.I'm in the process of trying to buy a new smaller scale then I currently own. I also measure to bake, and cook along with dietary foods. Presently I have a Salter scale that has a 6# 7 oz. capacity, but its a pain to use & not easy to learn. I know its accurate, and considering the cost, I know I will to continue to use it, but am continually looking for a 2nd scale that will fit on my counter better. This scale when closed, is very nice looking, but is not practical to leave out on counter-top for 3 meals or more a day. I suggest checking out Salter scales for accuracy first, and learn about what you want in a scale before buying one. I jumped too quickly when I purchased this one.
Pounds lost: 9.0
Fitness Minutes: (1,756)
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I have the fitbit Aria scale. I love that it automatically syncs to the app an I have the fitbit force. I got the force for christmas and the aria for my bday which is Jan. 4th. They are very pricey but I love technology.
It comes down to a simple question: What do you want out of life, and what are you willing to do to get it?
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What do you think is the best digital scales to purchase? Looking for something that will last. In the past, I have purchased walmart digital scales. Never fails that within a couple of months, they stop working correctly. Put in new batteries and same thing. Have gone thru 3 different scales like this.
I don't mind investing a little bit of money for scales that will last.
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