But I admit I could easily be mistaken for cca. 10%, so...

u/conMan76 · 1 pointr/loseit

Yeah. Some scales differ quite a lot depending on the surface it stands on. In my bathroom I could have a difference of up to 3-4 lbs just by moving it around.

Ended up buying this one. No problem since.

u/marylou5 · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

I have one of those scales that tells you body fat. It's an Omron scale, and it has a part at the top that you can pick up and hold while it does the body fat measurement. It also tells you muscle percent, visceral fat, etc. I think it's absolutely full of crap (inaccurate), but it is VERY precise. It always gives me the same measurement.

The reason I think it's full of crap is that it consistently says I'm over 40% body fat. I weigh about 145 at 5'4", so not thin, but not morbidly obese. And I do a lot of strength training so I have a pretty good amount of muscle. How can I be 40% body fat? Ugh. I hate that scale. But at least it's precise.

u/nate451 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I've got a Balance High Accuracy Digital Body Fat Scale, sold by Greater Goods. It's not super expensive, so it could just be a bad scale.

I thought mine was accurate for a while, too, because it's not always easy to compare yourself against pictures of others. There are so many different ways our bodies can be composed. I had way more visible muscle than the 20 - 25% pics I saw, but I figured maybe I just carried my fat in different places. (I do carry most of my fat on my legs, according to DEXA.) But I was way off.

It's not that big a deal unless you're planning goals around your weight and body fat percentage. I thought I needed to aim around 165 lbs, based on having 22% BF. Turns out anything below 175 - 180 would be crazy.

u/StarManta · 1 pointr/Fitness

How much short-term weight fluctuation is normal?

I just got a new scale and have been weighing myself a couple of times, and it seems to believe I have lost 12 pounds in 2 days (in which I've changed no significant eating/exercise habits, mind you). I don't see any way this could be true, but I've also been ruling out technical causes, and the data doesn't seem random enough to just be measurement error.

I have been weighing in at different times of day, which can account for some of it (in fact, in part I wanted to quantify the daily fluctuations before actually making changes), but 12 pounds is way out of the question, right?

From what I've read daily weight fluctuation is more on the order of 3 pounds or so. Anyone have any explanations?

u/bubba_shubba · 1 pointr/reddit.com

is it hard to do by oneself? got any good calisthenics besides pushups/situps? i tried for the third time to get into going to the gym, and failed horribly. I can't stand it. I love doing cardio but really need to put on some muscle, and aside from taking up rock climbing (which I've tried, didn't like it) I'm not sure what else I can do.

I thought maybe you had one of these bad boys, which don't seem like too bad of a deal

Sours: https://redditbests.com/body-composition-monitors/
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We spent over 27 hours researching both standard and smart scales. After conducting over 250 weighs-ins, we determined that the Weight Gurus – 0375 is the best bathroom scale due to its wide-ranging abilities, accuracy and reliability. The Weight Gurus smart scale also provides you with a consistent body fat percentage that is tracked automatically with their phone app and is compatible with other apps like FitBit, Apple Health and Google Fit. For a standard scale, the Etekcity – EB4074C delivers accuracy and consistency, a great option if you don’t need app connectivity.

Table of contents

The 9 bathroom scales we tested

Smart Scales

 

Standard Scales lineup

The best smart scale: Weight Gurus – 0375

Weight Gurus

The best product will provide multiple pieces of data, the ability to connect with other apps, and is precise in its readings. It really came down to the Yunmai Premium and the Weight Gurus – 0375. They both had exceptional apps that made it easy to track your progress and body composition and were both incredibly consistent in their weight measurements. However after looking at the accuracy of the weight and fat-percentage readings, the this one stole the show.

Best Smart Scale: Weight Gurus - 0375

With this smart scale, you don’t need a smartphone to view your results, it will automatically save your results and syncs automatically once connected to Bluetooth and, “oh yea!” it measures weight with accuracy and consistency.

Although reading fat using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis is not as accurate as some of the more professional methods, this bathroom scale was amazingly consistent in its fat percentage measurements. Not only did it give the same reading for the same subjects time and time again, but it also detected an average of 3.3% to 4.2% lower percentages when using different subjects with different fat contents. This means it is a consistent tracker of body fat percentage. You want to lose weight, yes, but more importantly, you want to lose fat. The Weight Gurus – 0375 lets you know when that is happening.

The Weight Gurus digital bathroom scale performed beautifully. When we used the standard 50.0 pound weights to test, and it was only off by one pound after nine weigh-ins. So in weighing 2,988 pounds it was only off by 0.17%. That’s pretty much perfect, and far exceeds the needs of most people using it to track weight.

Weight Gurus - Accuracy

Now let’s step off the scale and move onto the app. The integration couldn’t have been easier, plus you can connect your data with FitBit, Google Fit, Apple’s Health app, Under Armour and more. If you’re sharing the scale with friends or family, they don’t get access to your results so privacy is yours to keep.

One of our favorite features (of both smart scales that had apps): you don’t need your phone nearby! You can see your weight, BMI, body fat, water and muscle percentages on the display and it will store the data until your Bluetooth is connected, then sync automatically.

Cool side note: If you skip a day (or only do so once a week), the app will automatically input phantom weight figures to show your estimated weights from the last time you weighed yourself.

