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Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale # 7009

Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale # 7009
alaScore 77

10 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale # 7009. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Activity/Fitness Trackers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Activity/Fitness Trackers the Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale # 7009 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: ressapsert (

I guess I got a bad egg.


I definitely did not have the experience that other users had. It worked for 3 months tops, and it was inaccurate most of the time. It says the capacity is 300lbs. After giving up on my diet a year or two ago, I gained 50lbs making myself 250lbs. I...

Jan, 2014

Consumer review by: caelan20 (

Very accurate


I am in the process of trying to lose weight but it was hard to tell on my old scale if I was truly losing weight or not. I bought this one to replace my older outdated scale and could not be more pleased! It is very lightweight and compact making it...

Jan, 2014

Consumer review by: cashmurray (

Accurate Scale!


This scale is very easy to use & store. We keep ours under our bed for easy access to weigh in first thing in the morning. The display is bright & the numbers are big enough to see. Performance The scale is accurate and even going to the doctors office...

Dec, 2013

Consumer review by: shaelataylor (

Great for Basics!


This scale is great for exactly what it is supposed to be. It is inexpensive and accurately measures weight. I use it daily and have through my entire weight loss journey. It doesn't seem like the most durable scale out there and it doesn't have...

Nov, 2013

Consumer review by: allisonview (

Decent scale for the price


This slim scale is attractive looking, with a shiny chrome edging and a non-slip textured black surface. The large display is easy to read, even without my glasses. Unfortunately, it is inconsistent. While the numbers do't vary too much, if I step on...

Nov, 2013

Consumer review by: kingoftheink (

Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale #save your money


I have been using an analog scale for years and it has got the job done, but I decided I wanted to know my weight to the exact decimal. So I decided on getting a digital scale. I looked at a couple reviews and different prices and made my decision. I...

Jan, 2013

Consumer review by: AnnieJett (

works great


This scale works perfectly and has never not worked for us. we only had to set it once and the battery only had to be replaced once in two years. we accidentily dropped it once and it still worked after all we've put it through. the weight is usually...

Dec, 2012

Consumer review by: AllisonMarie (

quality scale


First this scale is accurate and measures to the tenth of a pound. i.e. 179.4 lbs. Second it reads the same weight every time you use it, accurate! Yes it does need to be "recalibrated" when you move it, but all that means is you have to step on it and...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: babaycakes2011 (

taylor scale guess what it's going to say?


This was not my favorite scale to say the least I would get on it and weigh one amount turn around and get back on it never even leaving the area and I would gain 3 pounds,I tried this a number of times and oneday on the way to the docors office I...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: elliebunny (

Taylor Scale is not good


The Taylor Electronic Lithium Scale #7009 is not a good product. First of all I usually don't weigh myself except when my doctor insists on it in the office. I don't like looking at those numbers! Anyway, my husband needed to lose some weight and we...

Feb, 2011