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ASTERIX1951 SparkPoints: (44,463)
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3/18/13 11:43 A

We recently bought the "Fit Bit" scale. It can record and read the weight of 8 different people in the family/household. We like it.

FAWNZIB SparkPoints: (10,643)
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3/18/13 11:35 A

ozeri. mine is finally accurate.

PATTIJOHNSON Posts: 2,075
3/18/13 11:34 A

I have a doctor's scale with the slide weights on it, and although I think that it is very accurate, it never coincides with the digital scale at my doctor's office. I always weight more there.

I'm not sure that it really makes that much of a difference, however, if you are just trying to find out how much you are losing. Using the same scale every time you weigh-in would be fairly accurate, relative to it's own values.

KAB7801 SparkPoints: (82,969)
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3/18/13 11:04 A

I have a digital one and I really don't trust it's accuracy

KASCHOLTZ1 SparkPoints: (6,162)
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3/18/13 10:56 A

I have an older scale and its not great. I wanted to see if anyone had a suggestion for a better, maybe digital scale?

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