Key takeaways:

  • The Weight Gurus – 0375 allows you to use its app alongside others like FitBit and Google Fit.
  • It performed near-perfectly on both the accuracy testing and consistency testing only missing by 0.17% out of 2,988 lb.
  • Even though BIA is not the most accurate way to measure body fat content, the Weight Guru Scale was lower by 3.3-4.2% than actual, but very reliable with its readings.

Runner-up smart scale: Yunmai – Premium

Yunmai
It’s a bit unfortunate for the smart Yunmai – Premium Smart Scale that it had to be compared to the Weight Gurus, because if this was the only scale you looked at, it would seem perfect. It syncs with other apps, you don’t need your phone present (it will sync once connected) and it’s accurate and consistent. However, it cannot sync with as many apps (only Apple Health, FitBit and Google Fit), and it is not as accurate in body weight or as consistent in body fat as the Weight Gurus (it measured both higher and lower than the actual).

Runner-up Smart Pick: Yunmai Premium Smart Scale

As the only scale that measured weight to within one tenth of a degree, the Yunmai - Premium glass scale provides you with an easy-to-navigate phone app that integrates with most popular health monitoring apps.

However, this one was the only bathroom scale in our lineup that was precise to the tenth of a degree (0.1 lb). All of the others were precise to 0.2 lb increments. And it was perfectly consistent!

This is impressive, considering only half of the bathroom scales scored perfectly on this test. Furthermore, its 4.5 star rating for accuracy of weight was because it was off by only 6.4 lbout of 2,988 (0.21%). That is nearly imperceptible when using it to track your body weight. So for practical purposes, this one will fit almost all of your needs.

Key takeaways:

  • This Yunmai Premium Smart Scale was perfectly consistent and has a great phone app, allowing you to easily connect with FitBit or Apple Health.
  • Offers 10 body composition measurements
  • It is the only precision digital bathroom scale that measured to 0.1 lb as opposed to the common 0.2.
  • Although its body fat readings were above and below the actual, they were quite precise: 2.6% below and 1.7% above.

Best standard scale: Etekcity – EB4074C

Etekcity
The Etekcity – EB4074C bathroom scale performed perfectly in the accuracy testing and was consistent throughout. Its clear glass is eight millimeters thick and stands atop four high-precision sensors. Its mini legs have a non-slip rubber material that makes it safe to use when on those more slippery hard surfaces.

Best Standard Scale: Etekcity - EB4074C

The Etekcity was the only scale that scored perfectly accurate on all our tests. It uses an eight millimeter-thick, clearish-green glass, and it has non-slip pads at the bottom that are perfect for bathroom floors.

This one has one of the smaller backlit LCD displays out there at only 3.1 inches, but the bright blue background stays lit for eight seconds, allowing you to take a closer look if needed.

Like all of the scales we tested, you can just step right on to measure your weigh. It has an auto-zero function and has an automatic overload indication (and if that goes off you may want to look at the iDOO Jumbo – ES09-3089M that handles up to 440 lb).

As one of the only clear scales we looked at, you won’t have to worry about putting this one away between uses because it goes with almost any design. And there are two metal bars on the bottom which allow you to hold onto it and dry it off easily if need be. Also, the unit-button on the bottom is clear and easy to push, making it easy to switch from lb to kg.

Key takeaways:

  • For a non-smart bathroom scale, the glass Etekcity – EB4074C performs very well under pressure.
  • This precision digital scale uses four sensors and quad stability pad suspension that allows for accurate and safe weigh-ins.
  • It has a smaller backlit lcd display, but the number will flash three times and stay put for eight seconds with a bright blue background.

Runner-up standard scale: Vive – DMD1002SLV

Vive
The Vive – DMD1002SLV is a very affordable standard bathroom scale with great performance. This one was off by just over one pound out of nearly 3,000, which earned it a grade of 99.96%. It seemed fitting to give it five stars for both accuracy and consistency.

Runner-up Standard scale: Vive - DMD1002SLV

The Vive uses a thin and sleek, six millimeter gray (or black) glass panel to support up to 330 pounds. For a standard, non-smart scale, It consistently delivers accurate results, plus its ultra-thin design allow you to easily store it out of the way.

As one of the most slim models analyzed, this six millimeter-thick glass comes in a light silvery gray and a fresh black, both of which have a modern textured look. It is a great little scale and was one of the easiest to move back under the sink in between weigh-ins. It was sturdy and light with a firm capacity to stay put on slippery tile.

This digital scale only uses two CR2032 batteries (most others require four), but it seems to be at an expense: it can only support up to 330 lb. Another possible downside to this scale was a display under three inches, though its backlight is easy to see for most of us.

Key takeaways:

  • The Vive – DMD1002SLV receives an A+ for being accurate and consistent (99.96% correct).
  • It is one of the slimmest bathroom scales we tested but can only support up to 330 lb.
  • It’s easy to move to and from a cupboard, though it has a very modern design in two colors.

Other products we tested

Other Finalists

INEVIFIT – Smart Scale

We’re not quite sure what caused it, but the digital INEVIFIT Smart Scale had a bit of a hiccup during the standardized weight testing. If you check out the graphs you can see it was off by quite a bit for the 100 and 150 pound tests. Other than, that this glass bathroom scale was a top performer. This was the only smart scale that didn’t have a phone app to go along with it so tracking won’t necessarily be as easy as the others but it did have body composition features. Then again, if you use these often and have a decent memory this should do just fine.

