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Updated on Sunday, January 12

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QUESTION: Does anyone know if the scale in CIF is accurate? I'm an average weight female, but to me it seems like the scale there and the scale I use when I am back at home gives me significantly different results (also it's not due to changes in my routines). Does anyone experience this also, or is it possible that my other scale is off? Thanks in advance.

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  1. Someone is in denial

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  2. OP try adding a few weights to the scale, if it matches it will be accurate

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    1. I'm not the OP, but this is a good suggestion and I'd like to thank you for pointing it out!

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    2. found my 55's were actually 54's, wtf

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  3. Either way, you're fat.

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    1. although this is rude, I have to admit I laughed out loud, and hope I didn't wake up my housemates

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  4. In all honesty, I find that the CIF scale adds 5lbs compared to what I weigh at the PAC

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  5. I don`t think those scales get calibrated very often. I asked at the PAC once when the scale was last calibrated and the guy there said it had been at least over a year.

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  6. I would say it's fairly accurate..Weighed myself on friend's scale and it was <1lb difference

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  7. quite accurate... within +/- 1-2 pounds, measured myself on various scales

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  8. you are the heavier of the two

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  9. Try standing on one foot instead.

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    1. But then they would just be half their weight

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    2. ^That's not how it works

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  10. OP here:

    Thank you guys for the comments.
    As for the fat comment # 3, I don't know what world 5'6 134 lbs is considered "fat" (and that is the heavier weight # 8)

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