Nokia Body+ – Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale, white £49.99 Amazon

Nokia Body+ – Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale, white £49.99 Amazon

Found 27th Nov 2017
Product Description
A Wi-Fi scale that uses patented Position Control technology to deliver the most accurate body composition readings (weight, body fat and water percentage, plus muscle and bone mass). Nokia Body+ provides immediate on-screen feedback and automatically synchronizes with your smartphone to display trends and help you reach your goals.
Box Contains
Nokia Body +, 4 x AAA Batteries, Quick Installation Guide, Free Nokia Account, Free Nokia Health Mate App
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Heat! I've looked at these for a while and although they are kinda over priced, I'm sadly on a bit of a health kick at the moment and although scales aren't always the best guide to weight loss and fitness, this is a cracking price for a really nice set and will save me manually entering my weight into my phone, something I keep forgetting to do.
Good price, just bought one direct from Nokia for £53.95 as part of their Black Friday sale. Oh well.
This is basically a re-hash of the old withings smart scales, which are still regarded as the best scales you can buy. I paid about £120 quid years ago for them and didn't regret it. Not sure how much I trust the fat %, but being able to easily weigh yourself every day and automatically have a graph pn your phone showing progress definitely helps stay int he fitness mindset. You'll notice that one day you go up a pound, next day down and a half etc... it fluctuates with hydration etc. so this is much better than paying to go to a club once a week where you'll naturally get all conscious abotu what you're eating/drinking/wearing on the day of the weigh
oh and... it syncs with myfitness pal etc to keep an eye on what you eat

and go through to give 0.5% to chaaaaaarity
Thansk OP - jsut purchased...
I bought one for £30 back in January, still on its original batteries. It's great just having services update after a weigh-in. The weight graph you can make it display is pretty good too, shows your last 7 readings and so trends.
Looking at the reviews, there seems a few issues being reported following the change to Nokia (with the app) and also losing data when the batteries are changed ... anyone who has this noticed any problems ?
Does anyone know how this compares to the Xiaomi smart scale? I've got one only used it once so far due to not setting up new phone just yet. It needs the mi app maybe it would work better with the paid for app. I've not looked into it enough yet so hoping someone can advise?
can someone recommend me just a simple decent mechanical weighing scale that is accurate and doesn't change if i just step off and then on again?

this product is great, but i just want to know how much i weigh accurately each day.
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