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This amazing scale from Vida can help you track fat, calories and BMI.

It is an indispensable tool for anyone on a diet or keep fit regime. Or for anyone who just wants to monitor their healthy lifestyle.

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Made with tempered glass this accurate smart scale is powered by two AAA batteries (not supplied).

The bundled app opens up a whole variety of options for the user. Use with Android or iOS to monitor weight and other measurements.

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The app also allows you see your progress against targets and goals you have set.

The Xenta smart scale is ideal for all the family and the app can track 10 different users. It's a must for every family's bathroom.

What can you measure?
The app with the smart scale allows you to measure:

Weight

Fat

Water

Muscle

Bone

BMI

Calories

Visceral fat

" Visceral fat The scale has a bright LCD display and has an automatic on and off to preserve battery life. There is also a built in overload and low battery indicator.

The scale has a generous capacity with a maximum weight of over 26stones (396lbs).

Features
Product size: 300 x 300 x 25mm

Material: tempered glass and ABS

High precision strain gauge sensor

Unit: kg/lb D=0.1kg/0.2lb

Capacity:3kg~180kg /396lb|

Power: 2 x 1.5V AAA batteries

LCD size: 73 x 29mm

10 users

Auto on and off

Overload and low battery indicator

Measure weight, fat, water, muscle, bone, BMI, calories, visceral fat and age through APP

Support IOS and Android
Community Updates

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Top comments
So does anyone know if they are good or not?
Don't fancy dropping a whole £16.48 and regretting it for the rest of my life.
21 Comments
They're rubbish.
These look like the Homever scales on Amazon going at £26.99 on Prime. 4.5 stars with 626 reviews. So looks a great deal.
So does anyone know if they are good or not?
Don't fancy dropping a whole £16.48 and regretting it for the rest of my life.
Biggunspaul22/02/2020 19:37

So does anyone know if they are good or not? Don't fancy dropping a whole …So does anyone know if they are good or not? Don't fancy dropping a whole £16.48 and regretting it for the rest of my life.


Comments like the first one don't help people one iota, I csnt imagine he has a Youtube channel reviewing smart scales
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 22nd Feb
MrSwitch22/02/2020 19:38

Comments like the first one don't help people one iota, I csnt imagine he …Comments like the first one don't help people one iota, I csnt imagine he has a Youtube channel reviewing smart scales


I would say something but self promotion and all that jazz 😄
Biggunspaul22/02/2020 19:48

I would say something but self promotion and all that jazz 😄


you come up on my suggested videos on the tube.
MrSwitch22/02/2020 19:38

Comments like the first one don't help people one iota, I csnt imagine he …Comments like the first one don't help people one iota, I csnt imagine he has a Youtube channel reviewing smart scales


TBF they are rubbish.
Get the salter ones in Lidl’s tomorrow for £15,might help someone
Biggunspaul22/02/2020 17:48

What makes th rubbish?


The readings are so ridiculously wrong, It makes them meaningless. Basically, it just reads your weight, everything else is rubbish. The app is cool though.
gizmokaka23/02/2020 07:32

The readings are so ridiculously wrong, It makes them meaningless. …The readings are so ridiculously wrong, It makes them meaningless. Basically, it just reads your weight, everything else is rubbish. The app is cool though.



and also @FatherTed


where is your evidence for this? genuinely, I'm intruiged.

Bioelectrical impedance analysis is a very well understood technology and are accurate to 3-4%. it isn't hyper accurate, but then no home method really is. BIA scales are usually one of the best if not the best when used properly - do it first thing in the morning, try not to drink water for 2 hours, or food for 8 hours, do your pees and poos before weighing and do that consistently every time you weigh yourself and it will be a very convenient way to tell your body fat, musle mass, etc.

