A: Yes - the Weight Gurus app integrates with Apple Health! :) - Katy Greater Goods Customer Service
A: Yes - as long as the luggage is more than ~11 lbs. I would recommend weighing yourself then weigh with the luggage and subtract the weights. - Katy Greater Goods Customer Service
A: For what the scale does, the body composition numbers it gives you are fairly accurate. It's the same technology that is used in most home-use body analyzers, so it can't compare to the precision of measurement you might get from a higher end or more professional measurement, but it is accurate for what it does. The most important thing with Body Composition is to pay more attention to the trends than the day to day numbers. You'll have a better view of how things are really going by watching how the numbers change month to month. To generate comparable numbers, our scale takes the raw data it measures about your body and runs those numbers through an algorithm based on certain average body types. The BIA (electrical resistance) value your scale measures when you step on is just one variable it uses, along with a couple others (age, height, weight, etc.). If you manually change any one of these key variables in the app (saying you’re 3 inches shorter, or changing your selection from “female” to “male”), you’ll see an instant change in your results--even though nothing has changed about you or your body. That’s because real-time BIA measurements are just one part of a larger equation.
A: No, I couldn't get it to.
A: This scale's maximum capacity is 400 pounds.
A: No, no multiple profiles.
A: No, only one person. Cannot have multiple profiles.
A: The weight shows up on the scale, so you don't need any other devices to see your weight. However, all of the other metrics (body fat, muscle mass, water weight, etc.) all only show up on the Weight Gurus app. If you don't pair the scale with that app, the weight is the only thing you would know. If you don't use the app, there is no history. The only way to have a history (and have a profile) is if you use the Weight Gurus app. You can only control one profile with the scale, so if you do have the app paired with the scale and your guest uses it, it will probably try to sync with the rest of your data on your app. They say it's compatible with other apps, but what they mean is that you still have to install and pair the Weight Gurus app. Then, you go to Settings in the Weight Gurus app and have it share data with your other apps. There are 3 or 4 apps with which you can share your data. However, I would NOT recommend installing the Weight Gurus app, as it asks you to allow location permissions and have your location ON in order to use the app. There's no reason why this app would need your location in order for it to work... and without the app, the device is only good for getting your weight at any single time. I returned the scale and do not recommend it.