One Long Life Lithium Battery
If you're looking to buy a great looking digital bathroom scale for your home, look no further. The Taylor 7506 is an affordable scale with the looks of a high dollar instrument. The 7506's durable glass weighing platform is set on top of a sleek base, and is complemented with chrome accents. You will also notice the large, easy to read weight display resulting in a great looking, easy to care for digital bathroom scale.
The Taylor 7506 has a low power consumption, auto-off feature and lithium batteries for extra long life from a single set of batteries.
This Taylor scale has an extra sturdy, tempered glass platform for weighing up to 400 pounds. This platform looks great and is easy to clean.
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 years warranty on this bathroom scale. So, if ya ever have a problem with this scale, just send it in to the Taylor warranty center and they'll get you taken care of.
Q: How to change battery?
A: The Taylor 7506 takes CR2302 lithium batteries. You can find these batteries here, it is $2.04 for a 2 pack - http://www.oldwillknottscales.com/two-cr2032.html. You can also find these batteries at the grocery store, as well as anywhere that sells batteries.To change the battery you will need to turn the scale over and open the battery compartment. You will then remove the battery that is in there and put in the new battery that you bought. You will want to make sure that the plus (+) symbol is pointing upwards. After making sure that the new battery is in, you just need to replace the battery compartment cover and turn the scale back over.
Q: CAN YOU USE THESE SCALES IF YOU HAVE A PACEMAKER?
A: Hey there Hugh,This particular scale is perfectly safe for use with pace-makers. You wanna look out for scales that have features involving body mass, bone density, and things of that nature.Take care,Brandon
Q: Dimensions given are for the top. What are the outside dimensions of the feet? In other words, the underside of the scale, measuring from outside one foot to the outside of the other both L and W. Thanks.
A: Hey there Paul,So, the two feet nearest your toes while standing on the scale are further apart than the two nearest your heels. The feet nearest your toes are approximately 12.2 inches apart. The feet nearest your heels is approximately 10.4 inches apart, all width wise. The feet are approximately 9.1 inches apart from front to back, or length wise.Take care,Brandon
Q: how do i set my scale to reflect lbs rather than kilograms?
A: Hey there Ardath,If you flip the scale over so that the display is facing the floor, you should be able to make out a switch marked "lb" in one position and "kg" in the other. Simply slide the switch into the alternative position and you should be all set.Take care,Brandon
Q: Consumer Reports says there's a lifetime warranty on this scale, yet your site only says there's a 5 yr. manufacturer's warranty. Which is correct?
A: Hi there Jynnaveve,I've just contacted Taylor for some clarification. The Taylor 7506 has a 5 year manufacturers warranty. They changed the warranty length back in 2009 from lifetime to 5 year. They do, however, still honor the lifetime warranty for the older scales. This information is specifically for the Taylor 7506.Take care,Brandon