Also Great: INEVIFIT Smart Scale

As a newer company and less expensive option, the INEVIFIT can carry up to ten users in the scale’s memory and uses its built-in detection technology so you don’t have to choose which user you are before stepping on.

Something to keep in mind, however, is that even though the fat readings were significantly low this was actually the most consistent smart scale for that test. So if an app and the exact numbers don’t matter too much to you then this is a good choice. You can store ten users and it is able to detect the different user so you don’t have to choose yourself each time.

Kinzi – DBS-1000

The Kinzi – DBS-1000 has a sleek glass design, is affordable and is one of the most accurate and consistent scales. When we tested, it was only off by 3.8 total lb of the near 3,000. The Kinzi runs on only two CR2032 batteries and weighs up to the standard 400 lb. Another thing to note is its display: 3.3 inches (one of the biggest of the scales we found).

Unfortunately the black backlight makes it a bit more difficult to read than the normal blue. Thankfully, however, the reading stays on the backlit display for about 11 seconds, giving you more time than you’d need to read it from a closer position. Another not-so-hot aspect is the “non-slip” bottom legs. They were average at best and it was only one of a few that didn’t have great non-slip technology.

EatSmart – ESBS-01

Another standard digital bathroom scale coming in with the precision and consistency we like to see is the EatSmart – ESBS-01. It was only off by 0.2 lb on the 100 pounds weight test and 0.6 on the body weight test.

The EatSmart Scale was one of the most inexpensive bathroom scales (under $20) and had one of the biggest lcd screens that held the number for over nine seconds on a blue backlit screen. It measured weight quickly too. Also, as a pleasant surprise, it came with a free body tape measure, which was made it easy to self-measure due to its construction.

IDOO JUMBO – ES09-3089M

Biggest Scale: iDOO Jumbo - ES09-3089M

If you have large feet, weigh over 400 pounds or just like a bigger surface that is sturdy, then the iDOO Jumbo is the choice. It has about a 30% larger surface area than a standard scale, weighs up to 440 pounds and has the ‘stickiest’ non-slip pads for stability.

The last and biggest is the iDOO Jumbo – ES09-3089M. It measures up to 440 pounds. This scale also has the biggest base, with about 35% more surface area when compared to other scales. The bottom also has very sticky non-slip pads.

The iDOO has a marble-like surface that, at least artistically, puts the others to shame. If you have bigger feet or just like feeling extra safe, we’d suggest this product. There was a certain comfort experienced when stepping on this extra-sized machine.

Greater Goods – 0390

This was a very cleanly designed standard bathroom scale. The Greater Goods – 0390 was consistent and accurate (off by seven pounds of 3,000). It has a 3.3-inch “big lcd screen” display with a nice blue backlight. But your weight will only stay for five seconds after you get off (if you remain standing on the scale it will keep your weight lit up).

It’s another not-too-expensive option for your bathroom under $20. But that may come at an expense: the non-slip pads at the bottom don’t live up to their name. Also, it uses CR2032 batteries, which is not the biggest deal but it is little things like that that could leave you to want other scales.

How we selected

We scoured through review sites like ConsumerReports.org and The Wirecutter to get an idea of some of the best digital scales out there. We then dove into forums on Reddit and read through customer reviews of bathroom scales on Amazon. With about ten hours under our belt, we felt confident that we’d developed a solid base of what to look for and how to narrow down our search.

We looked at both the singular function digital scales (non-smart scales) and the multi-functional digital smart scales, which provide information on body fat, muscle mass and more. In our search of the most precise and consistent product, we compared the best ones on the market to one another, using others’ reviews and our knowledge base, ultimately ending up with nine finalists, three of which are smart.

How we tested

Consistency & accuracy

scale accuracy test data

We did a lot of weighing (over 250 times in total). We weighed humans and weights. Before we get started, however, let’s briefly differentiate between ‘consistency’ and ‘accuracy’. A scale will be dubbed as consistent if it produces the same result again and again. An accurate scale is one whose readings are very close to the actual weight.

To get a feel for the bathroom scales, we weighed a subject who wasn’t holding anything. Then we weighed them holding dumbbell A (25.8 pounds), holding dumbbell B (24.2 lb) and both dumbbells A and B together (49.6 lb). And yes, the dumbbells are from the same manufacturer and are both supposed to be 25 lb. Evidently they weren’t, so we used professionally weighted dumbbells.

calibrated dumbbells

We went to our (newly-made) friends over at ICC Instrument Company to use the weights they use to calibrate industrial scales. These weights were 50.0 lb each, which made it at least a bit easier to spread out the weigh-ins into groups of 100.0 lb, 150.0 pounds and 200.0 pounds. We made sure the ground was perfectly level all around and then placed each of the weights on three times. When we did this, we found one scale to be perfectly accurate: the Etekcity – EB4074C.

Then, to compare consistency even further we weighed one subject ten times on each of the scales. We used the Etekcity as our baseline for comparing the reading accuracy of the other bathroom scales as it was deemed perfectly accurate and consistent from the previous test. After gathering the data we gave the appropriate rankings to each scale for the below categories, then we averaged the scores and combined them to get overall rankings.

  • Accuracy of body weight readings
  • Consistency of body weight readings
  • Accuracy of standard weight (100.0 to 200.0 lb)
  • Consistency of standard weight (100.0 to 200.0 lb)

accuracy and consistency of standard scales

accuracy and consistency of smart scales

Consistency & accuracy of body fat readings

A quick note on body fat before we look at how we tested it: body fat percentage (BFP) is the total mass divided by the total body mass. The way the smart scales measure this is with Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA). The smart scale shoots an electric current through your body and uses the resistance between the conductors to create a measurement.

