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Old 06-30-2010, 05:11 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I'm going shopping for new scales tomorrow, mine are pretty must bust, but I'm not sure wether to go for mechanical or digital scales... any opinions? which are most accurate?
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Old 06-30-2010, 05:23 PM   #2
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I have a pretty sweet scale. Its programmable for your age height and weight, it reads your weight, bmi, water level, and muscle level. Some ppl say they are not 100%, I get that, but it really helps. I got it for 30 bucks at frys electronics, you can also try bed bath and beyond... but they are pricey. I like this kind of scale more than one that simply reads your weight. It even tells me based on my stats how many calories I should consume. It can tell I'm obese so it sets at a lower amount.
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wow thats pretty awsome! but the only shop I can buy it at is argos or supermarkets because everywhere else is too far away, i pretty much live in the middle of no where lol
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I have a pretty sweet scale. Its programmable for your age height and weight, it reads your weight, bmi, water level, and muscle level. Some ppl say they are not 100%, I get that, but it really helps. I got it for 30 bucks at frys electronics, you can also try bed bath and beyond... but they are pricey. I like this kind of scale more than one that simply reads your weight. It even tells me based on my stats how many calories I should consume. It can tell I'm obese so it sets at a lower amount.
Hi Sarah, what is the name on your scale. I have a nice scale. You put in your height and save it, but it only tells me my BMI, how many pounds I've lost and I think that is it. I'd love to have one like yours.
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