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I was looking for a smart scale and saw this for $49.00 which is around same price as previous deals.

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I was really interested Im something like this but I don't want another app lol. I have have app fatigue.
The nice thing about the Withings is that it can integrate with a good amount of third party apps, at least one of which you probably have. Since this is WiFi, the syncing goes through the website rather than a specific app. What I'm getting at is that you can use the app to setup, set up your third party app, and then delete it. Mine syncs with my Garmin app, MyFitnessPal and a third party MiBand 4 app I use.
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I have this scale. I could never get the app to work on my android. On top of that the app wants permissions to all of my contacts and photos. Not sure why a scale app wants that kind of access other than to spy. It's a good scale though.
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I almost bought this when I was in the market about 6 months ago. I wasn't ready to pay $100 for it, when Amazon is full of pictures of these scales with shattered glass.

But for $50, I might have taken the plunge. Instead I went the old school route of buying a regular scale, and writing it down every day like a cave-man.

It worked out fine.
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It's for tracking fat loss/gain progress. No scale will give you accurate body fat %
And how are you supposed to track progress if it fluctuates 20% daily? That's very different than just being consistently wrong in the same way. I'm not a scale, but I could look at someone and guess their bodyfat % and be off by less than 20%...
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Wait til the Fitbit Aria [amazon.com]is on sale. It integrates so well with their other devices and app; it even recognizes family members. Not sure how accurate the body fat readings are, but they are consistent day to day.
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A data point...I got this a couple of years ago or so from Lowes. My whole family uses it and it has contributed to managing our health better. It seems very accurate on weight and body fat when comparing to various other measurements including my doctors office. The app is easy to use and I can look at family history quickly. We use it regularly and really like it.
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I have this scale, nice features but don't expect the fat percentage to be anywhere accurate. It fluctuates up to 20% daily.
Mine is usually consistent with previous readings, so you may have a glitch in your unit. As another said, I do not take the % as fact, but my percentage usually does fluctuate within the range I would expect after going it the gym or not going for several days.
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And how are you supposed to track progress if it fluctuates 20% daily? That's very different than just being consistently wrong in the same way. I'm not a scale, but I could look at someone and guess their bodyfat % and be off by less than 20%...
Thats the problem with all scales. The only way to do it more accurate is to have a consistent diet, water intake and if you weigh yourself at the same time. Then it will show more consistent numbers. It still won't be your actual bodyfat%, but you will be able to track it.
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This one vs the Renpho scale? Any thoughts?
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I have this scale. I could never get the app to work on my android. On top of that the app wants permissions to all of my contacts and photos. Not sure why a scale app wants that kind of access other than to spy. It's a good scale though.
Photos permission is to add pics to your profile and contacts is probably for the leaderboard, like the Fitbit's friendly competition stuff. They use the same app for their scales and step trackers.
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This seems like a great deal. However, I wonder when Wyze comes out with theirs this year, how much that might cost.
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This one vs the Renpho scale? Any thoughts?
Renpho requires the app to be open to synchronize your measurements, which means you have to open it every time you weigh yourself. Kind of a inconvenience. Reading this Thread and it sounds like this is WiFi based so you won't have to do that.
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I have this scale, nice features but don't expect the fat percentage to be anywhere accurate. It fluctuates up to 20% daily.
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And how are you supposed to track progress if it fluctuates 20% daily? That's very different than just being consistently wrong in the same way. I'm not a scale, but I could look at someone and guess their bodyfat % and be off by less than 20%...
He's full of sh!t, I've been using the older withings scale and it's pretty accurate, the only thing it can't calculate is the visceral fat (which is a very important measurement). You need to measure yourself once in the morning as soon as you get up after you pee to get a consistent fat % readings.

It uses algorithms to calculate your body fat, if you drink a lot of water and check yourself on it or you lot a lot of electrolytes or gained some electrolytes it's gonna throw it off obviously, because it not a DEXA/DXA scan obviously.

If you want a visceral fat measuring scale, get this, I have this one too. It's pretty old school.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001803OS6/
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Just wanted to make sure, amazon warehouse like new products are usually brand new but are not eligible for manufacturers warranty, correct?
I've had good and terrible experiences with Amazon warehouse. A like new phone was DOA out of box but they ended up sending a brand new replacement. Then I ordered a computer desk and they sent me a TV stand. I guess it's hit or miss.
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been waiting for this. thanks!
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