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WENWASHING67 Posts: 356
10/11/12 11:04 A

As long as I have worked here I have never seen our scale calibrated. It IS a freight scale though and I would assume it needs to be accurate for shipping purposes. I guess I'll just go with it and disregard what the Wii says, even if it IS in my favor. Sigh...I really did like the Wii scale better though...

JICKEE Posts: 557
10/11/12 10:08 A

When I worked, years ago, our scales were always calibrated periodically. I would go with the work scale.

CJSNLOVE3 Posts: 404
10/11/12 9:54 A

I have found the wii scale to be inaccurate & inconsistent.

ARTSYGIRLV2 Posts: 1,232
10/11/12 9:46 A

My Wii scale is always wrong. Last week my bathroom scales showed a 2 pound loss, and I was so happy, then got on the Wii board, and it said I had gained 4 pounds!

TIMDEB Posts: 541
10/11/12 9:44 A

I always assumed wii would be accurate. Never compared. I don't weigh too often.

JOYCECAIN SparkPoints: (100,337)
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10/11/12 9:42 A

I always thought the Wii were calibrated. I use a Weight Watchers scale.

WENWASHING67 Posts: 356
10/11/12 9:34 A

I've been weighing myself on a scale we have at work and I've been happy with the results. This morning I got out my Wii Fit to work out and it weighed me. Now, the scale at work says I weigh 192 but the Wii scale says I weigh 188. Which scale do you think I should go with? The one I will now be weighing myself on every day since I plan on working out on the Wii each morning now, or the scale I've been weighing myself on at work? I'm a little confused as to what I should do.

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