Fitbit Aria 2 lifestyle imageSource: Fitbit

Best Smart Scale Android Central 2020

Whether you're just beginning your weight loss journey or you're deep into a workout regimen and want to start tracking your progress, a smart scale is an awesome way to keep your fitness goals in check. These scales connect to a corresponding app on your phone or tablet and show you detailed data that you wouldn't get from an ordinary bathroom scale. Our favorite is the Eufy Smart Scale P1, which is easy to use, tracks 14 metrics, and can accommodate multiple users. No matter what features you desire, there's a smart scale on this list for you.

Best Overall: Eufy Smart Scale P1

Eufy Smart Scale HeroSource: Eufy

If you're looking for the best combination of features, an attractive design, and a user-friendly app, you'll love the Eufy Smart Scale P1. It can track up to 14 insightful metrics including body fat, BMI, muscle mass, and more. Got multiple users? No problem. This smart scale allows for up to 16 different users.

It's compatible with popular apps, including Apple Health, Google Fit, and Fitbit. This is easily one of the most accurate smart scales out there thanks to two pairs of super-sensitive G-shaped sensors that guarantee more precise measurements.

Some smart scales have a dedicated pregnancy mode for expectant users, but the Eufy does not. More importantly, the company specifically states that this scale should not be used by pregnant women. It also doesn't have Wi-Fi, but for the affordable price tag, many users might be content with the features it offers.

Pros:

  • Tracks 14 metrics
  • Allows for up to 16 users
  • Excellent accuracy

Cons:

  • Lacks Wi-FI connectivity
  • Not for pregnant users

Best Overall

Eufy Smart Scale P1

Best of the best

There's not much the Eufy P1 can't do. It tracks 14 metrics, works with up to 16 users, and syncs with popular health apps.

Best Value: FITINDEX Bluetooth Body Fat Scale

FITINDEX smart scaleSource: FITINDEX

If you're on a budget but you'd still like to invest in a smart scale, this option from FITINDEX is a great buy. It's easy to operate and tracks 13 key metrics to help you keep track of your stats and progress. Did we mention that this smart scale allows unlimited users? The whole family can enjoy the perks.

It has a sleek but durable design with a tempered glass platform. You'll appreciate the innovative step-on technology and auto-calibration that makes for a simple and quick weigh-in process. Additionally, you can sync all of your data to Samsung Health, Apple Health, Fitbit, and Google Fit.

While the FITINDEX scale is the cheapest option on this list, it does lack Wi-Fi connectivity. If that was a feature you were hoping for, you can expect to pay a bit more to get it. The corresponding app is sufficient but it can be tricky to navigate for first-time smart scale users. Fortunately, that can be solved with a bit of practice.

Pros:

  • Affordable price tag
  • Tracks 13 metrics
  • Unlimited users

Cons:

  • App could be better
  • Lacks Wi-Fi connectivity

Best Value

FITINDEX Bluetooth Body Fat Scale

Best bang for your buck

FITINDEX isn't well known, but the company's smart scale is easily one of the best low-cost options on the market these days.

Best for Fitbit Users: Fitbit Aria Air

Fitbit Aria Air HeroSource: Fitbit

Fitbit users who already have a multi-device ecosystem going will benefit from the Aria Air smart scale. It's more limited than some of the other options on this list, but those who prefer simplicity will find it to be sufficient. It connects to your Fitbit app via Bluetooth.

Whenever you weigh yourself, your data will automatically sync to the app where your data is displayed in easy-to-read graphs. The Aria Air is multi-user friendly and comes in black or white. If you're not worried about the extra metrics that other smart scales track, you'll be content with receiving your weight and BMI with the Aria Air.

It's no secret that the Fitbit Aria Air is a rather basic "smart" scale, especially in comparison to some other choices on the market. Beginners or those who prefer simplicity may not mind the missing perks. You won't have Wi-Fi, a pregnancy mode, and you'll only be able to sync to the Fitbit app.

