Garmin Waage

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Garmin Waage

Index™ S2 Smart-Waage. Schwarz. ARTIKELNUMMER Verfügbarkeit: 1. Quartal 1 Über integriertes WLAN werden Messdaten automatisch deinem Garmin Connect Konto synchronisiert. MEHRERE BENUTZER. Die Smart Waage kann bis zu. Ganz gleich, ob du ein motivierter Sportler bist oder nur ein gesundes Gewicht halten möchtest – die Garmin Index ist eine smarte Waage die dir die.

GARMIN Index S2-Smart Waage Schwarz

1 Über integriertes WLAN werden Messdaten automatisch deinem Garmin Connect Konto synchronisiert. MEHRERE BENUTZER. Die Smart Waage kann bis zu. Garmin muss hier stark nachbessern, sonst werden die negativen Berichte über die Waage immer mehr und das muss bei so einem Produkt nicht sein. Gast 1 Über integriertes WLAN werden Messdaten automatisch deinem Garmin Connect Konto synchronisiert. MEHRERE BENUTZER. Die Smart Waage kann bis zu.

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Garmin Index Smart Scale - Test und Unboxing (Deutsch/German)

Behind the scenes, this data is saved on Garmin Connect, and thus accessible from Garmin Connect Mobile or Garmin Connect.

Note: Above, I was purposefully taking a bunch of weigh-ins slightly differently to show multiple weigh-ins on a single screenshot.

You can delete weigh-ins if you want, as well as add a weight goal, which will show up on your trending charts both on the app and on the device itself:.

For the weight scale itself there are a few options in the Devices menu. As noted earlier you can change the widgets, as well as invite additional users to the scale.

Now — what about accuracy? Though, I have done so in the past and recruited a bunch of people to test various devices.

When I look at the Index 2 vs Index 1, the weight is almost always nearly identical — such as. The body fat however was pretty substantially different, usually about The tweaks were to allow for more accuracy and more sensitivity in the measurements.

There will almost certainly be some noticeable differences between readings on the original and the S2. With more sensitivity, the S2 will allow for more fluctuations and movement over time in those metrics compared to the original.

Now within the Index scales you can tweak your profiles Activity Class seen above , which in theory improves accuracy for body fat measurements on more athletic people.

Though, in my case it made no difference. After all, the fact that one scale has me 2. Moving to 3rd parties, things are super mixed.

Some platforms support it, but many disappointingly do not. Assuming an app is supported though, you can link it up to get weight data automatically sent to it.

So you kinda have to figure them out yourself. However, some creative 3rd party apps have basically made a bridge where you can do that via a Fitbit account, but, that 3rd party app SmartScaleSync.

Or these years. The repeatable pattern is every few years Withings, Fitbit, or Garmin will release a minor update of their scale with a handful of new features.

In the case of the Index S2, it retains the same expensive price as previous, but now adds the new color display and trending information.

As with all my scale reviews, whether or not you find value in the extended metrics beyond just simple weight is up to you. For straight baseline weight, I find most of these scales even cheap department store scales , tend to be surprisingly consistent and accurate.

Beyond that, for electrical impedance-based metrics like body fat, the accuracy varies quite a bit from model to model, and the value can also be a bit more questionable too.

I do in general find WiFi scales a far better option than Bluetooth only scales. There are some 3rd party integrations that have half-heartedly worked over the years like MyFitnessPal syncing , but usually they eventually break.

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So the older scale now will take multiple readings per day and not over write them in Garmin Connect? Based on your comments several years ago on this basis I had ruled this scale out but now am much more interested.

So we now have a Swim 2 and an Index 2!. Seems like reasonable refreshes of neglected products though I will not be replacing my original Index.

All the upload hassles that lasted for years I spent hours packet sniffing , though recently solved, mean they burnt their bridges with me on this product line.

Now if only Garmin will integrate with Health Mate so that we could get our data in without having to use the middleman called MyFitnessPal. The audience is split.

I split things in various posts both ways. Historically speaking the Index scale has done better in the US. Finally, I use metrics both ways.

No meaningful difference to me. Believe me Ray, in the future there will come a day when your mile times become your Kilometre times.

They should really set the units based on the person. My wife prefers imperial and I prefer metric.

Yup, Garmin Connect Mobile pushes it to Apple Health. In fact, you can also use apps like HealthFit to push that data elsewhere from your phone. Pretty sure Garmin Connect Mobile does that rather than the scale.

I have the original Index and see my weight data in health. MediaMarkt had it Monday here: link to mediamarkt. Here I am thinking I need to lose some weight and I find out I am the same height and weight as the great Ray Maker!!!

Crisis averted! Has that been your experience too, Ray and others? Is the experience with the S2 different? There are times when weight goes up due to increase in muscle but body fat should sensibly go down but it seems to track with weight.

That is the case with every cheap scale. The original Garmin Index? Completely inconsistent, Bizarro World random number generator on the body-comp side.

I would love tighter integration with Garmin. Do you have your withings scale set to athlete mode when you compare it to your Dexa scans?

I ended up turning that off because I thought the numbers were too low. Bryan, I came exactly to the same conclution.

S1 can only measure weight. Everything else is calculated using weight and height. Got a replacement from Garmin, but same behavior.

I do not buy the S2 unless, unless I find a serious unbiased review showing that the S2 can measure more than just weight.

Once the basics are working I care about the unboxing and stuff. Is the data from the scale used in Garmin Connect as base for BMR calculations and other weight based metrics?

There is not body fat settings in GC so this was the only solution for proper calories calculations. Yep, I have the same issue with my 1st gen Index scale.

I have the same question. I tried requesting said access as an individual hoping to create a personal sync solution, but also failed.

It looks like you have to be quite special to get Garmin API access. Oh, speaking of which…Garmin Developer Conference starts in 14 mins…maybe some news there will drop.

Did Garmin present any news about integrations on the developer conference? I was occupied doing more important work stuff.

For users, the more important bit is more granular control for how users give rights to their data and portions. Adding any form of API to make it easy to upload data means they start loosing control of this.