In order to measure the BIA we first needed a standard measurement of BFP. There are a couple of accurate ways to measure body fat like skinfold caliper reading (instrumental body fat pinching) or hydrostatic weighing (underwater). We chose to go with the skinfold caliper testing because it has the best ratio of accuracy to repeatability, so this was our standard to which we compared the results of the BIA.

We took two subjects of similar weight, but with noticeably different fat content and had them undergo three trials of skinfold caliper testing and three BIA evaluations with each smart scale. We conducted these tests within seconds of one another to avoid discrepancies in the amount of body fat throughout the day.

body fat ratings

Ease of use

Standard and smart scales

Because there is not too much to non-smart bathroom scales, their ratings were based on only a few things. Nowadays none of the top scales require you to tap before they turn on. All of the products we tested had the “step-on” technology, which means you can just step on without having to turn it on beforehand.

Another area we evaluated was the clarity of the display. There was not too much difference between the products here because they all have backlights and have reasonably similar display sizes. Nonetheless, we measured out the dimensions of the display and scale and compared the total surface areas — the iDOO Jumbo – ES09-3089M was the only real big difference with about a 30% bigger surface area.

The other areas we looked at here were batteries, grip-to-floor bottom (or non-slip) and transportation. We ranked them each on how easy it was to change the batteries and what type they used. We also thought about anyone who likes to keep their bathrooms scales hidden away when not in use and rated the process of moving each bathroom scale from one area to another.

Smart scales only

We broke these down into two categories for ease of use. First, we considered how easy it was to track your weigh-ins, the two smart scales that had a phone app were easier (Weight Gurus – 0375 and Yunmai Premium). Secondly, if applicable, we compared the overall user-friendliness of the phone app by adding new users to the account, tracking body weight, accessing and reading graphs, and connecting to existing apps like Apple Health and FitBit.

And we evaluated the reliability of the body fat measurement on these scales (because after reading all the other reviews and comments this was the most desired datum from smart scale users). This was determined by the accuracy and precision of the measurements.

Important features to look for

scales feature comparison chart

Large backlight display: Regardless of how precise a bathroom scale is, it’s useless if you can’t read the numbers on the display. Thankfully, all of the scales we tested had great backlit displays with easy to see numbers.
iDOO Screen Close-up

Design: While design shouldn’t be the primary determinant you use when shopping, you’re more likely to use it if it looks and feels good. You should consider attributes like the feet of the scale, dimensions and weight.

Weight tracking (smart scales only): This feature is incredible to have as it takes away all the tedious work that would otherwise be required to see the changes in your weight over time. This way you can easily see trends with the graphs and all the other visuals the phone apps provide for you. The Weight Gurus – 0375 can even integrate with programs like FitBit and Google Fit.

Batteries: Most of us are familiar with alkaline AAAs, but some scales use the lithium CR2032, which are flat and disc-like. Here are some graphs from Energizer that display the performance difference. AAAs seem to work better and more safely in the long run.

Standard vs. smart scales

Smart Scale and Standard Scale
Standard scale: Your everyday (old-school) non-smart digital bathroom scale can measure only one thing a: weight. Usually you can switch between pounds, kilograms or stones.

You may be wondering why we didn’t choose to include any spring-loaded mechanical scales. The answer is simple: mechanical ones that perform well cost about as much as a smart alternative but only give you the function of a standard scale.

Smart scale: These measure weight, but come loaded with an abundance of other features too. These can include body fat, BMI, muscle percentage, water %, bone mass, BMR and protein %.

The bottom line

For all of you exercisers, weight-losers and health-trackers, the bathroom scale is an integral part of your life. The most informative and functional smart scale on the market is the Weight Gurus – 0375 as it integrates with almost any other health app or Smartwatch program and was 99.83% accurate on just under 3,000 pounds. Also, the body fat readings were consistently low which means it can definitely be used to track your body fat.

There were, of course, others that performed well like the smart Yunmai Premium Smart Scale and standard Etekcity Glass – EB4074C. The former is a phenomenal smart scale that is precise to the tenth of a pound, and the latter was what you’d expect when buying a scale: perfectly accurate and consistent.

Top Pick: Weight Gurus - 0375

The Weight Gurus is the best scale for tracking your weight, fat content and muscle mass due to its extremely consistent measurements and graphing ability in the app. This app is unparalleled in that it will work alongside pretty much any other health app you already have.

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Bryan is our cooking and kitchen expert, with more than 15 years of experience of cooking and testing kitchen products. When outside of the kitchen, he enjoys woodworking, photography, videography and figuring out how to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. He thoroughly enjoys discovering the best, whether it’s ingredients or equipment, and finding products that can stand the rigors of daily use.

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What’s working for me: not counting calories or macros.

Fasting for at least 20 hours between meals - often as much as 50 hours between meals. Eating clean and keto when I do eat and as much as I want within a 90 min window before starting the next fast of AT LEAST 20 hours.

Hunger, weight, and body fat are all WAY down since I implemented this way of eating. Energy and optimism are WAY up.

Also, I have this scale which, for me, has been a. Game changer. Some days my weight does not move, but my body fat percentage does drop. My scale is actually showing my body retaining MORE water the more fat I lose. I can also weigh several times a day and the scale/app extrapolate the averages for me so I don’t need to worry about exact time every day... the rules I follow are to weigh after using the restroom and with 0 clothes on.

