Friday, 11 September 2009

Omron HBF-306C Body Fat Analyzer BMI Measurement Using Electric Current

If you're anything like me, you can't get enough of devices that remind
you how out of shape and fat you are. Nothing is better for the self
esteem than having some digital device tell you that you have no hope of
making it past 50 unless you start exercising an hour a day seven days a
week and eat only baked salmon and broccoli for the rest of your life.
OK, maybe I am taking this a bit too far, but do we really need a
handheld body fat analyzer? The folks at Omron think you do and it just
so happens that they make one, the Omron HBF-306C.

The Omron HBF-306C Body Fat Analyzer measures your body fat with a
gentle, micro electrical current — unfortunately, you won't feel
it. Apparently, the key to long-term happiness is constantly obsessing
about your body fat content and this handheld body fat analyzer is an
affordable and easy way to do just that. After inputting your personal
data, a measurement can be started by simply holding the grip electrodes
and pressing the start button. And since the analyzer is built with a
nine person profile memory, each member of your family (or all of your
multiple personalities) or team can track the success of their
individual exercise routines.

The HBF-306C features two modes, athlete and normal, for accurate
results. It's so convenient that they have managed to lump all of
humanity into two simple categories. The device returns measurement
results in seven seconds for both Bi method (Bioelectrical Impedance
Method) and BMI (Body Mass Index). The unit displays the measured value
of your body fat percentage through the BMI method, and indicates the
body mass in for ranges from low, normal, high, and very high according
to the BMI value.

The Omron HBF-306C Body Fat Analyzer weighs about 2-lbs and is powered
by two included AA batteries. You can get your own body-image distortion
device at www.amazon.com for $26.99. I'll stick with a mirror.

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