Originally Posted by famograham
I have a Taylor digital, from WalMart. I paid around 60 dollars for it.
I'm quite happy with it
It measures body fat, and water content, and has memory for (I think) 4 people.
I contemplated for a brief second buying one of these to replace my own, but then opted for the Weight Watchers brand instead. I did not trust those extra features. With the amount of working out I do, those results couldn't be very accurate. I had my bodyfat tested at a local college (FSU) and the results showed I was 29.2% bodyfat, compared to the BMI chart of 34.
I decided on the WW brand, I assume that since it is a major corporation, the scale would have to conform to some standards. I do like the lb/kg switch, so I can weigh myself in kilograms to see how I compare to the Biggest Losers in Australia (although a simple online calculator, or a ticker would show these results as well).
I believe I paid about $35 for mine at Wally World (Wal-Mart to those of you who haven't heard this term)