Q1.Are you manufacturer or trading company ?
Saloyscale is a manufacturer since 2009. We provide OEM & ODM service .
Q2.what's your main market ?
USA, Japan ,Germany ,France, UK(Salter)and Italy (Laica)
Q3.What is the delivery date for a sample?
1-3 days for neutral requirements .
Q4.Are your products conforming to our standards ?
Yes,all our products pass CE,RoHS,Reach,EMC,LFGB test .
Our factory has ISO, & BSCI certificates
Q5.How do you control the quality ?
We have IQC before production and 100% testing before packing .
Q6.What is the MOQ?
MOQ is 500 pcs for neutral products ,1000 pcs for OEM order .
Q7. Why does my scale show a different weight than the scale at my health club?
Every scale operates within a tolerance range, and different scales may measure weight with different technologies. This can lead to two scales displaying slightly different weights for the same person, even when other factors (clothing, food intake, exercise and related hydration level, time of day) remain the same. Generally, it is best to use the same scale and watch for trends over time rather than focusing on a single number.
Q8. How accurate are my body fat/body water measurements?
Measures of body fat tend to fluctuate a lot more than simple body weight, and different methods of estimating body fat yield very different results. Just as different scales may give different results, different body fat analyzers can provide very different
body fat estimates. Even with the same scale the numbers will vary because:
· Weight loss tends to produce substantial, continuous, and unpredictable changes in body water content. Because body fat analysis
is determined by water content in the body, results can vary considerably from day to day.
· Hydration status affects body fat results. If you´ve just exercised, there is less water for the electrical current to flow
through. This may result in a higher body fat result. In the same way, if you measure your body fat after drinking a lot of fluid,
it may appear that body fat is lower than it really is.
· Skin temperature can have an influence too. Measuring body fat in warm, humid weather when skin is moist will yield a different result than when if skin is cold and dry.
· Results may not be accurate for persons under the age of 16, or persons with an elevated body temperature, diabetes or other
· As with weight, when your goal is to change body composition it is better to track trends over time than to use individual daily
Q9. Why do I lose weight but my body fat percentage doesn´t change much?
When you lose weight, both the numerator (pounds of body fat) and denominator (total body weight) go down, so when it´s calculated
as a body fat percentage, the number can be small. For example, a person may weigh 200 pounds and have 40% body fat (= 80 pounds
of body fat). He/she loses 20 pounds, but the body fat has only dropped 4% to 36%. That 4% of body fat was 16 pounds of fat—a very
significant amount! So do not be overly concerned if you do not see the percentage change quickly as you are losing weight:
monitor the absolute number of body fat pounds lost. Remember, to minimize the loss of lean tissue, include regular physical
activity, especially strength training, in your weight-loss plan.
Q10. Should I weigh myself at the same time every day?
Try to be extra-consistent in the time of day, day of the week, amount of time before or after food and fluid consumption, amount
of time before or after exercise, etc., when comparing your body weight and composition readings. It’s perfectly normal for your weight to fluctuate at different times of the day, so take this into account when analyzing your results.
Q11. How do I establish a target weight?
If you are trying to lose weight, setting yourself a realistic goal can help you stay on track. Setting a goal to lose 10% of your body weight is an excellent start. A 10% goal acts as an achievable stepping stone to your ultimate goal weight. Better still, losing 10% of your body weight may bring some desirable benefits, such as decreased risk of diabetes and an improved feeling of well-being.
Q12. The reading on my scale is way off( big different). What is happening?
· Verify that your scale is on an even, hard, flat surface to get the most accurate results. Step onto the scale and stand still.
Shifting your weight on the scale may lead to inaccurate measurement results. Body weight fluctuates during the day, and from day
to day, depending on a variety of factors.
· Salt and carbohydrate intake can affect the body’s water retention.
· A large meal adds weight and can cause water retention.
· Dehydration from exercise, illness, or low fluid intake can result in weight loss.
· Muscle is also a factor. Heavy-duty resistance training can build muscle, which can affect weight.
· The menstrual cycle can cause temporary weight gains and losses.