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3 FitCare+ Lifetime Warranty

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80% of people fail to maintain their health goals. FitTrack scales are a simple and effective solution to stay motivated. Measure, track, and trend your body vitals over time with 17 Health Measurements at the comfort of your fingertips.

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How Does The FitTrack Dara Work?

When standing on the FitTrack scale, a very low, safe electrical signal is sent from four metal electrodes through your feet. The electrical signal passes quickly through water that is present in hydrated muscle tissue but meets resistance when it hits fat tissue. This resistance is measured and input into scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate body composition measurements.

Accurate Results You Can Count On

  • Reach Fitness Goal 8x Faster

  • Understanding different body metrics that can be improved on

  • Seeing progress being made beyond simply weight being lost

  • 17 Vital Body Health Data Measured

  • +/- 3% as accurate as a medical DEXA (x-ray) body fat percentage scan

  • The most accurate body composition scales in its class

Weigh Smarter with 17 Health Measurements

Fat Mass

Get a clearer picture of your overall health.

Muscle Mass

Understand if you're losing fat, gaining strength, or both.

Bone Mass

Discover your body's foundational composition.

Weight

Accurate to +/- 300grams

Hydration

Maintain optimal levels of hydration every day.

more motivation than ever before

made for all body types

family friendly

I have personally tried a variety of different fitness tracking products and I haven’t found one that was easy to use, affordable and gave you all of the data that you need. I often recommend FitTrack Dara and all-new Atria Tracker to my patients because it’s the most accurate fitness tracker on the market. My patients tell me how easy it is to track their health so they know their body better with the FitTrack Health app. They love showing me their health data during each visit!”

Dr. Amy, Cardiologist

Over 120,000+ Happy Users

Michelle T.

LOVE IT!

I absolutely love my FitTrack scale! it has been a great tool in my fitness and weight loss journey and I love being able to see all of my health stats on the app. It is very durable and I like the sleek look. So glad I purchased it.

SHARON POLLEI

AWESOME SCALE!

Love this scale! It was a great addition to my health and wellness routine. It's great to get so much information about way more than just weight! Worth the money for sure! Thank you!

COLIN LLOYD

Wow!! Oh WOW

I was skeptical to start, but I bought this and tested this a day before I did my body scan at the hospital....and I'm so impressed that the results were identical!! Really great product and great customer service!

MICHAEL WAY

Unbelievably accurate!!

Thank you for the product, firstly I haven’t had any issues with the product, I love how easy it is to use and the readings on the app are perfect for comparisons. I have referred to three or four clients already!

Kelly Wong

MOTIVATIONAL TOOL

Really pleased with my Fittrack scale. Had it a few weeks now and it has become a great motivational tool. Being healthy is more than just weight loss. The app on my phone means I can check my progress anytime

FAQ's

When standing on the FitTrack scale, a very low, safe electrical signal is sent from four metal electrodes through your feet to your legs and abdomen. The electrical signal passes quickly through water that is present in hydrated muscle tissue but meets resistance when it hits fat tissue. This resistance, known as impedance, is measured and input into scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate body composition measurements.

Independent research studies have shown FitTrack consistently measures +/-3% off from the DEXA scan, the Gold Standard, in measurement. This accuracy makes it the most accurate smart scale available today.

Yes! We support Apple iOS 10 or higher and Android OS 5.0 and higher.

FitTrack Dara can measure and track up to 400 pounds (181.437 kilograms).

Each user can sync their own smartphone or share a single app and create profiles in Family Management (Up to 8 Users). If users only have individual profiles in the app, the scale will only sync data to each person’s device.

What is the BMI scale?

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is the most common measurement used to work out if your weight is healthy in relation to your height. Manual calculation involves taking your weight in kilograms and dividing it by the square of your height in meters. However, a BMI scale does all of this for you in a blink of an eye. BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara even takes it a step further to give you a full breakdown of your body composition measurements in terms of fat mass, muscle mass, and bone mass – a must-have if you are looking to pursue or maintain certain health goals.

How do BMI scales work?

