iWeight Smart Scale

iWeight is the smart scale that solves your weight problems.

 
Uses the latest technology
 
Easy and simple to use
Ultra-modern design

Weight facts

Monitoring

Monitoring your weight and tracking your body composition over time, will help reduce your weight

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Controll

You can control your scale by Bluetooth from your phone and an iOS and Android compatible app.

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Design

Available in a range of colours, made from highly durable materials.

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iWheight Smart Scale

If you are looking to keep fit, tracking and monitoring your body weight is a necessity.

You need to keep track of your weight so you can make the necessary adjustments in a bid to stay fit. An iWeight Smart Scale comes in handy to help you take your body weight, keep records, and keep track of your progress.

These scales are linked to your devices such as smartphones or personal computers so you can access a detailed report of your weight, among other metrics.

How does an iWeight Smart Scale Work?

An iWeight smart scale work through bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) technology. This entails measuring how much your body is resistant to induced electric pulse. When you stand on the scale, a low-grade electrical signal is sent up your body and scale establishes how fast it moves up.

If you have lots of fats in your body, the electric pulse is bound to travel slower while a less fatty body means more water; hence the pulse will move faster.

Based on how fast the pulse travels through your body, the scale can then establish how much muscle mass, bone, and fats are in your body.

When values for the different metrics are established, the scale then sends this information to whatever fitness app you have installed in your devices. It is stored, and you can use it to track your fitness progress.

The fitness app on your phone not only helps you to track any changes but also allows you to set goals for yourself.

Most iWeight Smart Scales come with their own apps, but in case yours does not ensure it is compatible with your fitness app.

Benefits of Using iWeight Smart Scales

An iWeight Smart Scale not only helps you to keep fit by keeping track of your weight but also enables you to do so in the most convenient way. It puts the following benefits at your disposal:

• Convenience

If you own your own iWeight Smart Scale, you can conveniently measure your weight wherever and whenever.

You could be having a tight schedule that may deny you the opportunity to visit a fitness entity to track your weight, but an iWeight Smart Scale conveniently takes care of you.

• They are Way Better than Manual Scales

iWeight Smart Scales are miles ahead of analog scales. They are automated, and you do not have to manually keep records since the linked apps do that as soon as you step on the scale. Furthermore, they offer more detailed data that you can use to streamline your fitness endeavor.

Even better, you can set fitness goals and keep track of these goals through the collected data.

  • ConsistencyAn iWeight Smart Scale provides you with the much-needed consistency that is a necessity to keeping fit. It not only offers accurate figures but also allows you to keep track of your weight consistently. You can tell from the records how well your fitness journey is turning out.• Better FeaturesAnalog scales just offer readings and nothing more, while iWeight Smart Scales can measure other metrics such as muscle mass and body fat. They are more enhanced to provide better details that you can use in your fitness plan.

    What Metrics Can an iWeight Smart Scale Measure?

    An iWeight Smart Scale is not limited to weight; it can help to measure and keep track of other body metrics. Such metrics could include the following:

    • Body Mass Index (BMI)

    Body mass index is the ratio of your weight to your height. This is a critical value in measuring whether your health status. BMI is used to determine whether you are overweight. If your BMI is less than 18.5, you are underweight, and above 25, you are automatically overweight. Healthy individuals range between 18.5 and 24.9.

    The only fault in this metric is that muscular individuals may be classified as overweight because they weigh more while lean ones may be underweight. It is, however, a useful metric to track your fitness.

    • Body Fat Percentage

    This is a measure of how much of your body weight is made of fatty tissues. This is among the best measurement to track if you are looking to reduce your body fat percentage. However, you should know that it is not healthy to have very low fat levels in your body.

    The healthy fats percentage for a man ranges between 18 and 25% and between 25 and 31% for women. Having low levels of fats may make you appear fit, but for a man, the fats levels should not drop below 6% and 11% for women. A drop below these levels may lead to disruption of normal body functioning.

    • Muscle Mass

    This is how much of your body weight consists of muscle tissues. It is the opposite of the body fat percentage. If you are looking to bulk up or gain some muscle, this is the metric you should be tracking keenly.

    It is hard to tell whether your weight gain is muscles or fats by a mere look in the mirror, but luckily an iWeight Smart Scale will give you the correct assessment. The scale gives you accurate figures and can help you set muscle goals.

    • Lean Body Mass (Fat-Free Body Weight)

    This is your body’s total weight without the fat weight. It includes bone weight, water weight and muscle weight. An iWeight Smart Scale can help you measure this as well as bone mass and water weight. Consequently, you can tell where you need to increase or decrease.

    When to Use an iWeight Smart Scale

    You can use your iWeight Smart Scale at your convenience, but you should consider the following:

    • Hydration; if you are not well hydrated, the measurements may not be accurate since the results are majorly water content-related.

    • Before eating; after eating body fat readings can be inaccurate.

    • Before exercising; take the measurements before exercising. Exercises tend to boost up the body's electric conductivity; hence the results may not be accurate.