Good deal – The FitTrack Dara scale at €28.63 (-31%)

Created barely a year ago in Toronto, the FitTrack brand focuses its activities on devices around health 2.0. It already offers consumers a smart health connected watch called Atria, as well as an impedance meter called Dara. It is him that we are testing today.

Impressive by the number of its measurements, the Dara smart health connected scale from FitTrack is also impressive by its ease of use and the clear, practical and complete side of its interface. Multidisciplinary, it can be suitable for all families, athletes, but also people on a diet. Technically, however, we would have preferred Wi-Fi rather than Bluetooth for even simpler use.

Strong points

  • Complete tool with 17 measurements.
  • Clear and user-friendly application.

Weak points

  • Scale Bluetooth only and not Wi-Fi.
  • No heart rate measurement.
  • Unable to customize the display in the application.

NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).

Alternatively

The Honor Scale 2 offers a complete service thanks to the multiple measurements it collects and the exercises it offers. Its weighing is precise and its finishes are impeccable. It simply suffers from two major flaws: its Bluetooth connectivity which forces the user to keep their smartphone on while weighing and its incompatibility with iOS.

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