There is a point in most of our lives, where you look down and realize we have really let ourselves go. My point came after years of medication and health problems. My whole life I was worrying about getting fat, so worried, that when the time came I was still in denial yet I couldn't deny what the mirror was telling me. I am not sure how long I had been that way, but I wasn't happy about it. I opened my eyes that day and decided it was time for a change.
I use to think that bathroom scales were all the same. As technology grows and develops though, literally every product we use now, will be ancient in a few years and we will be wondering how we ever got by. Ancient is a good word for the scale I am currently using. It is one of those where you step on and the pointer goes around to your number. Never really knowing what I actually weighed was part of the problem.
In the last few years though, I have noticed a change in bathroom scales. Instead of being what they were, they became digital. Usually I don't like things that are solely controlled with a computer, because if the computer goes down, the whole product is a wash. I had this happen with a digital scale I reviewed a few months back. It worked all the way through the review process and then after the review was published and done with, it stops working.
This scale is pretty nice. You need to have bare feet to use it and a flat level area to use it on. Carpet is a no go with this scale as my family and I found out rather quickly. You will weigh about forty pounds less then you really are when you use it on carpet. I am sure it wouldn't be hard to figure up your numbers, especially if you just used the "How much weight did I lose feature" versus the actual number.
Once we found a floor in our apartment that would work, I got busy getting everyone into the system. We only have 6 people here that weigh themselves but you can add up to 8 different profiles and this scale will track them all. When I started messing with the scale to enter everyone I figured it would be hard but I was pleased to find out that the instructions are well written and easy enough to follow. Which my family loved too because they had better things to do then stand on a scale..I guess.
This scale has worked for me every single time I have used it. The results haven't been what I wanted to see but that's on me, not the scale. There is also an app that goes with this scale. I haven't tried it out yet, but I checked it out on Google Play and it looks like it would be great for all of us who are working on their bodies, to get them in shape or to keep them in shape.
This is a really nice scale and it will look nice in your bathroom! If you are in search of a bathroom scale then you should head on over to Amazon and check this one out by clicking here. From there you can find out more about this scale, see what others are saying about it, and buy one for yourself!
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