Smart bathroom scales can tell you more than just your weight. You can find out your body fat percentage, muscle composition, how your weight today compares to last month, and so much more.
To help you pick the right scale for you, we’ve spent hours examining the latest models and connecting with manufacturers to get a feel for their newest devices. We’ve reviewed the best bathroom scales for 2020, and we’re already doing jumping jacks about some of the newest features. With today’s scales, you can get reports about BMI, body fat percentage, muscle composition, and even body cardio reports for health. Even better, you can connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and receive customized reports about your health. Check out our picks for the best smart scales below.
The Withings Body+ scale is a great choice if you’re looking to expand your knowledge of your own body. Within a sleek design, it measures weight, BMI, muscle mass, and fat percentage — and that’s just to begin with. The scale also has a user-friendly app that can collect all information and allow you to track weight history over time (no need to plug in numbers; the scale will automatically update the app when you weigh in). It also supports up to eight users, so everyone in the family can have their own profile.
The Withings Health Mate App connects to more than 100 fitness apps, including Apple Health, Beeminder, Google Fit, Fitbit, and LoseIt. There are also several neat extra features, including a pregnancy tracker for those expecting and a baby mode for weighing the very smallest. If you’re more interested in looking shredded, you’ll appreciate the water percentage tracker, which also helps you keep properly hydrated. There are even weather forecasts and daily step trackers for those preparing for a run! Plus, if you use any Alexa devices, the scale is Alexa-compatible with a skill that offers motivation, progress updates, and more.
Finally, thehas excellent battery life: Four AA batteries will last up to two years without needing a replacement.
Eufy Smart Scale C1 with Bluetooth
If you’re looking for an extremely affordable smart scale and a holistic approach to health, try Eufy’s C1, which you can buy for around $30. Connect it to your phone via Bluetooth, and it’ll track a bunch of different measurements to help you meet your fitness goals: Body fat percentage, body mass index, water, basal metabolic rate, visceral fat, lean body mass, bone mass, muscle mass, and, of course, weight.
Cheaper options like the C1 typically aren’t compatible with as many fitness apps as the more expensive competitors. The C1 works with the Eufy Life app, which currently connects with Apple Health, Google Fit, and Fitbit.
Up to 16 users can be on one account, so your entire family can use the. Plus, features like an anti-slip top plate and rounded corners make the scale safer and more user-friendly. Heck, since this scale costs less than a couple of large pizzas, why not give it a try (and forgo the pizza)?
Greater Goods Body Composition Scale
Greater Goods is a company on a mission: The brand gives a portion of proceeds from the sale of every product to a variety of charities. Buy a kitchen gadget and you’ll fund meals for children in the care of the Global Orphan Project. Buy a bathroom product such as the Wi-fi Scale, and you’ll help Love146 provide medical care to survivors of trafficking.
The Body Composition Scale (listed on Amazon with the epic name of “GreaterGoods Digital Body Fat Weight Scale, Body Composition, BMI, Muscle Mass & Water Weight”) tracks a host of metrics around your weight, revealing data in a striking blue display screen easily readable from a distance.
We had some challenges setting up the— a handful of units carried a defective Wi-Fi chip, and we got the golden ticket. The company’s tech support was responsive and very helpful, and such units should be long-cleared from the market by the time you read this. Great products serving a greater good — how can you go wrong?
Renpho Bluetooth Bodyfat Scale
The Renpho scale excels at doing a whole lot at a very affordable price — it includes 13 different measurements, including weight, BMI, body fat, and much more.
You don’t have to use the scale with an app, but if you do, it’s compatible with Samsung Health, Fitbit, Apple Health, and Google Fit, along with Apple Watch. As long as you connect this model with the right apps, it will do a good job of helping you reach the goals that you set. It can also independently chart your progress over days, weeks, months, and years. Theis rated at up to 396 pounds and requires three AAA batteries.
Fitbit Aria Air
If you’re a fan of Fitbit, you’ll want to check out the Fitbit Aria Air Smart Scale. The Aria Air is a joy to use with its simple setup process. You can connect it to your phone right away with the Bluetooth feature and start monitoring your weight and health.
While the shares many of the same features as the Withings Body Scale — it measures your weight, BMI, and body fat percentage — what separates the Aria is the Fitbit mobile dashboard. Fitbit is one of the most popular wearable manufacturers on the planet, and for good reason. The Fitbit app can do almost everything, including track your weight, track your hydration, log your meals, track calories in versus calories out, measure your steps, and send you encouraging messages to help you meet your goals. It also supports multiple user profiles.
The most obvious advantage of the Wyze Scale is that it’s built to work with the Wyze platform, and can sync easily with the Wyze app you use to control other devices and other Wyze products (it also works with Apple Health, Google Fit, and other popular apps). However, even if you aren’t invested in Wyze, it’s still an excellent and affordable smart scale, equipped with a full-surface glass sensor that will take readings no matter where you step.
Thecan monitor fat percentage, heart rate, lean body mass, and nine other various metrics to keep track of your health and weight over time. With protection level measurements, body water percentages, and basal metabolic rate tracking, it’s a great pick for serious fitness fans and bodybuilders, too. The scale can support eight different profiles — and even has a guest mode if a friend wants to try it out.
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