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How to Choose the Right Body Weight Scales?

Are you in the market for a new bathroom scale? Chances are you’ll be intimidated by the sheer number of options available. A scale with all the bells and whistles is great for serious weight loss efforts, but some people just want a scale to track their weight occasionally. Determining which type of scale is best for you is simply a matter of assessing your needs and matching the results to the appropriate scale. Here are 4 factors to consider when choosing the best bathroom scale for you.

Your weight
Scales have a limited capacity, with most standard scales having a maximum weight of 300 pounds. However, older models of scales tend to be less accurate for people who weigh more than 250 pounds. There are scales that are made specifically for larger people. These scales have an expanded weight capacity to ensure that you get an accurate reading every time. The scales can weigh up to 650 pounds.

Calibration Settings
Modern digital scales often have an auto-calibration feature, which means that your scale will automatically zero out when you leave for a more accurate reading. Keep in mind that not all scales on the market have this feature – you have to manually zero the scale each time you walk off it. Analog scales must be calibrated manually, and the adjustments allowed by manual calibration do not accurately reflect your weight. If you choose an analog scale, you may want to calibrate the scale to a lighter weight.

Body fat measurement
Some digital scales come with a body fat measurement feature. These scales have a metal surface that calculates the user’s body fat percentage. You can use this information to evaluate your diet or exercise program. This feature is recommended for those who are interested in improving their overall fitness and health. The body fat measurement can also be referenced during an appointment with a healthcare provider to determine if you need to lower this measurement. Overall health is not always determined by your weight, and your weight composition is an important component of your health.

Accurate Measurements
Analog scales are as accurate as your vision. You can try to determine if you’re between two pounds, but there’s no way to determine if you’ve lost a fraction of a pound. Digital scales provide detailed measurements that can be accurate to a tenth of a pound. However, some digital scales only provide the most accurate measurement of one-half pound. If you are concerned about small losses, choose a model that offers accurate measurements. Finding out that you have only lost a tenth of a pound is more encouraging than believing that you have not lost anything because of the inaccurate measurement. All in all, there are a wide variety of scales available to suit your lifestyle without compromising your budget. Finding the right scale for your needs will only take a little time and research. Do you have any advice for someone buying a new scale? Please share in the comments!



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