Fit2Live uses advanced dual BIA (bioelectrical impedance analysis) technology, and can record up to 13 different health metrics. When you step on the electrodes built into Fir2Live, an imperceptible electrical current runs through the body. All of your body parts, like bone, fat, muscle, and more, affect this current differently. The readings sent back to the scale run through the Fit2Lvie algorithm, which calculates your body’s composition accurately, and reliably.


Kg/Lb unit conversion

Capacity 180kg / 400 lb

Body composition tracker

Tempered glass

Step-on technology

Multi-user auto recognition for every mobile device

Track Your effort over weeks, months or years. Detailed graphs give you a full understanding of your progress and health.

Accurate to +/- 300grams


BMI is a standard metric calculated using your height and weight. It can be a great starting point to get a quick snapshot of your bodily health.

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

BMR is the minimum daily calories your body needs to function while at rest (how much energy your body would burn if you stayed in bed all day). This metric will help you achieve your fitness goals, whether you want to lose, maintain, or gain weight.

Body Water Percentage

Body Water Percentage is the percentage of water found in the body. This metric is vital to avoiding dehydration and making sure your body has what it needs to function healthily.

Lean Body Mass

Lean Body Mass also sometimes known as simply “lean mass,” is the total weight of your body minus all the weight due to your fat mass.

Fat and obesity

Fat And Obesity is the ratio of the muscle in your arms and legs to your height. Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to the total body weight.

Bone Mass

Bone Mass is the predicted weight of bone mineral in the body. Bone Mass declines slowly with age, so it’s useful to monitor to avoid any surprises in your health.

Muscle Mass

Muscle mass includes the skeletal muscles, smooth muscles such as cardiac and digestive muscles and the water contained in these muscles.

Skeletal Muscle

The Skeletal Muscle Index is the ratio of muscles in a user’s arms and legs in comparison to their height.

Protein Mass

Protein Mass tracks the amount of protein in the body.

Metabolic Age

This is worked out by comparing the Basal Metabolic Rate to the average BMR of your age group.