I’ve had great experiences with both Omron and Tanita products, but I always take the numbers they spit out with a grain of salt.
Michael M. brings up a great point with regard to the reliability and validity of using bioelectrical impedance to measure body fat percentage. Although it may save you a few minutes compared to skin calipers, the consequence of this may be an inaccurate measurement. Granted, this will usually only happen if a client is especially overweight/underweight or over-hydrated/under-hydrated, but I feel it should still be considered. Would you disagree?