I have not checked the terms and conditions recently but historically you were never meant to upload data that was not from a Garmin device.

Technically parsing an arbitrary Fit file is harder than when you only deal with your own Fit files. There are plenty of discussion threads where developers are trying to figure out why Garmin connect want accept there Fit files even though there files are perfectly valid and sites that are not tied to a specific manufacturer ream them perfectly well.

Garmin may or may not be trying to make life hard. If you have any intention to mix devices then your main training platform can not be tied to a manufacturer.

One of them rotates between pounds, stone, and kg. But the scale has a mind of its own, and frequently switches units on me. Having a physical switch that would fix it on one unit would be an advantage.

The original model had has? Do you know if this has been rectified, at least to give a more gradual phasing of algorithms between different Activity Levels?

Ray, did you test the scale with multiple users syncing to Garmin. I found that people who had partners that used the scale mucked up the Garmin health data.

In fact, one of the measurements showed a 7kg weight increase in just 5 minutes it was the weight of the pregnant girl friend!

I own a Withings scale with a NOKIA tag for already 4 years. It is funny to see that between garmin and Withings the only major difference is the color screen.

There are no other interesting feature on the S2 that I do not find on the Withings. Of course the Withings does not integrate with GARMIN connect, but at least I am able to have the weight.

The Withings App is far better in displaying trends than Garmin Connect or at last, it was 3 years ago when I sold mine for the S1 wich I regretted 2.

How hard can this be? How multiple weight-ins per day are calculated? In the graph I see a dot on a lower part of the grey blob.

There is no calculation. Only the last weight will be pushed to the devices. Only the last weight is used to plod your trend line as a graph.

No average values per day are used for that. Only thing: you can see the range of that day via the blobs as you call them. That chart shows how useless these things are, except to give indications of the direction of change…As a canonical example your bone mass changed 0.

With the old Tanita, the measurement is being stored: In your device On Garmin Connect In Healthy Edge software desktop Tanita cloud my. Pricewise, the Garmin is fair comparing to Tanita.

BC was EUR in and the BC is holding the price level of EUR since …. You do not need a Garmin, Polar, Suunto, Samsung, Apple, or any device to do a measurement on Tanita.

It has a desktop software associated with it…. Any idea of changes to this data? Hello Ray. Interesting review as usual. I have a question regarding the weight trending chart.

On your app screenshot, it looks like it is based on the last weight-in blue dot recorded per day. To me it is not really appropriate.

Indeed the trend should refer to measures taken in the conditions that is just after waking up in the morning therefore the first weight-in of the day.

As you mentioned a weight loss after a workout is quite artificial. Could you precise the way the trending chart is computed in case of multiple weight-ins of course?

Many thanks. Nope, that is wrong… Body composition must be measured at the end of the day when all fluids and processes of the body are up and running.

This information was also included in a manual for scales What must be measure right after awakening is the blood pressure! I was enamored with the ancillary measurements, but now I only bother with the weight tracking.

It syncs with Apple health, so my weight is always up to date throughout my apps. The Withings has had a rechargeable battery for years. It only needs to recharged once or twice a year.

Not sure why Garmin is still using AA batteries. My main issue with Withings is that it cannot tell users apart if their weights are similar.

My wife and I have crossed weights since the pandemic I run all day, she is more stationary, leave it at that. You would think it would be easy to differentiate between users considering that the scale is taking or making multiple measurements, but it seems they only differentiate based on weight.

This has led to mixups. I wonder if Garmin is any smarter about the way it handles users. I still use an old Tanita BC circa I see nothing here to cause me to upgrade.

As long as the Tanita keep on going, and the app works, I stick with my current set up. Need to know………Do I need to know this info? I somehow got it to sync with Garmin and Strava, but I have not idea how.

Maybe through MyFitnessPal? My favourite application is link to trendweight. Ray, have you heard anything if the Google deal is going to change that?

Nothing there yet. They would sell a ton of those. I align with you and think most of the other metrics are largely useless. I wrestled in highschool and the difference between calipers, bioimpedence, and hydrostatic testing is crazy.

The structure of a person impacts it greatly. The phone connects to the scale via BT. Its the only time these two are talking. At the point the scale is online, it will only talk to the server where the Connect App pulls the data.

So you had to enter the weight manually via the app. My index 1 stopped recording body weight metrics about a year ago after three or four years of ownership.

Seems to be a problem others have had per a thread on forums. I really with more companies would take the route of Withings e. Solves the carpet problem perfectly, no matter what type of carpet you have.

We bought into the Wyze ecosystem with a cam, which has been fabulous. Then added the sensor kit — equally great. I rigged a contact sensor to tell me when the garrge door opens and closes and Alexa announces that transition.

Then, an outdoor cam. Not as impressed. Some of their newer devices are getting mixed reviews, maybe as they move away from their basic cam expertise.

So, Wyze scale? Does the scale acknowledged that the weight was before or after a workout which may cause weight loss? Taking this a step further, after a workout, Garmin estimates your water loss, I wonder if they could actually track my water loss through my weight change if done immediately before and after.

Thats also the reason it doesnt show you 30days trend when you unbox it even when you had the S1. The water loss estimation is done in-device on the newer devices.

Garmin Connect does not correct that data point if you weight in. Hi Ray, thanks for the coverage, I enjoyed your keynote today. If anyone has questions about SmartScaleSync.

The photos of the Garmin scale look almost exactly like my model right down to the markings on the foot bed. The Weight logger app keeps your previous entries so its easy to quickly update and save or upload the new data to GC.

For whatever reason I was enthusiastically waiting for this new version even though it is a scale. Not disappointed, but it did not instantly streak to the top of the buy-list either.

It would be insanely awesome to someday have TrueUp Recovery Status, Training Status, distance-to-goal, and hydration status displayed in the widget rotation.

Until then I would probably turn off all the widgets to get off the scale quicker. The weather data is a good addition, but in my specific case I already have easy access to that.

