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Once the scale is set up, weighing will be a very simple task. All ya need to do is step on the medical scale, slide the larger weight to the approximate weight area, then do some fine tuning with the smaller weight. You'll want to keep manipulating the smaller weight until the hand and counter-hand, on the right side of the balance beams, line up.
This mechanical doctor scale has a tare knob on the bottom of the large sliding weight, and a fine tuning knob on the side of the beams, that lets you set the balance to zero before you weigh. This can come in handy for accurately measuring weight even with a weighing pad on the scale.
Seca equipped this hospital scale with rolling castors on the rear of the platform to help ya move it from place to place without taking it apart.
You won't have to ever worry about running out of battery power, or trying to find a wall outlet, with this beam scale. This scale's two beam design allows you to accurately weigh patients, in as small as 1/8 pound graduations, without a digital readout.
Wish the 700 came with a height rod? How about a weighing beam that reads in kilograms instead of pounds? Well folks, you're in luck. The Seca 700 comes in five different models to fit different needs. This scale is available with a height rod or hand post with weight beams that read in pounds, kilograms, or both! To see all of the Seca 700 models, click here
Seca offers a five year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. In the rare case ya have a problem with this scale, contact Seca for a repair or replacement.