Airlines are getting nastier these days when it comes to baggage weight. The Digital Luggage Scale lets you know how heavy your suitcase is up to 100 lbs. Simply clip it to your bag, lift it up, and after it beeps, set it back down and read the results. At a size 6 x 3½ x 1-inch and a weight of 8 oz., it uses 2 AA batteries (not included,) and has a price of $24.85. We are thinking that by the time you get to the airport, you will already know if the case is too heavy, but it might come in handy after purchasing all those tourist Tees. And remember to deduct its half pound weight, too.
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We have found yet another product to make us aware of how out of shape we are. Salter’s MiBody tells you, by way of a 2-inch LCD display, your weight. It then adds to the damage by letting you know body fat, BMR, BMI, muscle mass, amount of body water, and visceral fat. It can handle up to 440 lbs. of obesity, has auto-off, informs you when the battery is low, and presumes to get you back into shape with USB analysis. The MiBody is available for £59.99 (~$120.00.) At that price, you will have to cut back on those buckets of KFC to afford it.
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