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Weight Watchers Scales by Conair is bringing you a digital scale engineered to the highest precision standards. Stay in the know, whether you are losing, gaining, or maintaining your weight.
This Weight Watchers scale by Conair compares current weight to last, start, and goal weight. Its 4 user memory will help you and your family keep track of where you started and how close you are to your goal weights. The split screen display always shows your current weight, and scrolls through the other weight readings: start weight and difference to current; last weight and difference to current; and finally goal weight and difference to current weight. Having a small compact footprint with a handle makes it convenient to store and carry.
For best accuracy, place the scale on tile or hardwood floor, rather than uneven, flexible, or soft flooring (such as carpet). Set yourself up as a user (for detailed instructions, see the included user manual) and then give the scale a firm, quick tap with your foot to turn it on. Wait until the display shows “0.0”. Then step onto the scale and stand still. Your weight readings will appear on the display and scroll through. The scale will then shut off automatically.
A surefire way to get overly concerned with your goal is to weigh yourself too often. We generally recommend that you weigh yourself no more than once a week when you’re dieting. That is the best way to prevent unnecessary concern with normal weight fluctuations, which are unrelated to your weight-loss efforts. Regardless of your weighing habits, it’s important that you’re consistent. Weigh yourself at the same time of time of day, wearing the same clothes each time and try to balance your weight evenly on the scale each time.
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This scale is very plain and it needs a lot of pressure to even get it to turn on. It also doesn't beep when it has the final weight. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Rachel F. Ventura
Not a great scale, it has to be picked up and put down everytime you want to use it. Not reliablePublished 23 months ago by Kim Slapikas