Expired: Just $29.95 (25% off) Yunmai Bluetooth Smart Scale

$ 29.95
Amazon offers Yunmai Bluetooth Smart Scale for $29.95. Improve your weight loss and overall weight management with 10 precision measurements and Bluetooth wireless tracking.

It tracks 10 body measurements for up to 16 users.

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