Understand your body better
The Smart Body Analyzer is a wireless scale that tracks your weight and body composition to give you the knowledge you need to begin changing your lifestyle. For example, it helps you understand how to take into account fat-lean ratio variations and your heart rate so you can target the right pounds.
Heart rate measurement
Simply step on the scale and stand a for a few seconds while the Smart Body Analyzer measures your heart rate through your feet. If your resting heart rate drops over time, you'll know you're getting fitter.
Easy set up and upload
Using the scale's built-in Bluetooth wireless, you can set it up in minutes with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Then each time you weigh in the Smart Body Analyzer automatically uploads and syncs your body data via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The long range of Wi-Fi is great for weighing anywhere in your house, while Bluetooth is convenient when you're on the go.
A coach in your pocket
You can access your securely stored data any time and any place from your iOS device using Withing's web interface and the free Health Mate app. It makes a great coach, letting you set weight goals and then helping you reach them by breaking them down into weekly achievable targets. Plus it provides useful, encouraging tips. Health Mate is also compatible with more than 60 health, diet, and fitness apps, such as Runkeeper, MyFitnessPal, or LoseIt!.
Indoor air quality monitoring
The scale continuously checks the indoor air quality of your house or business through temperature and carbon dioxide metering. As it does so, the app builds a CO2-level graph with thresholds that alert you when it's time to clear the air.
One scale for the whole family
This body scale can track as many as eight different users. Each person can have his or her own user profile and access it independently. Once the Smart Body Analyzer gets to know each individual's weight, it automatically recognizes who steps on it.
- Track your weight and body fat
- Measure your heart rate simply by stepping on the scale
- Follow the air quality of your indoor environment with temperature and CO2 measurements
- Position Control technology for high-accuracy weighing
- Free Health Mate app to visualize weight trends, set goals, and monitor your progress
- Weight data is automatically uploaded via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
- Easy set up from the app; just tap a few times on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Automatically recognizes each person who uses the scale
- More than 60 compatible partner apps, such as RunKeeper, MyFitnessPal, LoseIt!
- Big, backlit, easy-on-the-eye display
Did you notice?In addition to the free Withings Health Mate app, this scale works with more than 60 other health and fitness apps.
Apple Recommends ForMeasure body data—while also keeping an eye on the healthiness of your living environment—on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
What's in the Box?
- Withings Smart Body Analyzer
- Four AAA batteries
- Carpet feet
- Quick start guide
- Height: 0.9 in./2 cm
- Width: 12.8 in./32.5 cm
- Weight: 4.4 lb./2.1 kg
- Length: 12.8 in./32.5 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: WS-50
- UPC or EAN No.: 3700546700057
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One year
- Health Mate app available for free on the App Store. Requires iOS 5 or later
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Ratings & Reviews
I ordered this before it came out so had a few issues that have been resolved by firmware updates already. (C02 was way off) The w I ordered this before it came out so had a few issues that have been resolved by firmware updates already. (C02 was way off) The weight is accurate and easy. Like all scales that get body fat %/lean mass % is not accurate, however it is consistent making it useful. The heart rate monitor is cool. You can also add your heart rate manually via the app.
The integration on line with other apps is great. …
- Written by Jeffrey W C from San Diego
155 of 169 people found this useful
This scale is fantastic! I understand $150 is A LOT for a scale, but this is well worth it if you are interested in finding a goo This scale is fantastic! I understand $150 is A LOT for a scale, but this is well worth it if you are interested in finding a good way to track your health and/or weigh loss progress and love high tech gadgets. The Withings App is simple to use and keeps your data at your fingertips and allows easy sharing to your health practitioner of your choice. It's not for everyone, but if you want a high end scale that does it all this is my recommendation. We also have the Blood Pressure Monitor, and the Baby Monitor on an unrelated note, which is worth a look as well. …
- Written by Richard H from Franklin
126 of 142 people found this useful
Good tool to track your progress.
