WW scales

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  1. leighforty

    leighforty Full Member

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    I have a set of scales which use 2 lithium batteries every month. I was wondering if anyone could reccomend a set of kitchen scales that I dont have to change the batteries so often. If the WW scales are still on offer and I get good reviews for them I may get a set of them.
     
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  3. hannata

    hannata I can haz cake?

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    ww scales are fab and i've not changed the battery yet!! Seems odd that the batteries need changed so often!!
     
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    I know its ridiculus the batteries cost about £5. I just checked the WW scales they arnt on offer anymore so are back at 39.95, too much for me. Any Ideas of other scales that are a bit cheaper and take aaa or aa batteries.
     
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    I bought an electronic set in asda for £6.99 and that was in April and have used it every day and not changed batteries yet. It takes one of those flat batteries but has lasted ages so far.
     
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    I got a digital Salter set in Tesco for £10 and in nearly a year they havent needed the batteries replaced once. :)
     
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    hannata I can haz cake?

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    the ones that use AA batteries do often need to be replaced more. You should get the ones with the button shaped batteries as they last an absolute lifetime
     
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