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After more than 1,000 total weigh-ins on a dozen smart scales, we recommend the Greater Goods WiFi Smart Body Composition Scale for anyone looking to track their weight automatically. In our testing, it provided the most consistently accurate readings, and its app was the only one that actually recorded our weight each and every time we used the scale.
The Greater Goods WiFi Smart Body Composition Scale was more consistent than any other scale we tested, both in terms of accurately registering weight changes and sending data to its associated app. Because it uses a Wi-Fi connection instead of Bluetooth, you don’t need to have your phone within arm’s reach for the scale to send data to its Weight Gurus app. Compared with other top-rated Wi-Fi scales we considered, this Greater Goods model costs about half as much.
If the Greater Goods scale is unavailable, we recommend the Eufy Smart Scale P1. It uses Bluetooth, which requires that you have your phone nearby to send data to the Eufy Life app. However, it was the second most reliable scale out of all we tested and has the most user-friendly app. As an added benefit, unlike the Wi-Fi Smart Body Composition Scale, this model doesn’t beep when you use it
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