Weighing myself isn't particularly my favorite thing to do. After all, the numbers don't lie. On the other hand, having a scale that lets me know more than my weight informs me of more information about my body and helps direct me towards my weight loss goals.
Conair has introduced a line of Weight Watchers by Conair Scales to accurately display your weight. All three scales have different designs, some with more functions than others. I received the Weight Watchers by Conair Glass Body Analysis Scale Model WW78 for review and found that it not only measures my weight but also monitors my body fat, body water, body mass index, and bone mass. Not only can it do this for me, it can do the same for three other people. My husband and two teenage daughters use the same scale to get their readings.
The complete look of the scale is sleek in design with black high strength tempered safety glass and stainless steel accents. It includes two lithium batteries. The initial setup of the scale takes a little bit of time and it's important to read the instructions to understand the steps and number readings.
Before getting any readings, each person using the scale had to customize their body analysis monitor with the date, user number, height, age, and gender. Once that was completed, the information was stored in the scale. Each time one of us wants to get our body analysis, we step on the scale and tap on the "user" button until we get to our personal stored data. Whoever is using the scale at that time steps on it and gets a reading of their weight, body fat percentage, body water percentage, bone mass value, and BMI score. Because I didn't know much about body water and body fat percentages before using the scale, I was appreciative of the fact that the instruction guide explained it all and had a body analysis table to show what number ranges were good for an individual. With the LCD screen, the results are easy to read. I've never had a more in-depth scale and it's very helpful in routing me with my weight management goals. Of course, the scale alone doesn't make me lose weight but it shows my progression or regression.
Conair Scales is in the process of creating a new website for the Weight Watchers by Conair scales and they are interested in your feedback. When you answer a simple survey question on what you would like to see on the new site, you'll be entered to win one of 10 scales they're offering. The survey giveaway ends September 30, 2011. Visit www.conairscales.com for more details.
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I received product for review from Robin Leedy & Associates. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.