The FitScale is the Ultimate Bluetooth Smartscale and Body Fat Analyzer. This scale measures not only weight, but BMI (body mass index), bone mass, muscle mass, water weight, visceral fat, protein, and basal metabolic rate (BMR). The scale can be used by up to 8 people and will maintain profiles for each user. FitScale offers a Bluetooth feature allows you to connect your records wirelessly to a free app on your smartphone. Your results are displayed on a large blue LCD screen.
The cost of FitScale is $39.99 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $49.98.
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Store up to eight different user's data in the FitScale. Each person can maintain their profile and have it sent to their personal electronic device for continuous tracking.
The screen is a bright blue, LCD screen that is fairly large for easy viewing.
The scale is equipped with Bluetooth, which lets users send their body results to the affiliated app on smartphones or tablets. The app is free.
FitScale is made with German engineered high precision sensors, which will give you an accurate reading of your different measurements.
The scale is a modern style scale that is black with a blue screen. The style is trendy and will not look out of place in a bathroom.
Simply step on the scale and within seconds, you will have your measurements.
This scale will save and track your info right to your device, eliminating the need for writing measurements down.
If you are working towards increasing muscle mass or lowering your BMI, you can monitor it with this scale and bring the results to your doctor. Together, you can continue monitoring your progress.
To continually monitor your progress, you need a smartphone or tablet to download the app. While it's commonplace to have this technology, some people who use the scale, like younger children or elderly adults, may not have access to the app.
Finding the app before purchasing the scale is challenging for both Android and iOS operating systems. There are many measurement and fitness tracking apps, but the instructions to get this app are most likely included in the packaging.
The scale makes it simple to get your ten measurements. You need to step on and wait.
Make sure you use the scale on a flat, smooth surface, such as tiles or hardwood floors. If it is used on a carpet, the scale will not perform as intended.
The manufacturer offers a 30-day money back guarantee. There are few, if any, customer reviews online, so it is hard to say how well this works or if this product tracks accurately. The official site also does not share any customer reviews or offer a fitness professional or doctor's endorsement.
Many scales can produce the same measurements. A simple search online will bring you to tons of similar scales. Many offer the same features of measurements and Bluetooth technology.
A 30-day money back guarantee is common with many brands, however, other brands also offer a year-long warranty.
Other scales connect to not only your smartphone or tablet but other fitness monitoring devices. This scale is limited to its app.
The FitScale falls into the higher end of the price range for this type of product, plus you'll pay for shipping and handling.
The official site promises your data transmitted via Bluetooth is secure. They take extra measures to ensure your privacy.
The official site does not indicate a maximum weight for the scale.
There is no indication or description of what type of battery is used or how often it needs to be replaced.
The FitScale is only available on the official website and takes 4-6 weeks to arrive. If it is in stores, the website does not indicate which stores.
It might be tempting to step on the scale every day. In many weight loss circles, people advise it's best to weigh yourself once a week. It's easy to get discouraged or frustrated otherwise. If you are tempted to weigh yourself often, hide the scale.
If you are weighing yourself weekly, do it at the same time on the same day for consistency. Make sure you wear similar clothing to get consistent results. You should note if you've eaten a large meal or drank a lot of water before weighing yourself, as these things can affect your weight on weigh-in day.
If you're trying to lose weight but your weight isn't going down, don't forget to look at the other numbers. This scale measures so many things about your body and you should pay attention to those too. Especially if you're working toward a goal of toning your body or meeting your daily water intake.
If you're not sure what visceral fat, BMR, BMI, or any of the other measurements mean, do some research or talk to your doctor. This knowledge will help you understand your scale better and you will be able to interpret your results more accurately.
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