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Detecto D350 ProHealth Personal Scale, 350 lbs Capacity
|Price:||$102.39 & FREE Shipping|
Specifications for this item
|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||350 lbs Capacity|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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Top Customer Reviews
I owned the scale for two weeks before it broke. It's permanently stuck at 240, now. I called Detecto just now and the don't manufacture it, they just sell it, so repair isn't even an option. They would simply offer a replacement, and if they determine that customer damage was the cause, then they would charge at least 50% of the list price to replace it. The tech said the list price is $149 (not $211 like Amazon says.) So that would be at least $75 to replace it if that determination was made. Plus I'd need to pay for shipping. This doesn't seem worth it.
Mine may actually have been damaged since I moved two weeks after I bought it. Who knows what the movers did to it. It was not in a box. There's no physical damage to the outside of the unit, and the tech said that they would have had to drop something very heavy on it for it to break. There's no evidence of that, and yet it doesn't work now.
Regardless of it breaking, it wasn't that great to begin with. I could get it to go to zero with the dial, but it would not return to zero exactly. It would return to 3 or -3 or something in that range. The adjustment dial itself is flaky. Not only does it rotate like you'd expect, but it can also be pulled up and down a few degrees since it feels loose. This also adjusts the zero point. It's easy to move it up and down by accident when trying to rotate it. I don't know why it moves so freely up and down or why this movement causes the zero point to change.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Having had this scale for 2 years, I am disappointed with the lack of accuracy and overall make of the scale. The platform seems to bend and flex to determine the weight. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Austin Texas
The scale did not ever work it's off 10 to 15 pounds and I don't know how to set itPublished 21 months ago by Bette Kettwig
I was tired of using digital scales that measured weight so inconsistently, so I ordered this analog scale. This scale is heavy duty and measures weight consistently. Read morePublished on May 18, 2014 by Will Janssen