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eufy Smart Scale C1 with Bluetooth Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon £18.09 Prime / £22.58 Non Prime)

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Posted 12th Jan

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Eufy Smart Scale C1 with Bluetooth, Body Fat Scale, Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale, 12 Measurements, Weight/Body Fat/BMI, Fitness Body Composition Analysis, Black/White, lbs/kg

Listed as £23.09 option to add £5 voucher to bring it down to £18.09.
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  • HOLISTIC HEALTH: Instantly learn 12 insightful measurements of your body's health, such as Weight, Body Fat, BMI, Bone Mass, Muscle Mass, and more.
  • USE WITH 3RD-PARTY APPS: Track your measurements on Apple Health, Google Fit, and Fitbit.
  • ACCURACY IMPROVED BY 10%: Two pairs of super-sensitive G-shaped sensors ensure more precise measurements compared to other sensor types.
  • FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY: Track the health trends of up to 16 users from one account, and the large LED display is easy to read for all ages.
  • WHAT YOU GET: Smart Scale C1, AAA batteries x3, Quick Start Guide, User Manual, and our worry-free 15-month warranty

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Why do people still measure in stone anyway? Metric system much less complicated!
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Edited by: "jonem" 12th Jan
iwilliams5412/01/2020 08:50

Measures in pound and kg only looks like.


I've got these scales and it does measure in stones , hope this helps they are very good
Scales, app, science

... Mirror am I fat looks like it. Train harder
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Measures in pound and kg only looks like.
I've got these scales and they perform really well. I use it to get info into Apple Health and then on to myfitnesspal. I use Inbody 270 stats once a fortnight at my gym and these scales, whilst not as accurate as that £7000 machine, are pretty much in the ballpark.

On a sidenote, those wanting to monitor the loss of weight and are using IOS should take a look at Happyscale. It's awesome and worth paying for all the features
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Jan
iwilliams5412/01/2020 08:50

Measures in pound and kg only looks like.


I've got these scales and it does measure in stones , hope this helps they are very good
Scales, app, science

... Mirror am I fat looks like it. Train harder
jessiechops12/01/2020 09:19

I've got these scales and it does measure in stones , hope this helps they …I've got these scales and it does measure in stones , hope this helps they are very good


Are you sure you don't have the Smart Scale version? There's a review on these C1's to suggest stones not available...

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Is not having a stone measurement really a dealbreaker?
I have a similar one, and these really are very cool and accurate enough.
Edited by: "Jason_L" 12th Jan
Is there anyway to use these with Garmin connect?
by smart do you mean it says get off you fat b'stard? who ate all the pies? etc
Great scales. I know someone who has them and they swear by them. I have these by Renpho, they work really well and have stellar reviews on Amazon

Renpho Scales Amazon
davidh555512/01/2020 10:35

Is there anyway to use these with Garmin connect?


Looks like they aren't and have to go via My Fitness Pal which Connect can read from.
Why do people still measure in stone anyway? Metric system much less complicated!
Shame the white version doesnt have the same discount
Seems pretty reasonable and probably need to replace the inaccurate cheap mechanical scales we’ve been using for years. Thanks OP
Could someone explain what the benefit of having a Bluetooth with app version of scales. Is it worth spending 18 quid to upgrade my non Bluetooth one that does all the fat/water/bmi stuff and I can just read the screen on that?
Anyone know how this compares to the RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale?
Imran_Razaq12/01/2020 12:12

Anyone know how this compares to the RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale?


Yes I saw that one and s going to buy until I saw this one: comparison anyone please?
Msx9812/01/2020 11:50

Could someone explain what the benefit of having a Bluetooth with app …Could someone explain what the benefit of having a Bluetooth with app version of scales. Is it worth spending 18 quid to upgrade my non Bluetooth one that does all the fat/water/bmi stuff and I can just read the screen on that?


The data collected by the scale can be sent to an app on your phone and then you can keep track of things via the app. Basically reducing the effort involved; as long as you stand on the scale every once in a while you will know whether or not you're gaining weight without having to try and remember what you were last week or write that down yourself.
The C1 and P1 scales don't do stones, just lbs and KG
I've got one. I use it roughly once every two weeks and every time I have to put new batteries.
iwilliams5412/01/2020 08:50

Measures in pound and kg only looks like.


