I have never heard of a scale that could do all that so I googled it.
I agree that finding various ways to track progress is a good thing and happy for you finding one that is a motivator.
Thanks for the info! I found it on amazon and it did get a 4 out of 5 star rating, it does sound amazing in it's multiple features. Then one review which is a noteworthy caution for those with implants:
"....I was looking for another tool to help me measure my progress. The Omron 514 read like a dream --- so I ordered it! When it arrived, I opened the box and got the manual and commenced to read. On the second page, it stated that persons with a medical implant, such as a pacemaker, shoud NOT use this. It makes sense that an electrical impulse could upset a pacemaker, but what about artificial knees like I have. I went to the Omron website, nothing, not even the warning. I sent Omron an email asking about artificial knees; of course, emails are slow to be answered and I wanted an answer. So I called Omron, anything metal will disrupt the electrical impulse and cause the readings to be inaccurate. I am returning this machine; I have no idea how well it might work for others, but those of us who are mechanically enhanced cannot use this item."
Have a splendid day.
Edited by: REBCCA at: 12/8/2012 (09:53)
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