Baby Weighing Scales
Inscale's selection of digital baby scales for safely weighing newborn babies and toddlers.
We sell Adam Equipment's MTB baby and toddler scale range, providing a premium-quality digital weighing scale that includes a hold feature to retain the weight on an easy to read LCD display, even after the baby has been removed. The MTB is simple to operate and allows quick startup and use with little or no training. An in-built memory feature can recall the last weight taken, allowing the user to focus on the child.
Adam's baby scales are perfect for monitoring the weight of babies in paediatricians clinics, parent and baby groups, as well as in the home.
Please contact us for more information on baby weighing scales.
Please note that the Adam MXB digital weighing scale range is no longer available.
- Max Capacity Range
- 20kg to 20kg
- Readability Range
- 5g to 5g
The MTB20 baby scale from Adam Equipment is a versatile baby / toddler weighing scale offering an easy to read LCD display with a hold feature to capture a baby's weight.
Comfortable, smooth cradle design for safely weighing newborn babies. Perfect for paediatricians and general baby care in the home.
Baby Scales Help
Q: Why Should You Use Scales to Weigh Your Baby?
A:When a baby is born, it is very important for you to get them weighed on a regular basis to ensure that they are developing properly.
Weight gain during the first few months of a baby’s life is an important measure of how well (or how badly) a newborn is doing. A baby scale can be an important measure of how the baby is digesting their nutrients and how well those nutrients are working in contributing to the baby’s growth and development. It is therefore vitally important to keep track of a baby’s weight as it is usually the first sign if a baby is unwell or not getting all the nutrients and feeding that they require ensuring that they have a healthy and sustained growth.
Q: Do I need a trade approved baby scale?
A: It is vital to monitor the weight of a baby throughout the early stages in order to measure how well the baby is doing in terms of health, and, as an indicator of whether anything may be wrong in terms of the baby's overall development.
Baby scales for professional use currently use Class III approvals as outlined by the Medical Product Law (Medical Devices Directive) as a legal requirement. Trade approved scales are put through a series of legal tests in order to ensure they are fit for purpose, whereas non-trade approved scales lack the valid legal certificate to validate the scale as fit for specific use in the hospital environment.
Non-approved baby scales are perfectly acceptable for the general, everyday monitoring of a baby's weight.