- 1 Post By Xassy
The Propoints kitchen scales
My group are offering them at a reduced price but at £30, I still think it's a lot for kitchen scales! Are they worth the money?
I got mine off a lady selling them for £25 thought it was a lot for scales but my hubby said go for it so I did.
i love mine. Ideal when in the kitchen making recipes as there's the recipe builder on them that adds up all the ProPoints as you weigh them.
Also very handy to help control portion sizes when you see the ProPoints going up too much I just take some of the food away to save on ProPoints lol.
They certainly helped me much more in my journey and made me more aware of what I'm eating.
just a shame they're not pocket size to take out with me haha xxx
I've just started a new job so might treat myself when I get paid!
Go for it hun
I had been wondering about these too but I still think that it is a bit much for scales!! I am an impulse buyer and the amount of crap I have that seemed like a good idea at the time is ridiculous!!! I am now trying to sell it all off!! Maybe if I see them going really cheap on Ebay or something!
It took me weeks to make a decision whether to buy them or not purely for the price of them. My Hubby in the end told me to go for them and I am glad I did especially now I do ProPoints.
Why not watch some on Ebay and put in a cheeky bid if they are going cheap xxx
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- Rep Power
Start Date: Feb 2012
They are expensive but well worth the money.
They've gone up to £40 this week! The leader said they have the £30 deal every 6 weeks, so I'll wait for the next one to come around. I will have been paid by my new job then too.
They will be on offer again soon I bet. Every week they have something different on offer. I'd deffo get them next time they are £30 though. That's a good offer xxx
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