Senslessly dissing a product without having done any research is a bit silly.
Edited by: "LionelRichieFan" 23rd Feb
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if you are quick these ones are 16.59 in amazon prime if you wanted it quick at a similar price
No way would scales be able to effectively distinguish between body fat and weight from muscle, I'd say using the mirror is a more accurate reflection on body fat % than these, so long as you are following a realistic guide of BF % to start with
LionelRichieFan23/02/2020 13:03

and also @FatherTed where is your evidence for this? genuinely, I'm …and also @FatherTed where is your evidence for this? genuinely, I'm intruiged. Bioelectrical impedance analysis is a very well understood technology and are accurate to 3-4%. it isn't hyper accurate, but then no home method really is. BIA scales are usually one of the best if not the best when used properly - do it first thing in the morning, try not to drink water for 2 hours, or food for 8 hours, do your pees and poos before weighing and do that consistently every time you weigh yourself and it will be a very convenient way to tell your body fat, musle mass, etc.Senslessly dissing a product without having done any research is a bit silly.


Recently had a full medical. My BF% was around 17.5. I've since lost over a stone, Reading from the scales is 32-33%. Same for calories at rest. This scale says 1800,whereas from my medical, cals for me is 3200. Basically it's rubbish. My anker one was a little out but not that far out
gizmokaka23/02/2020 14:19

Recently had a full medical. My BF% was around 17.5. I've since lost over …Recently had a full medical. My BF% was around 17.5. I've since lost over a stone, Reading from the scales is 32-33%. Same for calories at rest. This scale says 1800,whereas from my medical, cals for me is 3200. Basically it's rubbish. My anker one was a little out but not that far out


3200? That's insane! The average is around 1500-2000 for a bloke and lower for a lass. (If it is your BMR as I understand it) are you certain the doc calculated your resting calories and not total daily calories? My scales' BMR calculator doesn't even go up to that value.

You definitely take off your socks when you stand on it?

I have one at my house and one at my fiance's and they both work very accurately when compared to the several hundred pound ones at my gym and compared to the one at Tesco's that you pay 50p for and get a receipt with your info on. I've also used fat calipers and it is accurate when compared to that too, for all combined 11 people in both households. Perhaps you have a unique body that doesn't work with this machine or a dud unit? Sports scientists generally say that it is a good, if not the best method for home body fat analysis.

For reference my scales cost £19 and £29 respectively both on Amazon

Edit:

Also, you sound fit by the sounds of your BMR and body fat, so I presume you go to the gym.
Do you take creatine monohydrate? That increases your water mass and could be one of the factors throwing off your body fat percentages.
Another could be if your settings were done wrong, ie, the app thinks you are older/different sex/height etc
Edited by: "LionelRichieFan" 23rd Feb
RockyBarlowa23/02/2020 13:44

No way would scales be able to effectively distinguish between body fat …No way would scales be able to effectively distinguish between body fat and weight from muscle, I'd say using the mirror is a more accurate reflection on body fat % than these, so long as you are following a realistic guide of BF % to start with


It is really clever actually. It uses the bioelectrical impedance of your body combined with weight, height, age, gender, and years of calculations and data analysis on the matter to come up with an accurate measurement.

The scales alone only calculate bioelectrical impedance and weight. Everything else is calculated by the app using more data.


BIA can calculate your body water very accurately, from this, drawing from years of analysis data sets it can estimate your fat to within 3-4%, from your height, gender and weight it knows rough bone mass, and so on and so fourth. The science is there,have a look, it's interesting research
Edited by: "LionelRichieFan" 23rd Feb
LionelRichieFan23/02/2020 20:47

3200? That's insane! The average is around 1500-2000 for a bloke and lower …3200? That's insane! The average is around 1500-2000 for a bloke and lower for a lass. (If it is your BMR as I understand it) are you certain the doc calculated your resting calories and not total daily calories? My scales' BMR calculator doesn't even go up to that value.You definitely take off your socks when you stand on it? I have one at my house and one at my fiance's and they both work very accurately when compared to the several hundred pound ones at my gym and compared to the one at Tesco's that you pay 50p for and get a receipt with your info on. I've also used fat calipers and it is accurate when compared to that too, for all combined 11 people in both households. Perhaps you have a unique body that doesn't work with this machine or a dud unit? Sports scientists generally say that it is a good, if not the best method for home body fat analysis. For reference my scales cost £19 and £29 respectively both on AmazonEdit:Also, you sound fit by the sounds of your BMR and body fat, so I presume you go to the gym. Do you take creatine monohydrate? That increases your water mass and could be one of the factors throwing off your body fat percentages.Another could be if your settings were done wrong, ie, the app thinks you are older/different sex/height etc


