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KCLARK89 SparkPoints: (28,032)
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1/30/13 7:24 P

I just bought a Weight Watchers scale, and it is able to store info for 4 users. It measures BMI, water weight percentage, body fat in pounds and as a percentage.

$35 at Target!

FROGHEMOTH Posts: 255
1/30/13 12:17 P

I have the FitBit Aria, and I really like it. It will tell you your weight and your body fat percentage. It uploads the information to their website (you'll need to create a profile if you don't already have one), and you can see your BMI on the website. From what I've seen, it's very accurate. We had a health assessment at work last month, and I used my scale before they tested me. The weight and body fat percentage they showed on their equipment was right very close to what my scale had said earlier. I also like that you can sync your FitBit account to SparkPeople now. So I no longer have to manually enter my weight here, it just updates when my FitBit account syncs :)

The one way to get thin is to re-establish a purpose in life. ~Cyril Connolly, The Unquiet Grave

Walking: the most ancient exercise and still the best modern exercise. ~Carrie Latet
PIXXELLE SparkPoints: (2,551)
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1/30/13 9:32 A

I'm looking to buy a smart scale. Basically I don't weigh much but I know my BMI is high. So I want a scale that measures that as well. Does anyone own a smart scale and what do they think of it?

I'm leaning towards the FitBit Aria: http://www.fitbit.com/aria/specs

Also curious about Withings. Any feedback is appreciated.

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