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Weight Watchers Scale Review and Giveaway

Now that the holidays are over, many people are looking to start eating healthier and to lose weight. I am not trying to lose weight but I do like to keep my weight in check. I was recently contacted by Weight Watchers by Conair to see if I wanted to try out one of their digital scales.

I was sent a small, sleek white glass scale to review. What is really cute about the scale is that it comes with stickers that have inspirational messages on it. I really like how sleek the scale looks and looks great in my downstairs bathroom. I am a big fan. Also, it is affordable compared to many other digital scales. I have had another Weight Watchers scale for 4 years now and really like it.
Please note: this is not my weight. This is just an image of the scale from the company.

Here is some additional information about the scale:
The sleek, slim silver glass scale has an easy-to-read 1.5” digital display. The scale is 12.4” X 12.4” and has a 400-lb. capacity. The scale runs on one long-life AAA lithium battery (included) and has a 10-year warranty. The Weight Watchers® by Conair™ Digital Scale (Model WW58S) is available nationwide at stores such as Kmart and Kohls, as well as at www.conair-store.com for an average retail price of $29.99.

Giveaway
The giveaway will be for your own Weight Watchers by Conair scale (a $29.99 value!).
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Disclosure: I received this scale for free for my review on my blog. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated for this post.

61 comments:

  1. No New Year's resolution other than to keep working on what I'm already doing.

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  2. I do and it's to save enough money to move back home...that and keep on losing weight.

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  3. To get a beautiful white Standard Poodle girl! Teach more tricks to Issabella, my black Standard Poodle girl..

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  4. My resolution is to eat healthier and to be more active.

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  5. I have Diabetes so my resolution is to lose weight and get healthier.

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  6. johnny- amy lynn
    lifeofwork2005@yahoo.com



    dont believe in them!!

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  7. becoming more organized
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  8. I do make resolutions.. I try hard to stick to them. This year I am determined more then ever. I resolve to finally get in shape and get healthy. I've always had weight issues, and since having my son I've made it a mission to get fit and healthy. This year, I wont lose that ambition! Thank you for the chance to win this awesome prize! The scale I have now is very basic.. this would be great!

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  9. Lowering our grocery bill by planning our meals for the week!

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  10. To eat healthier & stay away from GMO's in my food and get educated on where my food comes from!

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  11. To strengthen my existing friendships

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  12. Yes I do, and it's to lose weight and to eat healthier.

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  13. Keep living healthy and stay active with the family

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  14. I need to keep track so I don't gain the fated freshman fifteen!

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  15. There's many things I ought to resolve to do, but I'll refrain, it's too disappointing when I don't keep them.

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  16. I want to lose a waist size. gabbflabber at live.com

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  17. i need to lose weight bad!

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  18. My new year resolution is to have a healthy lifestyle. Go to bed early and get up early. Also have a perfect diet!

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  19. Losing weight is important to us this year, but it's more about being healthier and making better decisions about what we're putting into our bodies.

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  20. My resolution is to eat healthier!

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  21. My resolution is to save more money.

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  22. Get healthier!
    Shiebs24[at]gmail[dot]com

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  23. Mine was to lose weight, but it's going slowly.

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  24. Lose about 30 pounds this year

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  25. my goal is to lose 15 lbs before summer!


    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  26. 45 pounds....I am ready to start living

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  27. My resolution is to make my scale say 128.1

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  28. To eat healthy and get more active.

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  29. My resolution is to exercise more often.

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  30. to make healthy choices more often
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  31. My resolution is to eat healthier and to be more active

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  32. Get back down to the size I was before I had my two rug rats =)

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  33. To volunteer more
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  34. Be more positive with my weight loss goals

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  35. Be a happier person.

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  36. Be a happier person.

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  37. My New Years Resolution is to be more productive in my spare time.

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  38. don't just plan, but do. Follow thru on things
    Thank you

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  39. To live life to the fullest and not to let people that dont matter rule my life!

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  40. I would like to win the Weight Watchers by Conair scale.

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  41. I think its awesome that it comes with those stickers... Makes weighing yourself a little easier.

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  42. loose that weight

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  43. To get into better shape! More working out.

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  44. I do not make resolutions anymore but my first short term goal is to lose 20lbs by the end of Feb.
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  45. We eat a low inflammation diet, low glycemic. I have a hard time not eating chocolate, so I am trying to stop it! LOL

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  46. My resolution is to improve my finances. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  47. No resolutions but doing very well with not smoking.

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