We’ve weighed up the smarts of three popular fitness tracking scales. Pick yours and plot your progress
FOR DATA GEEKS
ihealth Core, $200, ihealthlabs. com.au
PRO: Data-dense, with a linkable app that tracks blood pressure, muscle and bone mass, plus visceral and body fat.
FOR BEST VALUE
Eufy Bodysense Smart Scale, $100, amazon.com.au PRO: Top quality, yet low cost, with BMI and body-fat data. CON: The display shows weight only.
FOR EASE OF USE
Fitbit Aria 2, $200, harveynorman.com.au PRO: Works seamlessly with your Fitbit tracker. CON: Lacks key metrics, such as muscle mass.