Re: I Need Your Explanation concerning Talking Bathroom Scales:


Mike Thomas
 

Scales are calibrated at factory to a certain tollerance. This would explain why different scales weigh differently. When you step on a scale at a doctor's office for the first time, consider this a base reading, and then the following times can determine your gain or loss from previous times.
I've noticed this same difference is present in blood glucose readings between two different units even from the same blood sample. I called the manufacturer of one and asked why there was something like a 13 point reading difference, and they got peeved that I tried to compare two different units. I therefore just do exactly what I said, consider each day's readings as an increase or decrease from the previous day. I wonder though if the same thing happens when tested at a lab with more accurate chemical readings, and more precise equipment.
Mike

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From: "Pamela Dominguez" <geodom@optonline.net>
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Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2018 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] I Need Your Explanation concerning Talking Bathroom Scales:


The problem is that even different doctor' scales don't always read the same as each other. Pam.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Ray
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2018 4:29 PM
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Subject: Re: [TechTalk] I Need Your Explanation concerning Talking Bathroom Scales:

Gary Ray here.

Talking bathroom scales are not all created equal.

If one chooses to get a set of these scales, it is a good idea to compare the weight you get to a medical set of scales to determine if they read properly. If they are close, then that is good, if not it is a good idea to make note of how far off the talking scales are so one has a pretty good idea of what the actual weight is. This way, one would know how much to add or subtract to get a proper weight. I do not know if there are any talking scales that can be adjusted to fix this particular problem.

Cheers!
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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Laz
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2018 3:42 PM
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Subject: Re: [TechTalk] I Need Your Explanation concerning Talking Bathroom Scales:

Talking bathroom scales are used for people to find out how much they weigh. both sighted and non-sighted use them for various reasons like perhaps someone's body circumference interferes with their ability to see the displayed weight, etc. If you can't see the display for whatever reason or would just appreciate the convenience of hearing it instead of seeing it and would like to keep track of your body weight then perhaps you could use one.

If you're not interested in knowing your body weight or have other ways to find out, then it wouldn't be necessary for you.

Laz

On 1/20/18, mubbangachipalo@zambia.co.zm <mubbangachipalo@zambia.co.zm> wrote:
Dear Brothers and sisters on this mailinglist, I really need your
clarification on talking bathroom scales. Now my questions are as follows:
What are talking bathroom scales used for? Do sighted people use them
as well? Are these talking bathroom scales specifically for blind people?
Lastly, What value can a talking bathroom scale add to my life if I
personally buy it and place it at my home? However if the moderator
disallow my topic then please send your answers to my personal e-mail
address the goodness and purpose for a blind person to use talking bathroom scales.
This is from Mubanga chipalo.
Dear Brothers and sisters on this mailinglist, I really need your
clarification on talking bathroom scales. Now my questions are as follows:
What are talking bathroom scales used for? Do sighted people use them
as well? Are these talking bathroom scales specifically for blind people?
Lastly, What value can a talking bathroom scale add to my life if I
personally buy it and place it at my home? However if the moderator
disallow my topic then please send your answers to my personal e-mail
address the goodness and purpose for a blind person to use talking bathroom scales.
This is from Mubanga chipalo.




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