Daft question. WW Scales? How to read?

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  1. WitchyAnne

    WitchyAnne Full Member

    See image: (this is not my weight!! Explain in a sec!)

    So, is that 9.06 stone or is that 9 stone and 6 lbs?

    It does make a difference ;-) and I am trying to figure out how much I've lost and the figures are different depending on what the scale means by 16: 1 (note space) and 15: 3

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  3. Janie1978

    Janie1978 Full Member

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    I would take it as 9stone 6lbs if it was me but not 100 per cent sure xxx
  4. Fizzy

    Fizzy Silver Member

    I would read it as 9st 6lbs. I guess the space is there incase its 9.10
  5. WitchyAnne

    WitchyAnne Full Member

    OK thanks! Lost 12 lbs this week then!

    It's just that my CD counsellor said "Sixteen point one stone" and later "Fifteen point 3 stone" so maybe she doesn't get that you don't say "point" when it's a : if you see what I mean.
  6. Porgeous

    Porgeous Chilling

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    Yep I'd read it as 9st 6lbs too xx
  7. WitchyAnne

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  8. babycake

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    yeah 9st 6lbs. well done on the 12 lbs by the way xoxox
  9. Bev1963

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    12lbs absolutely fantastic, well done.
  10. Minz

    Minz Maintainer

    I have a WW scales and it shows stone and pounds, so that's 9st 6lbs.
  11. susan70

    susan70 Gold Member

    I also have ww scales and yes it is 9st 6lb.
    Well done on 12lb loss that is really great, keep it up .xx
  12. sabab172

    sabab172 Full Member

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    Yes definately 9st 6lbs. I have WW scales as well and mine also show a quarter of a pound, half a pound etc. Can become a bit obsessive! I think I might hide mine and just get weighed only with CDC! Well done on the loss xxx
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