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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    dangle until u stabilize and scale stops bouncing. i bring mine down to chest height then hook straps then power on.
    Thanks I will give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    mine $40 hoist scale is spot on everytime. I weigh naked and same time every saturday morning. We do it twice. Have you checked calibration??
    Yeah, all checked, contacted maker and they don't know why. $500+ set of scales luckily I didn't pay for them.

  3. #23
    The Crane hanging scale does not have functionality to "calibrate" the scale against a known weight or to zero it out after determining your sling etc.

    There are three buttons, on/off, tare, and choice of unit.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by mrb View Post
    Yeah, all checked, contacted maker and they don't know why. $500+ set of scales luckily I didn't pay for them.
    wow 500 is crazy. maybe purchase one from amazon, the hanging scale. consistency is important when dieting, 3 different readings would drive me nutz,. when you check with say a 5 lb weight does it give different readings too??
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    Got my scale installed today.
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    Nice. I just connect to c clamp on scale.
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