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3.2
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Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale

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Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale
 
3.2

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3.0

Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale

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Comments about Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale:

We recently purchased a Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale. It has been very helpful with keeping track of my weight and body fat. It was easy to program and I have been using it every morning. I think that it is a good scale and I like the fact that it is digital. It is lightweight and easy to store. It calculates body fat, which was good for me to know. I got it on sale, but wish that it would have been a bit less expensive. It seems that it would be hard to fit into every budget. It has worked well so far and has been accurate. It's a handy tool to have if you are trying to keep track of your weight and body fat. I am health conscious and that is why I wanted to get the Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale. I looked at some other scales that were on sale and decided that this one would be the best value for my purposes. I would recommend the Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale to others.

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3.0

Taylor fat analyzer does its job

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from Studio City, CA

Comments about Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale:

When you start working out, and working out hard, i mean hitting those free weights, and squat machines you expect a big change in your bodies metabolism, that translates into burning up of fat and a substantial decrease in weight. But what happens after a few weeks of working out is you feel like you have toned up, but the weighing machine doesn't. That leads to frustration nd you quit or get demotivated. The problem is that you're seeing your weight increase and assume its the fat, while it could be lean muscle. thats why you need a weighing scale with a fat analyzer to tell the whole story. I was told to buy one, and i looked around and all i saw were some really pricey ones. I was in no mood to spend the kind of dough that would buy me a blu ray player on a gadget in my bathroom. So i found out that taylor had a range of affordable fat scales. The reviews were not too good but i decided to take a chance, if nothing i would have a nice digital scale. I used the scale along with the fat analyzer and so far its been pretty accurate! infact very accurate in my case. I hope it stays this way, all and above a great value for money.

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3.0

Good scale but doesn't match my doctor's

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from Rocky Mount, NC

Comments about Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale:

After meeting my weight goal in Weight Watchers about 4 years ago, I decided to invest in a set of scales for the weeks that I didn't want to attend a meeting.  I ended up buying these because they were relatively inexpensive and had lots of bells and whistles such as body fat calculation and the ability to store information for up to four people.  Overall I had been satisfied but the scales are not as accurate as I had hoped (either that or my doctor's scales are all out of wack!) and they do not weigh lighter objects with any accuracy at all.  In order to weigh my children (who are both a little underweight), I have to get on the scales with and then without them and find the difference.  Also the scales are a little tempermental, meaning that they read lower if you stand a certain way and so it's hard to know if you actually weigh the higher or lower number.  This is probably one of those instances in which you get what you pay for.

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5.0

LOVE IT!

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from Key Largo, FL

Comments about Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale:

I bought this product a few weeks ago and I absolutley LOVE IT!!! it works great and is very accurate. these days its so hard to find a scale that is right for you and for the matter accurate. i have been through over 3-5 scales in the past year and none of them have seemed to satisfy me like this one has. not only does it weight accurate it has the best fat analyzer ive seen. not really to expensive. you really getting more than you paid for. you havent tried this scale i suggest you try it. its electronic feature and big digital read out really helps out when weighing yourself!! it has a great weight capacity and very easily can be portable to take along with you on any trip. ive really never been so excited about a scale in my life but this one has really helped me and my best friend to keep track of our weightloss not only for ourselves but for the competion we have entered. i must say it is truely amazing.

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2.0

Annoyingly inaccurate

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from Beverly Hills, CA

Comments about Taylor Body Fat Analyzer and Scale:

I bought this scale because I thought it was a good value, especially for the price. Other scales in the same price range didn't have the body fat feature. I found that my weight varied far too much according to the scale. I could step on it 5 times in a row and get 3 or 4 different weights. Sometimes I would have to stand on it and push on the bottom of the shelf to increase the weight on the scale to reset it. Changing the battery also really messed with the weight measurements. I followed the directions and after changing it, I tapped on the scale surface to show 0000 and reset it but the number it showed when I stepped on it was 20 lbs off. I've given up and bought a weight watchers scale instead since they are accurate to a 10th of a pound, not just in .5lb increments.

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