I received the free scale for joining the Scaledown program. It is a very nice scale and everytime you weigh yourself, it sends your weight to the company. Approx. 1 minute after you weigh yourself you will get a text message telling you how much you have lost or gained. Your weight also appears on the scale. In the text message it will also give you a helpful hint on how to lose more weight. At the end of the week, they send you an email charting your progress. You will be the only one that can use the scale. Knowing that I have to weigh in everyday and someone is keeping track of my weight (even though it might just be a computer) makes me watch what I eat. I hate getting the text that tells me I gained a couple pounds and I am thrilled when I get one telling me how much I lost. I feel it is another good tool to use in my weight loss journey.
I wouldn't consider it a 'free' scale. I have been using Contrave and decided to try the Scale Down program, the cost of which would initially be covered by Contrave. Signed up on a Sunday - free offer expired the following Sunday, scales were scheduled to arrive one day AFTER the free trial! I asked for an explanation - received no response - and I wasn't about to start paying $20/mo without a real opportunity to try the program.
I just started to use Contrave and the scale. I signed up through Contrave enrollment to get the Rx discount before filling. I had to fill the Rx before I could sign up for the free scale. It came in about 4 days. Not sure I can take the scale telling me about me ups & downs. I'll have to see.
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