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Athena wrote:The most important thing i would think is being consistant. You would assume that any set of scales is going to be the same amount of inacuracy every time, and the thing you want to measure is how much you lose right? Even massively innacurate scales will be able to tell you that.
whit3tig3y wrote:It seems my old scales are more accurate than the doctors scales. I got on them when i got home and it said 130.6kg Though it is 6pm and i've had nearly a million litres of water and my lunch etc so we'll see what my official weigh day says on wednesday
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