Salter 9141 Bathroom scales with body fat analyser @ Amazon for £10 (Prime) or add £4.75 non-Prime - HotUKDeals
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Salter 9141 Bathroom scales with body fat analyser @ Amazon for £10.00 (Prime) or add £4.75 non-Prime

£10.00 @ Amazon
15 year guarantee Can store data for upto 4 users. Normally £15-£20 Read More
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9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago
15 year guarantee
Can store data for upto 4 users.

Normally £15-£20
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Good price, but make sure you find a good flat piece of floor for the readings to be consistent on this
#2
Gone. Back to £15
#3
back to £15
#4
I have one of these. Pretty darn sure it's faulty............

oO
#5
have a set of these too, have never managed to get the body fat readings ect. only seems to show weight.
#6
These will show you a different weight each time you stand on it lol.
#7
dreamager
Good price, but make sure you find a good flat piece of floor for the readings to be consistent on this
I was under impression these have some sort of self-levelling if they're on carpets
#8
KM4353
These will show you a different weight each time you stand on it lol.
as long as that number get's lower each time what's there to complain about ;)
#9
loofer
dreamager
Good price, but make sure you find a good flat piece of floor for the readings to be consistent on this
I was under impression these have some sort of self-levelling if they're on carpets
They have a wider set of feet you can put on that greatly helps on all surfaces, but on the standard feet even on a tiled floor we had to make sure we used the same tile each time
#10
zzak
have a set of these too, have never managed to get the body fat readings ect. only seems to show weight.

I think you have to double tap it or something. It comes on very sporadically for me.
#11
Aware that the £10 price is expired - are these still a good deal @ £15 however?
#12
I have these scales - they are very good but, as above, you have to have them on a very flat, solid piece of floor.
They have one setting which gives your weight but there's another setting which gives you the body analysis reading - which is a little sporadic to get the display to show this.
As for the accuracy, we have checked this a couple of times where we weigh on our scales and then pay a visit to Boots and weigh on their store scales - and found that both read-outs are the same, so we are trusting ours is correct (or they are both wrong!)
#13
[quote=FatalSaviour]Aware that the £10 price is expired - are these still a good deal @ £15 however?[/quot


Try Asda instore OOS online but we got them for £10
#14
Got the MiBody version from another deal and they seem pretty accurate.

Those mention running the auto calibration again if you move them. Have people having issues with accuracy checked the manual to see if there is a calibration procedure?
#15
wet the soles of your feet and make sure to have a profile set and it'll give you the other measurements.

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