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Ozeri Rev 400 lbs (180 kg) Bathroom Scale with Electro-Mechanical Weight Dial and 50 gram Sensor Technology (0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg)

Item# 00813552000P | Model# ZB19-PAR | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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Ozeri Rev 400 lbs (180 kg) Bathroom Scale with Electro-Mechanical Weight Dial and 50 gram Sensor Technology (0.1 lbs / 0.05 kg)
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The Ozeri Rev Digital Bathroom Scale with Electro-Mechanical Weight Dial is the world's first weight scale to incorporate a synchronized electro-mechanical Dial and LCD that automatically illuminate and point to your weight in lbs and kg, for easy-to read results in all light conditions and from any angle. Boasting a visually arresting design, the Ozeri Rev scale features a huge 5.5 inch mechanical dial with an integrated digital blue-backlit LCD, accented by stylish chrome to create a distinctive retro look, and displays digital results with class-leading 50 gram Sensor Technology. This professional quality scale features an oversized platform made of impact-resistant tempered glass with slip-resistant feet for ideal stability, and a new built-in alarm that reminds you to measure your weight at the same time each day. The Ozeri Rev Digital Bathroom Scale uses 4 high precision GX sensors that weigh up to 400 lbs (180 kg) in as precise as 0.1 lbs or 0.05 kg increments. Whether your goals are weight loss or muscle gain, the Ozeri Rev features the latest generation of StepOn technology to display your precise body weight upon stepping onto the scale, with no tapping required. The Ozeri Rev Digital Bathroom Scale is auto-calibrated and automatically turns off to conserve battery life. It runs on 3 AAA batteries (included) and features a Low Battery Indicator. Your Satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed.

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