What is the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale?
The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale is more than just a wireless scale. This device measures your body composition down to the smallest detail. In addition to your weight, the scale also measures a range of other body components including:
- body fat;
- bone mass;
- muscle mass;
- body water;
- lean mass;
- visceral fat rating (fat that surrounds the inner organs);
The scale has Bluetooth and WiFi features that easily sync to your smartphone or tablet, allowing you to view and manage your data online via the free iHealth MyVitals app. The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale supports up to 20 users and can store up to 200 measurements for each user, so it can be used by the whole family.
What is the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale used for?
A healthy weight is more than just a number on a scale. It is also based on other factors, such as BMI, hydration and muscle mass. The iHealth Body Analysis Scale allows you to keep track of your body weight online and also see how your body weight is made up. In addition, you can set goals and share your results instantly with friends, family or your doctor. In short, this scale allows you to lose weight and keep it off in a more manageable, fun and easier way.
How does the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale work?
The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale uses four electronic sensors to measure and analyse your body composition. It also compares data with your previous measurements. The app allows you to see at a glance if you have gained or lost weight, and what this means for your health and the goals you have set. The scale runs on four AAA batteries and can be used online or offline.
How to use the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale
Prior to first use, download the iHealth MyVitals app to your smartphone or tablet and turn on the WiFi and Bluetooth connections as described in the Quick Start Guide. Then stand on the scale with bare feet and wait for your weight and fat percentage to appear on the screen. The other measured components can be viewed on your phone or tablet via the iHealth app. See manual for a detailed explanation on how to use and maximize the value of this state-of-the-art scale.
When not to use the iHealth Wireless Analysis Scale
The device should not be used by people with pacemakers due to electrical interference. The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale is designed for adults, but can also be used by children weighing nine kilograms or more. Note: the scale will not be able to give you an accurate reading of the fat percentage of children under the age of 10.