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Amazon has the EatSmart Precision Digital Bathroom Scale [amazon.com] for $14 with free shipping for Prime members. This looks to be one of the lowest prices they've sold it at based on historical trackers.
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I got this a hear ago, but I got fatter
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400lb max? that's fat america discrimination
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I have this for years. It is not really accurate specially in lower weights (like kids). It also seems to keep a state. I mean it has a tendency to show you the previous weight unless the change is too much. For example if you weight 220 and then you hold something weighting 1lb, it still shows you 220. It looks elegant though.
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I got this a hear ago, but I got fatter
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I have this for years. It is not really accurate specially in lower weights (like kids). It also seems to keep a state. I mean it has a tendency to show you the previous weight unless the change is too much. For example if you weight 220 and then you hold something weighting 1lb, it still shows you 220. It looks elegant though.
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I have this for years. It is not really accurate specially in lower weights (like kids). It also seems to keep a state. I mean it has a tendency to show you the previous weight unless the change is too much. For example if you weight 220 and then you hold something weighting 1lb, it still shows you 220. It looks elegant though.
I've had this for years as well and same problem. What I do is go up with a 5lb+ weight, step down and go back up without the weight. Seems to fix the problem okay and never changed the battery yet.

Edit: Checked my order details. Bought this back in 2011 for $28.95.
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What battery does this use?
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COSTCO gets similar deals 2 to 3 times per year
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I actually have this scale .....
NOT ACCURATE.

Called customer service...
told me to go jump in the lake.
This company can bite me.
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I actually have this scale .....
NOT ACCURATE.

Called customer service...
told me to go jump in the lake.
This company can bite me.
I'm sure that's what they want to do
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What battery does this use?
You need 4 AAA
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What battery does this use?
4 AAA batteries included
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Would not recommend a cheap scale, they are not accurate
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