BMI (Body Mass Index) scales usually work through the utilization of bioelectrical impedance. When you step onto the scale, a small electrical current is sent through your leg and across the pelvis. The sensors on the scale will then pick up the amount of resistance met by the current. Fat contains less water than muscle and provides more resistance due to its higher density. Thus, the resistance can then be used to calculate your body’s fat percentage. The FitTrack Dara is a BMI scale that runs such measurements of resistance through scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate not only your body fat percentage and BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. It even has an app where you can access body composition reports. When equipped with so much insightful information, maintaining your health suddenly gets a whole lot easier.

What variable measurement scale is BMI?

BMI is calculated based on two variables, namely your height and weight. To get your BMI, you take your weight in kilograms and divide it by the square of your height in meters. This number is on a continuous scale and is to be seen as part of a range where the healthy range for adults ranges from 18.5 – 24.9. BMI is undoubtedly a useful measurement when you are checking up on your health. Albeit, it is a rather broad and general measure of risk. However, BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara not only measures your BMI but other important health indicators such as body fat percentage. In fact, it is programmed with scientifically validated FitTrack equations that give you a total of 17 different health indicators for a wholistic look at your health, just by standing on a scale. For a wholistic measure of your health and wellness without the fuss of manual calculations or a visit to the clinic, the FitTrack Dara would be the perfect device.

What is a BMI scale?

A BMI scale is a smart scale that not only measures your weight but returns you the value of your BMI as well, which is a common measurement used to check if you are of a healthy weight. Manual calculation usually involves taking your weight in kilograms and dividing it by the square of your height in meters. However, a BMI scale does all of this for you in a blink of an eye. BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara even takes it a step further to give you a full breakdown of your body composition measurements in terms of fat mass, muscle mass, and bone mass – a must-have if you are looking to pursue or maintain certain health goals.

What does BMI mean on a scale?

Your BMI (Body Mass Index) shows you your weight divided by the square of your height. For example, a BMI of 20 would mean that your BMI is 20kg/m2. However, that number is meaningless if not taken in relation to its scale. For adults, a healthy BMI is ranged from 18.5 – 24.9. BMI is undoubtedly a useful measurement when you are checking up on your health. Albeit, it is a rather broad and general measure of risk. However, BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara not only measures your BMI but other important health indicators such as body fat percentage. In fact, it is programmed with scientifically validated FitTrack equations that give you a total of 17 different health indicators for a holistic look at your health, just by standing on a scale!

How does a scale measure BMI?

BMI (Body Mass Index) scales usually work through the utilization of bioelectrical impedance. When you step onto the scale, a small electrical current is sent through your leg and across the pelvis. The sensors on the scale will then pick up the amount of resistance met by the current. Fat contains less water than muscle and provides more resistance due to its higher density. Thus, the resistance can be used to calculate your body's fat percentage. The FitTrack Dara is a BMI scale that runs such measurements of resistance through scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate not only your body fat percentage and BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. It even has an app where you can access body composition reports. When equipped with so much insightful information, maintaining your health suddenly gets a whole lot easier.

Where can I buy a BMI scale

Gone are the days where you must make visits to the clinic just to get an accurate measurement of your BMI. Today, BMI scales can be easily found on online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay. However, these marketplaces require extensive research to verify that the products being distributed are not mere knockoffs. For more renowned brands of BMI scales, you can probably get them straight from the brands themselves. For example, you can buy a FitTrack Dara straight from the FitTrack website. It’s fuss-free and you may enjoy certain promotions or payment schemes that are offered exclusively on their website. The best part? You can rest assured that what you’re getting is the real deal.

How accurate are digital scale BMI calculations?

As reported by Healthline, most digital scale BMI calculations can only provide what is, at best, rough estimates. However, the FitTrack Dara has been shown by many independent studies to consistently measure +/- 3% off from the DEXA scan, which is the gold standard in measurement. It is known as the most accurate smart scale available and is the definite go-to if you are seeking accurate BMI scales.

How is BMI calculated on a scale?

Such scales usually calculate BMI (Body Mass Index) through the utilization of bioelectrical impedance. When you step onto the scale, a small electrical current is sent through your leg and across the pelvis. The sensors on the scale will then pick up the amount of resistance met by the current. Fat contains less water than muscle and provides more resistance due to its higher density. Thus, the resistance can then be used to calculate your body's fat percentage. The FitTrack Dara is a BMI scale that runs such measurements of resistance through scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate not only your body fat percentage and BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. It even has an app where you can access body composition reports. When equipped with so much insightful information, maintaining your health and wellness suddenly gets a whole lot easier.

