Quantum Scale Shows Weight Loss But Not Actual Weight

Quantum Scale Shows Weight Loss But Not Actual Weight

Sarah Rae Smith
May 14, 2010

When you step on a scale, no matter how much weight you might have lost, the big picture of what you still have to lose is always staring you in the face. The Quantum Scale has set out to change that experience and has set the focus only on how far you've come, not how far you still have to go.

The Quantum Scale is a neat new take on weightlosss or your relationship or journey with weight. You step on the scale to start and it registers your current weight into its memory. After that, each consecutive stepping will tell you how much weight you've lost since.

Obviously this isn't a piece of equipment for those who are already at their goal weights, but it is a nice positive motivator for those who still have some work to do. It has a maximum capacity of 330 pounds and will show you your weight in both pounds and kilograms. It shows your weight loss no matter how small, all the way down to 0.1 pound!

The only downside we can see is that this scale is really only intended for one person in the household since its results are based on a personal journey. You can find them online for $59.99 and $10 for shipping. Is this something you'd be into? Or think it's a gimmick to prey on those with self-esteem issues?

(Image: Quantum Scale)

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