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Wiami Bluetooth Smart Body Scale

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Thanks to the Wiami Body Scale, you will get to know your body better. It is very easy to understand what your body needs by looking at 18 different measurement units.

All you have to do is pair the Wiami Body Scale with the Wiami Home Technology app. Every time you weigh, the Wiami app synchronizes and memorizes the measurements. More than one person can use the same product and different measurement records for different users can be accessed from the app.

Measurement Types

1. Weight
Your body measures its total weight.

2. Body Mass Index - BMI (Body Mass Index)
BMI or Body Fat index gives very important clues about our body. It is calculated by dividing the weight of the person being weighed by the square of their height. By looking at this index, it is calculated whether the person is in the weight range that should be.

3. Fat Ratio (Percentage) - BFR (Body Fat Ratio)
The percentage of fat in your body is measured by the scale and how much of your total weight is fat is calculated as a percentage. By looking at this indicator, you can check whether your oil rate is low or high.
4. Muscle Ratio
The muscle mass in your body is measured by the scale and your muscle ratio is calculated by proportioning your total weight.

5. Water Ratio
The water ratio in your body is another important indicator. As with other percentile metrics, the amount of water is calculated and proportioned to the weight of the person.

6. Bone Weight
The total bone weight in your body is measured in kilograms.

7. Bone Weight Ratio (Percent)
The bone percentage is calculated by dividing the measured bone weight by the total weight.

8. Internal Lubrication (Organic Lubrication)
Internal lubrication measurement is another important metric. Indicates whether there is excess lubrication around your internal organs.

9. Protein Ratio (Percentage)
The amount of protein in your body is measured and divided by the total weight to calculate this ratio.

10. Metabolic Age
After considering many measurements, your metabolic age is determined. You can tell whether you have a younger or older body than it should be by looking at this indicator.

11. Body Point
As a result of the measurements, your body score is created. The healthier you are, the higher your score will be.

12. Body Type
Your body type is determined as a result of height information, weight and other measurements. You can understand what body type you want to have by looking at this table.
13. Fat Weight
It is a metric that shows the total amount of fat in your body.

14. Fat Index
Your fat index is calculated by dividing total fat weight by body weight. By looking at this indicator, you can see how much or less fat you have.

15. Excess Weight
Your ideal weight is calculated and subtracted from your current weight, based on information from age, height and weight measurements. The difference shows how much weight you need to gain or lose.

16. Obesity Level
If you have excess weight, it is a metric that shows what level it is.

17. Fat Excluding Weight
It shows the rest after deducting the amount of fat from your total weight.

18. Basal Metabolic Rate (kcal)
Another important metric that shows whether your metabolism is working adequately is the Basal Metabolic Rate. You can find out how many calories you need to burn per day by looking here.


Precise measuring capability in the range of 5-180 kg.
6mm thick reinforced glass design.
Memory space for up to 10 contacts.
Data tracking via app via Bluetooth.
Product Dimensions: 280 x 280 x 23 mm

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