Tanita UM-040 Body Fat and Hydration Monitor52040
$9.05 off RRP Measures two important indicators of overall health Tracks body fat percentage and overall body water percentage Tempered glass platform 4 person memory and guest mode 2 modes: adult and child Easy to use and intuitive 150kg capacity
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Australian Owned & Operated
The Tanita UM-040 Body Fat and Hydration Monitor is a useful tool for those wanting to observe more precisely the effects of diet and exercise routines on their body, and help them feel and stay their healthiest!
Tanita’s Patented BIA method
The Tanita UM-040 calculates its readings by sending a small safe electrical signal through the foot sensors’ patented transparent electrodes. The signal is so small it is entirely painless and isn’t felt by the user. This signal returns a Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA): based on how much resistance was encountered by the signal through the user’s body, the UM-040 can determine weight, body fat and body water percentage.
Easy to use
The Tanita UM-040 looks and functions very much like traditional bathroom scales - before stepping on the tempered glass platform, you simply input your gender, age and height. The BIA and other measurements are analysed against the data you’ve entered, returning a reading of current weight, body fat and body hydration level with fantastic precision on the display screen.
What is measured?
- Total weight (in increments of 0.1kg)
- Body fat percentage (subcutaneous body fat calculated in increments of 0.1%)
- Total body water percentage
Modes and memory
The UM-040 offers 2 modes: adult or child (for children aged 7-17). The UM-040 can store age, gender and height for up to 4 people and comes with a guest mode.
The Tanita UM-040 is the perfect entry-level tool to begin tracking and visualising the impact of training and diet on the body. It will help you along the way to achieve your personal weight and fitness goals!
5 year warranty (supported by a warranty and repair centre located in Western Australia, Australia).