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Omron Body Fat Monitor Scale

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2010

If you need a device to calculate your body fat content, the Omron Body Fat Monitor Scale will also measure your Body Mass Index (BMI) in just seconds. You just need to put in the necessary information first, like age, gender and height.

This scale is capable of storing information for up to four users and also has a guest function for your guests to give it a try. The scales uses bioelectrical impedance analysis in order to measure body fat, and it comes in chrome or steel models for $89.95.

Weigh to go luggage scale

Posted in Scales by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2010

Remember the escale luggage scale? Well, here’s another scale that will help you avoid unnecessary fees at the airport. The device makes it easy to make sure that you don’t go over the weight limit and get charged.

The Weigh to go unit features Velcro straps and a lockable steel carabineer that prevents others from stealing it too. Weigh to go retails for $33, and will give you a reading of your luggage’s weight in both kgs or pounds after you lift it for a total of 5 seconds.

Welcome Mat weighs your guests

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on December 11th, 2009

Welcome Mat weighs your guestsWant to scare any guests away before they even enter your home? This Welcome Mat will do just that, by weighing them before they can ring the doorbell. No one likes to be reminded of what they weigh after all. The question is, are they fit enough to enter your home?

This scale will tell you. Your mother and ex wife will leave you in peace at long last. And you will encourage dieting. Don’t worry, we think this is a gag, not a real product.

Withings WiFi body scale learns to Tweet

Posted in Scales by Shane McGlaun on November 11th, 2009

web-2-connected-bodyscale-perspI know there are many people out there that protect the information about how much they weigh better than they protect their ATM PIN number. That cool Withings scale that we talked about last month may be pushing your limits already with sending your weight to the Internet and your iPhone.

Withings announced a new update for the scale today that gives the thing the ability to Tweet your weight and your weight loss or gain goals to Twitter for the unwashed masses to read. The new update does this automatically and you don’t have to do anything to post to Twitter.

Toilet Seat Scale allows you watch as you lose weight

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Toilet Seat Scale allows you watch as you lose weightScales come in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes they are on your mouse. Sometimes they are on a chair. And sometimes they can be found on a toilet seat.

Which makes sense. Losing weight is hard. It might help motivate you, if you can see visually just how much you lose on the old John. Because we all know we lose some weight on the throne. Now it’s time to see just how much. Judging by that rabbit-thing’s reaction, it seems that he/she has just pinched a weighty loaf.

Weight Seat for the extremely lazy who want to lose weight

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2008

Weight Seat for the extremely lazy who want to lose weight
This weight seat is great for those who have taken an interest in their weight, but not so much interest that they need to stand up and walk to the scale. Also great for eating meals and literally watching the pounds add up. It’s probably also good for video game players who don’t have the Wii, but think that their games can really get them in shape. Just sit on your butt, button-mash as you frag enemies and keep looking down. I’m sure you’ll see some results eventually. It was designed by Atypyk design studios and sadly I think it would be a real hit with many large mammals.

Remote controlled wireless scale

Posted in Scales by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2008

Remote controlled wireless scalePeople hate stepping on their scale and having it tell them the honest to god facts about their weight. Women especially hate the evils of the scale. Well folks, this new device isn’t going to improve the scale’s image any.

I personally have never had any problem with the simple act of stepping on a scale and looking down at the numbers, but I can see how that might be a problem for some people, whether they are just cringing at the numbers or just can’t see past their enormous girth. I can only presume that this device is geared toward the latter. With this scale, you won’t have to try to circumvent your huge gut to get a look at the numbers. You can just read your weight by looking straight ahead at a remote.