Pros:

  • Multi-user friendly
  • Automatically syncs to Fitbit app
  • Two color options

Cons:

  • Lacks Wi-Fi connectivity
  • No pregnancy mode
  • Fewer metrics than other scales
  • Only syncs to Fitbit app

Best for Fitbit users

Fitbit Aria Air

Keep it in the family

The Aria Air is a powerful scale, tracking your weight, BMI, and trends over time. However, it only syncs with the Fitbit app.

Best for Alexa Users: Withings Body+

Withings Body+ smart scaleSource: Withings

Tech lovers will be in good hands with the Withings Body+ smart scale. First and foremost, it has Wi-Fi connectivity, which ensures prompt and accurate weigh-ins synced right to the app. If you're accustomed to using Alexa around your home, you'll love the Withings Body+ even more. Simply ask to hear your recent stats or progress over a specific period.

It's also one of the few smart scales with a pregnancy mode, which provides helpful insights about healthy weight gain and allows you to track your baby's weight as well. You can also have up to eight different users on the Withings Body+.

The main con with this smart scale is the hefty price tag. However, you really can't beat the features you get with this one. Other than that, it features a fragile glass top design. Sure, it looks nice in your bathroom, but if you've got kids or pets running around then it could end up being a hazard.

Pros:

  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Works with Alexa
  • Multi-user friendly
  • Pregnancy tracking

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Fragile design

Best for Alexa users

Withings Body+

A truly smart scale

What's better than a Wi-Fi smart scale? A Wi-Fi smart scale that also works with Alexa. Say hello to the Withings Body+!

Best for Beginners: RENPHO Body Fat Smart Scale

Renpho Smart Scale HeroSource: RENPHO

When you're looking for a smart scale for first-time users that's easy to operate, this option from RENPHO is ideal. It tracks 13 important metrics and will sync them all automatically. Not connected when you step on the scale? Not to worry, it will still sync your weigh-in for you next time you're connected via Bluetooth.

The app makes it easy to share progress with friends. Whether you're partial to Apple Health, Samsung Health, Google Fit, or Fitbit, this smart scale can sync to all of them. You don't have to do much other than step on the scale, so it's perfect for beginners.

Aside from the lack of Wi-Fi, the only downside of the RENPHO smart scale is that you can only sync to one device. Having the option for unlimited users becomes a bit of a drag when the data can only be viewed on one device.

Pros:

  • Tracks 13 metrics
  • Unlimited users
  • Great for beginners

Cons:

  • Lacks Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Can only sync to one device

Best for Beginners

RENPHO Body Fat Smart Scale

All of the essentials

Just starting out? The RENPHO Body Fat Smart Scale works with third-party apps, tracks 13 key metrics, and won't break the bank.

Best for Serious Trackers: Garmin Index Smart Scale

Garmin Index Scale HeroSource: DC Rainmaker

When you desire in-depth metrics, tracking for multiple users, and Wi-Fi connectivity, you'll want to check out the Garmin Index. This smart scale tracks your weight, body fat, water percentage, skeletal muscle mass, and more. The setup process is quick and easy, too.

This scale is so smart that it can automatically recognize which user is stepping on the scale and will sync the data accordingly. The display is big and bright, so you'll never struggle to read your weigh-in. It's worth noting this is a good pick for Garmin smartwatch users who want all of their data in one place.

As the most expensive option on the list, the Garmin Index may not be for everyone. Unless you're serious about your health/fitness tracking, it might be hard to stomach the thought of paying this much for a scale. With so many other great features, it's a bummer that Garmin didn't include a dedicated pregnancy mode on this smart scale.

Pros:

  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Tracks all of the key metrics
  • Allows up to 16 users
  • Battery lasts up to 9 months

Cons:

  • Most expensive option
  • Lacks pregnancy mode

Best for Serious Trackers

Garmin Index Smart Scale

This scale means business

For those of you that use Garmin fitness trackers, the Garmin Index smart scale fits nicely in the company's ecosystem. It's also got Wi-Fi!

