Scales that measure body fat

elspeth61

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Posted: 26 Feb 2008, 11:31
Not sure if this is the correct forum to put this under but I would like some feedback.

I currently have an "El-Cheap-O" scale that I got for about $10 and of course I got what I paid for. Weighing at the gym and weighing at the nutritionist's office pointed out that my scale was actually reducing my weight by 9 pounds. While that is a nice fantasy, reality is more important to me.

So, rather than continue to adjust it to start out on 9 pounds, I want to upgrade.

Has anyone tried the glass "Weight Watcher" scale that measures body fat (or any others for that matter) and if so, how well did it perform as far as accuracy - weight and/or body fat measurement?
Thanks!
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