Would you purchase this smart food scale?

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    Would you purchase this smart food scale?


    To be honest, I would in a heart beat!

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    Depends how much it will cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Depends how much it will cost.
    From all the other smart scales that I've seen probably $100-$120. Since this does a lot more than the other scales I would say $120.Also keep in mind that a wireless weight scale costs $120-$150 and this does way more than them.
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    I'll stick to my $10 digi scale
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I'll stick to my $10 digi scale
    Where did you find a good $10 scale? I had try a couple of them until I found a good one that was stable and consistent and that cost me $32.
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    I'll stick to my nice ~$15 digital scale and my free calorie tracking app. That scale reminds me of the game Simon, reps if you know what I'm talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbert View Post
    Where did you find a good $10 scale? I had try a couple of them until I found a good one that was stable and consistent and that cost me $32.
    Amazon search aws blade scale
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    It's cool but I'd rather save my money and stick to a cheaper one.
  

  
 

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