No place to keep your bathroom scale? Think again! ScaleKeeper™ is the newest, most convenient way to store and use your bathroom scale.
Introducing Scalekeeper™ by ScaleDoctors™
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What makes ScaleKeeper™ the best bathroom scale storage?
Why trip over your scale when it can easily be mounted out of the way?
From stored to use in seconds! Complete control of even heavy glass scales with just the fingertips of one hand.
With the back of a door as an option, you'll go from not having a place for your scale to having too many choices.
With your scale tight to the wall and out of the way, you won't even know it's there. Except, when you want to use it.
Can mount above a 6" baseboard.
If you can install a towel bar you can install ScaleKeeper. If you can't, watch our installation video. Yes you can!
All hardware included to attach to any surface your bathroom may have.
Attaches to your scale (bathroom scale not included).
No. Anytime you move a scale, you must re-zero it. This includes lowering your scale from stored to use position with ScaleKeeper. When your scale is re-zeroed, the added weight of ScaleKeeper will be zeroed out too.
Yes! Digital scales need to be zeroed every time they've been moved, even if it's just from the stored up position to the down use position.
We have not tested it with scales that have BMI sensors. We're not convinced that the BMI readings are accurate. That being said, as long as the attachment bracket can be attached to the scale without touching the sensor, it should work just fine.
Step on your scale and apply a little
pressure to wake it up. Take your foot off and wait until its display shows zero. Your owners manual will have the correct zeroing method for your scale if it differs from above.
We've observed this on most scales we've tested. Scale manufacturers know customers want to get repeatable results when they step back on the scale to see if it's consistent so they "help" the scale be more consistent by giving the previous result.
If you suspect your scale is doing this, hold something that weighs a few pounds and weigh yourself with it. Then weigh yourself again and you should get a new, more accurate result.