Best for All Users: QardioBase2 WiFi Smart Scale

Qardio Base 2 HeroSource: Qardio

How can one scale be suitable for all types of users? Most smart scales have some limitations, like not being recommended for use by pregnant women or users with pacemakers. Not only does the QardioBase2 have a dedicated pregnancy mode, but it also has a safe mode for those with pacemakers.

If you don't like messing with batteries, you'll be a fan of this smart scale. It comes with a USB cable and charger for your convenience. It tracks key metrics such as muscle mass, body fat, water percentage, and bone mass. It works with all the apps you know and love. The QardioBase2 has Wi-Fi connectivity and can recognize up to eight users.

There aren't too many negatives when it comes to the QardioBase2. The biggest hurdle is the price tag, which is still pretty high. However, you'll get Wi-Fi, multiple users, tons of metrics, a pregnancy mode, and you don't have to mess with batteries.

Pros:

  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Tracks key metrics
  • Muti-user friendly
  • Pregnancy mode
  • No batteries required

Cons:

  • Expensive

Best for all users

QardioBase2 WiFi Smart Scale

Unique design

The QardioBase 2 tracks your weight, BMI, muscle bass, and has a dedicated pregnancy mode for expectant users.

Best Stylish Design: Yunmai Premium Smart Scale

Yunmai Smart Scale HeroSource: Yunmai

Those who care about the look and feel of their smart scale might find this option from Yunmai to be the most appealing. You'll also be able to choose whether you want it in black or white. With that said, the Yunmai Premium smart scale is more than a looker.

It gives you actionable insight into 10 key metrics and uses Bluetooth connectivity to sync your data to the app. It allows for up to 16 different users, so the entire household can keep track of their progress. The setup process only takes a few seconds, so it's a breeze for both beginners and experts.

The Yunmai Premium smart scale lacks Wi-Fi connectivity and a pregnancy mode, which seems to be a common theme among the mid-range smart scales out there. If you're content with all the other perks it brings to the table, this may not be a deal-breaker for you.

Pros:

  • Tracks 10 key metrics
  • Allows up to 16 users
  • Works with popular fitness apps
  • Quick and easy setup

Cons:

  • No pregnancy mode
  • Lacks Wi-Fi connectivity

Best Stylish Design

Yunmai Premium Smart Scale

Premium design

One of the sleekest smart scales out there, the Yunmai Premium tracks weight, BMI, water weight, bone mass, and more.

Bottom line

The good news is that you can't go wrong with any of the smart scales on this list. You'll pay more than you would for a standard bathroom scale, but these do more than just weigh you. They can track your BMI and bone mass, accommodate multiple users for larger households, and sync up with your favorite apps so you can better track your health and progress.

If we were to recommend just one, our top pick would have to go to the Eufy Smart Scale P1. It offers an in-depth look at your body, works with a bunch of different users, and syncs with apps such as Google Fit, Fitbit, and Apple Health. Round that out with the overall fit-and-finish we've come to expect from Eufy, and you end up with a really solid package. Not to mention that it comes at a reasonable price.

Regardless of your goals or budget, you'll be able to find a smart scale that meets all of your wants and needs. Whether you want Wi-Fi, a dedicated pregnancy mode, an affordable price tag, or a unique design, there's plenty of options to choose from.

Credits — The team that worked on this guide

Joe Maring is a Senior Editor for Android Central and has had a love for anything with a screen and CPU since he can remember. He's been talking/writing about Android in one form or another since 2012 and often does so while camping out at the nearest coffee shop. Have a tip? Send an email to joe.maring@futurenet.com!

Courtney Lynch is a freelance writer at Android Central. She's obsessed with all things health, fitness, and music. At any given time she can be found checking out the latest and greatest gadgets while simultaneously petting her dog and sipping iced coffee.

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