Which scales are best?

Discussion in 'Calorie Counting' started by NIC68, 20 February 2009 Social URL.

  1. NIC68

    NIC68 wants to get super fit!

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    I was just wondering what kind of scales does everyone use to weigh themselves?? Are one kind more accurate than another? Mine seem to have a life of their own so I'm thinking about investing in some new ones but would like a bit advice if anyone's got any...................Thank you!
     
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    hey i use the ones in the doctors ther quite plain though, the electical ones in boots and tesco are dead gud they tell u everything! x
     
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  7. NIC68

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    It's definitely digital then............the ones I'm using now are analogue(if that's the right word!) I can hardly see the little markers - and that's only from all of my 5' 2" inches!!!! Thanks guys!
     
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    I bought some bog standard digital ones for £15 from wilkinson. Much better than guesstimating where the little hand was on my old ones haha, still it was good for a bit of denial!
     
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