Scales

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  1. Claree__x

    Claree__x Silver Member

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    My scales are well and truely broken. They kinda flicker on & off and you have to batter them off the ground to get them on in the first place! I bought a new battery yesterday, thinking that was the problem ; but no such luck!

    So...can anyone reccomend good scales (keeping in mind it's the week before payday? :D)
     
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  3. ClareyCakes

    ClareyCakes SW Target Member

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    I bought the WW scales from Argos the other week £10, I love them! (I take it you mean for weighing yourself and not food?)
     
  4. Claree__x

    Claree__x Silver Member

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    Yeah, sorry, shoulda said!
     
  5. Smirky

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    agreed! love my WW scales and also they tell you 1/4 of a lb also! ... every little bit counts ;) hehe
     
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    Yeah i bought the ww scales from argos last week!! £14.99 they tell you your weight BMI BodyMass the lot :D
     
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    I like my Omron scales. The only thing is, I was wondering how come when I weigh myself without doing my fat levels, I am always a lb lighter than if I use the electrodes. It suddenly came to me, it was adding the weight of the handlebar thing that you have to pull out if you're doing fat! So it could have been more intelligent and taken that away :)
     
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