Most scales are different; what matters isn't whether one scale is more accurate than another but that you always weigh under the same circumstances, at the same time of day, on the same scale. What matters is the difference between weighins... not any given number at any moment. Weight is not a static number.
Heather Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.
Well your weight does fluctuate during the day depending on how much water is in your body. The walmart scale also could need to be calibrated or not calibrated enough for the number of various people who use it on a daily basis.
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I have a digital scale at home that I use. Our Wal-Mart pharmacy has a Solo Health Station where you can measure your blood pressure and weight and have the results e-mailed to you. I know it's double effort, but I like having the results e-mailed to me. They e-mail current and a history, so I go every week. The Wal-Mart scale weights me 3 pounds less than my home scale. Any thoughts on which is accurate? I weight at home in my pjs first thing in the morning and Wal-Mart mid-morning, fully clothed. Of course I like the Wal-Mart numbers better. :)
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