Our Scoring Method for Strength Equipment evaluates all products by assigning a numerical value to each criterion based on its importance. The total score for an item is calculated by multiplying the score for each criterion by its weight and then summing it up.

In this model, the criteria and their respective weights are as follows:

  • Quality (25%): assesses the overall excellence of the item. It’s the most heavily weighted, reflecting its importance in the evaluation.
  • Functionality (25%): measures how well the item performs its intended functions.
  • Ease of Use (15%): measures how user-friendly the item is.
  • Safety (15%): evaluates the item’s ability to operate without causing harm to users.
  • Comfort (10%): assess how comfortable the item is during use.
  • Appearance (5%): rates the aesthetic appeal of the item.
  • Price (5%): assesses the item’s cost-effectiveness or value for money.

Each item is scored on a scale from 0% to 10% for each criterion. The score for each criterion is then multiplied by its weight.

For instance, if an item scores 80% on Quality, the weighted score would be 80% times 0.25 = 20%. The final score is the sum of all weighted scores, which gives a quantitative measure of the item’s overall evaluation.

This model helps us in making objective decisions by quantifying subjective criteria and is particularly useful when comparing multiple items or choices.