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BIA (Bio-Electrical Impedance Analysis) technology allows you to easily calculate your body fitness by imputing information of gender, height, age, activity level and your weight. In bare feet, this technology sends a low-level electrical signal though your body fat and then measures the resistance the signal encounters. This signal is perfectly safe and will not be felt.
The Precision GetFit Scale stores up to 8 different users' personal profiles and will be able to recognize these users as soon as they step onto the scale. This auto recognition software makes it simple to operate, since all you have to do is stand on the platform barefoot and it identifies who you are based on past weight. Not having to select a user gives it the same functionality as a basic bathroom scale with added benefit of % body fat, % body muscle, % body water and bone mass.
Let's not forget about its universal EatSmart features! The Precision GetFit uses "Step-On" technology which means no more tapping to turn on your scale. It measures up to 400lbs and will display an accurate readout to the nearest .2 lbs on the oversized 3.5" LCD display. Its sleek design and slim profile fits perfectly into any surrounding. The touch screen interface makes it one of the most user friendly bathroom scales on the market today.
Along with your Precision GetFit, you receive our easy to follow Instruction Manual (which also defines body fat, body water, body muscle and bone mass) and 4 AAA batteries.
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Like you are doing right now, I did my research before purchasing this product. I even contacted EatSmart to ask some questions. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2013 by ~Just a girl~
Good product. Does everything it claims. The appearance is really nice and sleek, a nice touch. Setting up is incredibly simple and takes 30 seconds out of the box. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2013 by TJM