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Get an Etekcity Wi-Fi and Bluetooth rechargeable smart scale for $42

Unlike most smart scales, the Etekcity ESF00 Plus displays body composition details right on the scale, so you don't have to open an app to see your stats.

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The Etekcity ESF00 Plus displays your body composition stats on the scale so you don't need to look at the app. 


For years now, the humble bathroom scale has been having a moment. Thanks to smart scales from Fitbit, Withings, Eufy and others, they're now a part of any self-respecting smart home, with your weight and other body stats beamed to a mobile app for long-term tracking. And while most smart scales cost $100 or more (though there are very affordable exceptions), I just found a great one that's also the cheapest I've ever seen. The Etekcity ESF00 Plus is currently available on Amazon for $42 when you apply discount code KWTPPL7D at checkout. It's usually $60, so that's $18 off. Compare this deal with the regular $45 price of the Eufy Smart Scale, which is a superb scale and one of the least expensive.

Why do I love the Etekcity ESF00 Plus? Let me count the ways. First of all, it's both convenient and gorgeous -- I love the tech aesthetic that displays not just your weight, but a bunch of other body composition stats right along the central spine of the scale. Most scales capture all that data, but make you open a mobile app to see it.

And speaking of convenient, this scale has Bluetooth, of course, but it also features Wi-Fi. That means it automatically uploads your data to the VeSync app over Wi-Fi, so you don't have to remember to bring your phone to the bathroom and open an app when you weigh yourself, as you do with most scales.

The scale captures a dozen measurements: weight, body fat, body water, muscle mass, bone mass, protein, BMR, metabolic age, visceral fat, subcutaneous fat, fat-free body weight and BMI. It does that for up to 16 users, and syncs your data with a number of popular apps, including Fitbit and Apple Health. And the scale is rechargeable rather than needing battery replacements.

I'm really tempted to grab one of these myself -- after all, I'm going all-in on Rick's Intermittent Fasting Routine, and I want to chart my progress carefully. 

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