The Weight Recorder Draws Out the Pounds

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: • References: notcot.org & fastcodesign
The Weight Recorder scale displays one’s weight using pictures rather than numbers.

It looks like a fragile device, but rest assured The Weight Recorder does the trick. Where normally a glass screen would be for users to see a numerical representation of their weight, a pencil has been fastened to draw out changes in weight for a more in-depth analysis of change over time. One can monitor how exactly their weight has progressed. This can be useful for parents who wish to understand the effects of healthy diets on their children or perhaps the entire family as well. This picto-scale style of weight-watching is a solid attempt at giving families the tools to find trends in weight patterns without having to consult a doctor’s records. Stats for Pictographic Weighing Machines Trending: Older & Average
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