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Taylor Electronic Digital Bath Scale

$43.56

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Taylor Electronic Digital Bath Scale

The Taylor Electronic Digital Bath Scale makes weighing in simple and easy.  The digital feature adds the convenience of no longer having to try and accurately read your weight on an analog scale. With the jumbo 2.0" LCD digits displayed on the 2.1" AccuGlo Blue display, the numbers are easy to read from a distance and perfect for those who have difficulty with vision. This electronic bath scale has a weight capacity of up to 440 lbs (200 KG) and measures weight in 0.2 lb increments. Additional features include Instant On, Auto Zero, Auto Off, Low Battery Indicator, and a rubberized handle for added convenience.

Features

  • 440-lb capacity in 0.2-lb increments
  • Jumbo 2.0" LCD digits in a 2.1" Accu-Glo blue display
  • Rubberized carrying handle
  • Easy-to-clean design
  • Instant on & auto zero
  • Includes Alkaline batteries
  • Color: Silver
  • 5-year warranty

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 3.5 of 5 stars
42% (14)
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  • It works!   »   Most Recent Review “I ordered this scale based on the reviews. It works well. The display is large and very readable. I recieved it faster than I though I would. Recommend this product.”
  • Very nice scale   »   Most Helpful Reviews “This scale is a very solid, simple, and easy to use body weight scale. It is well built and gives consistent results. The 2" back lit LCD display is bright and easy to read…”
  • has its flaws   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “Purchased but found you can't see the weight by looking straight down. You must step off the scales and step back to get the right angle to see the numbers.”