Hanson HX5000 Glass Electronic Bathroom Scale - £9.49 delivered at Amazon
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Hanson HX5000 Glass Electronic Bathroom Scale - £9.49 delivered at Amazon

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Found 3rd Jan 2011Made hot 3rd Jan 2011
The HX5000 has advanced strain gauge technology, low battery indicators and a power saving auto off feature. It features a clear slim glass platform and LCD screen. The long-life lithium battery is included and the HX5000 features a low battery indicator so you know when the power is running low. It also has an auto-on and auto-off function, as well as an auto-zero function. All Hanson Electronic Bath scales have a unit conversion function which allows weighing in either metric or imperial. Graduation: 100g – 1/4 lb. Suitable for up to 150 kg (24 stone).

* Glass electronic bathroom scale
* Lithium battery included
* Advanced strain gauge technology
* Low battery indicator and power saving auto off
* Capacity 24St / 150Kg

10 Comments

i can agree with the above, it is extremely difficult to find accurate scales as i found out recently. bought and retuned several digital and analogue scales they reported me inaccurately within a range of 1 stone of my actual weight. Thats a pretty severe inaccuracy. I would only buy scales with many glowing reviews.

Great just order these 3 days ago, due tomorrow! Will give them ago and let you know, looks like I will be sending them back, ain't bothered with scales for 8 years, might carry on that way if there are non that's fit for use.

I picked up a set of digital scales in Morrisons(Chelmsford branch) last friday reduced from £9.99 to £4.99.I never trust the old manual ones.

From this Thursday at Lidl:
lidl.co.uk/cps…htm
£7.99
Unusually high max. capacity too at 180Kg

mmmbop

These scales are CRAP.I had these and I was losing and gaining stones every time I weighed myself.

I got cheap non-electronic scales from Lidl a year ago and they told me I was almost a stone heavier than I was...

mccririck

I got cheap non-electronic scales from Lidl a year ago and they told me I … I got cheap non-electronic scales from Lidl a year ago and they told me I was almost a stone heavier than I was...



Mechanical ones are very inaccurate anyway, if you looked inside them, you wouldn't be surprised!
I have some Lidl electronic ones (not the exact model) but they are 100% accurate to those at my Hospital,(read to 0.1kg) Most reliable I have owned, better than the older Soehnle ones I had before.
Edited by: "nihcaj" 3rd Jan 2011

this is not very good quality there are lot of bathroom scales available at Argos (half price)

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

some of these comes with 15 years guarantee

Morrisons have Salter Electronic scales at £7.99 at the moment. A fairly attractive mosaic design too.
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