Who invented the BMI scale?

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is derived from a formula put forth by Belgian astronomer, mathematician, statistician and sociologist, Adolphe Jacques Quetelet. He realized that weight is meaningless measurement if not put into context, and thus proposed the BMI formula to estimate whether a person has a healthy weight. That was in the 1830s. Today, the BMI scale takes on the form of smart scales that can calculate not only your weight but your BMI as well. The FitTrack Dara is the most accurate and advanced of such scales. Using advanced Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology, this BMI scale returns you a BMI that is clinically accurate along with 16 other health indicators for you to best manage your health. Quetelet may have invented the BMI scale, but it is the FitTrack Dara that is the modern-day representation of the famous formula.

Who was the BMI scale created by?

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is derived from a formula created by Belgian astronomer, mathematician, statistician and sociologist, Adolphe Jacques Quetelet. He realized that weight is meaningless measurement if not put into context, and thus proposed the BMI formula to estimate whether a person has a healthy weight. That was in the 1830s. Today, the BMI scale takes on the form of smart scales that can calculate not only your weight but your BMI as well. The FitTrack Dara is the most accurate and advanced of such scales. Using advanced Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology, this BMI scale returns you a BMI that is clinically accurate along with 16 other health indicators for you to best manage your health. Quetelet may have invented the BMI scale, but it is the FitTrack Dara that is the modern-day representation of the famous formula.

How to calibrate a BMI scale?

The calibration of BMI scales is usually dependent upon the model you are using. The most standardized way you can calibrate your BMI scale is to press the “Zero” button while the scale is empty. This erases any remaining data from previous uses. You then have to set it to calibration mode. This usually requires pressing a combination of buttons and varies with each brand of scale. Check the manufacturer’s website for any available details on this. You will likely find the specific instructions there. Of course, there are BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara where all it takes is for you to quickly step on and off the scale for it to automatically recalibrate. If you’re facing problems with calibration, save yourself some time and frustration and consider investing in a FitTrack Dara. Not only is it reliable in its auto-recalibration, but it is the most clinically accurate BMI scale in the market and can provide not just your BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. A definite must-have if you’re looking for the perfect BMI scale.

When did the US CDC start using the BMI scale?

The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) started using the BMI scale back in the year 2000. BMI has been proven to be a reliable way to determine if a person is of a healthy weight by calculating a person’s ratio of weight to the square of their height. However, BMI is not a perfect measure for the simple fact that it does not directly assess body fat. That is why BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara is essential for maintaining health goals, as it measures both BMI and body fat. In the specific case of the FitTrack Dara, it measures a total of 17 different health indicators, giving you a comprehensive look at your body composition that facilitates better decision-making with regards to the maintenance of your health.

How is a BMI scale set?

The calibration of BMI scales is usually dependent upon the model you are using. The most standardized way you can calibrate your BMI scale is to press the “Zero” button while the scale is empty. This erases any remaining data from previous uses. You then have to set it to calibration mode. This usually requires pressing a combination of buttons and varies with each brand of scale. Check the manufacturer’s website for any available details on this. You will likely find the specific instructions there. Of course, there are BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara where all it takes is for you to quickly step on and off the scale for it to automatically recalibrate. If you’re facing problems with calibration, save yourself some time and frustration and consider investing in a FitTrack Dara. Not only is it reliable in its auto-recalibration, but it is the most clinically accurate BMI scale in the market and is capable of providing not just your BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. A definite must-have if you’re looking for the perfect BMI scale.

How accurate is FitIndex BMI smart scale?

The FitIndex BMI smart scale is known to be rather decent for its price. However, there have been reports of inaccuracies in body fat calculations. If it is clinical accuracy that you require, the FitTrack Dara would be the optimal choice given its proven variation of only +/- 3% from that of the DEXA scan, the gold standard in measurement.

When was the last time that BMI scales were updated?

