Fit3D vs. Styku:  Comparison of 2 Leading 3D Body Scanners

The evolution of body scanning technology has revolutionized the health, fitness, and wellness industries. In the quest for more accurate body composition analysis and enhanced customer experience, 3D body scanning has emerged as a superior alternative to traditional methods like bioimpedance. Among the prominent players in the 3D body scanning market, Fit3D and Styku stand out.

However, when comparing these two, Fit3D clearly takes the lead in terms of scan quality and customer experience.

1. Fit3D Delivers Better Scan Quality

Styku was designed with mobility, which is great if you run a mobile business.  If not, the things that make it mobile including no handles & less cameras, are also the reason they scans simply are not as detailed.

While both brands can offer you tons of research that says otherwise, the best way to resolve this is to look at some real scans from both companies.

What to look for:

- Please look at the forearms/feet of each model.

- Observe the contours of the body and if they are overly smooth and show definition.

Examples Below: 

Styku Male Scan Example
2nd Styku Scan Example - thin appendages
Fit3D Male Scan Example

The main reason Fit3D scans are cleaner is because we have 3 cameras, handles for stability, and a fixed base.  While removing these 3 things would have made the Fit3D system cheaper to produce, we didn't want to compromise on the few design elements that directly impacted scan quality.

You should ask yourself if you are truly a mobile business, or if you only need to move your scanner 1-2 times a year? 

2. Fit3D Allows ALL Customers Access to Scans

While both systems offer access to your 3D scans, they do so in very different ways. Both are a significant improvement over the paper printouts offered by BIA systems like InBody or Evolt.

With Fit3D, every user gets full access to a website portal where they can interact with all their results. Styku results are emailed to clients as a digital PDF printout. So, while owners may get a nice interactive program for a consultation, your actual clients will only receive an static PDF file – this is quite limiting.

Examples below: 

Screenshot of PDF report of Public Styku Scan
Fit3D Website Portal

Conclusion: Fit3D Outperforms

In conclusion, while both Fit3D and Styku offer valuable 3D body scanning services, Fit3D stands out as the superior choice for those seeking the highest scan quality and best customer experience.

It is worth noting that there are a ton of features that both brands have such as body composition, health scores, circumference measurements, privacy controls, peer reviewed research, etc – but we wanted to focus on the few differences that matter to your business.

The use of three depth-sensing cameras, stability handles, and a focus on a fixed, well-calibrated system all contribute to Fit3D's superior performance.

Want to Check For Yourself

If you want to see "Real Scans" from real customers versus polished marketing images, check Google Images or Instagram. Use the links below or try out a hashtag you think is equivalent.

Since the 3D avatars are the most important thing that people react to, it's worth doing some due diligence before you make your choice.

Fit3D Hashtag Search

Styku Hashtag Search