Taylor 7410BL "Biggest Loser"
High Capacity Digital Bathroom Scale
Stainless steel platform with extra-large weight display.
550 pound capacity x 0.2 pound resolution
- Three AAA batteries
|Mode:Pounds||Capacity:550.0 lb||Resolution:0.2 lb|
|Mode:Kilograms||Capacity:250.0 kg||Resolution:0.1 kg|
|Mode:Stones : Pounds||Capacity:39 st : 4 lb||Resolution:0.2 lb|
Sleek Design, Sure To Complement Any Home If you're on the hunt for a great looking, high capacity bathroom scale for your home, look no further. The Taylor 7410 is an affordable scale with the looks and features of a high dollar instrument. The 7410 has a stainless steel weighing surface that is great looking and easy to clean. This bathroom scale's sleek platform is complemented with its bright blue, backlit weight display and huge digits. The result, a gorgeous bathroom scale that will be a great addition to any home.
Extra Large, Easy To Read Backlit Weight Display 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. Taylor designed this digital bathroom scale with a great big, blue backlit weight display with digits that are two inches tall. This feature is great for users with not-so-great vision.
Great Looking Stainless Steel Platform The Taylor 7410 has a stainless steel weighing surface that looks great and is easy to clean.
Step And Weigh Feature You won't have to bother bending down to switch this stainless steel bathroom scale on...just step on it. When you're ready to weigh, just step up on the Taylor 7410. it'll turn on and you'll see your weight readings in no time. Pretty easy, huh?
5 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY! Taylor provides a five year warranty on every scale they make. So, if ya have a problem with this scale 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.
I love this scale. It has large letters that are easy to read and has a back light so you can read it day or night. It also has a nice large base that is very stable. I difineately recommend it.Reviewed by: Ralph from Escondido, CA on (2/4/2015)
Love it easy to use easy to read not heavy excellent priceReviewed by: Gerry from Ny on (1/30/2015)
WE TRIED IT OUT AND WE LOVE IT. EASY TO READ EASY TO USE. LARGE PLATFORM IS PERFECT FOR OVERWEIGHTERS.Reviewed by: MIKE WILLIS from 514 EAST MAIN, HENRYETTA, OK. 74437 on (11/6/2014)
Weighs in Stones and Pounds how cool is that!Reviewed by: Sierra from St. Louis, MO on (5/18/2014)
This is a great scale and is pretty. We are so pleased with this purchase and glad we found Old Will Knotts.Reviewed by: Deb from Delaware on (4/18/2014)
pretty content with the scale... we're weighing in at close to 500 pounds and as still as we can get our subjects, it is very hard to get a 'locked" readying. Tends to flicker between 3-4 tenths. Still for the price... we're thrilledReviewed by: Teri from Eatontown on (3/22/2014)
Requiring a scale with a high capacity, I had bought this scale through another company for my home, and it has been great - easy to use, easy to read, and consistent. When my son visited his grandparents, I ordered the one through Old Will Knott Scales for him to use there, at just over HALF the price I paid elsewhere. Shipping was messed up due to problems with FedEx, but Old Will Knott Scales refunded the expedited shipping fee I had paid IN FULL! I will definitely order through here the next time I need a scale, and recommend it to my friends!Reviewed by: Chris Ricard from New Hampshire on (1/19/2014)
Questions and Answers
A: The scale does not need to be calibrated. It would require too large of a weight. Sometimes it needs to be reset. It may also need to go through an initialization process which requires standing on the scale ignoring the weight, allowing it to go off, and then stepping back on for the actual weight. This process is only required if the scale has been moved.Answered by: Jamie Szurgot (4/30/2014)
A: The Taylor 7410BL only briefly displays the weight once one steps off of the scale. It stays up for approximately 5-10 seconds or so.Answered by: Amber (9/23/2014)