Measure your weight, BMI and other health stats with this Nokia Withings Body Smart Wi-Fi scale. It provides various body composition data points like body fat and water percentage, and it tracks data of up to eight users in the household. Pair this Nokia Withings Body Wi-Fi scale with your smartphone to receive real-time data and analysis via the Health Mate app.
Measures up to 396.8 lbs. in 3.5-oz. increments
So you can easily monitor your weight in kilograms, pounds and stones.
Full body composition
The scale monitors weight, plus body fat, muscle, bone mass and water percentage.
Set a weight goal and manage your daily calorie budget.
Easily see your results
Digital display provides clear readability.
Accurate by design
Get accurate measurements with Position Control technology, a unique body position detector. Accurate to +/- 0.2 lbs (+/- 100 g).
For every stage of life
Keep track of the whole family's growth with Pregnancy Tracker (healthy weight gain range and obstetrician-reviewed advice) and Baby Mode, to track the youngest members.
Up to 8 users can weigh themselves and access their personal weight histories, as the scale automatically recognizes who's who.
Operates on 4 AAA alkaline batteries for reliable performance.
Data from every weigh-in appears automatically via Wi-Fi in the free Health Mate app.
Compatible with fitness apps
This smart scale syncs with Apple Health plus more than 100 top health and fitness apps including Google Fit, MyFitnessPal, and LoseIt. Plus, an Alexa Skill that works with Health Mate is available.
More reasons to step on
Get a localized weather forecast during weigh-in on scale's screen and see the previous day's steps if you use a compatible tracker or activate in-app step counting.
The data this scale is supposed to track is cool to know, however, I NEVER got a consistent reading of my measurements. The scale is also off. I have two scales that I tested with. I placed 2 15-pound weights on the scales (at the suggestion on WITHINGS due to my issues). My $25 digital scale showed a measurement of 30.0 pounds, while this Body+ scale showed a measurement of 30.4 pounds or 30.3 pounds. This little bit may not seem a lot, but when a scare is advertised to be highly accurate, I would not expect a much cheaper scale to be more accurate. I would weigh myself 2/3 times in a row (waiting 10+ seconds between measurements), different measurements each time. I have reached out to Withings for support but no or little response. I ended up returning this $100 paperweight. While others have raved about this scale, I cannot. Maybe it's a bad unit, I don't know but I was very disappointed in this purchase.
Bought this originally to track weight loss. My regular scale was pretty accurate, but I had to input the number manually in my app, or take pictures for later use.
This scale also measures BMI, Muscle and Fat mass, measures water percentage and bone density. Once you step on it, it automatically sends the data to your phone, from there you can use the native app or myfitnesspal to see your progress. 4 starts because body fat and muscle mass are not very accurate, but can still be used as to track progress after a period of time. Weight seems to be pretty accurate and consistent.
I have had this scale for 4 months now and could not be happier. I bought this after switching off the Fitbit Aria (which failed to work constantly). This scale has been absolutely perfect. WiFi data sent straight to iPhone. Tracks weight, bmi, muscle mass, fat, etc. All of these are then placed onto a graph that you can see monthly, quarterly, and annual trends. Down 11 lbs. since purchasing and I know the scale has a lot to do with it.
I bought this to replace an aging and broken Fitbit Aria. I was weary to leave the Fitbit community but since Nokia purchased Withings, I figured it would be a safe purchase since Withings devices are known for connecting to pretty much every fitness app out there. I have had zero problems connecting it to Samsung Health and myfitnesspal. It tells me way more than my Aria did, seems far more reliable and accurate. Above all else, it looks better and feels of higher construction quality if you ask me. Go buy one.
Okay. I needed a new scale.
And I am thinking of getting an Apple Watch.
So I wanted a scale that had some kind of connectivity. So away I went, to investigate what was available, and what they do.
Basically, they all hook up with wi-fi, Bluetooth, or both. And can sync with your "Health Apps". So without having to think about it, you have access anywhere to your progress in many areas.
As scales do, it weighs you. Then it does some funky mumbo-jumbo, and tells you how much water you have in your system, in percentage. The weight of your bones, and muscle. Then it gives you a general weather report for that day, and the next. Following that, you get a BMI reading.
Many of the units I looked at do some or all of these functions. This seemed to have a better history (Samsung bought another company making this scale), so that was good.
I also settled on this model, because it has a nicer form than others I saw.
I bought this because I started a new diet and workout plan. I was just looking for a scale that gave me my body fat percent. As I worked out and ate better I saw my body fat percent go down every week on the scale and when I looked in the mirror I saw my gains later to the scale but I eventually started seeing them. This scale helped me stay motivated so far and I really liked how it senses my fat going down before I see it in the mirror. It gave me a way better perspective on my body because of the app it calculates a lot more things I now use.
I buy this scale to replace and old Aria that always was erratic and with battery issues
I can't complain, this scale is reliable and provide not only weight, bmi, water, fat & bone readings are also provided
I sync it with my fitbit account and works awesome
I buy another one for my brother and like me is happy with it
For the price is a good deal
We've had this scale for a little over a week now. All four family members in my household have used it daily since it came home. Setup was seemingly trickier than necessary but not overwhelming. The features on this scale, most notable the ability for up to 8 people to have their own unique and private account is superb. All-in-all, an A+ experience thus far... and spot on with the weight on the scale at my doctor's office.
A:AnswerIt's more than likely set to kilos versus pounds. Change the setting.
I'm picking up the scale today, but I'd lay odds it's as simple to change as flipping a switch on the back, https://support.withings.com/hc/en-us/articles/201489957-Smart-Body-Analyzer-WS-50-Changing-the-weight-unit.
80.2 kilos = 176.8107 pounds
2.205 per kilo (Googled it)