Salter Max Digital Analyser Bathroom Scales - Silver

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Salter Max Digital Analyser Bathroom Scales - Silver Model number 9179 SV3R UK-9179 SV3R
£39.99
  • Measures Weight, Body Fat , Body Water, Muscle & Bone Mass, BMI and BMR
  • Maxiumum weight: 250kg
  • 10 user memory with Athlete mode
  • Supersize easy to read backlit LCD display
  • 15 year guarantee
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The preferred choice for the most dedicated fitness fanatics this advanced digital body analysis bathroom scale from Salter can measure your weight, body fat and body water percentages plus muscle mass, bone mass, BMI and BMR. With a ten-user memory you can also monitor the change in these figures to easily track the success of your fitness regime. Touch controls and a contemporary design make this Salter bathroom scale practical and stylish too.

  • Measures Weight, plus Body Fat %, Body Water %, Muscle Mass, Bone Mass, Body Mass Index and Basel Metabolic Rate
  • 10 user memory
  • Athlete mode
  • Touch controls
  • Supersize easy to read backlit LCD display
  • Large toughened safety glass platform
  • Easy to read backlit display
  • Step on for instant weight reading
  • Display size 78 x 95 mm
  • Max weight x resolutions: 250kg x 0.1kg, 39st 6lb x 1/4lb, 550lb x 1/4lb
  • Size: 32 x 32 x 1.8 cm
  • Includes 3xAAA batteries
  • 15 year guarantee

BODY FAT -WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
The human body is made up of, amongst other things, a percentage of fat. This is vital for a healthy, functioning body - it cushions joints and protects vital organs, helps regulate body temperature, stores vitamins and helps the body sustain itself when food is scarce. However, too much body fat or indeed too little body fat can be damaging to your health. It is difficult to gauge how much body fat we have in our bodies simply by looking at ourselves in the mirror. This is why it is important to measure and monitor your body fat percentage. Body fat percentage gives you a better measure of fitness than weight alone – the composition of your weight loss could mean you are losing muscle mass rather than fat - you could still have a high percentage of fat even when a scale indicates ‘normal weight’.

BODY WATER -WHY MEASURE IT?
Body water is the single most important component of body weight. It represents over half of your total weight and almost two thirds of your lean body mass (predominantly muscle). Water performs a number of important roles in the body: All the cells in the body, whether in the skin, glands, muscles, brain or anywhere else, can only function properly if they have enough water. Water also plays a vital part in regulating the body’s temperature balance, particularly through perspiration. The combination of your weight and fat measurement could appear to be ‘normal’ but your body hydration level could be insufficient for healthy living.

WHY SHOULD I KNOW MY MUSCLE MASS?
According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM), lean muscle mass may decrease by nearly 50 percent between the ages of 20 and 90. If you don’t do anything to replace that loss you’re losing muscle and increasing fat. It is also important to know your muscle mass % during weight reduction. At rest, the body burns approximately 110 additional calories for each kilo of muscle gained. Some advantages of gaining muscle mass include:
  • Reversing the decline in strength, bone density and muscle mass that accompanies age
  • Maintenance of flexible joints
  • Guide weight reduction when combined with a healthy diet.
This product is for domestic use only. Pregnant women should only use the weight function.
CAUTION : Do not use this product if you have a pacemaker or other medical device fitted. If in doubt, consult your doctor.
 
WHAT DOES MY BMI VALUE MEAN?
Body Mass Index (BMI) is an index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify underweight, overweight and obesity in adults. This scale calculates your BMI value for you. The BMI categories shown in the chart and table below are recognised by the WHO (World Health Organisation) and can be used to interpret your BMI value.
 
BASAL METABOLIC RATE (BMR) - WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is an estimation of the energy (measured in calories) expended by the body, at rest, to maintain normal body functions. This continual work makes up about 60-70% of the calories the body uses, and includes the beating of your heart, respiration, and the maintenance of body temperature. Your BMR is influenced by a number of factors, including age, weight, height, gender, dieting and exercise habits.
 
