QardioBase 2- Báscula inteligente inalámbrica con análisis de la composición corporal - Blanco Ártico
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- Modo šSmart feedback š- Reemplaza números por emoticonos permitiéndote centrarte en tu progreso a largo plazo y logrando resultados que duren. Menos estrés y más resultados
- Más allá de tu peso - QardioBase además de calcular tu peso, calcula automáticamente IMC y controla los cambios en tu composición corporal (grasa,músculo,agua,ósea)
- Modo embarazo - Diseñado para futuras mamás. Actívalo e introduce tu fecha de vencimiento, este modo te permitirá hacer un seguimiento de tu progreso semestral con gráficos y añadir fotos en la galería
- Reconocimiento automático de múltiples usuarios - QardioBase reconoce automáticamente cada miembro de la familia, manteniendo la privacidad de los datos de cada usuario. Es la báscula perfecta para ti y toda tu familia
- Fácil de configurar y usar - Sincronizar tu QardioBase tardará tan solo unos segundos: simplemente sincroniza la báscula con la App gratuita Qardio y cada uno de tus mediciones se guardará automáticamente en la app
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QardioBase 2 es el primer paso hacia una vida más feliz y saludable. Combina facilidad de uso, funciones inteligentes y análisis completo de la composición corporal y un excelente diseño haciendo que el control de tu peso se convierta en una parte integral de tu rutina. Haga el seguimiento de tu peso, IMC (índice de masa corporal) y composición corporal completa, incluyendo % músculos en masa, grasa, agua y ósea. Alcanza tu objetivo y comprende todas tus mediciones eligiendo el modo que más se ajusta a tu rutina.
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First, what I like about the QardioBase, and now the QardioBase 2. It tracks my weight, body fat, and muscle and presents it to me in an easy to track app on my iPhone, and integrates the information with Apple Health. While I don't use them I appreciate that it has settings to turn off some of these for people with pacemakers, and has a special tracking mode for pregnant women when they set their due date.
But what really made it great is the haptic feedback it gives both when you get on the scale and when it has figured out your weight. On my previous scale I had to keep looking down to see if it had figured out my weight and that movement impacted the measurement. With QardioBase I step on, feel it vibrate, wait for the second vibration then step off to read the display. It is awesome and I feel like I am getting more accurate readings than on my previous scales.
Now the problem with the first QardioBase was it wobbled. It didn't feel very sturdy and you would some times lose your balance when stepping on it. The company tried to fix the issue by sending you extra feet and they improved the situation but there were still some issues. That is completely gone with QardioBase 2. No wobble at all. As a matter of fact it no longer really has feet. Just sits directly on the floor.
As an added bonus is also takes care of the other minor complaint I had about the original QardioBase: it uses 8 AAA batteries. The QardioBase 2 is rechargeable with micro USB. The manual claims it should last a year without recharging but I just received my scale so I haven't verified that.
Overall I am very happy with the QardioBase 2. Improved in all the right ways to make it as close to the perfect smart scale as you can get.
I bought this QardioBase scale and set it up within a few minutes; it synced beautifully via Bluetooth with my Pixel phone.
Because consistency is really important to me I tested it on smooth hardwood floor in my living room and then on the penny tile floor in my bathroom. I recalibrated the scale between weighings and it gave me the correct measurement on both surfaces. Also, I tried holding hand weights to test its accuracy and it was on target.
Overall very pleased and looking forward to trying out the pregnancy mode sometime in the next year or so!
Quick summary: it is great at body weight, not so great at body composition (compared to the Nokia), and its user interface and app ecosystem are OK.
Longer version. The scale arrived fully charged, and took just a few moments to install. The process is to simply turn on the scale (one time when you get it, then it's always ready), install an app on your phone or tablet, and do a simple procedure as guided by the app. I did the wi-fi setup, which is great -- as you don't have to have your phone with you to store a measurement. It's important to put the scale into "normal mode" if you want body composition. Also, if there are multiple users, each must install the app on their phone. When that happens, the scale allows users to do a "tap dance" when necessary to distinguish between them.
Basic use: step on the scale, wait for it to "buzz" under your feet, then step off. If you look down you'll see it give you (by default) your weight and fat %. Works fine, although I always stay on the scale until I get a 2nd "happy face" icon. Not sure if this is necessary or not... The app allows users to establish a desired weight. The "happy face" presumably changes to a "frowny face" if you've been hitting the ice cream too hard. I didn't establish any goal, so only get the happy face.
Accuracy: the weight as reported by my two scales is within 0.2 lbs, and they're both ridiculously accurate and consistent. However, the body fat percentage is not consistent between my two scales, and the Qardio measurements vary widely. First thing you have to know: impedance measurement of fat content is pretty inaccurate in general. However, I've checked my fat percentage in a dunk tank, and Nokia is within a percent and really doesn't vary much. The Qardio is all over the map (it ranged from 24% to 29%; the dunk tank and the Nokia scale both say 23%). Note: to get consistent (if not accurate) results it's important to weigh yourself before coffee, when you're sober, not stuffed, not exhausted, etc. I generally just hop on the scale when I first get up in the morning. I'll continue tracking Qardio vs. Nokia, and will report if my opinion changes. I suspect this is very different from individual to individual, so I wouldn't let my comments stop you from buying this scale.
App: I used the iOS version. It integrates with Apple Health (which is good), and imports measurements from whatever scale you own. However, it only sucks in body composition data from its own measurements. Not an issue if it's your only scale.
General advice: there are benefits to owning multiple devices from the same company. For example, if you use a Qardio blood pressure cuff, then using their scale allows you to see all your data from within a single app. Staying in the same ecosystem is more important than any particular feature of the scale.
Look/feel/aesthetics: I got the white scale, which looks awesome in a white tile bathroom. The display is invisible unless turned on (nice touch), and the haptic ("BUZZ") feedback is nice but not essential. The thing exudes quality, so it'll add a bit of class to wherever you install it.
It's very low maintenance. When the battery gets low, you simply plug in a micro-USB charging cable to it.
Value: The reason for four stars. The Nokia is a few bucks more, but has a few more features: weather display, heart rate, and pulse wave velocity. I like those features, but YMMV. Also, the app and device ecosystem for Nokia is a better fit for my needs. Again, different strokes. Bottom line: this is a nice scale, but you should get one that has just the features you need, and most importantly, works with the ecosystem you use. If that's Nokia, get a Nokia. If it's Fitbit, get an Aria, etc., etc., etc. There are many cheaper scales out there, especially if you're OK with bluetooth (and not wifi) connectivity.
Full disclosure: I work for a sister company to one that makes TVs, phones, semiconductors, and scales. I don't know the scale people, and am writing this as an individual.