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I have this ... not reliable measurements.
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I have this ... not reliable measurements.
You just weigh more than you think. That isn't the scales fault.
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I wish all posted amazon deals included a fakespot rating. Would be helpful especially with unfamiliar brands like this.
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I wish all posted amazon deals included a fakespot rating. Would be helpful especially with unfamiliar brands like this.
Fakespot: Grade C

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...ite-lbs-kg
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I wish all posted amazon deals included a fakespot rating. Would be helpful especially with unfamiliar brands like this.
Eufy is a part of Anker.
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Eufy is a part of Anker.
I've seen anker products get F ratings as well. It ranges from all the grades.
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I've seen anker products get F ratings as well. It ranges from all the grades.
I don't pay attention to fakespot at all, so I can't comment on its ratings. I was clarifying Eufy is a part of Anker, which is a known brand with a history of good customer service.
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I have this ... not reliable measurements.
How did you test the measurement reliability?
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How did you test the measurement reliability?
gained weight = bad reliability
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I have this in my cart and wondering if this is the same thing quality wise

Body Fat Scale,Bathroom Scale and Smart BMI Scale, Highly Accurate Digital Wireless Weight Scale, Precisely Measures Weight up to 396 lbs
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I just got the P1 a few days ago (for $30). So far it seems great.
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I have this scale and love it. There is a more expensive P1 version but the first thing you should know about "smart" scales is that all of them, be they $20 or $100, don't actually measure s—t outside of body weight. They don't measure body fat. They don't measure BMI. All those extra vitals they claim to measure, they actually just calculate along a linear math formula using your weight and stats you input into the scale like height, age, etc. If your body is anything but the exact average they'll be off in their smart stats. So only get a scale for weight. With that said, some things I like about this one. The bluetooth connection is stable. Have had no connectivity issues at all. Really appreciate this given I'm just about to return another gadget for losing its bluetooth connection every damn day. The app is simple and friendly, and impressed me in terms of privacy when I synched it up to my Apple Health. Many health apps ask to read and write data to Apple Health. This app only asked to write data and didn't try to snoop around my Apple Health app outside of its business. Also, my last scale before this had an infuriating memory feature to make it seem more accurate. If you weighed yourself multiple times quickly, it would just jump to the exact last measurement to seem accurate. Even if you shed a little weight, like going to the bathroom, it would show the same damn value. This scale doesn't seem to do that, at least not to a problematic degree. It certainly changes values even if I do something trivial like remove my slippers. Finally, this just feels like an enjoyable, quality scale. Feels solid, it's right next to my shower and yet the metal bits are showing zero rust, and it looks nice in my bathroom (got it in white). TL;DR: Good scale, get it, but forget about measurements other than weight on this scale or any other home scale.
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I have this scale and love it. There is a more expensive P1 version but the first thing you should know about "smart" scales is that all of them, be they $20 or $100, don't actually measure s—t outside of body weight. They don't measure body fat. They don't measure BMI. All those extra vitals they claim to measure, they actually just calculate along a linear math formula using your weight and stats you input into the scale like height, age, etc. If your body is anything but the exact average they'll be off in their smart stats. So only get a scale for weight. With that said, some things I like about this one. The bluetooth connection is stable. Have had no connectivity issues at all. Really appreciate this given I'm just about to return another gadget for losing its bluetooth connection every damn day. The app is simple and friendly, and impressed me in terms of privacy when I synched it up to my Apple Health. Many health apps ask to read and write data to Apple Health. This app only asked to write data and didn't try to snoop around my Apple Health app outside of its business. Also, my last scale before this had an infuriating memory feature to make it seem more accurate. If you weighed yourself multiple times quickly, it would just jump to the exact last measurement to seem accurate. Even if you shed a little weight, like going to the bathroom, it would show the same damn value. This scale doesn't seem to do that, at least not to a problematic degree. It certainly changes values even if I do something trivial like remove my slippers. Finally, this just feels like an enjoyable, quality scale. Feels solid, it's right next to my shower and yet the metal bits are showing zero rust, and it looks nice in my bathroom (got it in white). TL;DR: Good scale, get it, but forget about measurements other than weight on this scale or any other home scale.
Regarding your note on scales not actually measuring anything for body fat estimates, that's certainly not true - at least for some scales. These have a conductive top plate and measure bioelectrical impedance. I'm not advocating that these are necessarily the best assessments, but they are definitely happening.

For BMI, of course the scale doesn't measure anything. BMI is simply calculated and the only two inputs are height and weight - there's nothing else for a scale to do here.
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