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|Maximum weight||180 kg|
|Auto power off||Yes|
|Units of measurement||kg, lb|
|Type||Electronic personal scale|
|Maximum weight capacity||180 kg|
|Body Mass Index (BMI) measuring||Yes|
|Easy to clean||Yes|
|Number of users||12 user(s)|
|Body fat analysis||Yes|
|Body water percentage||Yes|
|Muscle ratio/density analysis||Yes|
|Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) measuring||Yes|
|Top surface type||Glass|
|Display size (HxV)||80 x 39 mm|
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BMI stands for Body Mass Index and is a simple tool to check if a person has a healthy weight. A BMI below 18.5 means that a person is underweight. A BMI between 20 and 25 means a healthy weight and over 30 is severely overweight or obese.
The best time to weigh is early in the morning just after you've been to the toilet and haven't had breakfast yet.
Whether you can use the scale when your feet are wet depends on the type of scale. A diagnostic scale will distort the measurement if you have wet feet. Wet feet will not affect the measurement of other types of scales.
The abbreviation lb stands for Libra Pound and is the abbreviation for a pound.
One pound is equal to 453.59237 grams.
It is best to clean your scale with a slightly damp cloth and then dry it well.
The product can still be used safely after proper cleaning. Remove the battery with gloves and clean the battery compartment with a toothbrush and vinegar. After drying, new batteries can be inserted into the device.
The Salter 9173 BK3R has a height of 30 mm.
The Salter 9173 BK3R has a width of 306 mm.
Yes, the manual of the Salter 9173 BK3R is available in English .
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