Arboleaf smart bathroom scale: Compatible with Fitbit, Apple Health & Co.

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Jogging, cycling, tennis, hiking – people in 2021 are tracking more and more of their activities to learn more information about their health and fitness status. Even sleep tracking is becoming more common. So it’s only logical to keep an eye on your weight and related measurements as well. Smart scales like this model from Arboleaf make it possible.

Arboleaf smart scale design

Everything in view

What does a smart scale do? It measures various values in addition to weight – up to ten to be exact. These are fed into the arboleaf app (Android, iOS). The collected data can then be synchronized with those of Fitbit, Apple Health and Google Fit. According to arboleaf, there will be other services in the future. Huawei Health would be conceivable here, for example. The collection of the 10 measured values (all listed below) is made possible by four high-precision sensors and four sensitive electrodes.

Arboleaf smart scale tracking data
Self-imposed tracking of data is becoming increasingly common.

Arboleaf’s scale is not made interesting by the number of readings, after all, models like Xiaomi’s Mi Scale 2 or eufy P1 offer over 14 readings. What makes the bathroom scale interesting is the unlimited number of users that can use the scale at the same time, according to the manufacturer.

Arboleaf smart scale tracking data of several people
The scale recognizes each user and assigns the data accordingly.

Although, why do you need the ability to track so many people? After all, there are large families, shared flats, groups that want to lose weight together, or sports locker rooms where you could place such a scale. Okay, gotcha! We don’t really know what you would really need it for, but hey, there’s nothing wrong with having the option.

Arboleaf smart scale app
This is how the whole thing looks in the app as an example

The app screenshots also tell us a bit more about the measurements. These are:

  • Weight (logical)
  • BMI (body mass index)
  • Body fat percentage
  • Visceral fat: fat that coats the internal organs
  • Water percentage: averages 65% in adults
  • Muscle mass
  • Bone mass
  • BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate): Metabolic rate that represents the amount of energy the body requires per day at complete rest
  • Body Age: Physical/biological age
  • Body Fat Percentage

Now you can think what you want about these measurements. However, they can be practical for tracking development processes when losing weight, gaining weight or in general in everyday life.

Arboleaf smart scale app settings
Settings and readings in the app

Finally, a bad pun: How does it make you feel when the pounds are off? “Arboleaf I can fly …”. As I said, a bad pun. Sorry, had to be done.

Who of you uses a smart scale at home?

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I'm interested in Gadgets, that make our life at home easier - especially when it comes to cleaning the floor or the windows. I was able to test about fifty robot vacuum cleaners since now.

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