those were the figures i got from the medical staff. i'm 6ft 3, 240lbs, now 220 and going on towards 200-210. still currently on a diet and am roughly going through 2000 to 2500 cals a day, and losing around 2lbs a week. i do go to the gym 3-4 times a week but don't take supplements, i don't wear socks when getting on it (seriously? (lol)) , and i checked all the settings. Very possibly have a dud unit so may get another just to check if mine was a dud, and to satisfy my (and your) curiosity!!!
just bought a new one. will report back!
gizmokaka24/02/2020 12:43

those were the figures i got from the medical staff. i'm 6ft 3, 240lbs, …those were the figures i got from the medical staff. i'm 6ft 3, 240lbs, now 220 and going on towards 200-210. still currently on a diet and am roughly going through 2000 to 2500 cals a day, and losing around 2lbs a week. i do go to the gym 3-4 times a week but don't take supplements, i don't wear socks when getting on it (seriously? (lol)) , and i checked all the settings. Very possibly have a dud unit so may get another just to check if mine was a dud, and to satisfy my (and your) curiosity!!!


aha, you would be supprised some do wear socks and not realise how it works. I had a BMI of 26.5ish, and I was around the 25% body fat range, now my bmi is 24.2 and body fat is 20-21%.

one of the best rough guides is to look at an image of various body fat percentages in men and compare yourself.
do the scales consistently, first thing in the morning, no food or water before, use bathroom before, don't shower immediately before. With this method even if the scales are off by 5% in absolute terms, they should remain accurate relative to the results you are getting, so you can measure improvement, even if it is off (which it shouldn't be)

Weekly waist measurements also are a great help.
I look forward to seeing how the scales work for you!
LionelRichieFan23/02/2020 20:47

3200? That's insane! The average is around 1500-2000 for a bloke and lower …3200? That's insane! The average is around 1500-2000 for a bloke and lower for a lass. (If it is your BMR as I understand it) are you certain the doc calculated your resting calories and not total daily calories? My scales' BMR calculator doesn't even go up to that value.You definitely take off your socks when you stand on it? I have one at my house and one at my fiance's and they both work very accurately when compared to the several hundred pound ones at my gym and compared to the one at Tesco's that you pay 50p for and get a receipt with your info on. I've also used fat calipers and it is accurate when compared to that too, for all combined 11 people in both households. Perhaps you have a unique body that doesn't work with this machine or a dud unit? Sports scientists generally say that it is a good, if not the best method for home body fat analysis. For reference my scales cost £19 and £29 respectively both on AmazonEdit:Also, you sound fit by the sounds of your BMR and body fat, so I presume you go to the gym. Do you take creatine monohydrate? That increases your water mass and could be one of the factors throwing off your body fat percentages.Another could be if your settings were done wrong, ie, the app thinks you are older/different sex/height etc


Any recommendations of a good scale?
LionelRichieFan24/02/2020 15:39

aha, you would be supprised some do wear socks and not realise how it …aha, you would be supprised some do wear socks and not realise how it works. I had a BMI of 26.5ish, and I was around the 25% body fat range, now my bmi is 24.2 and body fat is 20-21%.one of the best rough guides is to look at an image of various body fat percentages in men and compare yourself.do the scales consistently, first thing in the morning, no food or water before, use bathroom before, don't shower immediately before. With this method even if the scales are off by 5% in absolute terms, they should remain accurate relative to the results you are getting, so you can measure improvement, even if it is off (which it shouldn't be)Weekly waist measurements also are a great help.I look forward to seeing how the scales work for you!


new scales arrived, and results are better but still not great. now i'm 26% BFR, and BMR is 2100kcal. i guess i'll just use it as a scale!
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