Having it parade my GC data to me before my morning exercise would be useful though. I wonder for years why it is impossible to measure HRV with a scale.

Feet should be a very good option to do this far better than fingers because of its large surface. It would be a big improvement to take the daily readiness while standing a little bit longer on the scale.

THIS would be a feature making me buying a smart scale! I understood that it is possible to jump on the scale and it syncs via Garmin connect to trainingpeaks.

I wonder why the scale cannot display additional info from our Garmin watch, like body battery, stress score or sleep quality.

The data are in cloud anyway. I am wondering what happens if you change your age in the scale to say 50, or 20? Does the body fat percentage magically go up or down by a few points?

My stupid scale Beuer does that … Oh, and when do you think the Elite TUO review is coming out? I feel like spending some money…but only with your blessing:.

Even Changing activity class can change readings as DesFit shows in his video: link to youtu. However, it makes sense because those scales are using some tables to look up your body fat based on resistance reading coming from scale.

There is a lot of guess work there. For example if you have relatively skinny legs and most of your fat is stored in your upper body, home scales might be under reporting your body fat.

For sure. If you want reasonable results you have to spend much more money for example for InBody Hi Ray — Thanks for your review. I have an Index S1 scale and have noticed an inverse relationship between body water percentage and body weight.

For example, my water percentage is generally around The higher the water percentage is the lower my weight becomes. If you burn fat and your weight goes down while keeping the amount of water constant, your water percentage will go up.

If I move the scale somewhere else, the process to change the WiFi network connection is anything but user-friendly. And the worst is you see in the app that the SSIDs used previously have been stored — just not the passwords nor any intent to use this data.

Reckon you could get Doom to run on it? FIT files is trivial. Yet still, three months after release — nothing has changed there.

Now, the Garmin Index scale is not without its oddities. Weighing more than once per day: However, there are some undesirables within it.

But, if I step on the scale again after my run — then the earlier data record is oddly discarded — keeping only the last data point per day.

It sounds like it may still be a few months away. Setup: Some folks have had issues with WiFi setup and connectivity. In my case, I did not have issues on a final production unit.

However, I did have troubles earlier on. Subsequent software updates mostly on the phone apps , have made that process pretty solid.

MyFitnessPal: While Garmin has a partnership with MyFitnessPal to sync weight data, it seems to work sporadically.

Sometimes the weight shows up, sometimes not. And sometimes it shows up days later without explanation. Back in November I wrote about all of the WiFi scale options on the market.

And, ultimately my original post pretty much holds just as true now as it did a couple of months ago. Your choice in scale really comes down to where you have your data, and which devices you currently use.

While there are additional features like muscle mass and body fat on some — the accuracy of such metrics is questionable at best.

So you do still have cheaper options. So — do you get the Garmin Index Scale or not? Basically, it all comes down to one question: What platform are you using to monitor your weight, and do you want the extra advanced metrics?

If that platform is Garmin Connect, and if you want those advanced metrics — then the Index Scale is solid and generally works well.

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Subscribe me to the newsletter. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can click here to Subscribe without commenting. As you say, the majority of the software infrastructure is already there, so it would seem relatively trivial to support it.

No indication. I have not consistently got it to work but some tools I used to use went away. You state that the ability for data syncing with 3rd parties is already in place and have noted correctly I think that the lack or sync is a deal breaker for many.

A But other companies are. We know Sport Tracks is, as is Training Peaks since they do it for other scales today.

And, we know consumers are which is really what counts. B The cost to integrate is virtually non-existent for Garmin.

The Garmin Auto Sync service could easily just send the Weight. In fact, they likely added code to keep that from happening automatically.

That would just be good for consumers and Garmin! Only a year late to this discussion. But just on the subject on Garmin connecting to 3rd party apps.

However if weight is added manually into MFP it will sync backwards clearing Connect of all data except the new weight. Kind of useless.

We inquired with the Garmin API team about 3rd party sync support and they responded that there are no plans to allow synching Smart Scale data to any platform other than Garmin Connect.

One can easily send Garmin data about weight to MfP which then can upload it elsewhere. Ya just lose everything—except actual weight.

In the pic of all the different scales it is remarkable how similar the aesthetics of the designs are. I am sure there is not a lot you can do with a scale but someone could have tried to be a little different.

Ray do you know if this is the case? Hmm, hard to say, but I doubt it. I think it comes down to them all using the same tech, and that the environment is pretty straight forward.

And, electrical impedance is generally well understood even if easily tricked. You said that from the end of last year the weight in your garmin devices is being updated Ehen syncing via the app.

Is there anything within the settings I missed? You need to sync via the Garmin Connect Mobile app. Not all devices have that option. I am using a Withings WBS01 that I have had for years.

I believe that it syncs with MFP which, in turn, syncs my weight with Garmin Connect. I guess, in this sense, my aging Withings scale actually works better than the Garmin one as it never fails to sync with MFP and will update my Garmin devices as often as I weigh in and sync them.

Just one question… How are you gonna get that permanent marker cleaned off your computer screen? You should be able to add the weight info on the dashboard.

Disconnect from garmin mobile, reboot the iphone than login to garmin mobile…. In any event we have loved ours and we are pretty much a Garmin family so it integrates well overall.

Although my son gets mad at the scale when it shows he has went below lbs again. I keep telling him time and Mother Nature will definitely fix that issue.

My scale arrived yesterday and after setting it up i got a FW update notice in my Garmin Connect. After using it this morning and checking my connect the notice was gone, i checked the scale remove one battery and put it back in i saw it was on 2.

Any luck with this yet? I think I have a similar issue. My GarminConnect says that version 2. Will this update automatically through the wifi eventually, or should I go through the set-up process again?

Not recording more than one weight for a day is really annoying me. Fingers crossed they fix that soon. Get a Withings instead, that records every time you step on the scale and offers loads of ways to get your data too.

Even weekly measurings are enough if the training and food intake is consistent. Why would someone obsess about weighing more in the evening compared to the morning is beyond me.

Weighing less after exercise allows you to monitor sweat and fluids so is useful. Weighing multiple times a day just to find your weight would be pointless as far as I can see.

