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Medical Scales

Scales are designed to provide a convenient and accurate reading of the weight of a variety of objects from people to cooking ingredients. Equally useful in both medical and residential settings, Rehabmart offers a wide variety of scales with a range of designs including medical scales, wheelchair scales, laundry scales, kitchen scales, bathroom scales, low vision scales, and talking scales.

Doctor Scales
Doctor Scales
From $182.58
Chair Scales
Chair Scales
From $882.24
Bariatric Scales
Bariatric Scales
From $78.76
Infant Scales
Infant Scales
From $159.53
Floor Scales
Floor Scales
From $28.75
Kitchen Scales
Kitchen Scales
From $50.39
Wheelchair Scales
Wheelchair Scales
From $389.89
Laundry Scales
Laundry Scales
From $335.40
Talking Scales
Talking Scales
From $88.52
Low Vision Scales
Low Vision Scales
From $63.42

Designed to help improve the accuracy of our knowledge about the world, scales help accommodate needs from the urgent to the mundane with uses ranging from healthcare to domestic. Scales are available in many models, each designed for a specific function and typically to weigh a specific type of object.

In addition to task-based designs, many scales also integrate features that better meet the needs of specific groups, including scales with magnified readings to accommodate low vision as well as scales that read their measurements out loud for users who are blind or have difficulty viewing scale readings due to various mobility limitations.

How to Choose a Scale

Scales are the perfect solution for a wide variety of tasks, helping users make more accurate and informed decisions about measuring a patient’s medication, determining a person’s health, deciding the amount of flour or sugar to add to a recipe, and ensuring that laundry is appropriately cleaned.

Medical Scales
Medical scales are those designed specifically for weighing patients in a clinical setting. Typically these scales feature a more durable design, a greater degree of accuracy, and a wider weight capacity than residential floor scales in order to accommodate a broad range of patient needs and enable long-lasting use that stands up to the heavy demands of a high-traffic environment of the healthcare setting.

Wheelchair Scales
Wheelchair scales are typically medical-grade scales that accommodate the needs of wheelchair users, allowing them to access the scale’s surface without having to transfer out of their chair. Additionally, many of these scales feature a convenient tare function that allows the user to be weighed in their chair without the chair’s weight being figured into the final measurement.

Floor Scales
Floor scales are your typical bathroom scale, helping users to know their correct weight for a variety of tasks and needs. This measurement can be useful for all sorts of things from tracking weight gain or loss, knowing your correct medication dosage, and helping you gauge your body on a size chart.

Low Vision Scales
Low vision scales are designed with larger, magnified readouts to help users who have low vision easily and accurately view their scale measurements without eye strain. Low vision features can be added to nearly any scale type from medical to kitchen scales, helping users with low vision to engage in all the same measuring activities as typical-visioned users.

Talking Scales
Talking scales are designed to further accommodate users who are blind or have low vision by reading the measurement on the scale out loud in a variety of languages. In addition to users who have visual limitations, these scales are great for those who have mobility limitations that makes them unable to view the scale readout in the traditional manner. This can also be an ideal solution for bariatric users who cannot see the readout from a standing angle.

Kitchen Scales
Kitchen scales provide ultimate accuracy, helping users measure ingredients for cooking and food preparation tasks. More accurate than using traditional measuring cups and spoons, measuring ingredients by weight is the premier method of ensuring portioned foods are exactly the same size and that ingredients are added in the correct proportions.

Laundry Scales
Laundry scales are uniquely designed to measure linens and other laundry, helping to accommodate the needs of hospitals and other facilities that require laundering services on a regular basis. Weighing laundry ensures that the proper amount of detergent is used, that laundry is washed for long enough to remove soil, and that clean laundry is removed in exactly the same collection that it went in.

Category FAQs

Is it normal for weight to fluctuate from day to day?
Yes, slight changes of a few pounds are fairly normal from day to day or even between different times of the same day.

How do I know if my scale is accurate?
Re-zero out your scale and then test it again to ensure it reads accurately. If you still suspect that your scale might be inaccurate, you can weigh a familiar object that’s labeled with its weight. Something like a dumbbell or an unopened bag of flour or sugar works well for this.

Can I move a scale without resetting?
No, if you move your scale you must reset your scale back to zero.

Can I use a scale on a carpeted surface?
Yes, you can use a scale on carpeting, but it may affect the reading. A hard, smooth surface is ideal to ensure maximum accuracy.

What does Lo mean on a digital scale?
L0 indicates that a new battery is needed. Simply locate the battery compartment on your scale to see what kind of battery you need and then replace it with a fresh one.

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