Weight Watchers Kitchen Scales

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  1. rufusdoofus

    rufusdoofus Winning by losing.

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    Hey all! I was just wondering if anyone had purchased the Weight watchers point kitchen scales. the £39.95 ones. It's a lot of money, but I am considering getting them. I have a £5 off voucher and my mum is giving me a £1 for every lb I lose! I was just wondering how good they are, i'd hate to get them to find I hardly use the ww aspect of it. How helpful are they? What exactly do they help with? Do you think it's worth it? I need new scales for my kitchen anyway, for my baking and cooking,but is the ww feature good and helpful? :confused:
     
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    I have the scales,and couldnt be with out them as you key in any food your unsure of and this gives you the points value,i find it hand as i like the bakrer bread so i cut a piece of this off and it tells me the value!
     
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    Excellent, thank you! I'm definitely thinking about getting them. My mum says I'd pay about £20 £25 for a good set of scales for the kitchen anyway, so this would be good for that but also help with weight loss. Yeah, thanks! I've always wanted to be able to eat bread like that but have always steered clear cos no way I would know the points. Thanks!
     
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    Thanks! :) I'm definitely thinking now that they would be very helpful. Keep me on track. Thanks!
     
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    They sound grea but personally cant afford them! hope there good for you!
     
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    I would defiently get,as i was like you but when i started ww back in Feb i got them and they keep me on track!
    My mum even wants some for my dad as he is fllowing ww plan as well.
     
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    You can get the older style ones on ebay quite reasonably priced.

    Theyre white with a circular weighing bit. Theyre the ones Ive got and theyre brilliant, I wouldnt be without them :)
     
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    If you are on points, then they are a must for ensuring that you can get your portion control correct, definintely worth every penny, I have them.
     
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    I am just about to sell my set of these scales on ebay. I didn't get on with weight watchers and have the kitchen scales and one of the point calculators that I brought.
    If you are interested in them let me know and I will send you the ebay listing
     
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    I couldnt be without my scales.I stopped using them a while ago cos id lost 63 pounds and thought i knew what my portion sizes were so didnt use them. Hence the fact that ive not lost any weight for months becos i was obviously over estimating. Have now started weighing evryhting and writing it down in journal and have finally started losing again.
     
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    I'm definitely thinking purchasing these is a good idea! hehe!
     
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    Try ebay - there are lots offfers out there
     
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