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Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by thinwithin, 8 January 2007 Social URL.

  1. thinwithin

    thinwithin Cambridge Diet Counsellor

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    Can anybody advise me what they do when a client weighs more than their scales go up to?


    H x
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  3. DQ

    DQ Queen of the Damned


    This only happened to me once. I suggested they weigh in at Boots so that we had a correct starting weight, and I bought some scales that went up to 32 st 8 lbs. Will try to find the link for you.
  4. DQ

    DQ Queen of the Damned

  5. flirty40greeneyes

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    I did the same - got them to go to Boots .... they do a digital reading.

    Someone told me that standing one foot on one scales and the other on another set works ... but I'm sceptical??!! Am I being wound up here??!!
  6. DQ

    DQ Queen of the Damned

    Allegedly that works but have never tried it so can't say :)
  7. thinwithin

    thinwithin Cambridge Diet Counsellor

    Cambridge Diet

    Thanks for the replies - Not sure about buying some new scales - mine go up to 23st 8lbs and I don't want to pay out £50 for the client to decide after a week that Cambridge is not for them. Plus I love my scales, really portable and easy to use.

    I will ask the client to go to boots for a weigh in and then see in a couple of weeks time if the client is sticking with Cambridge.
    Thanks again

    H x
  8. DQ

    DQ Queen of the Damned

    Funnily enough, I haven't seen that client again but it was worth it cos so far had no more problems! ;)
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