What is the opinion of Reddit about the
eufy, Smart Scale with Bluetooth, Body Fat Scale, Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale, 12 Measurements, Weight/Body Fat/BMI, Fitness Body Composition Analysis, Black/White, lbs/kg/st?

A total of 6 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point

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11th Jan 2018

One of the scales I was looking at was this one: https://www.amazon.com/BodySense-Bluetooth-Composition-Analysis-Tempered/dp/B01MFAABKO

Whike the body composition numbers prob aren’t the most accurate, it might be nice info to track, Eufy/Anker is a solid brand, and most importantly, it’s on sale right now.

1 point

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22nd Sep 2017

I got this one, seems very accurate, bluetooth app for tracking history, has great reviews and is relatively inexpensive. I have been very happy with it thus far.

https://www.amazon.com/BodySense-Bluetooth-Composition-Analysis-Tempered/dp/B01MFAABKO

1 point

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10th Feb 2017

Eufy BodySense Smart Scale with Bluetooth, Large LED Display, Weight/Body Fat/BMI/Fitness Body Composition Analysis, Auto On/Off, Auto Zeroing, Tempered Glass Surface, Black/White, lbs/kg/st Units https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MFAABKO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_oJxNybGVPYSXF

theres another one i dont remember, which scale do you have?

3 points

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28th Mar 2019

This is the scale I recently bought by Eufy and I’m liking it a lot. It also seems like it might be on sale right now, or it got a price drop. It’s $30, used to be $40-45.

The Wirecutter by the New York Times rated it their favorite smart scale

It doesn’t sync directly to LoseIt, but it does sync to Apple Health, and I think Apple Health will sync weight data to LoseIt (that’s what a quick Google search seems to tell me, I use MyFitnessPal personally.) And you can manually import Apple Health weight data to HappyScale (that’s what I do, it’ll do it automatically if you have the premium version)

This scale by Withings syncs directly with LoseIt. It’s quite a bit more pricey than the Eufy though ($100 vs $30), but it has WiFi in addition to Bluetooth so you don’t have to have your phone nearby when you use it.

Tom’s Guide rated it their best smart scale (The Eufy was runner-up.) PCMag also gave both it and the Eufy "Editor’s Choice" in their review of smart scales

Withings also has this scale for $60. Tom’s Guide rated it their best budget smart scale. It also syncs directly with LoseIt and is WiFi + Bluetooth. However, it doesn’t measure body composition (e.g. body fat percentage). Body fat measurement isn’t the most accurate on smart scales, but I like it to at least get a ballpark figure and notice trends.

Also to note, The Wirecutter said that the Withings (the $100 one) used to be their top pick, but an app update made it difficult to connect to, both on WiFi and Bluetooth. They said the same issue affected the $60 one. But that was over 6 months ago, so it may be fixed. I dunno.

Wow, didn’t expect to write that much about scales, hah. Hope it’s helpful!

0 points

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6th May 2021

I’m using this guy https://www.amazon.com/eufy-Bluetooth-Wireless-Measurements-Composition/dp/B01MFAABKO

Was just reading the reviews though… so now I’m not sure about the BF accuracy… 😀