Weight Gurus Smartphone Connected Digital Body Fat Scale with Large Backlit LCD and Weightless Technology (black)
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Easy to read in all lighting conditions. Bright blue backlight. Extra Large 4.3" diagonal LCD.
4 high precision sensors provide reliable, truthful measu
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The WeightGurus app is really helpful to keep track of the weight and other metrics’ changes. And the scale is super easier to sync with the app using the camera. You just have to identify the right angle to keep the phone's camera so it quickly identify the code/pattern shown on the screen of the scale and it converts that to the appropriate metric data on the app.
Personally, I’ve been able to loose considerable amount of weight with this scale, and measuring everyday does have an effect. As during the 1st year of use I made sure to measure every day and I kept controlling my weight. But during the 2nd year I’ve been a bit lazy to weigh myself every day, so control of my weight is not very strict as last year. Seeing the diet habits effect on the weight also help one to continue eating healthy.
So I’d really recommend this scale for anyone who’s interested in an easy to use scale.
I've learned that when you're going to use it to record your weight and information to the app, it's best to have your phone turned on and the camera ready. Once it has detected your weight and other measurements it cycles past the dot matrix fairly quickly; the problem is not that it doesn't come back to it so you can focus your camera on it, but that if you don't stand on the scale the backlight will turn off shortly and make it impossible for your camera to see the matrix code. My scale is positioned against a wall, so it is difficult to remain on the scale and use the phone to scan the code without stepping back, but if you were to remain on the scale you'd likely avoid this difficulty altogether.
The scale itself is high quality and seems well built. It is accurate to at least one tenth of a pound, as I recently confirmed with a trip to the doctor's office. It's a nice, cheap way to get into keeping track of weight and health measurements.
I'd buy it again.