iHealth Fit Body Analysis Scales Connected 1 Unit (HS2S)
- Full Body Composition - 9 Precise data points to know yourself better. Monitors weight (kg, lb, st), body fat, body water, plus muscle & lean & bone mass.Accurate weight measurement to 0.2 lb
- Accurate You Can Trust - Two pairs of super-sensitive g-shaped sensors and own developed algorithm ensure more precise measurements compared to the others.
- Highly Compatible - iHealth Vitals app sync with apple health & Samsung health.
- Multi-user Friendly- up to 8 users can weight themselves and access their personal weight histories and the scale automatically recognizes who's who after Syncing with your smartphone.
- Sturdy Surface - 6mm of high-quality tempered glass and fully bottom cover offer increased the strength and support. The rounded corners and anti-skid padding provide extra protection against slipping and collisions.
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Just step on this advanced smart scale to get 9 Precise data points with instant feedback to know yourself better.
1 x smart body composition scale iHealth Fit, 1 x Quick Start Guide, 4 x AAA batteries
- Accurate Measurements
High-sensitivity sensors built-in, advanced independent developed BIA (bioelectric impedance analysis) algorithm and an ITO coating are layered on the surface of Smart Scale, all for ensuring precise measurements every time you step on.
- Extra Large
Most scales on the market are 11 x 11 inches or smaller, while ours are 12.04 x 12.04 inches. The larger platform gives you more room to stand.
- Sturdy Surface
6mm of high-quality tempered glass offer increased strength and support. The rounded corners and anti-skid padding provide protection against slipping and collisions.
- Crystal LED Display
The large LED screen of high brightness allows you to measure no matter day or at night and get a clear reading at any angle.
No Sharp Corners
Avoid these sharp edges scales and choose the rounded-glass top plate one. iHealth Nexus smart body fat scale is with this safe design and using tempering glass and the thickness is 6 mm.
Sturdy Form and Function
The high-quality 6mm tempering top glass , fully covered bottom shell, anti-slip scale feet and low, stable design ensure stability when you step on.
Easily switch from pounds to kilograms and back in one second in the app.
No Second Guessing
An ITO coating is layered on the surface of iHealth Nexus Smart Scale to ensure precise measurements every time you step on. No need to step on the electrode pads like the most of the other app scales anymore.
Fast Bluetooth Connection
Almost instant wireless data transfer means you can view your measurements in seconds. Supports sync data with Apple Health and Samsung Health.
For best use:
For the Whole Family
You can add up to 8 users for one iHealth Nexus Bluetooth body fat scale. Use this smart scale to track the health stats for your whole family.
1)Medical electronic implants such as pacemakers.
2)Artificial heart/ lung or other electronic life support systems.
3)Portable electronic medical devices usch as electrocardiographs.
Very Easy to Use
Just connect paired iHealth Nexus scale with the iHealth Myvitals app on your smartphone, step on, and see your results.
*iHealth Nexus is a breeze to set up using your smartphone's Bluetooth. Simply follow the Set Up guide in the app and in a few seconds, your scale is ready to use.
*It is only used to calculate your physical parameters and will never be used for other purposes.
- Batteries : 4 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 30.6 x 30.6 x 2.66 cm; 1.85 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 8 August 2020
- Manufacturer : Andon Health Co., Ltd.
- ASIN : B082FS4G7N
- Item model number : HS2S
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I have the iHealth Nexus scale and the iHealth Wellness Blood Pressure Monitor (BP3L), which also works great and automatically sends the results, through my phone & app to my local hospital where my BP is always being monitored by specialists to regulate my BP meds.
The BP Monitor (BP3L) is worthless without the free iHealth App app as the BP3L displays all data in the app, so the app is required, (no sense acquiring the iHealth BP3 Blood Pressure Monitor, without the app, might as well get an analog device as the BP3L will not work without the app).
The IHealth Nexus scale also connects to the phone/app via Bluetooth to store readings/data and send that data (if you so desire) to a remote location, yet the Nexus scale displays its aforementioned readings/data on the scale itself on a digital display.
I iHealth APP also records; Activity & Sleep, Pulse Ox, and Thermometer Readings, when wirelessly connected (Bluetooth) to an appropriate device. I think, (am not sure) the device may work with apps such as iPhone Health APP(?).
