HoMedics® Glass Body Fat Scale Health Station
A scale can serve as a valuable tool for monitoring key aspects of your health. High-tech, sleek and super-accurate, the Homedics® Health Station features KnowledgeBook technology which helps you track body fat, body water, muscle mass and bone mass. The Daily CaloriePredoctor lets you monitor your progress. Features Supersize Digits for easy to read display results, health status indicator and normal, athlete and child modes. Tempered safety glass platform measures an oversized 13 3/4" W x 14 H x 1" D. Suitable for up to 400-pounds. Limited lifetime warranty. Model SC-565.
HoMedics® Glass Body Fat Scale Health Station™ 9 9
The Worst I bought this scale because it was one of the most expensive Bed, Bath and Beyond sells. It is the worst. If I weigh myself 5 times, I get 5 different results. This scale is a waste of time and not worth the money. I'm going to return mine!! Do not buy!!! April 26, 2013
Excellent Product for the Cost We have owned our scale for 4 years . We have never had any problems with it. My husband is in the army and has to keep a certain weight. Also we love to work out, this scale has helped us keep track of our progress. Love this scale. August 9, 2012
Not for everyone This scale is good if you fall within the scale range. Each category (water, muscle, bone, fat) has a specific range that it reads. If you fall out of range in any category, it won't give you any of the other readings. For example, I have 41% water but the scale has a minimum range of 43%, so it wouldn't give any of my information for the muscle, fat, or bone percentages. So I basically spent $100 on a scale that only provided my weight. I could have bought something that cost $10 to just get my weight! March 6, 2012
The Best One BIG flaw is that it cycles through the body analysis much too quickly after which shuts off. The size should remain so long as you are running on it. With the memory feature you can retrieve the knowledge for anybody who is trying to record it. October 29, 2011