While weight is the only measurement shown on the scale’s face, the other metrics (like muscle mass, BMI, and bone mass) are available to view in the app. Make sure you have the app open and your Bluetooth turned on to ensure the most accurate collection of data. The scale can store data so you’re able to sync up later, but some reviewers reported missing information when trying to sync that way.
The scale is 10.2 inches by 10.2 inches, so it’s not the best if you have large feet. Some users also reported inaccuracies in the body fat calculations. The FITINDEX comes with 3 AAA batteries.
Amazon customer Kelly writes:
“I was really worried that the required app would be junk, but it’s actually very good. The trending is nice, it’s fast and looks decent. It does seamlessly put the data into Apple Health as well which is a nice bonus. Totally exceeded my expectations there.
The scale measurements seem to jive with the equipment at the gym almost perfectly so I’ve moved to using this scale at home for everything and not checking at the gym any more. I now can check my weight/body fat/etc at the same time every day (as soon as I get up) so it’s as consistent as it can be and any gains/loss will be more realistic.”
Overall, the FITINDEX scale is a good deal for what you’re paying. It has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon and goes for $25.99. (Though the black option is $26.99.)