BONE MASS -WHY MEASURE IT?
Regular exercise and a balanced diet can help maintain healthy bones. Like muscle, bone is a living tissue that can respond to exercise by becoming stronger. For most people, bone mass peaks during their thirties. After that time, we can begin to lose bone. Regular exercise can help prevent that loss. Calcium and vitamin D contribute to healthy bones. Good sources of these are dairy products, green leafy vegetables and fish. The bone mass readings given by this product are an estimation of the amount of bone in your body. Those with osteoporosis or low bone densities may not get accurate estimations. If you have concerns regarding your bones you should always consult your doctor.
Reviews

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Salter Max Digital Analyser ScalesScores 8.0 out of 10 based on 44 reviews
5 out of 10

Helen

GB
+
Looks good
does not save all information in the memory, icons too small to read easily no information on the readings what they mean? Not as described on the box it says 10 user memory but it only remembers your personal details height, gender and weight?
Confirmed purchase: 10 May 2017
Published on: 07 June 2017
3 out of 10

Mireille

Hitchin GB Not quite accurate
+
Stylish
Accuracy. The weight might be correct but the body analysis vary all the time even though I weigh myself at the same time in the morning
Confirmed purchase: 02 May 2017
Published on: 05 June 2017
8 out of 10

Mick

Milton Keynes GB
+
Lots of data
Fiddly setup
Confirmed purchase: 08 May 2017
Published on: 05 June 2017
User Guide

HOW DOES THIS SCALE WORK?

This Salter scale uses BIA (Bio Impedance Analysis) technology which passes a tiny electrical impulse through the body to determine fat from lean tissue, the electrical impulse cannot be felt and is perfectly safe. Contact with the body is made via stainless steel pads on the platform of the scale. This method simultaneously calculates your personal weight, body fat, total body water and BMI giving you a more accurate reading of your overall health and fitness. This scale stores the personal data of up to 8 users. As well as being an analyser scale, this scale can be used as a conventional scale.

This scale features our convenient step-on operation. Once initialised the scale can be operated by simply stepping straight on the platform – no more waiting!

PREPARING YOUR SCALE

  1. Open the battery compartment on the scale underside.
  2. Insert batteries (3 x AAA) observing the polarity signs (+ and -) inside the battery compartment.
  3. Close the battery compartment.
  4. For use on carpet attach enclosed carpet feet. 5. Position scale on a firm flat surface.

INITIALISING YOUR SCALE

  1. Press the platform centre and remove your foot.
  2. ‘0.0’ will be displayed.
  3. To change weight mode (kg/lb/st) press the or button.
  4. The scale will switch off and is now ready for use. This initialisation process must be repeated if the scale is moved. At all other times step straight on the scale.

WEIGHT READING ONLY

  1. Step on and stand very still while the scale computes your weight.
  2. Your weight is displayed.
  3. Step off. Your weight will be displayed for a few seconds.
  4. The scale will switch off.

For the full instructions please download the manual below

ADVICE FOR USE AND CARE

  • Always weigh yourself on the same scale placed on the same floor surface. Do not compare weight readings from one scale to another as some differences will exist due to manufacturing tolerances.
  • Placing your scale on a hard, even floor will ensure the greatest accuracy and consistency.
  • It is recommended that you measure at the same time of the day, preferably early evening before a meal for the most consistent results.
  • Your scale rounds up or down to the nearest increment.
    If you weigh yourself twice and get two different readings, your weight lies between the two.
  • Clean your scale with a damp cloth. Do not use chemical cleaning agents.
  • Do not allow your scale to become saturated with water as this can damage the electronics.
  • Treat your scale with care - it is a precision instrument. Do not drop it or jump on it.
  • Caution: the platform may become slippery when wet.

 

For More Information Please Download the Instruction Manual

Delivery & Returns

Delivery Costs

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All Orders Over £10.00: FREE Delivery
Orders up to £9.99: £2.75
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 Guarantee

All Salter Kitchen and Bathroom scales come with a 15yr Guarantee.
Our other products will come with 1-2yrs. as indicated in the product description.
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 Returns

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We hope you will love your new Salter product but if you don’t, you are welcome to return your items free of charge. Here’s how to do it:

We offer a Free returns service using our free carriage paid returns service within 30 days of purchase for unwanted items.

To ensure your return is processed quickly please follow the instructions on our returns page

£39.99