I have the seem scale. It is wonderful. Never makes a mistake and I have droped it a few times...opps. I like how it tells you your bmi, water weight and bone mass. It was wroth the 50 bucks. Mine is glass as well.
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Get a new digital scale. I'd recommend the ones with the thick glass top--it helps prevent moisture damaging the electronics over time. Check the batteries they take too--I made sure I got one that takes AA batteries instead of those pricey round batteries. I'd avoid the $20 scales too--I opted for one that was around $40-45. DAVE
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Great tip on the thick glass. . . that is not something I would have thought of, or checking the battery size!!!
I don't mind paying a little more for a good scale; I just want it to work lol. The one I got and took back was from Target. I don't remember the brand, but it was digital and looked great but I paid $40 for it and couldn't get the same weight twice!
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