Good post Ray but I believe your conclusion is wrong in a slightly subtle way. If the platform were lacking that might be forgivable.

You and I both know the platform is just fine though and fully capable. Someone at Garmin has made a very deliberate decision to be anti-competitive here and disable various functions that the developers have probably had to comment out.

Apple health integration works. They chose not to enable weight sync. Web platform sync works, they chose not to enable weight sync.

I agree for some it makes sense to buy, but only because Garmin are being douche bags with their API! I think in this case it deserves to be phrased like that.

Someone at Garmin has made a very clear choice against playing nicely and they need to be told what a dumbass that makes them. Unfortunately you have to be a nit nicer than that, but hopefully Garmin read these comments and us customers can be as direct as we want.

What do they have to gain there? The only things I can think of are that A if a company that garmin intends to compete against ie.

UA has already subscribed to their auto sync service, they might currently have no way of preventing them from getting the weight, B garmin wants to capture the new user market in their ecosystem and finally C while it seems far fetched, maybe Garmin has designs on getting into the analytics market.

I seldom if ever return products but after 3 weeks I had enough. I took mine back. Reasons: 1. Flakey wifi connection despite isolating channels etc.

Single reading per day is terrible. Very laggy on the foot tap. Extremely easy for other users to overwrite your daily reading.

Have you had any issues with it being extremely sensitive turning on? I just have to walk past my scale and it turns on.

Been using mine for 2 weeks now. Not once has it sent the data to MyFitnessPal — XT workouts are syncing to MFP so I know my accounts are set up correctly.

Annoyingly in Garmin Connect web, if you want to see run data in miles, you can only view weight data in pounds. Change to kilograms and you get kilometres.

Use it for trending only. These are things they can fix but I find it sloppy and disappointing. Even with the plastic black feet it had me between 5kg and 20kg too light,.

But with just the included plastic feet, it was under reporting by a couple of pounds. Seems like some pretty serious short comings.

In particular the only recording saved is the last value of the day. Pretty much making any kind of weight trend useless. I have a ton of Garmin devices but would have to totally disagree with your assessment that that is a good reason to stick with Garmin here.

The craziest part is it is the most expensive scale in the wifi space too. The list of problems remains huge but I will admit it is likely most could be fixed by firmware updates and software backend changes in time but the scale launched in late November and her we are a couple months later and nothing so far other than improving the setup it seems.

I was actually talking with friends about it last week a bit, walking through the options. And of course, you could use MyFitnessPal as a 3rd party sync engine — but we all know how well that works.

But… Apple.. Technically MFP is now a competitor to Garmin, no?? I have the Withings… Is there a way to get these data uploaded to Garmin Connect?

It seems only weight is registered. Provided that I have setup the scale correctly for me so with my account and let someone else without an account use the scale, will it still work?

It just seems to evaporate on a Withings Scale, the unknowns data just goes into a bucket to assign to a user or discard. Thanks very much, Ray!

Weighing more than once per day issue and Bluetooth only for setup and only wi-fi transfer of data is not written in the manual!

Ray,i am heavily leaning towards getting a TomTom spark cardio. Any idea which scale works best or at all with the TomTom app? In theory with the old MapMyFitness backend, it would have worked behind the scenes sorta, barely.

But now, nothing to my knowledge. The idea of a wifi scale integration is fantastic and something I desire. Possibly a deal breaker.

For those of you who are on the fence about getting any scale — get one! I love how easy it is to log in your weights etc daily.

Ray — on a side note — have you considered adding bullet points of Pluses and Minuses for some of your readers who may be limited on time to read the entire review?

They just look at chunks of text — big vs small. Of course, it works both ways. Sometimes a single con is a huge one, but not valued as such.

People just base everything on a single number, without utilizing critical thought. Ray is totally spot on.

The scale is a pleasure if you are stranded in the walled garden. It is trouble free re wifi compared to my first gen Withings scale. Btw looking fwd from Garmon feedback may be to you about integration of health data sync with St3 or TP.

I had this thought and am wondering if it would be worth the effort or not for being able to have multiple weigh-ins on the same day without messing up the actual trend of your typical weigh-ins.

Would it be worth it to add another user JB primary and JC secondary for yourself. You would weigh in as normal to create your base line data point for that day or week and then when you need your second weigh in after a run or workout in the same day, tell the scale you are the secondary user instead of the primary.

It is my understanding that you would need to have a new Garmin connect profile if you actually wanted to track the second weigh ins, which I could see as being a hassle to log into and out of accounts.

Does this seem like it is something that could work around the multiple weigh-ins until Garmin actually allows you to have multiple data points on the same day?

Just curious. Why would you spend more to go through this hassle vs just getting a Withings? Even before I got a wifi scale, I found Garmin Connect so lacking in the way it handled weight that I was happy to be using non Garmin software to manage this.

And I would have to scribble the additional e. Long answer is that if I invest in a wifi scale, I would want to be able to see all of the data from the scale on my tracking site.

It sounds like I would be able to get the weight data from the Withings to Connect, but not the other metrics that are the reason I want from the scale.

Because Connect and Strava are the only websites that I use and I do not want to add another site that I would have to check,I am willing spending more to stay in the Garmin ecosystem.

Granted either would be easier than my current set up with a regular scale and manually entering weight into Connect every day.

Mike P- I think we are in the same camp. I am fine with getting the Withings, but not getting all of the data from it into Connect would be my biggest drawback.

I too worry about forgetting to switch users, so that is another thing that makes me want to wait and see if Garmin will add the ability to have multiple data points before I jump into the wifi scale game which is hard since the new toy pull is hard to resist.

On the topic of setup. I bought the Garmin Index in January and had a terrible time getting it to connect to my router which included spending about an hour on the phone with Garmin support to no avail.

Once I changed the router setting to WPA2 the setup worked like I had originally expected it to and I have had no issues with the scale.

Thought this might help someone who may encounter similar issues. Hi guys. Got everything working just fine, no problems. Also, added my wife with a new account without any problem.

