Gurin High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale
If you have been weighing yourself for any length of time you know that not all bathroom scales are the same. I never will understand why I weigh more at the doctor’s office than at home!
We have been using the Gurin High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale for about a month. WoW! This may be the last scale that we ever use.
The display is large – yes no doubting how much you weigh on this one! Just step right on as you will not need to tap on this scale with your foot to turn it on and then wait for it to zero balance. With the step on technology, you can get right on and receive accurate results in just a second. I like that it turns itself off automatically, which saves on battery life.
It is made with thick tempered glass and measures 12″ x 13″. The large 4.3″ LCD display area is bright and easy to read.
The scale calibrates itself, so it doesn’t require any maintenance. This unit also weighs up to 400 lbs. It is wide enough for you to stand on without it tipping. It has non-slip grips on the bottom, so you feel comfortable that it will not move or slide even on tile flooring.
For a limited time, orders will include a body measuring tape. This is a great way to keep track of the changes in your measurements as you lose the weight.
If for some reason you are not happy with the scale, it comes with a 100% Money Back Guarantee.
You can purchase the Gurin High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale on Amazon with free shipping on prime accounts.
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