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Unread 01-08-2010, 04:23 PM
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Why would anyone want to weight their bathroom anyway ?
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Just never wash the jeans! Problem solved

Disclaimer: some other, social related problems may occur as a result of this solution.
I actually tumble dry them in Dryel so I dont have to be faced with that problem.
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Unread 01-09-2010, 04:12 PM
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I actually tumble dry them in Dryel so I dont have to be faced with that problem.
you mean getting fat?
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Unread 01-09-2010, 06:14 PM
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What about the scales that tell you your bodyfat %..does anyone have any recs for that?

I am considering one that has foot sensors as well as hand sensors. I'm sure it may not be ACCURATE, but could it still be used from a consistency standpoint (ie tracking fat loss over time). Obviously this is assuming you use it under the same conditions...I planned to use it first thing in the AM?
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What about the scales that tell you your bodyfat %..does anyone have any recs for that?

I am considering one that has foot sensors as well as hand sensors. I'm sure it may not be ACCURATE, but could it still be used from a consistency standpoint (ie tracking fat loss over time). Obviously this is assuming you use it under the same conditions...I planned to use it first thing in the AM?
I'd say get a much cheaper tape measure and measure your belly instead. That will prolly give a much more reliable answer/data than a BIA-measurement.
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Just never wash the jeans! Problem solved
Actually not that bad of an idea as long as you don't wear the jeans. I have a pair of jeans I never wear anymore that I use for the same purpose.
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According to the current issue of Consumer Reports, digital beats dial every time.

The most accurate, and consistent, digital scales they tested...all plus or minus 1 pound 97-100% of the time...are:

Taylor 7506 $35
Tanita HS-302 $60
Escali B180R $30
Tanita HD-357 $65
Hi, i think the Etekcity weight scale should be there as i use it 3 years without any problem.
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Hi, i think the Etekcity weight scale should be there as i use it 3 years without any problem.
Holy 7 year thread bump. Although it does make me kinda nostalgic seeing some of these names from around the time I joined the board.
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