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Weight Watchers Scales by Conair is a digital tool for monitoring your weight, engineered to high precision standards. Stay in the know, whether you are losing, gaining, or maintaining your weight.
This Weight Watchers scale has a unique weight tracking technology that allows four users to track their start weight, their last weight, and their goal weight and compare those weights to current weight. In addition, this model contains proprietary leveling technology that helps you to stand on the scale in perfect balance, making your weight measurements more accurate and comparable over time. High-contrast blue backlight helps you see the numbers in the large 1.5-inch display even better.
There are a few easy steps to get you started on your weight management journey. Choose your user number, then step on the scale. The leveler indicator will show you if your weight is perfectly balanced or off-center. Shift your weight until the leveler shows a diamond, then stand still. The scale will display both your current weight as well as your start and your goal weights.
A surefire way to get overly concerned with your goal is to weigh yourself too often. It is generally recommended 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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Love the scale. Easy to read. I still haven't figured out the setting.Published 17 days ago by Linda Landers
It does the job, but sometimes, I have to really step hard on it to turn it on. I'm convinced that I'm going to break it one day trying to turn it on...Published 20 days ago by CYNTHIA
One of the most inconsistent scales I have ever seen. I can never get the same measurement twice in a row with variances that make it completely useless for actually tracking... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tina