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    Default Digital Weighing Machines

    I'm looking round for one, preferably not too expensive (less than S$50).

    Where do you get yours? Price?

    TIA!

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    I got mine from osim.. 98bucks i think. i find it worth the money coz its pretty accurate =)

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    I got mine at Osim also at $99. The maintenance is too high, battery cost is terribly high. I am not using mine anymore, if anyone is interested, JLMK!

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    just curious, why get such expensive weighing machine?
    thot u can get cheaper ones at $10+ :roll:

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    the word here is "digital", so that we don't have to strain our eyes and see our weight. Every 0.001kg gained or losed is recorded.

    Surely you can get non-digital ones cheaply.

    Digital weighing machine for $10+ ?
    I'll be interested to know where. Do share.

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    sorry didn't know u hv to pay so much more with 'digital'. :wow:
    anyway, i don't hv lobang for cheaper Digital Weighing Machine.
    in fact i am looking out to buy one myself, but now i think i will be comfortable with those non-digital (sorry me the cheapo type)

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    I saw one at Home D-I-Y store but I can't remember the price. HTHs.

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    Vel, your new avatar is awesome If u want the scale, i can throw it to u. I dont need to keep reminding myself how fat i am now

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    I've seen 20odd or 30odd ones from Watsons. Big digital screen. but im not sure if its accurate. HTHs

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    Saw 1 at Guardian pharmacy, Ikea outlet.
    Camry brand, $19.95.
    Yes, digital.

    It's displayed right at the pharmacy entrance, won't miss it.

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    Mine is from osim. The one which also also measure your fats level.

    Saw a very nice one in watson. Clear one.

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    I would like to check with those who had used the digital scale with fat % measurement: do you find that the percentage of fat in our body can vary widely throughout the day? Mine varies by as much as 4%!! The worst time seems to be in the morning when the fat % would go into the unhealthy range (> 27%!!), and in the evening before I had dinner is the best time - will go down to 24+%. I wonder if it has to do with the composition of fluids, food mass, etc. in our body. Don't know if it's accurate.

    Any idea?

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    Just bought a digital weighing scale from Guardian Pharmacy (just came in today!) for $19.90. It's clear, somewhat like the OSIM one, but comes in a square shape. I tested it, and it was pretty accurate.

    I bought the OSIM scale, and when it malfunctioned, I sent it back to the store. They quoted me a ridiculous $66 for repair I didn't bother collecting it.

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    I bought the Osim one as well last year and I doubt its accuracy! I can step on it twice in a five minute span and have a remarkably different body fat percentage reading... I guess the old-fashioned pincer method is still the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creepcake
    Just bought a digital weighing scale from Guardian Pharmacy (just came in today!) for $19.90. It's clear, somewhat like the OSIM one, but comes in a square shape. I tested it, and it was pretty accurate.
    Wow! $19.90 for a digital weighing machine is cheap. Only problem now is to make myself go to Guardian to get it...coz I cannot stand their hard-sell promoters...

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