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WW Bluetooth® Body Weight Scale

The WW Bluetooth® Body Weight Scale scale simplifies your WeightWatchers® journey by syncing your weight and BMI to your WW app—all your weight-loss information is in the palm of your hand.

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SKU: 5063082P

Why We Love This

It's proven: Frequent weight tracking helps you lose more weight—and keep it off. Science shows tracking your weight more frequently helps you lose more of it.* Plus, members who keep their weight off are 17 times more likely to weigh themselves at least once a week.** The WW Bluetooth Body Weight Scale makes it easier to turn weight tracking into a seamless routine: simply hook it up to your WW app via Bluetooth and it will automatically record and track your numbers.

Why You'll Love This

BMI Measurements
Great Value
Easy to Use

The Highlights

The WW Bluetooth® Body Weight Scale helps you track your weight, a key behavior that can help you reach your weight loss goals.

  • Measures weight and BMI
  • Connects to the WW app (for WeightWatchers® members), and the Apple® Health and Google Fit® apps
  • Weight capacity of 400 pounds/182 kilograms
  • 11-by-11-inch platform
  • 1.2-inch high-contrast black LCD screen with red light accent
  • Uses three AAA batteries (included)
  • Smartphone or tablet is not necessary to operate the scale
  • NOTE: The weight-only mode will give accurate body weight readings for all users. The body analysis mode will give accurate readings for most people, but it is not calibrated for body analysis measurements of the following groups: anyone under the age of 18 or pregnant women. 

*Zheng Y, Klem ML, Sereika SM, Danford CA, Ewing LJ, Burke LE. Self-weighing in weight management: A systematic literature review. Obesity. 2015;23(2):256–265. doi:10.1002/oby.20946 

 **Phelan S, Halfman T, Pinto AM, Foster GD. Behavioral and Psychological Strategies of Long-Term Weight Loss Maintainers in a Widely Available Weight Management Program. Obesity. 2020; 28:421–428.

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