Hey, … someone was going to ask?
From Amazon: 396lb/180kg
The Amazon page for the scale says 396 lbs. in the grid area comparing it to two other scales, but a little bit further down says 397 lbs. One or the other.
(Please note: I don’t work for Woot, I just did some searching.)
Shucks, it’s just a scale!
I bought this from Amazon on a Black Friday deal for the same price. We like it. It’s regularly $49.99, so this is a great price.
Judging by the main title, one might expect a digital bathroom, with a skale and a phone probably not included. Haven’t been to a digital bathroom yet, should be interesting, though.
As for the skale, it’s worth every penny.
Seriously… Shouldn’t it have a Bluetooth speaker or something superduper useful and sensical like that? I mean it was released in early 2019. I thought “with convenient Bluetooth speaker” was still a required feature for any and every appliance or electronic up through the start of 2020?
Most of these wireless scales (especially on Amazon) have cheap CCP parts in them and they last about a year and then fail. I like Anker products so may have to pick this one up even though it’s made in Hong Kong.
What’s next, a wireless cereal bowl? What an absurdity this represents. Is it so hard to look down at the scale?
It connects and logs to various apps, which is helpful for folks trying to track their weight for weight loss regimens or other health concerns.
Hey guys, please play nice. I deleted a couple posts.
Does it have a function where it screams “GET OFF GET OFF GET OFF”?
If this scale was really smart, it wouldn’t try telling me my weight!
I feel like there’s a critical word missing in here. Like… “scale.” Because I got all excited that for $28 my bathroom would be fully smart. I was looking forward to having my bathroom clean itself and then notify my phone when it had, and warm up my shower, and heat the floor… but no, all it will do is use my phone to shame me for how much I ate the day before. sigh
I stayed at a hotel last year with a bluetooth mirror. I stared at the etched logo for quite a while.
My cousin has a utensil holder with built in bluetooth speaker in his kitchen.
Yeah the “digital bathroom” thing had me excited too. But just another questionable bluetooth device. Not even a massage. maybe with happy ending.
It’s taken me three years, four eye surgeries and four injections per month in each eye to finally get to the point where I can see the inch high numbers on my scale. So, sometimes, yeah. It is.
I have to wonder if somehow it’s watching us
as we weigh in, but may give it a try.
Cannot be used by people with Pace Makers. So sad, had to send mine back