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Weight Watchers Scales by Conair is bringing you a digital scale engineered to the highest precision standards. It will not only show your weight, but also do a body analysis, calculating values such as body fat and body water, which influence your weight readings. Stay in the know, whether you are losing, gaining, or maintaining your weight!
This Weight Watchers scale by Conair will not only monitor weight, but also do a thorough bio-impedance analysis: for each user, it will show a body fat percentage, a body water percentage, and the user’s body mass index. Up to 4 different user profiles can be entered into the scale, but it can also be used in “guest” mode, as a simple weight scale. The WW72 has a large 1.2 inch display that lets you view your measuremens with ease, and a compact platform that will work in smaller spaces.
For best accuracy, place the scale on tile or hardwood floor, rather than uneven, flexible or soft flooring (such as carpet). In order for the scale to give you your body analysis readings, it needs to know your height, age, and gender. Once you have set yourself up as a user (for more detailed instructions, see the user manual), and you stand on the scale in bare feet (that’s important because otherwise the scale will not be able to do the bio-impedance analysis), make sure that your feet are touching the stainless steel electrodes. The scale will then give you your weight, your body fat percentage, your body water percentage, and BMI (Body mass index). Monitor these over time to get a good picture of how you are progressing towards your goals.
The weight-only mode will give accurate body weight readings for all users. The body analysis mode will give accurate readings for most people, but it is not calibrated for body analysis measurements of the following groups: anyone under the age of 18 and pregnant women. WARNING: DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF YOU HAVE A PACEMAKER OR OTHER INTERNAL MEDICAL DEVICE.
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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I, to, am sorry that I did not read these reviews before I bought this scale. Either the scale weighs you the same for days in a row, or the variance between readings can be... Read morePublished 2 months ago by robin brocato
I bought mine from Target and I've had the same experience as everyone else here. The accuracy is poor. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ben Thomas
I bought this a few weeks ago, and, not expecting any problems with it, threw away all the packaging. Now i can't return it it Meijer, where it was purchased from. Read morePublished 7 months ago by wendy
By far the worst, most inaccurate scale that I have ever used. If a pound is 16 ounces, one-tenth of a pound is 1. Read morePublished 8 months ago by CRB
My original review was 1-star as a plant holder. I thought it was off by several pounds and that the body mass / body fat was not working. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Online Marketer
As others have written, this product is horribly inaccurate. Same exact weight, to the tenth, for several days in a row. Read morePublished 13 months ago by blueskies7