Any Ideas? I have the same issue. Additionally, my Omron scale puts me at roughly double what the garmin says. I reached out to garmin and they said that while it was not a widely reported issue they would try to determine the cause of the readings and a solution.

I believe you actually you can change this setting. Now the scale gives me a fat percentage of 14,8. Although my weight is seems very accurate my body fat measurement fluctuates from I had read somewhere you could create a hotspot on your phone and use that to sync.

Is that what you did? I managed to do it once but since then the scales refuse to connect to my hotspot iOS. And why did Garmin decide not to allow sync via a phone using Bluetooth?

Best wishes, Scott. Great post. Sister-in-law will probably be the same. I had thee same question, and after buying and trying the scale, it took a bit of figuring but it definitely does.

For me, with a brand new scale with, when I weigh myself and log it to my Garmin Connect account it works perfectly. When I weigh someone else 20lb lighter, it decides that person is me, and associates it with me.

I assume this will get better with more data history for it to go on. It needs quite a firm tap, and if you miss it, then you end up with your measurements being overwritten by the other user.

Like I said, from what I read this should improve over time, unless your other user is quite close to you in weight.

Same here. Bluetooth is always on. In the 90s I raced DH for GT and at back then the weight was mostly muscle mass — now not so much it has moved to the belly!

For the past 4 years I have struggled to get below — calories in vs calories out is not always the formula. Anyway — asa data guy — I am always looking for an edge that might just help me get past this roadblock — thus the reason for my question.

For me, it is consistent tracking daily first thing in the morning and graphing. Ignore your daily weight but pay attention to your 7 day average.

This gives you relatively quick and accurate feed back if you are on track. Keeps you honest with yourself. Scales like this will help you not forget to log the data which is huge for most people.

But you still need to look at the data. Beyond that, there is no magic to these scales. I agree. I think it all boils down to one thing: Will you actually log what you weight when you weigh yourself.

It remembers — instantly, and forever. I did so at a granular level — even logging vitamins — I have a fitness tracker for the daily and I use an Edge for all my cycling.

It works fine. I really mis 1 multiple per day option , as noticed to monitor dehydration. Morning or evenings. Well yesterday — I received my scale form Amazon after a lot of research and have it all hooked up and running.

Well that is no longer the case — at some point form the time you wrote this review and today — Garmin made a change in the system so that OVERTIME you get on the same it updates your account?

So, if your consistently getting not he scale int he morning when you get up to track your weight loss and where that loos is coming from and then get on the scale after fueling and hydrating before a ride — you have now just jacked up your metrics!

From a statistical standpoint, this is the dumbest thing they could have done? That is one of the things many of us said would be a non-starter with this scale for exactly the reasons you mention.

If you have weight from a Withings scale fed to Garmin Connect via MyFitnessPal, it only keeps the latest measurement of the day. Just to be clear, per my original statement in the post, I think Chris just misunderstood what I wrote.

I did ask Garmin about it at MWC, and they are working on a fix. Garmin has confirmed to me that weight data was NEVER a feature to transfer.

I believe that needs to be clear for buyers of the scale; your data will not transfer. The weight information not transferring, is not an issue that needs fixing, it is simply not a feature.

I have included a link below, where you can submit an idea to our development team. The more people that make this suggestion, the more likely it will be implemented.

You are by no means the first person to ask about weight syncing to MyFitnessPal. As I noted, sometimes it works…and sometimes not.

Ray as of today NOBODY is getting their data transferred to myfitnesspal via the garmin forums. MyFitnessPal is owned by Under Armour, who now produces a line of competing devices including a scale.

But it was, as a number of folks in that thread on the 2nd page note it was working. I use both the index scale and myfitnesspal and can tell you for certain that garmin has sent them my weight intermitently for a total of 15 separate days since I got my scale on Jan During that time there was only one period where the weight was sent on consecutive days; 4 straight days from feb 15 to feb Feb 18 is also the last day that weight was successfully received.

I checked with Garmin folk. Make an edit in weight, just scroll back and forth. No need to change the actual weight. Save and go back and out.

MFP will have updated your weight next time you log in. Tanita: Weight Index: Weight Brad, I also got both Tanita plus and garmin index, my muscle mass almost fell in half and bone mass doubled between Tanita and garmin garmin halfed my muscle and doubled bone mass , same for my wife.

I understand Consistent readings is what matters , but can anyone tell which scale reports closer numbers to reality?

Im sure someone weighed the bones of a dead person and there is an acceptable range out there. I also have both, and have seen wildly inconsistent reading on the Tanita.

The Garmin is more or less the same. I like the scale and we are 4 in the family and it auto recognises all of us. I personaly step on the scale when I get out of bed in the mornings.

But I like the autolog versus writing it down in a book that my kid splash water on. Garmin Connect app syncs the weight form the web based Garmin connect website, however ignores all other metrics.

Is there a way to get Garmin Connect app to register all the other measurements produced from the Tanita scale, like it does for Garmin Index smart scale?

I just got these scales to replace my Withings ones which died. Apple no longer stock the Withings and Withings do not ship to NZ, so I had to get a refund and replace them with these.

So far, the scales are fine. Connect is a different matter. I have no metrics beyond weight in the app version and on the web version, no drop downs but weight.

I am wondering if this may be a browser issue Safari as the drop down boxes on the Garmin Support site are blank too. Do you have Garmin Connect connected to MyFitnessPal?

MyFitnessPal will overwrite all other Index metics if it syncs back to Connect so that only weight exists in Connect.

This has been an issue since the Index was released and Garmin and MFP just point fingers at each other…instead of solving the issue.

I did — I have deleted that link and it seems to be working now, thanks. Hope they fix the bug. I have also noted that it seems not merely to record only one weight per day, but only the first one of each day.

It is not replacing that with later weights on the same day. Also I have had some big discrepancies — 2Kg difference on weighing events only 1 minute apart!

I can not express how satisfied and impressed I am with the Withings scale — it simply does the job that I needed.