Technology is constantly advancing and products are always constantly improved upon to ensure that they are up to date. For the market of BMI scales, the FitTrack Dara best embodies this. Not only is the FitTrack Dara the most extensively validated BMI scale, but the FitTrack Medical Advisory Board and its extensive network of scientific experts ensure that FitTrack is always at the forefront of scientific advances. If you’re looking for the most up to date, cutting-edge technology in BMI scales, look no further than the FitTrack Dara. Dual BIA technology, integrated mobile app, award-winning precision technology? What more can you ask for?

What are the categories of BMI scales?

When people refer to BMI scales, it is usually inaccurately referring to two different kinds of scales. Those that measure BMI and those that measure body fat percentage. However, there are scales such as the FitTrack Dara that measures both BMI and body fat percentage. In fact, it measures 17 different health indicators. If you’re torn between which kind of scale to get, then the FitTrack Dara is the solution for you. It offers you a comprehensive set of insights into your health and empowers you to make the most well-informed decisions to reach your health and wellness goals most efficiently.

What are some limits of the BMI scale?

The main problem faced by most BMI scales is that of accuracy. Measurements like weight are usually fairly accurate while more complicated measurements such as body fat percentage, bone mass, and muscle mass tend to be a little varied in accuracy. There are exceptions, of course. FitTrack Dara is renowned for its near-clinical accuracy. As the most accurate BMI smart scale available in the market today, the FitTrack Dara has been proven to consistently measure only +/- 3% off from the DEXA scan, the gold standard in measurement. It also makes up for the limits of basing your standard of health off BMI alone and provides a total of 17 different health indicators through its advanced Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology. It can even track up to 8 different profiles at any given time and even has an infant mode for those looking to keep track of your little one's growth. If you are looking to get a BMI scale but are worried about its limitations, FitTrack Dara would be a perfect choice.

How do I set up my Weight Gurus scale to measure BMI

After you have ensured that batteries have been installed, wake up your Weight Gurus scale by briefly stepping on and off, or simply tapping it with your foot. Then, press and hold the SEL button before using the up and down buttons to make the desired selections on what you want to be measured. The typical results that Weight Gurus provide are body fat %, muscle mass %, water weight, bone density, and BMI. If you are looking for a more comprehensive look at your body composition and health, consider getting the FitTrack Dara instead. It provides 17 different health indicators and is known as the most clinically accurate smart scale in the market at the moment.

The interpretation of the BMI scale for someone who is a healthy weight is…?

For adults, a healthy BMI is ranged from 18.5 – 24.9. BMI is undoubtedly a useful measurement when you are checking up on your health. Albeit, it is a rather broad and general measure of risk. However, BMI scales such as the FitTrack Dara not only measures your BMI but other important health indicators such as body fat percentage. In fact, it is programmed with scientifically validated FitTrack equations that give you a total of 17 different health indicators for a holistic look at your health. If it is not only the interpretation of BMI but that of your health and wellness, the FitTrack Dara stands as the optimal solution in the form of a smart scale.

How can a weigh scale tell you BMI?

BMI (Body Mass Index) scales usually work through the utilization of bioelectrical impedance. When you step onto the scale, a small electrical current is sent through your leg and across the pelvis. The sensors on the scale will then pick up the amount of resistance met by the current. Fat contains less water than muscle and provides more resistance due to its higher density. Thus, the resistance can be used to calculate your body's fat percentage. The FitTrack Dara is a BMI scale that runs such measurements of resistance through scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate not only your body fat percentage and BMI but a total of 17 different health indicators. It even has an app where you can access body composition reports. When equipped with so much insightful information, maintaining your health suddenly gets a whole lot easier.

Where does the BMI scale fail due to height?

BMI scales are not yet equipped to accurately measure height. The innovation behind the product is focused more on complex measurements that are hard to obtain without more advanced equipment. For example, the FitTrack Dara utilizes advanced Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology and scientifically validated FitTrack equations to calculate clinically accurate body composition measurements such as body fat %, muscle mass, and hydration levels. All you have to do is set up a profile with its best-in-market FitTrack Pro app and weigh yourself on the FitTrack Dara. It will then return to you 17 different health indicators to help you fully understand your state of health so you can better reach or maintain your health and wellness goals.

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