Omron Body Composition Monitor (HBF-222T) retails for S$169 in Singapore. During flash sales on Christmas, it dropped to S$150. After deducting the additional platform and shop voucher of S$10 each, I paid just S$130.
I bought this to replace my 10-year-old Fitbit Aria, which spoiled last month.
Omron Body Composition Monitor (HBF-222T) is an advanced weighing scale that measures your weight, body fat, visceral fat, and skeletal muscle. Based on the data, they can calculate your body age, resting metabolism, and Body Mass Index (BMI).
It needs four AAA batteries to power it.
HBF-222T connects directly to the Omron Connect app via Bluetooth and will sync the data every minute by default.
If you want to use it in a “dumb” way, there is another variant of the HBF-222T, which is the HBF-214. It is cheaper as it doesn’t come with the additional app features.
The HBF-222T supports four user profiles and can automatically detect and sync to the correct user.
Besides that, it has a large screen for displaying the readings and is very responsive.
Omron Connect is quite nicely done, too. The UI/UX is good and responsive.
Overall, it is a good upgrade over my Fitbit Aria. The only downside is that you must open the Omron Connect app to sync the data to Omron Cloud because it relies on Bluetooth instead of connecting directly to the Internet.