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Health-O-Meter Raised Dial Scale Model H-160LB
The Health-o-meter 160LB Professional Floor Scales feature a raised dial which allows for extra foot room and reads in pounds up to 400 pounds. The mat of the bathroom scale is a non-slip, textured mat above the heavy-duty steel base and platform. This extra-large heavy-duty steel base is designed for improved strength and durability. The size of the raised dial is 8 inches allowing for ease in reading. A one-year warranty accompanies the Health-o-meter 160LB bathroom scale.
Large 8 inch Raised Dial
Weighs up to 400 lbs in 1 lb increments
Non-skid vinyl mat
1 year warranty
Base Size: 11 x 18 inches
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57 of 61 found the following review helpful:
The best home scale you could EVER own!!May 10, 2006
By A. DeSomer
"Mom to SIX"
This is a wonderful and durable scale!! So many family and friends have scales that "weigh heavy" or "Weigh Light", this one just weighs what you weigh. It is always within 1 lb of the doctor office or Weight Watchers. I have had mine for Probably 11 years, and 9 moves. It's durable!! I'm now in the market for a new one only because one of the feet came off and the kids threw it away, so without it being totally even, it's not as accurate. It has about a 3lb +/- now. But I've never owned a scale as great as this one, so with it we shall stay!!
25 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Not accurateJan 06, 2007
By Mustang Tania
After receiving this item, I weighed myself and my husband weighed himself and each and every time it was different and no matter what we did, that darn dial wouldn't stay on zero. Our weights differed each time by 2-5 pounds. Very innacurate. The only nice thing is that it's attractive, but takes up alot of room too.
25 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Guess O MeterApr 25, 2007
With this scale, you can get a new weight each time you step on. Sometimes that's good, sometimes not. I guess you could weigh yourself several times and then take an average, but why should you have to?
Try something else. This isn't worth the effort.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
UnreliableApr 26, 2007
By Mary C. Capps
I bought one of these about 8 years ago. I *thought* it was reliable, until I noticed the indicator never settles in the same place when it's unweighted (where it should be zero). It's waaaay overpriced. I would never buy another one of these, regardless of how much I like the way it looks.
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Think you've lost weight?Jan 03, 2007
By S. Weiss
I used this scale for the first time and it told me I weighed 2 pounds less than my old scale did -- wow, did I lose weight? I never diet so I tried a little experiment. Weighed (unopened in each case) a 22 lb. bag of dog food on the 160LB and it weighed in at 20 lbs. Tried a 5 lb. bag of sugar and it weighed 4 lbs. This is a quality scale???
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