When you decide that you want to start losing weight, chances are you’ll want to keep track of each decimal of loss. Not that you’re being overly obsessed, just that you need to make sure you’re losing a healthy amount over time as opposed to dropping it all too quickly. It seems that storing that information is best kept through apps, but should you hit the wrong number when typing in numbers, or forget to type them in, that could make quite the difference at the end of the week.
This is likely why the iHealth Scale was invented. This is a digital bathroom scale that utilizes Bluetooth to send your weight information directly to your phone. It comes with a free application that can track this info up to 16 feet away. If this was the only function of the scale and app, I would say that its price of $70 might be a bit much. However, the app allows you to track food intake, exercise routines, and calculates the calories you take in and use to help you achieve your goals more efficiently. It does have a weight limit of 330-lbs, and can display either pounds or kilograms.