I have been half-heartedly working on loosing a few pounds. I have been watching what I eat a little more closely (thanks to Weight Watchers), walking on the treadmill, and if you remember I tried that devil of a program called Zumba. Yeah, that didn’t go so well, it bout killed me, literally.
In my journey I knew I needed to get a scale to see if I was making any kind of progress. But how do you choose? There are so many out there. But, as you know, when you’re embarking on a weight loss program, you and your scale become very closely acquainted, even if you do hate what it has to say. And I was shocked by what mine had to say. Conair has introduced its newest scale offerings! Licensed by Weight Watchers, these scales not only provide great functionality, but their sleek, beautiful designs make them nice to look down at every day (even on those days when the scale is more “frenemy” than friend!)
Weight Watchers® by Conair™ Glass Body Analysis Scale Model WW52
These are scales you won’t have to hide away under the sink. As much as I hate getting on it, it does make it a little easier knowing that it is there to help me meet a goal, and looks good to boot.
Weight is not the only measurement of success for a weight loss/exercise program…there are many other factors, and how great would it be to have a bathroom scale that measures many of them in one step? The Weight Watchers by Conair Glass Body Analysis Scale not only measures weight but also measures body fat, body water, bone mass, and BMI (body mass index). And because it has a four-user memory, it can be used by the whole family! It is fabulous!
The scale has a sleek, streamlined design along with a blue backlight on the 1.9” LCD screen with 2 lines. It features impact-resistant tempered safety glass platform with stainless steel and includes bone mass analysis. The 12.2” x 12.8” scale has a 400 lb. capacity and includes long-life batteries.
The Weight Watchers by Conair Glass Body Analysis Scale Model WW52 is available at Target, as well as at www.conair-store.com for an average retail price of $49.99.
They have several other scales in their new line AND Conair Scales is in the process of creating a new web site for the Weight Watchers by Conair scales and interested in your feedback! When you answer a survey question on what you would like to see on the new site (a blog, healthy recipes, fitness tips, etc.), you’ll be entered to win one of 10 scales they’re offering! Visit www.conairscales.com for more details!
You can also enter here to win a new scale for your home!! Thanks to Conair one lucky reader will one of these:
If you just want a good old simple weight measurement, but with extraordinary style, this best-selling Weight Watchers scale is a great choice! The smooth scale has an easy-to-read 1.3” digital display with a “tap-on” scale activator. There is a high-strength tempered safety glass with decorative silk screen available in white, red, or blue. The scale is 11.8” X 12.6” and has a 400 lb. capacity. The scale runs on long-life AAA lithium batteries that are included and has a 10-year warranty.
The Weight Watchers by Conair Digital Painted Glass Scale Model WW24 is available nationwide at stores such as Target, Sears, Meijer, Fry’s, as well as at www.conair-store.com for an average retail price of $29.99.
TO ENTER: Simply leave a comment telling me a great weight loss tip. Yep, it is that simple.
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