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If you're in the market for a great looking body composition scale for your home, look no further. The Bowflex 5728F is an affordable bathroom scale with the looks and features of a high dollar instrument. The 5728FBOW has a durable, black glass platform that is complemented with its thin, stainless steel sensors.
When ya get this body fat scale, you'll want to put in all your info like: gender, height, and age. Putting that information in every time ya want to weigh would just be silly, so Taylor and Bowflex designed this scale with user memory to keep that info in the scale until ya get rid of it. And the cool part is, there's enough memory on this body fat scale for you and three of your buddies.
Taylor equipped this Bowflex body analysis scale with an athlete mode for getting accurate composition values for more active users.
Ever wonder just how much fat, water or muscle ya have in your body? This Bowflex scale's BIA technology can tell ya just that. BIA is a body composition test that works by sending a REALLY SAFE electrical signal through your body that determines the amount of fat, water and muscle ya have.Although this feature is safe, if ya have a pacemaker, or anything else in your body ya weren't born with, ya shouldn't use this scale.
Using bioelectrical impedance analysis, this digital bathroom scale will measure your body fat, body water and muscle in 0.1% increments. This information will help ya see the results from all that exercising or dieting you've been doing.
You won't have to bother bending down to switch this Bowflex scale on...just step on it. The scale will turn on and you can get to weighing. Pretty easy, huh?
The 5728-F has a 1.4 inch dual line display with 0.7 inch weight digits and 0.5 inch info digits.
Taylor provides a five year warranty on this Bowflex scale. So, if ya have a problem with this scale within the first five years ya own it, just send it to the Taylor warranty center. They'll fix it or replace it and send it right back to ya.
Q: On this particular scale, it says if you have "something in your body that you werent born with" you should not use it...I have a steel plate in my right arm, will this effect the use of this scale?..Please advise...Thanks Jim
A: Hey there Jim,The BIA feature on the scale sends a small electrical signal through your body in order to take a couple of measurements. The steel plate in your arm has a potential to throw off the measurement considerably. I don't know if the electrical signal is powerful enough to cause you any harm, my bets are it wouldn't. However, we do not recommend using the scale if you have any metallic implants or pacemakers, just to be on the safe side.Take care,Brandon