I Don’t Know How Much A Bathroom Scale Is Supposed To Cost But This One That Is On Sale For Only $20 Seems Like A Good Deal

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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I have never bought a bathroom scale. Of course, like every person, I have used a bathroom scale. But to date every bathroom scale I’ve stepped on has not belonged to me. Maybe I should have bought a bathroom scale or else I wouldn’t have gained all that weight in college. Maybe I would have if I could have gotten one for just $20.

Today only, you can save $40 on the #1 bestselling scale.

Normally $60, this scale is 67 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $60, this scale is 67 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Kinzi Precision Digital Bathroom Scale w/ Extra Large Lighted Display, 400 lb. Capacity and “Step-On” Technology [2016 VERSION on sale for $19.99

Here’s the product info:

  • Take control of your weight now and stop the guesswork: Kinzi’s Precision Digital Scale guarantees accurate readings each and every time

  • Track your progress effortlessly: our backlit, extra-large LCD screen makes it easy and straightforward to read your weight

  • Painstakingly precise: each Kinzi scale is built with German high-precision sensors, capable of weighing up to 400 lbs (180 kg.) with .2 lbs (.1 kg) increments

  • Auto-calibrated: turns off automatically when not in use to extend battery life. Runs on one (1) CR2032 Lithium Button Cell (included)

Most importantly, over 1,000 customers have reviewed this scale on Amazon, and three-quarters of them gave it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. I’m not sure about these folks, but if I were to rate a scale it would be on one criterion: does it accurately measure my weight. This one obviously does.

I should buy a scale (Photo via Shutterstock)

I should buy a scale (Photo via Shutterstock)

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