You can make this machine the part of your daily life once it is in your bathroom. With no hassle, you would be allowed to track your weight everyday with this helpful kit.

I guarentee you that you would be so much helped to maintain your diet and maintain your weight with this Withings scale.

Posting to their us forums about this topic seems to be a no go. They closed down my thread which should have been located here:.

While I agree with you and the statement you quote from Garmin is pretty dubious, your post remains and the thread is not locked.

I changed over from the Aria to the Index in January — at the moment I am not amused at all! My first Index Scale would loose the WLAN settings every Days.

I had to setup the WLan fresh after days of use. The Scale would search and find nothing over and over again. Entered the setup menu on my phone and wothout changing anything the WLAN worked again.

Not Funny at all. Tried a different Router, changing the settings in the router with Garmin rep. Nothing Helps. Last week I agreed on a Change out and on Saturday a got the Relacement Scale.

Damn, this one is even worst. It Looses the settings Every morning! This looks to be a Software bug. At the Moment I CAN NOT Recommend this Scale to anyone.

I have told so may People in the gym and at work to wait…. GARMIN Fix this Software! This needs to be said and People need to be aware of the Problems with the Index.

The Forum has a few People with the same Problem and the German Hotline told me the Problem is known…but there is no soulution?

Are we supposed to accept this? Step on, no WLAN, setup, WLAN Network add, exit step on the scale…. I for one am very dissapointed and if this problem is not fixed soon, I will return the scale and start my Aria back up….

Can you do this on the scales or in the app? Hi thanks the pictures are great and I would guess I am at the lower end of this but I was hoping the scales actually can do it more accurately?

The first one I got never worked right, recording, displaying and reporting only weight and BMI. I sent it back and got a replacement via Amazon.

The 2nd one worked OK with some erratic behavior for a few months but in my most recent successful weigh-in it displayed my weight then appeared to reset itself.

I can no longer get past the wrench icon. I tried a reset and setting it up via the iOS app with no luck. I tried taking the batteries out for several hours then holding down the reset button until the display turned white.

Which makes no sense whatsoever. So then it overwrites my data with that of a 26 lb person. It routinely prevents my wife from selecting her own profile when she uses the scale.

It gives her a choice of my profile or nobody. On 1, any chance your two year old in the process of trying to weight themselves selected you?

Would be an easy thing to do if they were just playing on the scale. Otherwise, it would have defaulted to the question mark.

Thanks Ray. Swear on my life. Have you set up a user for your 2 year old? Garmin should really allow for include all ages and heights as potential users as their connect platform.

The first weight in the morning is often 2 kg lower than if I do a second one 2 minutes later and yesterday the scales told me I had lost 8kg in 24 hours.

I now have no idea which figure is the accurate one if any and frankly am now looking at returning these to replace them with another brand to see if that is any better, unless anyone can suggest a fix for the erratic behaviour?

Greetings Ray. I really like all the features it has, however, there are a lot of negative comments and reviews about it out there which leads me to ask you- Some 6 months now after your initial write up, and 2 months after your in depth review would you recommend this scale?

I want a smart scale to aid my weight loss and fitness improvement and as I have all Garmin products and like all the features the Index has it sounds like just what I want.

And the same with muscle mass. And if gaining muscle mass, then my fat mass and BMI should show as going down, right?

So I want to use this to track weight and fat loss, BMI decrease, and hopefully also see muscle mass increase and bone mass staying same or increasing.

So why not just go to the Bod-Pod? I like gadgets And this will be easy to use at home. Really feel let down by garmin with this product.

I bought these scales on the back of all my other products are gramin. But the lack of 3rd party integration is a major let down, especially given how poor their own platform garmin connect is.

The data from all my other devices transfer to trainingpeaks etc no problem. Unfortunately they seem far more concern about wheeling out a new product every week than getting the products spot on and retaining their long standing customers.

Just look at how many running watches they have out at the moment, its nigh on impossible to know which to chose. I personally think Garmin as company needs to get back to basics and do what they do best, produce good products that work.

All it would take is a competitor to really get its act together and there could be a major power shift. Notice the button line of icon in the picture.

But there is a trick you need to do, if you have had the app installed for a while. Not sure from when, exactly. Anyways, you need to uninstall and reinstall it and then you will see weight as one of the options to be shown on the main snapshot page.

Discovered this by coincident when setting up Vivosmart for my mom, and tracked it back to a re-install. In the graph I see a dot on a lower part of the grey blob.

There is no calculation. Only the last weight will be pushed to the devices. Only the last weight is used to plod your trend line as a graph.

No average values per day are used for that. Only thing: you can see the range of that day via the blobs as you call them.

That chart shows how useless these things are, except to give indications of the direction of change…As a canonical example your bone mass changed 0.

With the old Tanita, the measurement is being stored: In your device On Garmin Connect In Healthy Edge software desktop Tanita cloud my.

Pricewise, the Garmin is fair comparing to Tanita. BC was EUR in and the BC is holding the price level of EUR since ….

You do not need a Garmin, Polar, Suunto, Samsung, Apple, or any device to do a measurement on Tanita. It has a desktop software associated with it….

Any idea of changes to this data? Hello Ray. Interesting review as usual. I have a question regarding the weight trending chart.

On your app screenshot, it looks like it is based on the last weight-in blue dot recorded per day. To me it is not really appropriate.

Indeed the trend should refer to measures taken in the conditions that is just after waking up in the morning therefore the first weight-in of the day.

As you mentioned a weight loss after a workout is quite artificial. Could you precise the way the trending chart is computed in case of multiple weight-ins of course?

Many thanks. Nope, that is wrong… Body composition must be measured at the end of the day when all fluids and processes of the body are up and running.

This information was also included in a manual for scales What must be measure right after awakening is the blood pressure!

I was enamored with the ancillary measurements, but now I only bother with the weight tracking. It syncs with Apple health, so my weight is always up to date throughout my apps.

The Withings has had a rechargeable battery for years. It only needs to recharged once or twice a year. Not sure why Garmin is still using AA batteries.

