After umpteen scales I decided to spend a bit more on a Conair Weight Watchers Scale. It is model WW54. I bought it for $60.00.
Truly I do not believe that scales are necessary. We all know if we have gained or lost weight by putting on our clothes. We know if we have too much body fat if we can pinch and inch or four.
Having said that if you do like to weigh yourself, my husband and I like this scale. He weighs in daily!
Conair Weight Watchers Scale does more than I need it to:
It will analyze your bone mass, body fat, and how much water is in your body.
The display is very easy to read. It has two lines and is 1.9 inches. My weight is on the top and the analysis is on the bottom.
Four people can use the user-memory.
Conair Weight Watchers Scale has a 450-pound capacity, which I think is quite high for a regular scale.
It has soft rubber bottoms so it doesn't scratch my hardwood floor. Unlike most people we do not keep the scale in the bathroom!
Conair Weight Watchers Scale is made in China.
It uses a longtime lithium battery.
It took me a few tries to get it started. You'll see three silver dots in each side. Obviously that is where my feet go. To get it started I cannot be on the scale. There is a little area right in the middle of those silver dots that I press with my foot and it wakes up the scale.
We have found it consistently accurate, which is the most important aspect of a scale. It can have all the bells and whistles in the world but if you gain 5 pounds in a day and didn't do anything out of the ordinary the scale is not accurate We are very happy with Conair Weight Watchers Scale.
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