Rated 4 out of 5Â by Eurogirl consistent, but not sure how accurate
This scale gives consistent readings when you get on, step off, then weigh yourself a second or third time. Though when I went to the dr's office and they weighed me there, I noted that their scale read that I was about 6 lbs heavier than my Escali scale. Not sure whose scale is more accurate but I really hope that it wasn't the dr's office.
The display is easy to read and can keep record of your last weight and goal weight. If you want to record your weight, stand on it for about 4-5 secs and then get off when it asks you to. If you don't want to record your weight you only have about 1-3 secs to stand on the scale and read your weight before it will prompt you.
I wouldn't keep this scale in a bathroom shared by guests unless you don't mind them knowing your weight...or you knowing theirs :)
Rated 4 out of 5Â by StephLR Great scale but not Perfect
I love the style of this scale and it seems to be pretty accurate. I also love the fact that it tracks your last weight, so no more jotting down your last weigh in! However, while it seems accurate, the repeatability isn't perfect. Even when I'm extremely careful using the scale (stepping on exactly as before), I normally get some fluctuation in my weight. Its not a big deal, and now I just weigh daily or weekly, but don't expect to step on and off 10 times and get the same result.