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 nearly $50 on a normally $67 digital scale:

Normally $67, this digital bathroom scale is 70 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $67, this digital bathroom scale is 70 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Innotech® Digital Bathroom Scale with Easy-to-Read Backlit LCD on sale for $19.99

Here’s the product info:

  • LARGE, EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY: The 3.6 inch negative LCD display is backlit. Sleek, modern design and white color complement your decor.

  • AUTOMATED CALIBRATION: Your new Innotech body weight scale is ready to go right out of the box. Automatic zero-resetting provides immediate readings.

  • DURABLE AND COMPACT: 6mm tempered glass is scratch and shatter-resistant. The 12” x 12” scale fits anywhere in your bathroom or home.

  • ACCURATE WITHIN 0.2 LBS: Built with advanced German technology. Four weighing sensors provide precise readings up to 400 pounds.

More and more scales these days offer to do much more than tell you just your weight. There are other scales you should check out if you want all those smart features and connectivity. But if you are a traditionalist like I am, a scale like this is probably the one for you.

Strong, smart and beautiful (Photo via Amazon)

Strong, smart and beautiful (Photo via Amazon)

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