Your Scale Offers Morning Inspiration

April 9, 2015

Withings is proud to announce that we’ve released a new update to enrich your morning weighing routine. With the newest firmware, quickly and easily see today’s forecast as well as yesterday’s step count during your morning weigh in.

A scale that tells you how to dress up

Weighing yourself first thing in the morning is a healthy way to start the upcoming day. By offering you the weather forecast right on your scale’s screen, you can plan out the day’s outfit, and decide whether or not to take an umbrella.
This added feature is a further incentive to make stepping on your scale a regular part of your morning routine. According to studies we have conducted, regularity is the key to achieving one’s weight goals.
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A scale that helps you become more active

More than only a provider of information, the Withings’ scales act as a coach, encouraging users to be more active day after day. With the new update, scale users, who also have a Withings activity tracker (Pulse O2, Activité, Activité Pop) or track activity directly with the Health Mate app, will see the number of steps they achieved in the previous day upon weigh-in. Visualizing this information will help you to achieve your goals.
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A scale that will continue to evolve

Like every device in the Withings ecosystem, the connected scales “grow up” through successive updates. “There is something magical about connected devices”, said Cedric Hutchings, Withings’ CEO. “When you buy a Withings product, you’re also buy an evolving experience. Your products will automatically update, without any required actions on your side.

#FashionForecast Contest!

What’s your local weather like? Share your scale’s forecast screen using #ForecastFashion and the best pictures will be featured on our social media sites PLUS one lucky winner will join our step counting movement with a free Activité Pop!


Susie Felber

Susie is a writer and producer who has worked in nearly every medium. As the daughter of a hard-working M.D., she's had a lifelong interest in health and is proud that she continues to lower her 5k time as she ages.
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