Health o Meter Silver Body Fat Monitoring Bath Scale

Health o Meter Silver Body Fat Monitoring Bath Scale

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<p>The Health O Meter Body Fat Monitoring Scale is a multi-functional device that provides many important details about your health. This instrument monitors your body mass index (BMI), hydration, muscle mass, bone mass, and weight.</p> <p> This body fat calculator can be used by four people, because its weight-tracking feature will monitor and save these important health statistics over a period of time for up to four individuals. The 4 load cell technology delivers accurate measurements that are displayed on the easy-to-read backlit 1.5&quot; LCD screen.</p>

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  • Measures BMI, body fat percentage, hydration level and bone mass
  • Tracks up to 4 users
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    Great product

    The scale is very easy to set up and use. I chose to purchase this product for its many features and relatively low price. I do not have anything to compare it to, but it seems accurate for all users. The only minor thing I could list as a complaint would be that you have to let it briefly zero out before each use or it will display an error. I'm not familiar with other digital scales so that could be true of them all.

    My favorite scale so far

    In the last 6 years I've tried 4 different brands of scales and this one is my favorite! I bought this scale 3 or 4 years ago and I LOVE it! I am very obsessive about my weight, checking it every day, 3-4 times per day and this scale has always been accurate and informative. I can weigh myself 5 or 6 times in a row and I always get the same number! With the use and abuse that I've put this scale through I really am amazed it is still functioning. The batteries even lasted over 2 years before I had to replace them (and keep in mind that's me weighing myself several times throughout EVERY day). It finally died today, when the leg with the weight chip broke off, so I'm going to go buy another one. I wouldn't think of using any other brand/style! There are previous reviews that mention that the body fat percentage is off, but I don't find that to be true at all. It is possible to be a "fat, thin person". For example, if you are 5'3" and weigh 120 lbs but the scale says you have 30% body fat, that's nothing to freak out about. It just means that even though you're a healthy weight, you need to work on toning up & replacing the unwanted fat with muscle. I hope all of that makes sense and helps with the confusion.

    Grat scale worth getting !!

    I have had many different types of scales for many years and this has been the best and the most accurate one that I have ever had. It can save up to 4 different people settings (the most I have see so far) It covers the most important health concerns, along with your Body Weight -- Body Fat Composition, Body Mass Index, Bone Mass and Body Hydration. With the, up too 4 persons, tracking your progress to set your weight goal and calculating the weight differences between your starting point, your previously saved weight and your set weight goal. One issue that I have with it is the instructions are not very clear on what you should do. What I found works is after you set up each persons settings. Pick a time in the day (the best time would be right after you get up and go the bathroom then weigh yourself. Click on your number, say one, and when the scale shows 0.0 stand on the scale and stand still The next screen you will see will be your weight, do not get off yet, weight for the next screen will show your weight again along with your Body Fat in the lower right corner, do not get off yet, when the next screen come up, this will show your Bone Mass instead of your weight. At this time get off the scale and press the SELECT button to save your data. Now you can use the up and down arrows to look at your data. If you do not save your data it will be lost for good. So as far as the instructions go if you just skip instruction (A) and follow instruction (B) (the instruction I just gave you above)you will be able to review everything the scale will do for you. One more thing the instruction do not cover is what does the Bone Mass number you get mean. The instructions only say that it measures the weight of bone or amount of mineralized tissue in the bone in your body. It does not tell you if this number is good or bad or low or high or what to do with this number. The instructions go over a lot of information about Bone Mass but nothing about what this number it give you really means. I have look all over the Web with not getting help with understanding what this number still means. My guess is that this number is a % of your total weight is your Bone Mass but I could be wrong. Other then this, I still think this is a very good product and will help my family work toward our goals of weight management.

    Seems Accurate

    I really like the scale itself as well as the look of it. It's very easy to use and I think my favorite part is that it can store past data for up to 4 people. I had my body fat% checked with another product, one you hold in your hands, and it was quite different. This scale said 18.2% while the handheld said 12.3%. From what I'm told, the scale measures the time it takes for the electrical current to move from one foot to the other (or from one hand to the other for a handheld). It will take longer depending on how much fat there is to move through, which is how it is able to estimate your body fat %. Along with that, your height will affect how much time it takes for the electrical current to move through the body, which makes me think that the scale is more accurate because it actually asks you to enter in your height (which alters the calculations). I don't think the handheld device asks that... and since arms are shorter than legs, it seems logical that the handheld would be giving too low of a body fat % estimate since it's a shorter electrical route. (This is all just my speculation). All that to say, I think the scale is more accurate than a handheld. To those who had problems using this scale, specifically, the people that say they stand on the scale and all they get is an "E" error code, it basically means you're not reading the instructions. You get that "E" if you stand on the scale too quickly instead of waiting for the scale to show a 0.0 before standing on it. The instructions are there for a reason... :) It's a great product. I have been using it as I'm going through the P90X workout program and it is doing a great job tracking my weight, body fat %, etc... as well as the date. Very convenient.

    Love this scale!

    It is easy to use. The info does go through quickly but if you save it you can review it at your own pace. It does keep track of your weight history. It even keeps track of your goal weight and how far away you are from it.
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