Best Bathroom Scales with BMI

BMI has become an important health and fitness indicator. Therefore it would be great if you can step on a bathroom scale and get an instant reading. Below are the best bathroom scales in my opinion that also measure your BMI.


1. Tanita BC554 Ironman Glass InnerScan Body Composition Monitor

2. Omron BF508 Body Composition And Body Fat Monitor Bathroom Scale

3. Withings WS-50 Smart Body Analyzer

4. 1byone Digital Bluetooth Body Fat Scale

5. The 1byone Body Fat Scale

6. The Salter 9141 WH3R Glass Body Fat Analyser

Your BMI is calculated Using a number of factors including your age, weight, height and gender. Using this information you can get a good idea of the general health of your body.

The BMI score is used by the NHS and other medical professionals as an indicator of health and well being. If your score is under 18.5 this is considered underweight. Between 18.5 and 25 is normal weight. 25 to 30 is overweight and 30 and above is considered obese.

You should regularly check your BMI to make sure that you’re on track.

Tanita BC554 Ironman Glass InnerScan Body Composition Monitor


The BC554 is known for accuracy. It has the functionality to measure your BMI plus a lot more. The Metabolic age meter compares your BMI (Body Mass Index) to the average age according to the metabolism level. It has many other interesting features that justify the price of this device. Read Full Review


Omron BF508 Body Composition And Body Fat Monitor Bathroom Scale

Omron Bf508 Body Composition And Body Fat Monitor Bathroom Scale

This Omron scale has an accurate BMI calculator inside it. After taking your height, it will weigh you and calculate your BMI every time you step on it. It helps you track progress although it only gives you the current reading and the last reading of your results, it doesn’t go back further. That’s a great plus for the Bf508 BMI Scale. You can easily see your BMI, body fat percentage, and visceral fat from the display that you hold. Read Full Review


Withings WS-50 Smart Body Analyzerstar4

The smart body analyzer is perfect for calculating your BMI. The LCD screen is easily readable when you’re standing on it. The differentiating feature of this, apart from the app which comes with other scales, is that you can see your heart rate when you’re standing on it. The free app gives you all the details too. More than the BMI this scale gives you a lot of body composition information. Read Full Review


1byone Digital Bluetooth Body Fat Scalestar45

1byone Digital Bluetooth Body Fat Scale

The iWellness app that comes with this scale will show you your BMI on your smartphone. Thr price that you will pay for the scales comes from the fact that it is bluetooth enabled. There are other devices that have similar functionality that priced cheaper. The color and finish on this scale makes it prone to collecting dust so either keep it in a dust free space or make sure you wipe it down regularly to ensure accuracy of your readings. Read Full Review


The 1byone Body Fat Scalestar4

The 1byone Body Fat Scale

The 1byone BMI scale helps you keep watch of your weight and track how it changes throughout your fitness and diet program.  The different features of the scale incluing BMI and body fat are recorded and kept so you can go back to them. You can set a target and track the progress of your results throughout your journey. It’s a simple, cheap, effective scale. Read Full Review


The Salter 9141 WH3R Glass Body Fat Analyserstar35

the Salter 9141 WH3R Glass Body Fat Analyser by Homemedics

With the Salter 9141 it’s easy to keep track of your BMI every day. Like the other 1byone scale it records what your readings and measurements are when you step on it. This will help you follow your progress on a day to day basis. If you forgot what your weight was yesterday, it will let you know for comparison. Not only weight, it will store water retention, body fat, BMI and much more. Read Full Review


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Article by: Aden Samuelson

Aden has been writing for BodyFatLoss since 2016. He spends his days buying, weighing himself and reviewing bathroom scales. Aden also writes the bathroom scale guides to help you find the right scale for you.