Won the Eufy Smart Scale C1 in the power draw recently and it arrived today!
So here’s a brief review of my findings so far.
It has to be said the outer box is pretty dull. But then selling on Amazon and not in retail stores that doesn’t really matter.
The internal packaging again is simple and protective enough.
You get a few booklets and a set of AAA batteries which is great.
Very modern stylish set of scales. Mine arrived in black (also available in white) and looks good in my grey and granite bathroom.
It has a clear, large easy to read display which is great if you use it in a brightly lit bathroom as mine is.
Slip in the 3 x AAA batteries supplied.
If you don’t want all the extra health information you can jump on and start weighing, if you want more information you’ll need to download the EufyLife app.
Connection was a slightly odd experience as I was looking to sync the scales to my phone but i couldn’t, the app needs to be open and it pairs to the scales.
You can set the app for multiple named users and when you set up a user you are asked for the name, age and height of the person.
Looking at the app you can also connect to Fitbit and Apple Health.
There are 4 metal spots which your feet needs to make contact with and you’ll get loads of stats on your body health - Weight, BMI and Body Fat % to name a few.
Weight can be measured in lb or kg.
Open the app and jump on.
The scales automatically turn on and immediately takes your weight, then goes through a brief process to obtain your health information.
This updates your information to the app almost instantly.
The weight range is 11-397lb or 5-180kg
I haven’t used the app before. It’s very intuitive and didn’t need to refer to instructions to connect to scales or set up profiles.
There is help built into the app if you need it.
The app opens to the person you last weighed in with.
From this screen you can access information on your last weigh-in.
You can click on More to see Detailed Reports of that weigh-in, Trends to see your weigh-in details via a line or bar graph and History to show more detailed report history.
From the More and History screens you can click the tile/box, say BMI, to see further information on that subject.
These tiles are also colour coded to show low, normal and high measurements.
I really like the app, or don’t have a Fitbit or use Apple Health so think I’ll stick with the Eufy offering.
I was recently weighed by a doctor and came in at 79.7kg.
These scales weighed me in at 79.5kg. I weighed myself 5 times and the results was the same each time which is reassuring.
This is a stylish, easy to use and accurate set of scales.
Easy to use app for health tracking.
Low profile design so can easily be stored.
Runs on cheap readily available AAA batteries.
I would happily recommend these to anyone wanting to track their health.