The Omron Fat Loss Monitor with Scale is designed to provide consumers with a way to monitor their bodyweight while at the same time understanding their body fat percentage. This can help to provide a better understanding of the body’s composition and a more thorough comprehension of how weight loss is occurring.
For example, if this product is actually effective, it would help a dieter to tell the difference between burning off excessive fat or burning muscle. It can also help to reduce the chance of mistaking water loss – a very temporary reduction of fluids in the tissues – with actual fat loss. The idea is that the Omron Fat Loss Monitor with Scale will be able to offer dieters an accurate and rapid way to obtain data regarding critical health indicators.
The Omron Fat Loss Monitor with Scale has features that will allow three different fitness indicators to be measured. These are: body weight (in the same way as a standard bathroom scale), body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage.
The device allows four different people to keep their profiles stored so that data does not need to be re-entered every time the device is used in order to produce accurate results, such as with the BMI measurement. The scale also stores previous measurement results in order to be able to track progress through a weight loss or weight maintenance strategy.
The Omron Fat Loss Monitor with Scale works on 4 AA batteries and has a large LCD display in order to make it easier to see. If the device were to be used four times per day, the battery life would continue for an estimated year. The weight capacity of this device is up to 330 pounds. It measures in increments of 0.2 pounds. In terms of the body fat percentage, it measures in 0.1 percent increments, ranging from 5 percent to 60 percent. When it comes to the BMI, it measures in increments of 0.1 and will measure from a BMI of 7 to 90.
The setting ranges are effective for people within the heights span of 3 feet 4 inches and 6 feet 6.75 inches. It can be used by anyone between the ages of 10 years and 80 years. That said, the body fat classification is considered to be most accurate for individuals between the ages of 20 years and 79 years. It is meant for both men and women.