Which is the Most Accurate Smart Bathroom Scale?
Best answer: The Eufy BodySense Smart Scale is the most precise smart scale you can buy, giving consistent readings across the board.Amazon: Eufy BodySense ($40)
The Eufy BodySense's price belies just how great it is
Very often with tech products, there's a sort of "pay for what you get" model, and the "cheaper" products are generally seen as just that. The Eufy BodySense is a diamond in the rough in that it's a fantastically affordable smart scale, and it just so happens to be the most accurate one you can buy.
In comparison testing between the BodySense and other big-name smart scales, like the Fitbit Aria 2, we found the BodySense to give more accurate results. Similarly, the Wirecutter tested smart scales for six months and found the Eufy BodySense gave the same reading consistently without showing weights from memory. PCMag also found the Eufy BodySense to be more accurate than its top choice, the Nokia Body+.
The Eufy BodySense is accurate for everyone
For many of the top smart bathroom scales, there's a user limit of eight people. That's probably fine for most families, but if you have friends who want to try the scale out, are loaning the scale to family, and so on, the BodySense is the best. It supports up to 20 users.
Not only that but in testing, it automatically switched between users very precisely. So no one's weight gets mixed up in their individual app.
The most accurate option to keep track of your weight.
After extensive research and testing, we've found that the Eufy BodySense is more accurate in its readings than many other (more expensive) scales. It's also the most accurate when switching between family members, and at $40, it's unbeatable for value.
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Mick is a staff writer who's as frugal as they come, so he always does extensive research (much to the exhaustion of his wife) before making a purchase. If it's not worth the price, Mick ain't buying.