WW scales?

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  1. Ange2009

    Ange2009 Full Member

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    I know I need to start weighing my food, do I need the WW scales or can I buy a regular one?
    thanks
    (sorry about all the questions:eek:)
    Ange
     
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  3. Kelzabelle

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    Nah, I just use regular scales, works fine for me:)
     
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    Ange2009 Full Member

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    thanks!
     
  5. Curlz

    Curlz Hiya Chucks!!

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    Hi i like my WW scales,i know they are alot of money but i bought them when i lost my first stone as a gift to myself!!;)

    they are good if you are making something from scratch as they can add up the points in the recipe for you.(obviously you have to put in the food)
    lots of peeps manage without them,but i like mine.
    xx
     
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    i think its personal choice really, they sound really good but i just got some digi ones from argos and they serve me well - couldnt be without them lol x
     
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