Why people love it
  • Provides consistent and accurate readings
  • Auto-recognition software stores weight data to track weight loss/gain
  • Helps you stay on top of weight loss by displaying current weight, previous weight, % of change, and total weight change

The most accurate product on the market, allowing each user to create their own "profile". Additionally, this device is durable and long-lasting.

Must be recalibrated if moved, profiles sometimes "buggy".



If you want accuracy and consistency, this is the one for you. It is widely acclaimed as THE MOST accurate scale on the market. It's precise to within 0.2 pounds, and you'll find that it gives you a truly accurate measurement every time you step on. Just try not to move the thing--if you do, you'll have to recalibrate it. It can hold up to 400 pounds (180 kilograms), making it a great scale for heavier users.

Note: Always operate the device on a flat, level floor to ensure the most accurate readings.


Not only does this product look great, but it comes with a wide range of user-friendly features. The 3.5" backlit LCD display makes it easy to read not only your Current Weight, but it will also show you your Last Weight, the percentage of weight lost/gained since your previous weigh-in, and the total amount of weight lost/gained since you started using the scale to monitor your weight loss goals. All of this information is stored in "User Profiles", which is activated every time you step onto the scale via the Automatic User Identification Software. It will provide these metrics for up to 8 different people. The Instruction Manual contains everything you need to know about setting up and using the plethora of features.


The scale will set you back $80, making it a pricey investment. However, it's a durable scale that will last for years to come. It's sleek, beautiful, and matches most bathroom décor. 

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