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Digital Weight Bathroom Scale from GreaterGoods, Shine-Through Display, Accurate Glass Scale, Non-Slip & Scratch Resistant, Body Weight (White)

Digital Weight Bathroom Scale from GreaterGoods, Shine-Through Display, Accurate Glass Scale, Non-Slip & Scratch Resistant, Body Weight (White)

Popularity score:2

< $50

1byone Digital Body Weight Scale Bathroom Scale with Step-on Technology, 6MM Glass, Max Weight 400 Pounds

1byone Digital Body Weight Scale Bathroom Scale with Step-on Technology, 6MM Glass, Max Weight 400 Pounds

Nokia Body Cardio – Heart Health & Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale, Black

Nokia Body Cardio – Heart Health & Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale, Black

Popularity score:2

$100 - $200

Greater Goods Nourish Digital Kitchen Scale (Multi)

Greater Goods Nourish Digital Kitchen Scale (Multi)

Popularity score:2

< $50

ZOETOUCH Digital Scales Bathroom Body Fat Scale , Bluetooth BMI Scales for Body Weight Machine Wireless Body Composition Analyzer Compatible with iOS & Android, 400 lbs - Black

ZOETOUCH Digital Scales Bathroom Body Fat Scale , Bluetooth BMI Scales for Body Weight Machine Wireless Body Composition Analyzer Compatible with iOS & Android, 400 lbs - Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Withings Body+ - Smart Body Composition Wi-Fi Digital Scale with smartphone app

Withings Body+ - Smart Body Composition Wi-Fi Digital Scale with smartphone app

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

RENPHO Smart Bluetooth Body Fat Scale Digital Bathroom Weight BMI Scales, Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale, 13 Measurements Fitness Body Composition Analysis & Health Monitor, ITO White

RENPHO Smart Bluetooth Body Fat Scale Digital Bathroom Weight BMI Scales, Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale, 13 Measurements Fitness Body Composition Analysis & Health Monitor, ITO White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Brabantia Solar Powered Bathroom Scales - Black

Brabantia Solar Powered Bathroom Scales - Black

Bilancia Pesa Persona Digitale, Roffie Bilancia Pesapersone Impedenziometrica Senza Fili Intelligente con BMI, Analizzatore di Composizione Bagno Wireless con Piatto in Vetro, LCD Display, Nera

Bilancia Pesa Persona Digitale, Roffie Bilancia Pesapersone Impedenziometrica Senza Fili Intelligente con BMI, Analizzatore di Composizione Bagno Wireless con Piatto in Vetro, LCD Display, Nera

Weight Scale, SmarTake Precision Digital Body Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 6mm Tempered Glass Easy Read Backlit LCD Display, Body Tape Measure Included, 400 Pounds, White

Weight Scale, SmarTake Precision Digital Body Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 6mm Tempered Glass Easy Read Backlit LCD Display, Body Tape Measure Included, 400 Pounds, White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Salter Max Capacity 250 kg Digital Bathroom Scales – Easy Read Display, Large Platform for More Foot Room, Step-On for Instant Weight Reading, Carpet Feed for Accuracy on Uneven Floors - Black

Salter Max Capacity 250 kg Digital Bathroom Scales – Easy Read Display, Large Platform for More Foot Room, Step-On for Instant Weight Reading, Carpet Feed for Accuracy on Uneven Floors - Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Homedics Carbon Fiber Glass Bathroom Scale, Large Platform Measures 13" Square, Accurate up to 400 Lbs

Homedics Carbon Fiber Glass Bathroom Scale, Large Platform Measures 13" Square, Accurate up to 400 Lbs

Popularity score:1

< $50

REDOVER-Bluetooth Body Fat Scale with Free IOS and Android App, Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale for Body Weight, Body Fat, Water, Muscle Mass, BMI, BMR, Bone Mass and Visceral Fat, 400lb (White)

REDOVER-Bluetooth Body Fat Scale with Free IOS and Android App, Smart Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale for Body Weight, Body Fat, Water, Muscle Mass, BMI, BMR, Bone Mass and Visceral Fat, 400lb (White)

Popularity score:1

< $50

Triomph Precision Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Backlit Display, Step-On Technology, 400 lbs Capacity and Accurate Weight Measurements, White

Triomph Precision Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Backlit Display, Step-On Technology, 400 lbs Capacity and Accurate Weight Measurements, White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Etekcity Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 400 Pounds, Body Tape Measure Included, Elegant Black (12 inch x 12 inch upgraded Platform)

Etekcity Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 400 Pounds, Body Tape Measure Included, Elegant Black (12 inch x 12 inch upgraded Platform)

Popularity score:1

< $50

Comfort Valley Galaxy S8 Plus Screen Protector,Full Coverage Tempered Glass[2 Pack][3D Curved] [Anti-Scratch][High Definition] Tempered Glass Screen Protector Suitable for Galaxy S8 Plus (A15)

Comfort Valley Galaxy S8 Plus Screen Protector,Full Coverage Tempered Glass[2 Pack][3D Curved] [Anti-Scratch][High Definition] Tempered Glass Screen Protector Suitable for Galaxy S8 Plus (A15)

WiTscale S220 Body Fat Bluetooth Smart High Precision Digital Bathroom Scale with Large Backlit Display and Step-On Technology for iPhone8 with Seamless Data exporting to Apple HealthKit

