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Wyze Scale Bluetooth App-Enabled Body Fat Smart Scale EXPIRED

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Wyze Labs via Amazon has Wyze Scale Bluetooth App-Enabled Body Fat Smart Scale for $19.54. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.Note: In stock 1/22

Thanks to community member peebody01 for finding this deal.

Note: In stock on January 23, 2021.

Features:
  • Complete body composition analysis: The Wyze body weight scale measures your weight, body fat %, lean body mass, and 9 additional body composition metrics for a total of 12 essential metrics.
  • Wyze smart scale syncs with Wyze app and other fitness apps like Apple Health, Google Fit and more.
  • Measurement Range: Weight: 11 - 400lbs
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This deal from before the holidays is back. Get the Wyze Scale for $19.54 before tax from Amazon. I snoozed on it the first time. Grabbed one this time to try.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...6J4H&psc=1 > In Stock Jan 23
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I'd have to buy two scales to find out.
oh my oh my !!! O.O
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I got this scale when it was on sale last time on Slick Deals. However, l have doubts about the accuracy of this scale. When doing multiple weight measurements on the same day, the values tend to vary by 1 to 4 lb.
You know that your weight fluctuates throughout the day, right?
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I got this scale when it was on sale last time on Slick Deals. However, l have doubts about the accuracy of this scale. When doing multiple weight measurements on the same day, the values tend to vary by 1 to 4 lb.
For the most accurate weight, weigh yourself first thing in the morning. It is most effective
because you've had adequate time to digest and process food (Overnight fasting happens). There will not be any impact of anything you have eaten.
You can do it every day for at least and week to make sense of multiple readings. Good thing about these scales, that you don't need to record. They are suppose to auto save the data.
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I have this scale and I think it's fantastic for $20. It auto-detects which family member is using the scale and I have the data syncing to a single device (iPhone). I highly recommend this scale if you want to track your weight over time automatically. It's simple, simple to use, and it has synced perfectly over the past year that I've had it.

Am I happy with the data it has provided? No! But that's because it's telling the truth... and sometimes the truth sucks.
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We owned this product. The app crashed and the bluetooth had serious connection issues. Buy this as just a scale - not for anything else. The product eventually died (or I really did only weigh 53lbs... no, I did not) and we threw it out.
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I had it on carpet and the scale wasn't accurate. Putting it on a hard, solid surface fixed that. Although I have no clue how accurate readings like body fat%, visceral fat, etc were. The pounds scale was accurate though
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I had it on carpet and the scale wasn't accurate. Putting it on a hard, solid surface fixed that. Although I have no clue how accurate readings like body fat%, visceral fat, etc were. The pounds scale was accurate though
How do you know it accurate ?
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We owned this product. The app crashed and the bluetooth had serious connection issues. Buy this as just a scale - not for anything else. The product eventually died (or I really did only weigh 53lbs... no, I did not) and we threw it out.
No issues with the app or BT connection. Maybe they've improved the stability of it since then. As for reliability, that remains to be seen.
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I hate how scales are made of glass. Just feels like accident waiting to happen.
They are. And miniscule pieces of broken glass where you step out of the shower with bare feet is not something you want.
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Ended up grabbing eufy scale instead. It costs more but connects to applr health and google fit
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dumb question - do any smart scales sync directly with apple health without some extra crap-app?
No, in fact Apple doesn't allow any hardware direct access to that, only iOS apps can submit Health data, hence why watches, smart bands, scales, etc need an app.
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Thanks OP! I needed this! Received a Yolanda scale as a gift and it's not worth 2 cents!
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Dead back to $28
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Not seeing scale price. Shouldn't have weighted.
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People think that when they eat a whole freaking cow the weight goes magically to the 'eating cloud' and they forget that it goes straight to your stomach for processing...baby jesus
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