Xiaomi Mi Smart Scale 2 $15, Body Composition Smart Scale 2 $25 + Delivery ($14, $24 Delivered with Kogan First) @ Kogan

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Got this from the email. couple of Xiaomi scales up for sale. and looks like a really decent price.

Xiaomi Mi Smart Scale 2 $14 ($15 for non member)

https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/xiaomi-mi-smart-scale-2-xiaomi/...

Xiaomi Body Composition Smart Sacle 2 $24 ($25 for non member)

https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/xiaomi-body-composition-smart-s...

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  • +1 vote

    Very good. if this is apple product in the first place, how much would it be? 150? 200+? thanks Xiaomi

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      if apple made a scale it would probably actually be accurate

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        So the Xiaomi one is not accurate?

        • +1 vote

          That's the gist of the comments around here.

          "it's great it's so cheap. also the weight isn't very accurate and the body composition part is almost random. but it's cheap!"

        • -1 vote

          not sure how accurate you expect it to be, it works fine for me.

          as for the body composition part, the big machine in my gym is not accurate at all so I wouldnt blame xiaomi for that.

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    The Body Composition version is great :)
    Having troubles syncing with the app sometimes, but the price is brilliant and the build quality is great.
    App has alot of details too, 12/10 would purchase if I had anything to weigh while I weigh myself.

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      what app is used for this? if it's mihome, do you know what region it works with?

      edit: looked it up. the scales use 'MiFit' app. This app is now superseded with 'Zepp'. may need to play around a bit to get it working.

      Also note that you can sign-in various accounts/auth methods (e.g. google) and this differs to Mi Account (i.e. data in one is/may not be shared across accounts). Why does this is matter? I had a years of data on one account, then reinstalling the app at some point, I signed in using different method without thinking, now i have years of data across two separate accounts. Had to sync all data from the two accounts to another service (e.g. strava).

      Also, why did i ask original Q re region? some Xiaomi devices can only be detected when setting Mi Home region to 'China Mainland' and may not detect International versions of device and vice versa. This means you cannot have a single app that works across devices that can only be detected with region 'China Mainland' and devices that are only detected when region set to non-China. To work around this, you can use apps that duplicate the app.

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    Renpho or this one??

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      I haven't used this one, but can vouch for the Renpho.

      I've had mine about 4 months. I can't vouch for its accuracy, but it's definitely consistent, and seems to have tracked my general trends well in that time.

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      Renpho works with openscale, which was a requirement for me. Not sure about the xiaomi.

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    Any way for second "first" trial?

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    I have the body comp 2 one, totally vouch for it! looks better than the alternatives too

  • +1 vote

    Body composition scales that just have pads on your feet only calculate the composition of your lower body. You really need something like an inBody scanner with hand pads as well to be close to accurate. I've noticed my bodyfat percentage results on one would be about 10% different to the results on the other.

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    what's the difference between smart scale and body comp ?

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      the smart scale is more intelligent.

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    Is the bodyfat percentage data accurate for xiaomi?

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      No scales are accurate for anything other than weight.
      Regardless of the talk of measuring "impedance" and such, they primarily just use maths to guess averages based on your hight, weight and gender.