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In for 1 - discounts worked as described. Thanks OP!
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This or Eufy Smart Scale P1? From Google:

The Eufy Smart Scale C1 is almost identical to the P1. However, the P1 has newer, more sensitive sensors, which made for a superior connection than the C1's—as demonstrated when the C1 completely missed several weigh-ins over two days of our testing.
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Good price, but the body fat % was off significantly when I bought this previously. I ended up returning it. Here's my review on it for anyone interested.
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I've been using an Ozeri Touch scale for the last several years which has been great, but I wanted something that would track things on my phone. I am a fan of Anker products, so I gave this a shot. It synced right up with my phone quickly and transferred my results. I was very surprised for it to show my body fat was at 24% which is very high for me. My Ozeri showed me at 14% which is in line with my hand held Omron body fat reading. I also got out my fat calipers and they showed ~13%. I have done a handful of measurements on the Eufy and they always read the higher percentage. I checked the app and made sure I entered my sex, age and height correctly and they are accurate, so it's the scale itself. I am saddened by this because I really wanted to like this. Unfortunately I will be returning it to Amazon.
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Is this both accurate and precise, or just precise?
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The best smart scale on amazon has 25k reviews and highly rated. This one has 500.
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Precisely what ? Ha
OP pic says "precise measurements"... but are they also accurate? Or just precise?
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OP pic says "precise measurements"... but are they also accurate? Or just precise?
It's $20
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OP pic says "precise measurements"... but are they also accurate? Or just precise?
From my research they are accurately precise. HTH.
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OP pic says "precise measurements"... but are they also accurate? Or just precise?
As for body fat, don't count on its accuracy.
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This or Eufy Smart Scale P1? From Google:

The Eufy Smart Scale C1 is almost identical to the P1. However, the P1 has newer, more sensitive sensors, which made for a superior connection than the C1's—as demonstrated when the C1 completely missed several weigh-ins over two days of our testing.
I believe you are actually quoting the review from Wirecutter [thewirecutter.com] for their best smart scale. But yes, the P1 should be definitely better. I was about to snag this until I tried to verify the one I have in my Amazon List on which one I am watching for the price the go down. I'll keep waiting.
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In general scales like this are both accurate and precise with regards to weight. However, the electrical measurement of fat is highly dependent on external factors such as overall water consumption and skin hydration. The scale should be precise for this type of measurement. In general, such measurements are only useful if readings are taken under the same conditions every time and you find the relative measurements between them useful ("I'm down 2% since I started" as opposed to "I'm now at 18%").

You can, however, combine your first measurement with something more accurate like a body caliper fat measurement to determine what kind of offset you should apply to the scale's fat measurements (assuming your measurement conditions stay consistent). So if calipers read 17% and the machine says 20% then you would just subtract 3% from all future scale readings and it should be both precise and accurate.
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I bought the same scale a week ago. Chatted with a rude Amazon rep who said that prices fluctuate and item was received, so he cannot apply $4 discount.
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