Aarghh New scales

Discussion in 'Calorie Counting' started by Sweet Cheeks, 26 February 2009 Social URL.

  1. Sweet Cheeks

    Sweet Cheeks Full Member

    Oh my god i decided to treat myself to some lovely new digital weight watchers scales yesterday as i only had a cheap set from asda non digital!!

    Problem is when i weighed myself its putiing me 4lbs heavier :eek: than the non digital ones

    What should i do? i feel gutted as its like a step back thats another 4lbs extra i need to loose!!!
    Last edited: 26 February 2009
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  3. vodevil

    vodevil =)

    I had some cheap ones too then went and got some decent digital ones that weighed me heavier so i went in to boots and used their weighing machine to find out what that said and my digital ones were the correct ones so maybe you can do that then decide which scales are the accurate ones.
  4. refresh

    refresh Full Member

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    Its fine, calm down. All scales flucuate with accurate-ness. Just stick with the new ones since you have paid the money and count the losses as normal. You can check on at boot or a chemist to seewhat your weight averages out at.

    dont freak out ;-)
  5. Starlight

    Starlight Gold Member

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    You obviously havent put on 4lbs :) So why not count your total loss up to date which is accurate and then do your wi on your new scales. If you lose 2lbs next week itll show up just the same on both scales regardless of the starting point. I certainly wouldnt count it as having gained 4lbs
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