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Body Fat Monitor & Scale

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  • 57944012/5754 BODY FAT ANALYZE
  • BODY FAT ANALYZER/SCALE
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  • Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 5.6 x 14.8 inches ; 5.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001H9V5EI
  • Item model number: 57544012
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #369,429 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Body fat analyzer scale. Uses BIA to measure body fat and body water to the 0.1%. 1.0" total LCD readout. 4 memories. Athlete Mode option. White platform with oval lens design and curved stainless steel contacts. Unique body fat and body water range graph. Separate scale-only mode. Capacity 350 lbs x .2 lb/160 kgs x .1 kg. Instant on, auto zero, auto off, low battery indicator. Powered by 4 AAA alkaline batteries (included).

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It will not measure my body fat percentage because it is to high.
Courtney Lorenz
As a weight scale, it also is troublesome because it gives readings that do not seem accurate on first try.
Jon L.
If they thought this would make me buy another one of their crap scales, they were wrong.
John C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By EveryGirlEver on July 10, 2010
Ugh, this scale is total crap. It claims to read weight, body fat, and water %.
I have no idea it's accuracy on water and I don't care, because I highly doubt buyers are purchasing the scale out of an intense desire to calculate their water saturation levels. Am I thirsty? No? Great, that's good enough for me.
What I do know is that it sucks at accurate weight calculations and it really sucks at body fat %. I'm pretty active and have been actively watching what I eat for the last few months gearing up for bikini season here in SoCal (which, I'm pretty sure is one of Dante's levels of Hell. One where you're constantly asked by anorexic girls if they look fat and Katy Perry's "California Gurls" is blasted 24/7). Despite my dedication to fitness (and coffee, air, water, and salad) this stupid scale has weighed me the EXACT same weight for 3 months. Give or take a few oz's. My pants fall off, but still this scale insists I haven't lost a pound. I read a tip about putting something on it to recalibrate it and then see if you get a more accurate reading. I tried that. Here's a list of things in my house that weigh the exact same as me: my purse, a bottle of mouthwash, and one of those tree branch jewelry holders from Urban Outfitters. Also it's BFP reading is schizophrenic. One day it told me 21.5, the next day (I'm not even kidding) it told me 33%! You don't go from athletic to morbidly obese in one day. And if you could just suddenly be morbidly obese then I've been wasting serious time at the gym for naught. I finally discovered my gym has one of those legit Dr scales. I've lost 11 pounds. Taylor Body Fat Scale, I hatechu. You're as useless as my boyfriend in the womens section of H&M.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Courtney Lorenz on April 10, 2010
I am overweight and working on losing body fat which is why i bought this scale. It will not measure my body fat percentage because it is to high. Kind of defeats the purpose in my mind. It will measure a friend of mine's who is much more fit. I will be returning it. Oh well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Gregerson on December 20, 2009
After several months of use, I began suspecting that this scale was not actually measuring my body fat percentage (BFP). I had been gaining weight by putting on muscle, but the scale kept reporting my BFP as increasing; gaining muscle should actually cause it to decrease. To test the scale's BFP measurement, I performed a brief scientific experiment. I stepped on the scale and recorded my BFP and let the scale reset itself. I then stepped on again while holding a 10 lb box under my arm. These BFP-calculating scales operate by measuring the resistance of your body to a small electric signal. Holding the box would increase my weight without changing my body's resistance. If the scale actually worked properly, I would expect that the reported body fat percentage should be the same or lower. In fact, in my experiment the scale actually reported a higher BFP when I was holding the box.

I bought this scale for its body fat calculation, only to determine - after months of use and synthetic tests - that it was completely bogus.
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By John C. on October 3, 2013
I have the previous version of this scale (model 5754) made in Mexico for "Taylor Precision". It is el cheapo scale. I found the operating system confusing and have had difficulty using it to do basic things... like turn it on. It has an On button, but that does not necessarily mean you can then weigh yourself with it. You have to zero it first by stepping on it with one foot, maybe? That doesn't always seem to work though. I do trial and error. Push different buttons, step on and off the scale. Sometimes I get it to work and read my weight, othertimes not. I never even tried to get the body fat stuff working. In retrospect it was a mistake to buy this scale, but it is difficult to find quality products. I would be perfectly happy buying a high quality spring scale, but no store sells them. Not enough profit apparently, so we have to buy this overpriced electronic crap with features we don't need like "body fat analyzer", which in the case of this scale are difficult to make work. As far as the accuracy of the scale is concerned, it seemed to be consistent in its readings to the nearest pound.

Note that if you do buy this crappy scale there is a secret "pound-kg-stone" switch on the bottom to set it to different units.

Also, the battery is in a permanent plastic encasing and is apparently non-replaceable. I guess they expect you to throw the scale out when the battery is exhausted. If they thought this would make me buy another one of their crap scales, they were wrong.
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By Keith W Grittner on June 5, 2012
Inaccurate in both the weight and body fat measuring features. I have experimented with the scale by stepping on and off of it 12 times in a row, being sure to operate it correctly every time. The greatest variance in my weight was 12.5 lbs, and the greatest body fat variance was 6% (17% to 23%). This is the same body fat percentage range from when I purchased the scale a year ago, and since then I have gained 27 lbs (verified on a different scale) and regained my 6 pack abs. I am obviously significantly leaner than a year ago, but the scale doesnt agree. Complete waste of money, and I am finally getting around to sharing my disgust with Amazon.
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