WiTscale S220 Body Fat Bluetooth Smart High Precision Digital Bathroom Scale with Large Backlit Display and Step-On Technology for iPhone8 with Seamless Data exporting to Apple HealthKit

Taylor 8657 Digital Lithium Bamboo Scale

Taylor 8657 Digital Lithium Bamboo Scale

Seca 213 Portable Stadiometer

Seca 213 Portable Stadiometer

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

Tanita KD-200-110 Digital Scale, 35 x 0.05 oz

Tanita KD-200-110 Digital Scale, 35 x 0.05 oz

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

FITINDEX Smart Digital Body Weight Scale, BMI Bathroom Scale with Smartphone App, Step-on Technology, Sturdy Tempered Glass

FITINDEX Smart Digital Body Weight Scale, BMI Bathroom Scale with Smartphone App, Step-on Technology, Sturdy Tempered Glass

Popularity score:1

< $50

ADE BM707 Mechanical Bodyweight Scale. Precise up to 120kg. Classic Retró Design,Sturdy Structure. ABS Plastic and Stainless Steel. White.

ADE BM707 Mechanical Bodyweight Scale. Precise up to 120kg. Classic Retró Design,Sturdy Structure. ABS Plastic and Stainless Steel. White.

Health o Meter HDM171DQ 60 Glass Weight Tracking Scale, 4.15 Pound

Health o Meter HDM171DQ 60 Glass Weight Tracking Scale, 4.15 Pound

Popularity score:1

< $50

Riboaoy Digital High Precision Gram Scale Electric LCD Display Jewelry Drug Scale

Riboaoy Digital High Precision Gram Scale Electric LCD Display Jewelry Drug Scale

Popularity score:1

< $50

WW Scales by Conair Digital Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 Lbs. Capacity

WW Scales by Conair Digital Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 Lbs. Capacity

Popularity score:1

< $50

Withings/Nokia Body Cardio – Heart Health & Body Composition Digital Wi-Fi Scale with smartphone app

Withings/Nokia Body Cardio – Heart Health & Body Composition Digital Wi-Fi Scale with smartphone app

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

Arboleaf Smart Scale, Weight Scale Bluetooth Bathroom Scale, 10 Body Composition, iOS Android APP, Unlimited Users, Auto Recognition, Fat, BMI, BMR, Muscle Mass

Arboleaf Smart Scale, Weight Scale Bluetooth Bathroom Scale, 10 Body Composition, iOS Android APP, Unlimited Users, Auto Recognition, Fat, BMI, BMR, Muscle Mass

Popularity score:1

< $50

Etekcity Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 400 Lb, Body Tape Measure Included

Etekcity Digital Body Weight Bathroom Scale with Step-On Technology, 400 Lb, Body Tape Measure Included

Body Fat Scale, Nakewan Smart BMI Scale Digital Bathroom Health Weight Monitor, Wireless Weight Scale, Body Composition Analyzer with High Accuracy Smartphone App 400 lbs - Black

Body Fat Scale, Nakewan Smart BMI Scale Digital Bathroom Health Weight Monitor, Wireless Weight Scale, Body Composition Analyzer with High Accuracy Smartphone App 400 lbs - Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Letsfit Digital Body Weight Scale, Bathroom Scale with Large Backlit Display, Step-On Technology, Ultra Slim Design, Black

Letsfit Digital Body Weight Scale, Bathroom Scale with Large Backlit Display, Step-On Technology, Ultra Slim Design, Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Patient Aid Medical Floor Scale - Portable - Digital Easy Read - High Capacity - Heavy Duty - Home, Hospital & Physician Use - Pound & Kilogram Settings - 12" x 12.5" Platform - 550 lb Limit

Patient Aid Medical Floor Scale - Portable - Digital Easy Read - High Capacity - Heavy Duty - Home, Hospital & Physician Use - Pound & Kilogram Settings - 12" x 12.5" Platform - 550 lb Limit

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

1byone Digital Body Fat Scales for Body Weight Smart Wireless Bathroom Scale with BMI, Bluetooth,Accurate Step on Technology Body Composition Analyzer 14 Key Compositions, 400lbs

1byone Digital Body Fat Scales for Body Weight Smart Wireless Bathroom Scale with BMI, Bluetooth,Accurate Step on Technology Body Composition Analyzer 14 Key Compositions, 400lbs

Popularity score:1

< $50

Vitagoods Form Fit Digital Scale and Body Analyzer-Tracks Fat, Weight, Muscle/Bone Mass, Water Weight-397 Pound Capacity, Silver 5 Pound

Vitagoods Form Fit Digital Scale and Body Analyzer-Tracks Fat, Weight, Muscle/Bone Mass, Water Weight-397 Pound Capacity, Silver 5 Pound

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

Body Fat Scale, Digital Bathroom Scale Bluetooth Weight Scale with BMI and Body Fat Percentage, Wireless Smart Scale Body Composition Analyzer Health Monitor with iOS Android App for Weight Loss

Body Fat Scale, Digital Bathroom Scale Bluetooth Weight Scale with BMI and Body Fat Percentage, Wireless Smart Scale Body Composition Analyzer Health Monitor with iOS Android App for Weight Loss

Popularity score:1

< $50

Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale (400 lbs Edition), in Tempered Glass with Step-on Activation, Black

Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale (400 lbs Edition), in Tempered Glass with Step-on Activation, Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Ozeri ProMax 560 lbs / 255 kg Bath Scale, with 0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg Sensor Technology, and Body Tape Measure & Fat Caliper, Black

Ozeri ProMax 560 lbs / 255 kg Bath Scale, with 0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg Sensor Technology, and Body Tape Measure & Fat Caliper, Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Active Era Smart Body Fat Scale - Bluetooth Digital Bathroom Scale with 15 Essential Features - High Precision Body Weight, Body Mass Index, Visceral Fat - Free Smartphone App (Black)

Active Era Smart Body Fat Scale - Bluetooth Digital Bathroom Scale with 15 Essential Features - High Precision Body Weight, Body Mass Index, Visceral Fat - Free Smartphone App (Black)

Popularity score:1

< $50

Smart Scale C1, Digital Bathroom Scales丨eufy by Anker, Smart Plug, No Hub Required, Works with Amazon Alexa and The Google Assistant, Wi-Fi Enabled, Set Schedules, Countdown Timer, Control Remotely

Smart Scale C1, Digital Bathroom Scales丨eufy by Anker, Smart Plug, No Hub Required, Works with Amazon Alexa and The Google Assistant, Wi-Fi Enabled, Set Schedules, Countdown Timer, Control Remotely

Popularity score:1

< $50

Tefal BM7100S6 Body Signal 3 Body Composition Scales with 4 Memory Profiles Glass

Tefal BM7100S6 Body Signal 3 Body Composition Scales with 4 Memory Profiles Glass

My Weigh XL-700 High Capacity Talking Bathroom Scale ~ Includes Measure Equivalents Sticker

My Weigh XL-700 High Capacity Talking Bathroom Scale ~ Includes Measure Equivalents Sticker

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

Guina Body Fat Scale-2021 Upgrade, Smart BMI Scale Bathroom Bluetooth Digital Body Composition Analyzer Health Monitor Weight Wireless 4 Hight Precision Sensors Shatter Resistant Tempered Glass (Blue)

Guina Body Fat Scale-2021 Upgrade, Smart BMI Scale Bathroom Bluetooth Digital Body Composition Analyzer Health Monitor Weight Wireless 4 Hight Precision Sensors Shatter Resistant Tempered Glass (Blue)

Popularity score:1

< $50

Detecto #439 Physician Scale

Detecto #439 Physician Scale

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

Equinox Eb-9300 Weighing Scale

Equinox Eb-9300 Weighing Scale

RENPHO Premium Wi-Fi Bluetooth Scale Smart Digital Bathroom Weight BMI Body Fat Scale Tracks 13 Metrics, Wireless Body Composition Analysis & Health Monitor with ITO Coating Technology, Black

RENPHO Premium Wi-Fi Bluetooth Scale Smart Digital Bathroom Weight BMI Body Fat Scale Tracks 13 Metrics, Wireless Body Composition Analysis & Health Monitor with ITO Coating Technology, Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Etekcity Smart Scale for Body Weight, Digital Bathroom Weight Scale for Weight Loss, Wireless Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, Body Fat Measurement Device with Smartphone Apps, Health Monitor, 400 lb

Etekcity Smart Scale for Body Weight, Digital Bathroom Weight Scale for Weight Loss, Wireless Bluetooth Body Fat Scale, Body Fat Measurement Device with Smartphone Apps, Health Monitor, 400 lb

Popularity score:1

< $50

Salter Speedo Mechanical Scale 148BKSVDR - Black & Silver

Salter Speedo Mechanical Scale 148BKSVDR - Black & Silver

Popularity score:1

< $50

Matone Digital Scale for Body Weight, Smart Bluetooth Bathroom Scale with Smartphone App & Easy-to-Read Backlit LED Display, BMI Weight Scale, Step-on Technology, Sturdy Tempered Glass, 400 lbs

Matone Digital Scale for Body Weight, Smart Bluetooth Bathroom Scale with Smartphone App & Easy-to-Read Backlit LED Display, BMI Weight Scale, Step-on Technology, Sturdy Tempered Glass, 400 lbs

Popularity score:1

< $50

Dash Smart Shelf | Auto-replenishment scale for home and business | Small

Dash Smart Shelf | Auto-replenishment scale for home and business | Small

Popularity score:1

< $50

Fitbit Aria 2 Wi-Fi Smart Scale, Black

Fitbit Aria 2 Wi-Fi Smart Scale, Black

Popularity score:1

$400 - $500

Triomph Precision Body Fat Scale with Backlit LCD Digital Bathroom Scale For Body Weight, Body Fat,Water,Muscle,BMI,Bone Mass and Calorie,10 User Recognition 400 lbs Capacity,Fat Loss Monitor,Black

Triomph Precision Body Fat Scale with Backlit LCD Digital Bathroom Scale For Body Weight, Body Fat,Water,Muscle,BMI,Bone Mass and Calorie,10 User Recognition 400 lbs Capacity,Fat Loss Monitor,Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

Thinner? Body Analysis Technology Glass Scale

Thinner? Body Analysis Technology Glass Scale

Popularity score:1

< $50

Soehnle 63530 Alpha Digital Bath Scale

Soehnle 63530 Alpha Digital Bath Scale

My Weigh Phoenix TBF 440 Talking Body Fat Scale - New Model!

My Weigh Phoenix TBF 440 Talking Body Fat Scale - New Model!

