General chatter - Small, light-weight "travel" scale?
02-15-2012, 11:53 AM
Can anyone recommend a small, light-weight scale that I can take with me while traveling? I am going on a cruise in the Mediterranean, with 3 extra days in Rome at the end, in May - and I want to start my day with weighing myself so I don't let my "indulging" get out of hand. I looked on Amazon and saw a couple that might work, but was wondering if anyone had recommendations.
02-15-2012, 12:55 PM
I'm not sure about the scale but I bet the cruise ship has a scale if they have a gym...which I believe most do!
Funny thing is my bf and I are planning to take a cruise in that area too around the same time!
02-16-2012, 02:45 PM
Yeah, I'm guessing they have one onboard, but we're also extending our stay to include some time in Rome and we're renting an apartment - so definitely won't have one there! Plus, wanted to have it in the cabin to keep it top-of-mind. Can't believe no one has recommendations!
02-16-2012, 03:41 PM
You could always order a hand held bmi reader off amazon or wal-mart. I know its not the same thing, but you can keep your fat % in check and they are portable. The digital scale I have is a Health-O-Meter brand, its very light weight plastic and about the size of a folded up polo shirt. Kindda thin. I ordered it off walmart.com
*edit* its a full size scale though
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