WW scales

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  1. flyingponymonster

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    Does anyone have the WW scales at home to weigh themselves on? Are they any good?

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    I got the WW slimline body fat scales and theyre absolutely dreadful! Ive had them 2 months and theyre going in the bin this afternoon
     
  4. flyingponymonster

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    Oh wow what's wrong with them?
     
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    Ive tried for 3 days now for them actually do tell me my weight. You have to bang them on the floor to get them to start then they flash '0' for about 10 times then switch off.

    They get very mixed (and pretty poor) reviews too
     
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    Thanks for the heads up I wont waste my pennies!!!

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    Im going to get a nice simple set of Salter ones that just do your weight and nothing fancy lol Those WW ones were just trying to be too smart ;)
     
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    Mine are salter and weigh same as my meeting :) very cheap from Argos and do the job!
     
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    Great thanks :)

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    I have these ones too. They do work and I find the body fat/bone density function interesting however, they do weigh me 1 and 1/4 pounds heavier than the scales in my WW group!
     
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    Id settle if the damn things just told me my weight lol

    Apparantly the problems Im having arent uncommon, according to some online reviews BUT some people have rated them highly

    Second set of WW scales Ive had and theyve both been really poor

    Back to Salters for me :)
     
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    Mine weigh me about 2lb heavier than class, I have been thinking about just getting a simple set for awhile now just haven't for round to it.
     
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    I find my Salter ones do exactly the same!! Best ones by far. I got mine from Asda :)
     
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