If you're serious about your nutrition/fitness goals this scale is a great tool. The online weight and fat tracking graphs are gr If you're serious about your nutrition/fitness goals this scale is a great tool. The online weight and fat tracking graphs are great. The one negative I would say is that it's a bit expensive for what it is. But if you're serious about your goals this may be a good tool to have. …
- Written by Rob W from nepean
118 of 135 people found this useful
The Health Mate website is unreliable.
The scale itself, and the iOS app, both work well (although occasionally the scale has trouble calculating heart rate), and sync i The scale itself, and the iOS app, both work well (although occasionally the scale has trouble calculating heart rate), and sync is pretty reliable between the scale and my iPhone. The problem is that Withings' Health Mate website is not all that reliable. Sometimes it has problems connecting to the backend database, and sometimes it's just unreachable. This is bad enough, but to make matters even worse, when the iOS app cannot connect to the website and/or the database, data is deleted from the iOS app. This makes no sense. If the data exists on the phone, a sync failure to the Health Mate website should not result in data being deleted from the phone. Even when the phone eventually is able to sync to the Health Mate website it doesn't matter, because whatever data couldn't be synced previously is deleted from the phone. As a result, you're forced to keep separate records by hand, if you want to have a reliable record of your weight. …
- Written by ERIC M from San Francisco
This scale will weigh you, but the connection to the app is broken each time you walk out of the room and requires a repairing as This scale will weigh you, but the connection to the app is broken each time you walk out of the room and requires a repairing as if it were new each time. Essentially this means every day you must turn the scale over, hold down the pairing button, go to the app and re establish the connection. It would be far easier to just manually log in the data to an app. Expensive manual scale is really all it is. The "weather " shows rain on the scale screen if it is raining or snowing. Looking out the window takes less time. The heart rate takes forever and fails 50% of the time. It is really a terrible product and I am surprised that Apple would sell it in their stores. …
- Written by Gregory C from Worcester
I've owned this scale for a little over a year. I've had consistent issues with pairing the device to Bluetooth but always eventua I've owned this scale for a little over a year. I've had consistent issues with pairing the device to Bluetooth but always eventually figured it out after numerous attempts. However, with my latest issue I was unable to find a blue tooth connection with any of my 4 apple devices. tech support is a joke, no phone, only emails, they proposed a factory reset which didn't solve the issue. Buyer beware! …
- Written by Didier A from Dollard-des-Ormeaux
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does the app need to be open and nearby to read data?
- Asked by Calvin C from Marblehead
- Nov 7, 2014
It is my understanding that the data would be sent by WiFi if you have this option set up on the sca It is my understanding that the data would be sent by WiFi if you have this option set up on the scales. In that case, I would presume that the phone being close would not be a requirement. This data would be synchronised with your phone through the cloud rather than directly from the scale.
If WiFi is not setup on the scale, then it would depend on whether the phone is in range and the app is open (even in the background should be OK.) …
- Answered by Adrian K from Ourimbah
- Dec 12, 2014
Why is this not compatible with iPhone 6/6+?
- Asked by Ja Sen J from Richmond
- Dec 5, 2014
Confirmed it is compatible with iphone 6/6+
- Answered by Samson W from Coquitlam
- Dec 25, 2014
Am I able to automatically import my withings smart scale data into the HealthKit App?
- Asked by Eric K from Bronx
- Feb 7, 2015
does it works directly with ios 8 Health?
- Asked by Lucia C from New Haven
- Oct 5, 2014
As of today, yes.
Withings has updated many products, including this one, so it now can integrate As of today, yes.
Withings has updated many products, including this one, so it now can integrate directly with Apple's Health app on iOS. …
- Answered by Pat G from Campbell River
- Oct 11, 2014
can it have Multiple users?
- Asked by Fiorella C from Manhatthan
- Jul 2, 2014
Yes, it recognises each user by there weight.
- Answered by Graham R
- Jul 4, 2014