My main issue with Withings is that it cannot tell users apart if their weights are similar. My wife and I have crossed weights since the pandemic I run all day, she is more stationary, leave it at that.

You would think it would be easy to differentiate between users considering that the scale is taking or making multiple measurements, but it seems they only differentiate based on weight.

This has led to mixups. I wonder if Garmin is any smarter about the way it handles users. I still use an old Tanita BC circa I see nothing here to cause me to upgrade.

As long as the Tanita keep on going, and the app works, I stick with my current set up. Need to know………Do I need to know this info?

I somehow got it to sync with Garmin and Strava, but I have not idea how. Maybe through MyFitnessPal? My favourite application is link to trendweight.

Ray, have you heard anything if the Google deal is going to change that? Nothing there yet. They would sell a ton of those.

I align with you and think most of the other metrics are largely useless. I wrestled in highschool and the difference between calipers, bioimpedence, and hydrostatic testing is crazy.

The structure of a person impacts it greatly. The phone connects to the scale via BT. Its the only time these two are talking.

At the point the scale is online, it will only talk to the server where the Connect App pulls the data. So you had to enter the weight manually via the app.

My index 1 stopped recording body weight metrics about a year ago after three or four years of ownership. Seems to be a problem others have had per a thread on forums.

I really with more companies would take the route of Withings e. Solves the carpet problem perfectly, no matter what type of carpet you have.

We bought into the Wyze ecosystem with a cam, which has been fabulous. Then added the sensor kit — equally great.

I rigged a contact sensor to tell me when the garrge door opens and closes and Alexa announces that transition. Then, an outdoor cam. Not as impressed.

Some of their newer devices are getting mixed reviews, maybe as they move away from their basic cam expertise. So, Wyze scale? Does the scale acknowledged that the weight was before or after a workout which may cause weight loss?

Taking this a step further, after a workout, Garmin estimates your water loss, I wonder if they could actually track my water loss through my weight change if done immediately before and after.

Thats also the reason it doesnt show you 30days trend when you unbox it even when you had the S1. The water loss estimation is done in-device on the newer devices.

Garmin Connect does not correct that data point if you weight in. Hi Ray, thanks for the coverage, I enjoyed your keynote today. If anyone has questions about SmartScaleSync.

The photos of the Garmin scale look almost exactly like my model right down to the markings on the foot bed. The Weight logger app keeps your previous entries so its easy to quickly update and save or upload the new data to GC.

For whatever reason I was enthusiastically waiting for this new version even though it is a scale. Not disappointed, but it did not instantly streak to the top of the buy-list either.

It would be insanely awesome to someday have TrueUp Recovery Status, Training Status, distance-to-goal, and hydration status displayed in the widget rotation.

Until then I would probably turn off all the widgets to get off the scale quicker. The weather data is a good addition, but in my specific case I already have easy access to that.

Having it parade my GC data to me before my morning exercise would be useful though. I wonder for years why it is impossible to measure HRV with a scale.

Feet should be a very good option to do this far better than fingers because of its large surface. It would be a big improvement to take the daily readiness while standing a little bit longer on the scale.

THIS would be a feature making me buying a smart scale! I understood that it is possible to jump on the scale and it syncs via Garmin connect to trainingpeaks.

I wonder why the scale cannot display additional info from our Garmin watch, like body battery, stress score or sleep quality.

The data are in cloud anyway. I am wondering what happens if you change your age in the scale to say 50, or 20?

Does the body fat percentage magically go up or down by a few points? My stupid scale Beuer does that … Oh, and when do you think the Elite TUO review is coming out?

I feel like spending some money…but only with your blessing:. Even Changing activity class can change readings as DesFit shows in his video: link to youtu.

However, it makes sense because those scales are using some tables to look up your body fat based on resistance reading coming from scale.

There is a lot of guess work there. For example if you have relatively skinny legs and most of your fat is stored in your upper body, home scales might be under reporting your body fat.

For sure. If you want reasonable results you have to spend much more money for example for InBody Hi Ray — Thanks for your review.

I have an Index S1 scale and have noticed an inverse relationship between body water percentage and body weight. For example, my water percentage is generally around The higher the water percentage is the lower my weight becomes.

If you burn fat and your weight goes down while keeping the amount of water constant, your water percentage will go up. If I move the scale somewhere else, the process to change the WiFi network connection is anything but user-friendly.

And the worst is you see in the app that the SSIDs used previously have been stored — just not the passwords nor any intent to use this data.

Reckon you could get Doom to run on it? Somehow do tilt based controls from the individual foot sensors. Hi Pavel, yes that was the point I was making, indirectly, too much guesswork involved!

Fat percentage can never be measured accurately, but when the number coming out of the instrument is based more on some known averages not constants!

If the user is trying to decrease and the device consistently shows an increase then the user can infer they need to make an adjustment to their plans.

Personally I measure every day and then look at the trend at the end of the week. The older scale I currently use has never provided a higher weight reading seven days in a row without my clothing fitting a little bit tighter.

Hi GLT. Yes, scales are indeed very accurate for measuring weight, no one is denying this. Really interested with the body fat part of this scale, but is it any good?

Or accurate? This seems to be THE dominant factor in what you body fat comes out as. Do you have any insight into the algorithms they use to do the calculations here Ray?

If the weight of either water or fat in your body changes and the other one changes less or not at all, the direction of change in percentage will be the opposite for water and fat.

If the number of women increased faster than the number of men, the percentage of women goes up and that of men goes down.

The same with fat and water. I was thinking about getting an Index scale just the other day due to the hit-or-miss way weigh ins from my department store smart scale get in to Connect.

Thanks for the review! I own the earlier version, and the reason I was willing to pay more was the ease of mind and simplicity.

If I had to spend just 1 manual minute every day to get my data somehow to the Garmin ecosystem, it would already be a bad investment to buy something else.

A bit offtopic question: will you have a summary about the CIQ conference? And will your presentation be available on youtube?

Just to confirm: Garmin Connect will not import my legacy weight measurements CSV file, etc. Also, does the scale itself connect to the cloud and post the measurements to the cloud?

