TL;DR: Get personalized body measurements and insights with Innotech’s Bluetooth 4.0 smart scale, BMI analyzer and health monitor for $41.99, a 39% savings as of July 10.
Fitness trackers are cool, sure, but have you ever set foot on a smart scale?
Yeah, yeah, we know: The latest wellness trend is (rightfully) ditching the scale. No one needs to weight-shame themselves on a daily basis. But, if you’re at all interested in your health stats (especially the ones that are more important than body weight), this Innotech smart scale is seriously cool.
You can get a completely comprehensive look at all the numbers that make up your health status: your muscle mass, body fat percentage, visceral body fat, water weight, bone density, protein makeup, and basal metabolic rate.
These are the things that every bio-hacker wants to know. Or, you know, just your average person who likes to exercise, eat nutritious foods, and do other healthy-person things. (It’s especially fun if you’re about to start a new exercise regimen and want to track your progress.) It has a 4.5 out of 5-star rating on Amazon from over 600 reviews — so it’s clear some people, somewhere agree.
The Innotech Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Scale ($41.99, normally $69.95) uses bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) technology to provide accurate body composition measurements. It’s also insanely easy to set up: Just install the Innotech Scale app on your phone and pair your phone and scale via Bluetooth.
No matter your health log of choice — Apple Health, Google Fit, or Fitbit — the Innotech Bluetooth Smart Scale 4.0 easily integrates with all your other health info. Your scale automatically sends data to your phone and logs it, so any time you open the app, you can see detailed charts and graphs that show your progress among different stats over time.
If you want the whole family to get healthy, the Innotech Bluetooth Smart Scale 4.0 supports up to 10 users on one scale. Plus, its sleek design looks at home in any bathroom. What do you have to lose other than some unhealthy habits?