|Oct 1, 2009 10:12am||
If you’re a regular ready of the blog Engadget, you’ll know about a new set of bathroom scales that have been released that has built in WiFi.
The Withings WiFi bathroom scales automatically records a users body weight, lean/fat mass and calculates your BMI to the Withings website.
Although this is a great product on it’s own merits, it would be even better if it had support for DailyBurn, so that when you weigh yourself, the data is automatically uploaded to DailyBurn.
Maybe DailyBurn could work with Withings to add support for DailyBurn, either directly from the scales or (probably easier) via a API from the Withings website?
|Oct 10, 2009 8:39pm||
Great idea. I’d buy one.
|Oct 11, 2009 8:49am||
Not at $159, I wouldn’t… O.O
|Oct 11, 2009 9:52am||
I wouldn’t get one just because they decided to include the…IMHO…worthless BMI measurement.
|Oct 11, 2009 7:33pm||
+1 I’d buy the scale if it integrated with one of the several portals that already store fragments of my health info.
I’m looking for ways to consolidate portals (Garmin, FitDay, Spark, DailyBurn, FitBit) not add another one!
(Although I do agree that support for BMI is lame. And frankly I don’t believe electrostatic body composition measurement is accurate enough to be useful either).
|Nov 25, 2009 9:25am||
FYI, we now link up with Withings and BodyTrace!