Joining up so what should I buy?

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  1. StripedDaisy

    StripedDaisy A sucker for a key change

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    I will be defecting to WW from SW on Saturday as I need to regain some newbie enthusiasm to my weight loss after gaining back just over half of what I lost last year and not being able to get my head back in 'the zone'. It would be helpful if someone could give me a hint about the best buys in class in case I don't return and do it from home to save some money :flirt2:

    Is anyone willing to give me some hints?

    I've seen a points clicker online that intrigues me, would that be available to buy in class? Is life easier with the calculator?

    Thanks in anticipation....
     
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    LittleMissThin 17 wants to be skinny ♥

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    Deluxe Essentials pack- calculator, shopping guide, eating out guide, track book (12 week food journal), a pen and a tape measure- although online they've swapped the tape measure for a dvd. Think it's just over £20 for the lot. Was £19.95 when I got mine. And yes, life is easier with the calculator (and the first two books mentioned) :p

    Clicker is okay but is in old Discover points. I realised this after buying one (I had a 50p off voucher and it said New Spring 11-it lied!)- it measures half points whereas ProPoints don't have halves. I have seen a new PP clicker advertised in several of the weekly books but nothing online or in meetings.
     
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    Cheekypasterfield Rather comfy here

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    Hiya, Ive defected over from SW this week too.

    I totally agree with LittleMissThin about the Dulexe Starter Kit. I got mine £19.95 from class this week and very impressed with the books and calculator (ive not tried the dvd yet)

    Also I would consider the oil spray if you havent got something similar. I find its handy to have when you need a little bit of cooking oil.

    I have done WW (old plan) from home before and it can easily be done with just the books.

    Good luck
     
  5. StripedDaisy

    StripedDaisy A sucker for a key change

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    Thanks to you both. I haven't got a printer to print off the voucher to join for a £1 so they might not let me in tomorrow... If they do, I will be sure to pick up the £20 pack. Thanks for the advice! xx
     
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    Cheekypasterfield Rather comfy here

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    Hiya it might be worth looking in the WW magazine as there is always a voucher in there x
     
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