You could easily get the results sent to a Google spreadsheet and then set up a formula to output all readings in your preferred weight
GapsOfTheGod12/01/2020 09:50

Are you sure you don't have the Smart Scale version? There's a review on …Are you sure you don't have the Smart Scale version? There's a review on these C1's to suggest stones not available...[Image]


Sorry I was in work and just got home and had a look it does appear to be the smart scale version apologies for any misleading information
Fakespot grade F.
Adjusted review 1.5 stars

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Edited by: "jonem" 12th Jan
davidh555512/01/2020 10:35

Is there anyway to use these with Garmin connect?




davidh555512/01/2020 10:35

Is there anyway to use these with Garmin connect?


You can connect this unit with Fitbit and Apple Health. If you have IOS then once the data has been imported you can export it to Garmin Connect. Looks like Android is no go
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Jan
Discount only seems to apply on the black model and not the white. Great price though! 🔥
I have these are they DO NOT measure in Stone - however they are awesome, I bought them about a year ago for £24. at £18 they are a bargain.
Techgl12/01/2020 17:43

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No its for sending texts to your phone for trying to be a smart ass
I've got these and love them, had them over a year and weigh myself every few days. I love that the app tracks the weight over time. It's really good.
Techgl12/01/2020 17:43

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They can probably string a sentence together which clearly you cannot, so in future try to spell check before you leave an offensive comment.

In regards to the scales; purchased these in November (had a voucher that reduced them to £12?) and although I was concerned with the high fake alert have found them to be superb! Bit annoying that they don’t show Stone & lb on the display however you can determine which weight format you want to track via the app.
£19.87 last time around 13 April 2019. Was with free iphone x case...
How easy is it switch between users? Can it somehow automatically differentiate or do you have to manually select who's weighing themselves?
I'm on the market for some accurate scales. Does anyone know which is the best one out there and not too expensive?
The P1 Scales are great also... it’s syncs with account that has the closes stats we use two different accounts rather than a family account. Just turn on phone / app within 10 mins of weigh in and it auto syncs.
I've got these, best scales I've ever owned.
Had one of these for a while. It barely functioned. Flat out refused to connect the app after 3 months and now has crashed completely and displays random figures.
For those in here that own these scales, how quick and easy are they to use when connecting over Bluetooth? If you just want to weigh yourself each morning, how long does the process take? I.e. do you have to turn it on first then wait a while for it to connect to your phone? Or does it stay in standby and then when you stand on it comes on and then connects to your phone after a few seconds?

I'm looking for something that connects and works very quickly. Thanks.
Chipps12/01/2020 18:46

They can probably string a sentence together which clearly you cannot, so …They can probably string a sentence together which clearly you cannot, so in future try to spell check before you leave an offensive comment.In regards to the scales; purchased these in November (had a voucher that reduced them to £12?) and although I was concerned with the high fake alert have found them to be superb! Bit annoying that they don’t show Stone & lb on the display however you can determine which weight format you want to track via the app.


I'm so glad you can determine between the two weight metrics on your app, wouldnt want you to become confused.
jonem12/01/2020 16:13

Fakespot grade F.Adjusted review 1.5 stars Fakespot grade F.Adjusted review 1.5 stars https://www.fakespot.com/product/eufy-bodysense-smart-scale-with-bluetooth-4-0-large-led-display-weight-body-fat-bmi-fitness-body-composition-analysis-auto-on-off-auto-zeroing-tempered-glass-surface-black[Image]


I'd take that with a pinch of salt.
They seem to have lost their way with whatever algorithm they are using these days, see Trustpilot.
I ran loads of links through Fakespot before buying stuff for Christmas and every single one came back with really poor ratings to the point I figured you couldn't buy anything on Amazon ever again.
Techgl12/01/2020 19:33

I'm so glad you can determine between the two weight metrics on your app, …I'm so glad you can determine between the two weight metrics on your app, wouldnt want you to become confused.


Ouch that really hurt my feelings - the key board warrior in you is very strong

Think you should purchase the scales and get yourself down the gym and try let off some of that grumpy miserable old man in you
These scales are so pointless and yes, I do workout ie lift weights, run etc. You're better off taking photos of you standing facing different directions and comparing every 3 months.
Bad.Actor12/01/2020 19:36

I'd take that with a pinch of salt.They seem to have lost their way with …I'd take that with a pinch of salt.They seem to have lost their way with whatever algorithm they are using these days, see Trustpilot.I ran loads of links through Fakespot before buying stuff for Christmas and every single one came back with really poor ratings to the point I figured you couldn't buy anything on Amazon ever again.



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