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Mi Body Composition Scale 2 White G-Shaped Sensor / BIA High Precision Chip / 13 Body Data Modes / Balance Capacity Test

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Mi Body Composition Scale 2 White G-Shaped Sensor / BIA High Precision Chip / 13 Body Data Modes / Balance Capacity Test
Mi Body Composition Scale 2 White G-Shaped Sensor / BIA High Precision Chip / 13 Body Data Modes / Balance Capacity Test

Description

  • G-shaped sensor, can detect as little as 50 g.
  • High precision BIA chip, easy to control body fat index
  • 13 body data modes, a complete understanding of your fitness
  • Balance test, you can lift a foot with your eyes closed.
  • Supports three mass units: catty, kilogram and pounds.

Additional information

Specification: Mi Body Composition Scale 2 White G-Shaped Sensor / BIA High Precision Chip / 13 Body Data Modes / Balance Capacity Test

Batteries

4 AAA batteries required.

Package Dimensions

33.9 x 32.4 x 4.4 cm, 50 Grams

Date First Available

20 Oct. 2020

Manufacturer

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Country of origin

China

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Mi Body Composition Scale 2 White G-Shaped Sensor / BIA High Precision Chip / 13 Body Data Modes / Balance Capacity Test

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  1. GG

    Bought these to replace a failing set of Salter scales. Already use mi products so this was an obvious choice. Easy to synch to the app, and, unfortunately for me after lockdown, very very accurate.

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  2. Sackboi96

    I really wouldn’t recommend this to anyone whos users have very similar weights. It constantly syncs both our weights together so my app sometimes thinks I’ve gained 5kg in a day. It’s understandable that the scale has no way to know who is on the scale but it really needs a way for a user to confirm the sync when it’s used. I will come to use the scale and because it stores multiple scales it will sync every thing your app hasn’t synced including any other weights of a similar weight. I presume it needs a 10kg difference to work flawlessly. So now I’m having to delete the incorrect readings on each device which sucks. Hopefully a simple update will make a work around for this. Otherwise it’s an amazing product that connects with no effort. The data it produces is really helpful in working on weight goals. It’s build quality for the price is outstanding. I wish it was a bit slimmer but for the price I’m not complaining. Overall it’s a great and when a solution to the mixing of…

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  3. P J

    Work really well with the App and give loads of interesting information which encourages you to live a little more healthily….
    Now used regularly by several family members.

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  4. Fwaffy

    Clear display of weight and the app connectivity provides all the information I would want. Scales quantify just how unfit I am, something I already knew. The history help me track my progress and fits in nicely with the Mi Band information

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  5. Sergio

    I love this scale, quite discrete and works perfectly. Love the connection with the app – I also have the band, so I imagine combines both data. Very recommended!

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  6. Maris

    How accurate they can be if when stepping up first time it shows you over 1kg more than stepping on second time.
    And after weighting yourself it’s not going back to 0 but stops at 1.7kg and starting to show that number on app as well.

    Mi app is just mess. Good you can use Zepp app, it’s very similar, but just a bit better.

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  7. David

    Works well paired to the Mi app, although to be honest, the only accurate measurement seems to be yoor weightr. All other measurements seem to be off quite a bit as it just uses algorthyoms to create yoru fat content ect.

    It did please me when i got a body age score of 32 when ive just tuirned 40 🙂

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  8. Betta

    After having a Fitbit Aria for many years, l was looking for a little more statistics than just “weight” and “body fat” in order to track my progress.

    Through the MiFit app, this scales offer information about: weight, body fat %, protein %, BMI, muscles %, water %, basal metabolism, visceral fat and bone mass. Based on these infos, the app gives you a “body score” and “body age” and shows a graph of how you compare to users of same age and height.
    I can’t really argue about how precise these information are going to be as I don’t have any callipers or other instruments to verify them, but to be honest I am not really interested on number themselves, I just like to see them shifting if that makes sense. For example: I don’t care if these scales say my body fat it’s 31% (well I do care a little bit but, hey nobody is perfect) and the Fitbit Aria says 21% – although I would say just by looking at the mirror that the Aria is closer to the truth – what I really want to see is that number…

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