Weight watchers ultra slim electronic scales £2.50 @ Sainsburys instore
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Weight watchers ultra slim electronic scales £2.50 @ Sainsburys instore

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Found 6th Jan 2014
found in Sainsbury Leeds white rose shopping centre down to £2.50 from £25.00. Not sure if nationwide but good deal and not too heavy on your pocket
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Confirmed as model # 8996U [deduced only from OP photo!]

Full spec: amazon.co.uk/Wei…IY2

Good reviews, cracking price if you can get some... average gogogadget price £12-24!!

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is it a glass one?

Bargain

Bargin i paid £25 for it in sainsburys just last year

Yes its glass

Original Poster

confirm it is glass

Heat added, a steal if you can get one

Original Poster

there were about 10 out...not sure if they had anymore out back

I live close by, but bet they are none left by the time I get there after work - not at at that price. Bargain, well done

Original Poster

@natbag can you call them and reserve one - worth a go?

keiths1975

@natbag can you call them and reserve one - worth a go?



I might see if I can, good thinking, thanks

surprised WW haven't changed how they work out their weight calculations and charged extra for a "new" scales system like their old points system

Great find!

Anyone know if this is store specific??

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Voted +HOT on price, spec and the fact they are marketed as "Ultra Slim" [nice one weightwatchers.co.uk]
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More info added to OP

Original Poster

That made me chuckle too...thanks for the extra info on spec

yay.. Leeds
boo... Liverpoo FC

None left at White Rose, hubby just popped down but all gone. Not suprisingly given the very cheap price.

Original Poster

No comment!! @bhaisab!!

ackbar

surprised WW haven't changed how they work out their weight calculations … surprised WW haven't changed how they work out their weight calculations and charged extra for a "new" scales system like their old points system

they have changed the way the points go again wish it would stay the same!!

Original Poster

I never did WW but I imagine everytime they change the point system that they get a load more money from people having to update books/calculators etc. I used their info as a guideline into what was good and bad and took up running. My diet mostly consisted of home cook curries and vodka and diet coke

Surely it'll break or it should be used after they've lost weight?

lisajones1964

they have changed the way the points go again wish it would stay the … they have changed the way the points go again wish it would stay the same!!



Which class do you go to? Because the point system hasn't change at the one I go to. All they've done is introduce an additional plan for you to use if you want

any in norwich?

Original Poster

ahhhhhaaaaaaaa

jamie2965

Surely it'll break or it should be used after they've lost weight?



candy crush in real life?

None in Beckton or Whitechapel

specs for anyone who can't be bothered to go to Amazon..


-Large 1 inch LCD display for easy visibility, measures stone / kg / lb
-Measures and monitors body weight in 31/2 oz / 100 g increments for accurate readings
-Built with a sturdy, impact resistant platform
-Maximum capacity 25 st 0 lb / 160 kg / 350 lb
-Designed to last with a 15 year guarantee, includes 3 AAA batteries

The scale isn't accurate at all, i stood on it and stepped off it 3 times in a row and the reading was different by a couple on pounds each time! I'm not losing weight that fast lol!

Original Poster

I thought that the 1st time I stood on them...lol...they do appear accurate as checked to see if mine did the same as yours but reading was the same each time
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