Or does the scale send the measurements to the GC app on the phone and the GC app sends the measurements to the cloud?

There was an app I used before buying the Index, with which I could do that. So the API seems to be open, but there is no GUI for it.

For the second question: it connects directly to Garmin servers over Wifi, your phone, and GC app is not needed. Your phone and BT connectivity is only needed for the setup part.

Any way to automatically get measurements from the scale weight to start with onto Garmin watches?

Yup, it does this automatically — see this section of the review: link to dcrainmaker. I suppose I meant being able to access this information eg weight trend over the past 7 days directly on the watch.

Technically speaking, with the new Garmin Connect API aspects, that should actually be possible. Messy, but possible, if a Connect IQ developer wanted to do it with a watch-face.

But I do agree, it seems like a great example of a no-brainer type widget Garmin could add to their own watches relatively easily. Hi Ray, Not related to the post here, but regarding the partnership with Competitive Cyclist and Backcountry.

I often cannot see products that people link to. It would be great if they could make an effort to be GDPR compliant. In Europe they redirect to two different entities, but as noted, the blocking is tough.

As an American living overseas I have to deal with a larger than number of US websites that have given up on GDPR and just do that instead.

Ultimately, my partnership there is aimed at US people, whereas my Wiggle partnership is aimed at the rest of the world. Plus of course, Amazon anywhere.

Why has Garmin opted for Wi-Fi upload only and not made it possible to upload data via Bluetooth too? It would be great to have a choice for example when the scale in a place without Wi-Fi for example on a training camp or on remote location.

All my other Garmin devices Fenix 6 and Edge sync with Bluetooth. I would assume, that it is a really rare occasion, that someone needs this.

And when they do, they can just tether over wifi, and connect to that. But I can see, why Garmin does that.

It is probably 0. I agree, I intent to place this scale in a home without Wifi, thus having the possibility to sync everyday measurement through Bluetooth would have been great!

Now the user must consider doing Wifi Temporary Access Point on their Android phone each time…. Regarding MyFitnessPal. However, I do use MyFitnessPal for weight tracking.

From the article I assume this is not recommended if I want reliable weight syncing with MyFitnessPal? If so what would be a good alternative? This S2 scale seems to have the same body metrics as the previous version.

My old Tanita BC measures visceral fat, physique rating and metabolic age. As long as this data is still shown on the Garmin Connect website not in the app , I have no reason to upgrade.

Good question! Yes, the scale will cache the value and upload when Wi-Fi reconnects. Thanks for the in-depth review as always.

One problem I consistently have with the 1st generation Index is the weigh is consistency pounds higher than any other digital scale that I compare with.

Have you done any comparisons with weight with other scales? You mentioned in an earlier post that getting Garmin API access should not be to hard as long as you have a website with a proper privacy statement.

Is this still the case in your opinion or has it in the meantime become harder to be granted Garmin Health API access? Any tipps on dos and donts along this way?

Actually, the changes announced last week should double-down on making it super easy to access the Garmin Health API aspects.

I wrote most of it last week and then got distracted eating ice cream or something. C The new umbrella API access is slated to be fully lit up by end of this year.

I am interested to know what other brand that has accuracy that is within 0. I have an old withing scale, it is a little frustrating that the weight could change by more than 0.

Maybe it is meaningless to fight over 0. DCR, Thanks for the insights. After the disaster with the useless bodyfat readings of my two Index scales my first interest now is accuracy of such readings of the INDEX S2.

I find your reviews always great for understanding all the bits of a every device and for learning about the accuracy of GPS and Power sensors.

If that would be to difficult, could you at least do two easy checks for me? Does the INDEX S2 still shows the same impedance-based readings regardless if you wear summer socks or not?

Does the INDEX S2 still shows the same body fat and muscle readings for a fat person and a tall person if you enter the same height for both?

I did send my Index scale back to Garmin for a replacement along with reading patterns proving that INDEX scale seems not to use impedance readings but calculating those values from weight and height.

I got a replacement showing the same problem. My old Tanita is still doing its job, but I am still looking for an affordable replacement with connectivity, but of course needs to do its main job first.

Thanks in advance. Mine were relatively thin, thus, likely less impact. And if you remember that back then, basically I showed that while all the scales including Tanita ones nailed weight, none of them were that close when it came to body fat.

Usually quite a bit off. You can read those full results here: link to dcrainmaker. Thanks for part one. Conclusion is than that S2 is somehow trying to measure body fat in contrast to S1 which is just pretending to do so.

And it is really not required to get a group of people do come to a basic conclusion. It would be enough to find a friend who has same weight as you but different body fat.

Then one at least know if the S2 can differentiate fat people from thin people. S1 could not. I am still thinking that an in-depth-review of a body fat measuring device and that is what differentiates it from just a scale should address if and how the device can meet that basic claim.

The readings matched within. I have played with this, wet feet vs dry feet and it is a very consistent difference. I am curious if this would affect your Garmin comparisons.

One will stay at home, one there. Just not sure which! I figure I can enter my numbers in My Fitness Pal manually. I am cheap like that!

Hi Larry, I just went to my S1 and measured with 1. And guess what, in all cases I got exactly the same readings. Its a full fake. Garmin knows that most of these athletes are stupid enough like me to trust these influencers with everything if they are doing a good job in some areas.

Does the device work well with recharcheable NiMH batteries? Or are there problems to be expected because of the lower voltage? Is anyone able to make sense of the Bone Mass readings?

Just received my Index S2 and did 4 readings within a hour. Weight itself is repeatable and lines up with 2 other scales I have an old Withings and some generic bathroom scale.

But bone mass…it makes no sense. Or is that saying my actual bone mass is 5. Bit of a head scratcher. If it is my cycling workout data from the Wahoo Element Bolt or simply a hike through the forest from my Polar Vantage M.

It compartmentalizes them into individual time stamped entries per weigh in, so no funny business with only taking the last weigh-in of the day or syncing at a certain time or anything like that.

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