How can I make sure my weight measurement is accurate?
How much weight can the scale measure?
The scale can measure weight up to 400 lbs. If you weigh more than this, the measurement will not be accurate.
Where should I put my scale?
For best results, the Scale should be used on a flat, hard surface. Soft surfaces such as carpets or rugs may affect the accuracy of your reading.
How long do the batteries last in my scale?
The battery life in your scale is approximately 3 months when using the scale two times per day. The scale requires 4 1.5V AAA batteries.
To change the batteries in your scale, gently flip the scale over onto its back. There is a circle with a latch on it in the center of the scale. Open the latch and remove the old batteries. Insert the new batteries into the scale and snap the latch back into place. Flip the scale over and make sure that the low battery prompt has gone away. You have successfully changed the batteries on your scale!
How do I clean my scale?
Use a soft, non-abrasive, damp cloth to clean the glass plate of the scale. You can use rubbing alcohol or water to dampen the cloth. Do not use an abrasive cloth as it could damage the scale.
Why is my scale not turning on?
If your iHealth Lite wireless scale is not turning on, check to make sure that all of the batteries are inserted and the polarities (+ and –) are facing the correct way in the battery the scale.
If the batteries are dead you will need to replace them. The iHealth Lite wireless scale requires four 1.5V AAA batteries. Rechargeable batteries are not recommended for this product.
The Scale also has an automatic shutdown feature to conserve battery powers. The following scenarios will cause the Scale to go into automatic shutdown mode:
- One minute after finishing a successful weigh-in
- The battery level is too low to capture an accurate weight reading