This is an excellent workhorse package for use with telemedicine or other remote applications involving the new wave of medical off-site- doctor visits/exams. With that said, even though my hospital has been using this iHealth system to monitor certain medical aspects of my health, the hospital is suggesting a different set-up (brand) for telemedicine, so to get the most out of any medical device that connects wirelessly (Bluetooth), with the ability to forward the information via APP as a result of, or as a pre-requisite of, or during a tel-conference, tele-office visit/exam, or via the internet, I'd suggest consulting with your medical provider or hospital, as each doctor, medical provider, etc., may elect different devices, apps, brands, operating systems, etc. to transfer this data.
Oh ... 4 stars because it is made in China, if it were American made (and I'd pay a lil more for that luxury) it would be 5 stars
I was surprised to find that each of these devices were so different from each other. It’s like they are made by separate companies and just packaged up by iHealth Labs. Although the packaging is quite nice.
- [ ] First major difference; power. The scale uses 4 ‘AAA’ batteries. Ok, batteries can be expected in a bathroom type scale. The blood pressure cuff is rechargeable but uses the USB mini Type B cord, while the pulse oximeter uses a USB micro Type B power cord. Not a super big deal, but I now four different charging cords plugged in for iPhone, Apple Watch, Pulse-Ox and BP Cuff.
- [ ] Next is application iHealth Labs, iHealth.
- [ ] I’ll start with the Pulse Oximeter since this is the closest to being a pretty good interface. If the iHealth app from iHealth Labs is open, it will automatically connect to the Pulse-Ox (weather you’re using it or not). All you have to do is put it on your finger and press the button. The app will switch to the Pulse-Ox screen and show you’re data in real time as it’s being recorded. Pull it off you finger and you’re done. Data saved and imported into Health Kit. Very nice.
- [ ] The scale works well, but intuition is very lacking. Step on the scale and get your weight and BMI in seconds. There is no indication that the information was saved or transferred to the app. Having switched from the FitBit scale, I was used to it showing me that the data transfer was successful and that it was saved under the appropriate user profile. Now you have to open the iHealth app. Check if the weight is there - nope. Go into the weight results section of the app, not yet. Select the measure tab. Once a Bluetooth connection is established, it will say ‘Stand on scale with your bare feet’ with nice picture to show you how. But if you were real quick, you would have seen the screen flicker. That was the download. To verify, switch to the List tab and now you will see your latest weigh-in. Since I don’t carry my phone into the bathroom with me each morning when I step on the scale - I wonder if that weigh-in will count.
- [ ] Last, the ‘iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure wrist monitor’. This one defines what it means to jump through hoops to get a reading. Here’s the process; Put it your wrist (they state it has to be the left, but i found either get the same reading). Tap the ‘Start/Stop’ button to turn it on, if it’s not already on (if you touch the inside of the cuff in just the right way, it will turn itself on). Now position your arm to get it at heart level. Nice little indicators to get you there. Now you have to hit the ‘Start/Stop’ button (again) and the pump starts up (problem? The lights to help guide your positioning will go out). When it’s done, it displays your results. But, to get them into the app, open the app, switch to the blood pressure section and select the ‘Measure’ tab. (Almost there...). Now, turn the wrist cuff off ‘Start/Stop’ button. When it’s off, press and hold the ‘Start/Stop’ button for two seconds which will now turn on the cuff’s Bluetooth. The app will show connecting while waiting for the cuff to be detected. Now the app shows a big blue circle with the word SYNC in the middle. This is a button you have to tap to get it to sync, it just doesn’t look like a button requiring action. Your BP is now available - last step, tap the ‘Save’ bar.
Now you have all you history in one place - Apple Health Kit for you iPhone users. The only quirk I had to work through, was for each metric (SpO2, BP, Wgt, etc) you need to make sure the app supplying the info has priority. In this case, in Health go to the ‘sources’ and make sure iHealth is on the top of the list and has write permissions.
Personally I would like to see iHealth labs have their developers for the scale and the BP cuff get together with the ones who did the Pulse-Ox and come up with a common interaction and interface. Like, open the app and connect to all designated devices. If the device is ‘on’ then start reading data and let user know you’re doing that. When the readings are complete, save them! And export it to another app like Health Kit if it has been setup to do that. If they did all that, they would five stars from me on each of these devices.
UPDATE: Still no response from the company, avoid their products, they are a scam.
Update: They finally sent me a replacement and having the same issues. Bought another scale from another company and it works perfect. Don’t waste your money.