This Bluetooth Scale Does So Much More Than Weigh You, And It Costs Just $23 Today

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Scales are good! It is helpful to know your weight, especially if you are trying to cut it down. But traditional scales can only tell you so much – specifically, how many pounds (or kilograms) your body consists of. Everyone knows that body weight is not the best way to assess someone’s health and wellness, yet we do it anyway, probably because that’s what the number on our scale tells us.

What are some other measurements you could look to? There’s body fat, water percentage, muscle mass, BMI, BMR, bone mass and visceral fat. If only your scale would tell you those numbers, in addition to weight…

Well, this one does. It takes all eight of those measurements for you. And, even better, it automatically sends those readings to an app on your phone, so you can keep track of your progress over time. Today only, this do-everything scale is over half off.

Normally $55, this bluetooth scale is 58 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $55, this bluetooth scale is 58 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

1byone Bluetooth Body Fat Scale with IOS and Android App on sale for $22.99

Seventy-one percent of the 1,800+ customers who’ve reviewed this scale gave it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. Any complaints revolve around downloading the app on their phone, which can be entirely contributed to human error. It’s not the scale’s fault! Just make sure you follow the directions when it comes to downloading and connecting the scale to your phone via bluetooth. You don’t need WiFi, which is nice.

This person is weighing themselves in kilograms (Photo via Amazon)

This person is weighing themselves in kilograms (Photo via Amazon)

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