After not owning a scale for years, and trying out a digital scale that turned out to be useless, I finally bought a Weight Watchers digital scale that works great. It gives consistent readings, makes efficient use of batteries, and was on sale at Target. Very pleased.
I'm happy with my cheap spring scale. I like that I can make sure it is actually zeroed out before I step on it. I had a nice body fat scale before but over time it became inaccurate and there was no way to adjust it. I think for me it is also good that I can't see the 0.2 0.3 readings...the dial on mine is just big enough that I can see a trend down but not be annoyed by small variations. But since the dial is small I don't end up recording that I lost a lb until I am certain it has past that mark.
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10/7/11 9:15 P
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709 10/7/11 8:58 P
I just bought today from Bed Bath and Beyond a scale from Beurer that another Spark user suggested. It is digital. It stores up to 10 profiles. So next week when I step on it, it will tell me my weight change. (Which will hopefully be down!). It also calculate your bodyfat %, muscle %, water %
It was $29 I believe, and BBB always has coupons so I used the 20% off coupon.
Starting Weight: 174.5 (10/1/11)
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10/7/11 6:04 P
the one in the trash. LMAO. i prefer digital, because there is less guessing.
I would never talk to my BFF the way I talk to myself about my body.
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10/7/11 6:20 A
I agree, a simple digital scale
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10/7/11 5:54 A
I'm not crazy about the ones with all the bells and whistles...they're confusing. But I do like my simple digital scale - I feel like it gives me a more accurate idea of where I'm at than an analog scale would.
Every day is another chance to turn it all around.
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10/5/11 9:55 A
i have the old fashioned kind but getting hard to read so was thinkig of getting a digital so i don't have to strain my eyes so much
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10/5/11 9:45 A
I have a Weight WAtchers scale. It works for me.
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73 10/5/11 9:27 A
I love my glass digital scale! It has a memory function so it tells me how much up or down I am, to the 10th of a Lb. So when I feel like I am having a crappy week, I can look at it and say well it isnt much, but down a 10th of a Lb is still DOWN!
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!” ― Audrey Hepburn
I like the old ones with the needle. I had a digital, but got too consumed with the decimals. I let 0.2 of a lb, plus or minus, rule my day. How silly. I just track weight around 1-5 lbs. I try to feel my clothes more.
10/5/11 8:15 A
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I like my digital scale. It has all kind of functions how to check BMI etc, but those are not very reliable, so I just check my weight.
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2,209 10/5/11 7:58 A
"Wait till they get a load of me"
10/5/11 7:26 A
I prefer an accurate one... style doesn't matter.
ï¿½We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.ï¿½ ~ Randy Pausch
"There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstance permit. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results." ~ Art Turock
"We have a saying in Tibet: If a problem can be solved, there is no use worrying about it. If it can't be solved, worrying will do no good." ~ 7 Years in T
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699 10/5/11 7:03 A
I think I've finally come to the point in my life where I'm happy with myself and know that I don't have to change or be a certain way for people to like me anymore. I'm just fine and if someone doesnt think I am, screw them. - Anon -
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