Taylor Ultra Thin Lithium Scale with Brushed Stainless Steel Platform and Backlight

Taylor Ultra Thin Lithium Scale with Brushed Stainless Steel Platform and Backlight

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

BF 66 Bathroom scales - cordless

BF 66 Bathroom scales - cordless

EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale w/Extra Large Backlit 3.5" Display and"Step-On" Technology, Black

EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale w/Extra Large Backlit 3.5" Display and"Step-On" Technology, Black

Frieling ADE Yvonne Portable Body Analyzer

Frieling ADE Yvonne Portable Body Analyzer

Health-O-Meter® Digital Scale

Health-O-Meter® Digital Scale

Health O Meter Floor Scale 330 x 1 Pound/150 x 0.5 Kilogram 11-1/2 x 10-3/4 Plat. W/ 6-1/2" Dial

Health O Meter Floor Scale 330 x 1 Pound/150 x 0.5 Kilogram 11-1/2 x 10-3/4 Plat. W/ 6-1/2" Dial

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

Sunbeam SAB602-05 Full View Dial Scale

Sunbeam SAB602-05 Full View Dial Scale

Popularity score:1

< $50

Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale (400 lb Edition) with Widescreen LCD and Step-on Activation, in White

Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale (400 lb Edition) with Widescreen LCD and Step-on Activation, in White

Gurin Precision Digital Bathroom Scale w/Extra Large Backlit Display and Auto-On Technology

Gurin Precision Digital Bathroom Scale w/Extra Large Backlit Display and Auto-On Technology

BalanceFrom High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale with 4.3" Extra Large Cool Blue Backlight Display and"Smart Step-On" Technology [Newest Version] (Black)

BalanceFrom High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale with 4.3" Extra Large Cool Blue Backlight Display and"Smart Step-On" Technology [Newest Version] (Black)

Withings - WS-30 Wireless Scale, Keep Your Weight Loss Goals On Track with This Easy-to-Read Digital Scale, Black

Withings - WS-30 Wireless Scale, Keep Your Weight Loss Goals On Track with This Easy-to-Read Digital Scale, Black

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

Epica Precision Pro Digital Body Fat Scale 397 lbs. Capacity & Auto Recognition Technology

Epica Precision Pro Digital Body Fat Scale 397 lbs. Capacity & Auto Recognition Technology

BalanceFrom BFHA-PM400SV High Accuracy Ultra Slim Digital Bathroom Scale, Silver

BalanceFrom BFHA-PM400SV High Accuracy Ultra Slim Digital Bathroom Scale, Silver

Taylor Bluetooth Body Fat Smart Scale w/ 400 lb Capacity and SmarTrack App

Taylor Bluetooth Body Fat Smart Scale w/ 400 lb Capacity and SmarTrack App

Ozeri ZB21-W WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection, White

Ozeri ZB21-W WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection, White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Ozeri Rev 400 lbs (180 kg) Bathroom Scale with Electro-Mechanical Weight Dial and 50 gram Sensor Technology (0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg)

Ozeri Rev 400 lbs (180 kg) Bathroom Scale with Electro-Mechanical Weight Dial and 50 gram Sensor Technology (0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg)

Popularity score:1

< $50

WW Scales by Conair Digital Painted Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 lb. capacity, White

WW Scales by Conair Digital Painted Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 lb. capacity, White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Soehnle 63308 Solar Sense Digital Bath Scale

Soehnle 63308 Solar Sense Digital Bath Scale

Popularity score:1

$50 - $100

Taylor Precision Products Digital Glass Scale

Taylor Precision Products Digital Glass Scale

BalanceFrom High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale with 4.3" Large Backlight Display and Step-on Technology, Black

BalanceFrom High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale with 4.3" Large Backlight Display and Step-on Technology, Black

Modern Bamboo Weighing Body Scale 2016 Product 400 Pounds Wood Decor for Bath, Kitchen and Living Room

Modern Bamboo Weighing Body Scale 2016 Product 400 Pounds Wood Decor for Bath, Kitchen and Living Room

Taylor Precision Products Digital 400 lb capacity Bathroom Scale , Black

Taylor Precision Products Digital 400 lb capacity Bathroom Scale , Black

Popularity score:1

< $50

WW Scales by Conair Portable Precision Electronic Bathroom Scale with Handle, 330 lb. capacity, White

WW Scales by Conair Portable Precision Electronic Bathroom Scale with Handle, 330 lb. capacity, White

Popularity score:1

< $50

Etekcity Smart Bluetooth Body Fat Scale - Digital Bathroom Weight Scale with 12 Essential Measurements, Large Platform and Clear LCD Display, ITO Conductive Glass, FDA Approved, 400lb(180kg)

Etekcity Smart Bluetooth Body Fat Scale - Digital Bathroom Weight Scale with 12 Essential Measurements, Large Platform and Clear LCD Display, ITO Conductive Glass, FDA Approved, 400lb(180kg)

Garmin Index Smart Scale, Wi-Fi Digital Scale, Recognizes Up to 16 Users, Up to 9 Months of Battery Life, Black

Garmin Index Smart Scale, Wi-Fi Digital Scale, Recognizes Up to 16 Users, Up to 9 Months of Battery Life, Black

Popularity score:1

$100 - $200

Weight Watchers by Conair Scales by Conair Digital Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 lb. capacity

Weight Watchers by Conair Scales by Conair Digital Glass Bathroom Scale, 400 lb. capacity

Popularity score:1

< $50

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