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The Tanita BC-545N Segmental Body Composition Monitor uses advanced BIA and ADF Inner Scan technology to measure and monitor total body composition through segmental body scan analysis.
In just 15 seconds, as well as completing a total Inner Scan body composition analysis, the BC-545N also completes a segmental analysis to measure and analyse body fat and muscle mass percentages in 5 key body segments:
|Total Weight in increments:||0.1kg|
|Body Fats in increments:||0.1kg|
|Metabolic Age:||Up to 99 years|
|Children Body Fat % and Total Weight readings:||5 - 17 years|
|Product dimensions (mm):||320mm x 384mm x 57mm|
|Power supply:||AA x 4|
|Replacement warranty:||5 year|
|Weight (up to 150kgs)|
|Visceral Fat Rating|
It is a little bit expensive, but if you want something that is consistent and accurate (within reason), then this is the scale for you. It measures a lot of the body composition that the cheaper models do not. That is why it is used in gyms and universities.
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I purchased this item as I wanted to monitor some lifestyle changes that I have made recently.
As scales go it is not a small unit but it is a sturdy and easy one to use. It gives me a lot of useful information but I particularly like the segmental feature. The breakdown of the results helps keeping me motivated as the changes are easier to witness. All in all a very good product.
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Tanita Australia aims to have orders processed and dispatched within 2 business days of receiving the order.
Delivery time depends on the delivery location and Australia Post standard delivery times.
If the tracking information is required please contact the Tanita Australia team 5 business days after your order has been placed on 1800 099 012.
Tanita operates throughout the globe, including Australia, America, Europe, India, Japan and China, leading to over 30 million units sold worldwide to this day.With such a vast reach, Tanita has established itself as one of the world leaders in health monitoring, as well as body composition monitors and scales - which is unsurprising considering Tanita created the world’s very first electronic body fat scale back in 1994.
Studies have shown the results obtained through Tanita BIA have been shown to be within +/-5% of Underwater Weighing and Pencil Beam DEXA scans.
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) is considered one of the most reliable and accessible methods of screening body fat. Electrodes in the foot sensor pads (and hand sensor pads in a segmental monitor) send a low, safe electrical signal through the body and weight is calculated automatically along with up to 25 other readings in seconds.
BIA measures an individual’s impedance or resistance to the electrical signal as it travels through the water that is found in muscle and fat. With a Tanita Body Composition Monitor, you add personal information (age, gender, height etc) into the monitor when setting up your own user memory profile, which then inputs your characteristics & calculations into the correct algorithms for you to produce the measurements provided by your reading.
Your total body health is more important than just one number. Measuring weight alone is not a complete nor accurate assessment of health or fitness level.
The total body weight measurement does not distinguish the difference between kilograms that come from fat, the kilograms that come from lean muscle mass, the weight of bone mass or the impact different body water levels have on your total body weight.
Monitoring body composition allows you to gain a deeper insight into your overall body health, giving you the knowledge that you can then use to make educated changes to your diet and fitness routines to achieve your health and fitness goals sooner.
To get the most reliable and accurate reading that best represents your actual total body health, use your Tanita Body Composition Monitor at a consistent time of day under consistent conditions, and at least three hours after rising, exercising, eating, drinking alcohol and taking medication.
For most, this time is usually mid-to-late afternoon, before dinner and before your afternoon/evening workout.
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