Nokia Body Cardio – Heart Health & Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale, black

October 25, 2017 - Comment

The first and only Wi-Fi scale in the world that gives a medically-accepted assessment of cardiovascular health thanks to cutting-edge Pulse Wave Velocity measurements. This ultra-thin scale also tracks body composition (weight, body fat, muscle, bone mass and water) and synchronizes with your smartphone to display your trends and help you reach your health goals.

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(as of November 17, 2017 1:40 pm CST - Details)

The first and only Wi-Fi scale in the world that gives a medically-accepted assessment of cardiovascular health thanks to cutting-edge Pulse Wave Velocity measurements. This ultra-thin scale also tracks body composition (weight, body fat, muscle, bone mass and water) and synchronizes with your smartphone to display your trends and help you reach your health goals.

Product Features

  • Heart health – Assess overall cardiovascular health with heart rate and Pulse Wave Velocity, a medically-accepted measurement that tracks the speed at which heartbeat-generated waves move along the arteries
  • Full Body Composition analysis – Monitors weight (kg, lb., st lb.), body fat & water %, plus muscle & bone mass. Weight trend screen delivers instant feedback
  • Best-in-class accuracy – Get high-accuracy measurements via Position Control technology, a patented body position detector
  • Automatic synchronization – Data from every weigh-in appears in the Health Mate app automatically via Wi-Fi (iOS8+ and Android 5+)
  • Less than an inch thin – Features a solid aluminum base, heat-tempered glass, and the ability to be accurate on any surface

Comments

Anonymous says:

I like the measurements it performs, but the device has some serious connectivity issues. It worked fine for a couple of days and then just stopped updating data in the Apple health app and online, although it would update health mate just fine. It took several weeks of working with support to discover what was happening, and I had to push the process along. It turns out that there is an issue sometimes if you are just using bluetooth for connectivity, the “fix” was to either wait for an app…

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