Comments about Weight Watchers Digital Painted Glass Scale, WW24WN, 1 ea:
This scale looks good and also displays weights to a tenth of a pound, which is excellent. The goodness stops there. You have to zero out the scale before you can actually weigh yourself. This process takes a while. It is VERY SLOW at zeroing out, and slow again once you step on it again. Even worse. If you reweigh yourself (zeroing out between each time) over the course of weeks you will ALWAYS have the same weight, even if you have clearly lost a few pounds. It seems to think "Oh, you're within 10 lbs of how you were before so I'll just give you your old number." So in order to get something resembling an accurate reading I have to zero it, weigh something not at all close to my actual weight (e.g., put the weight of one leg on it), the zero it out again, and finally step on the scale to weigh myself. Completely ridiculous. And I don't trust the actual reliability of the scale at all.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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