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Discussion in 'The Century Club' started by Starlight, 4 January 2007 Social URL.

  1. Starlight

    Starlight Gold Member

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    Well Im still suffering from this flu thing thats going round, I bet Ill have a great weight loss this week lol Tho its somewhat drastic.

    Ive encountered my first problem, before I even start lol I need to get a set of scales, all the ones Ive seen either take a max weight of 19 or 23 stones, sadly and rather embarassingly neither of them are any use. (Wow, Ive never admitted that before)

    Does anyone know where I can get ones that have a higher max weight. Im desperate to get started, and set up a ticker etc lol
     
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    Hi Starlight....what diet are you doing? Just thinking if its a VLCD you might be as well going to a chemist or something and weighing yourself on one of the self service scales they do have...on a VLCD the weight will fall off you and you could get one of the scales you have already seen in no time...just a thought!
     
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    ah ok, are you doing it at home? There was a thread about a while ago from a cdc about scales...will see if I can find it for you
     
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    [amazon]B0007MRKK4[/amazon]

    Its online at amazon too but its not as cheap as the link D_Q gave!

    Pierce
     
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    He he he, you know how cheap I am!! ;)
     
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    hi i brought a pair of ww ones that go up to 28st 4lbs yesterday they were £20 from asda
     
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    On second thought, these are probably better... They're definately cheaper!
     
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    Really fancied the Satler ones but just dont have the money. Got the WW ones on ebay, good old ebay for just under £20 including P&P - Bargain! :D
     
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    Nice one Sandy :cool: I love ebay! :)
     
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