@DFARLEY - That's a variance of way less than 1%, so I doubt it. Most of the newer digital scales automatically calibrate to zero, but variations of less than a percentage point of inaccuracy are probably well within acceptable manufacturing tolerances?
Dave A.- South Central PA, USA
I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see. - John Burroughs
Pounds lost: 93.0
Fitness Minutes: (178)
3/13/20 4:09 P
Try checking it twice a week and keep a log only on Wednesday. I just read last week Wednesday is the best and most accurate account of our weight as people like to indulge on the weekend. As a side note, you always weigh less first thing in the morning so be consistent with your time of day. Hang in there a day or two of getting back in the game and you will see huge improvements.
Some people cannot see themselves thinner. Perhaps you are one of them.
I see no reason to buy a new scale. Maybe changing the batteries will make you feel better.
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