The Garmin Index S2 scale, while flashy in some regards, ultimately under-delivers for the price. Unless you’re adamant about keeping all of your fitness and weight data together in the Garmin Connect app, the scale’s lackluster performance is probably not worth the splurge.
View your weight in pounds, kilograms or stones, and pounds. Plus, see the differences between one weigh-in and another.
See how your weight has changed in the past 30 days. Track longer trends in the Garmin Connect app.
Get an accurate measurement of how your mass relates to your height to see if you’re in a healthy range.
Your body needs some fat to be healthy. See what percentage of your mass is made up of essential and stored fat.
See how much skeletal muscle you have in your body, and track how much muscle you’re building.
See how much of your weight is bone mass.
See what percent of your total mass comes from fluids. It can help you see how hydrated you are.
If you would like to only track your weight, you can disable any other body composition data you don’t want to record.
See patterns in your weight, and track how your body changes throughout the day — on the scale and in Garmin Connect.
Easily sync your stats to your Garmin Connect account via Wi-Fi connectivity.
See your data, get trend graphs, multiple daily weights, and more alongside your other wellness information.
In Garmin Connect, you can select the stats you prefer to see when you step on the scale.
See your data on a high-resolution color display, and choose from either a black or white option to complement any décor.
Create up to 16 user profiles for family, teammates, or friends to track individual goals and progress. And each user can sync and view their own stats in Garmin Connect.
Track your goals for up to 9 months without changing batteries.
The handy weather widget conveniently displays today’s forecast to help you plan your day2.