If you're looking for a new bathroom scale for your home, look no further. This Taylor bathroom scale has a super thin, silver profile with a black mat weighing platform. This bathroom scale's large, non slip platform, extra big weight display, and sleek black and silver design, make it a great addition to any home.
A lot of the bathroom scales ya see around have a teeny tiny weight display. Now, that's fine for most people, but not if ya have trouble seeing that tiny stuff. Salter designed this digital bathroom scale with a great big, LCD weight display with digits nearly two inches tall. This feature is great for users with not-so-great vision.
There's no need to worry about this bathroom scale causing ya to slip and fall. The platform on the 7340 B has a black, mat finish that helps prevent accidental slipping and sliding. So you can safely get your weight readings, even if your feet are a little damp.
You won't have to bother bending down to switch this bath scale on...just step on it. When you're ready to weigh, just step up on the scale, it'll turn on and you'll see your weight readings in no time. Pretty easy, huh?
Taylor provides a five year warranty on this digital bathroom scale. So, if ya have a problem with the 7340-B within the first five years ya own it, just send it to the Taylor warranty center. They'll fix it or replace it and send it right back to ya.
Q: I have a Taylor Lithium Bath scale model number which needs a new battery. ,
Where can I get a battery?
A: The Taylor 7340B requires a CR2032 battery. You can find this battery in the battery section of most places that sell batteries - grocery stores, drug stores, etc. You can also find them online if you prefer to order them that way.
Q: My husband has balance problems. He needs a scale with a wide, smooth surface. Is the surface of the scale flat, even? It doesn't look it in the picture.
A: Hey there Judy,The platform on this model is approximately 14" wide. Contrary to the photo, the surface is smooth and level. There is no bevel to at all. This is odd since the photo strongly suggests otherwise.Take care,Brandon
Q: What does it mean when it displays 0-LD? I just replaced the battery & it still doesn't work.
A: Hey there Ukienat,I took a quick look at the manual for the scale, and it looks like that error code means the scale is being overloaded. The information is located in section 5 of the "Trouble Shooting" area of the manual.Take care,Brandon