This Health-O-Meter Lose It! Bluetooth Body Fat Scale wirelessly transmits data to the Lose It! app. The Lose It! app allows you to track your measurements and to input caloric intake and exercise. The elegant glass platform holds up to 400 lbs, ensuring it can be used by most adults. The Health-O-Meter scale can measure hydration and BMI as well. It’s an easy-to-use device that can be easily stored under a sink or in a cupboard when not in use.
We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Compatible Devices: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPod Touch (5th gen), iPad Mini, iPad (3rd gen), iPad (4th gen)
- Scales measures weight, body fat, hydration and BMI
- Lose It! app allows you to track your measurements and input caloric intake and exercise
- Elegant back painted glass platform supports up to 400 pounds.The Lithium battery should last for at least 10 years with an average family of 4 weighing once per day.
- Bluetooth enabled scale wirelessly transmits scale information to Lose It! App (the #1 weight loss app.Widely-available, coin-type CR2032, 2-Volt Lithium batteries are used in our Lithium bath scales.
|Product Dimensions||29.01 x 29.01 x 2.69 cm; 1.4 Kilograms|
|Shipping Weight||2.2 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||BFM147DQ-01|
|Item Part Number||BFM147DQ-01|
|Is Assembly Required||No|
|Best Sellers Rank||#2,718,039 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)|
#2,192,211 in Mobile Accessories
|Date First Available||6 August 2014|
|Item Weight||1 kg 400 g|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||29 x 29 x 2.7 Centimeters|
How to Connect the Lose It! Scale
This article will walk you through connecting the Lose It! scale to your iPhone/iPad. At this time the Lose It! scale is not available for sale.
Note: The Lose It! Healthometer scale has been discontinued. The scale will still sync with Lose It! (iOS only), but we are not currently selling it.
How to Sync the Lose It! Scale
- Open the Lose It! app and tap
- Profile button (top-right)
- Automatic Tracking
- Lose It! Scale
- Connect (It does not connect directly from your phone BT settings, but rather from inside the Lose It! app)
Sometimes the cancel trick (step 3) works to get it connected:
- Open the Lose It! app and tap:
- Profile button (top-right)
- Automatic Tracking
- Lose It! Healthometer
- Press the BT button on the scale – it may connect automatically here. If not, move to the next step.
- If the scale is searching, Hit “cancel”
- Hit “connect” again
Devices Compatible with the Lose It! Scale
Note: Devices must be running iOS 6 higher:
iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6, 6+, and higher
iPod Touch (5th gen)
iPad (3rd & 4th gen)
At this time, the scale does not sync with Android devices.
Lose It! Scale: Troubleshooting
If the scale shows an ERR, incorrect values, or no data:
- Double check your device settings to confirm that Bluetooth is turned on. Replace the batteries in the scale (If it’s brand new, make sure the red plastic strip inside the battery compartment has been removed).
- Make sure the scale is set on a hard, flat, stable surface (not on top of carpeting or rug).
- Make sure there is nothing touching the scale (no towels, robes or anything else that might be touching the scale).
- Make sure you are standing on the scale with bare feet touching all four nodules (important for hydration and body fat measures).
- Turn the scale upside down for 5-10 seconds to re-calibrate.
If the scale is not syncing to the Lose It! app:
You’ll know the data has sent if the scale runs through the numbers and says “Sent.” If it says “saved” it means it didn’t make it to the app. If “Data saved” happens even while the app was open near the scale, try disconnecting/reconnecting your scale and trying again.
1. Profile (top-right) > Automatic Tracking > Lose It! Scale > Disconnect then Reconnect
2. Press the BT button on the scale. It may connect automatically here. If not, move to step 3.
3. If the scale is searching, Hit “cancel”
4. Hit “connect” again
If you are already connected and scale data is not syncing:
- Open the app at least once before stepping on the scale.
- Be sure it’s in the same vicinity or even the same room – Bluetooth isn’t like wifi, so it’s tough for it to travel long distances or through walls and objects.
- Name: Health O Meter Lose It! Bluetooth Glass Body Fat Scale
- Model: BFM147DQ01BRN
- Condition: New
- White wireless scale measures weight, body fat, hydration, and body mass index (BMI)
- Weight capacity: 400 lbs.
- Dimensions: 1.1″H x 11.4″W x 11.4″D
- Display: LED
- Material: Tempered glass
- Battery: Four AA batteries
- Tracks data for up to 4 user profiles
- Connectivity: Bluetooth, App: Lose It!® weight loss app
- Compatibility: iPod Touch 5th generation, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5s, iPhone 4c, iPad mini, iPad 3rd generation and 4th generation and more devices
- Integrated Bluetooth® technology sends information from the scale to the Lose It! ® app or website
- Allows you to track what you eat and do using a large food database and a large activity and exercise database
- For iOS only (not for Android)
- Instructions for setting up scale with the app
What’s in the Box?
- 1x Health O Meter Lose It! Bluetooth Glass Body Fat Scale
- Four AA batteries
Things to consider before buying:
There are a couple of things you absolutely need to consider before choosing the best digital scale for weed (these are in no particular order for importance):
1) Usage: You’ll want to be cognizant of the different types of items and measurement metrics you’ll want to understand before purchasing. For example, most digital scales have the following measurements:
- gram (g)
- ounce (oz)
- troy ounces (ozt)
- diamond weight total (dwt).
For anything cannabis related, you’ll probably be using the gram metric for measurement. We purposely ranked scales that show .001 measurements (the scales towards the end of the list don’t all show the exact measurement to the 100th decimal). You’ll want to assess your needs and make sure that if you’re trying to measure smaller weights to look at the top 5 scales vs. the bottom half.
2) Price: Although we’re only talking about a difference of about $1-$15 for the different digital scales, this could make a difference if you end up purchasing more than 1 or if you have to re-purchase because the quality of your scale isn’t great. There are digital scales that are under <$10 and there are some that are over $40 – it really all depends on your appetite and the things you’ll be using your scale for.
3) Functionality: Some customers of digital weed scales will use the scales exclusively for weighing marijuana. Others will actually use it for measuring other things such as diamonds and or food. This would mean that you’ll want to make sure that your scale accommodates the types of food you’ll want to measure (fruit, veggie, etc).