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Crooked Flight’s Health and Wellness Gift Guide

Posted on Thursday December 7th, 2017




Guest review by Elena from Crooked Flight’s Health and Wellness Gift Guide

Sometimes when we travel, we let it go and eat anything that appears on our way. However, I personally don’t like to lose track on my healthy lifestyle, even though I am in the opposite part of the world. I am not saying that you are not allowed to enjoy or try local specialties, I am just saying that is good to have some control over ourselves while we hit the road. This is why I am finding this intelligent Activ8rlives scale very useful. After I came back from India, I found out I lost 5 kilograms. Moreover, I was able to find out that the water levels of my body were correct and my BMI was not too bad.

These are just a few useful features, but one of the best things is that everything is connected by bluetooth with the free special designed Activ8rlives Health+Wellness App. It has also a very light and simple style to fit any bathroom. We do not need to be scared of scales, a scale like this just can help us to feel even better with ourselves. For a fresh start for the New Year, we are very excited to throw a UK only giveaway with Activ8rlives, where you can win one of their great and practical body analysers.

Retail: £49.99 – Take Advantage Of Their Current Deal – 3 For 2 On All Products!

If you’d like to enter our giveaway for your own Body Analyser Bluetooth Smart Scales by Activ8rlives, check out here the entry form!


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