Nokia Body BMI review
The Nokia Body BMI smart scales let you track your weight using an app on your smartphone but don't provide body composition data like the Body+. Are they still worth splashing out £60 on or would you be better off with their more expensive sibling? Read our first look review of these bathroom scales to find out.
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