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Recording your weight while on Nutrisystem

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I don't know for you but I really hate my scale some days. I check my weight everyday (only check in once a week though) and almost everytime it is not accurate. I can step on it 2 times in a row and see a 5 pounds difference.

I am sometimes confused on the weight I'm supposed to choose when it's the day I check in... Should I be happy and put the lowest? Play it safe and put the highest?.

I'm know that if I keep going with Nutrisystem I will lose the weight but when you buy an expensive scale you kinda expect to be able to check your weight accurately and w/o having to calculate the median (especially before your morning coffee to wake you up )..

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Your question was: Recording your weight while on Nutrisystem.

That would drive me nuts. I don't know how accurate my scale is, but it's pretty darn precise. If yours is really that inconsistent, I'd use the average of three consecutive measurements. Actually, no - I would buy a new scale that was more precise. But if that's not an option, I vote average...

Comment #1

Sounds like maybe the battery is dying, or it could be on a non-level surface. How annoying!..

Comment #2

Or just weigh yourself once and take the first value it gives you. With my scales, you have to stand on it the same way each time. Leaning slightly forwards or backwards will change the value it gives so make sure you have the same posture each time...

Comment #3

I bought a new one because the old one was as the OP described. I love to weigh myself and want it as accurate and consistant as possible. I vote go buy a good new one...

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I would have to buy a new one because I would be crazy, and I sure don't need anything pushing me closerlol. Before you do that, you might google your particular scale brand and model and see what you can find out about itis that normal for this scale or is something wrong....just a thought. I think the ones that weigh in fractions of pounds may be more sensitivenot sure. Mine is digital but only weighs in whole poundspositive and negative to that. Anyway, the internet might help you...

Comment #5

Thanks for all your answers!.

I think I will try to change the batteries first and see what happens. I don't really want to buy a new one since I bought this one a few months ago.

Might have to though lol before this one drives me crazy. I wouldn't mind 1 pound difference but come on... 5 pounds is way too much...

Comment #6

My scale is very close to that of the scale used in the doctor's office. I have a digital scale. I can get on it, get the reading, step off and then step on again and get the same reading. It is a Homedics scale. When the batteries start going, the scale will start giving odd readings...

Comment #7

I know it's the general consensus here that if we don't like what the scale says then we just shouldn't check it but my scale does the same thing and I'll never figure that one out. I seem to get more accurate readings on a regular scale than a digital scale. Go figure....

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That would drive me nuts. I don't know how accurate my scale is, but it's pretty darn precise. If yours is really that inconsistent, I'd use the average of three consecutive measurements. Actually, no - I would buy a new scale that was more precise. But if that's not an option, I vote average...

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