You weigh less at the equator
An object at the equator weighs a mere 0.5 percent less than at the poles. Because of the way it spins, the ‘waistline’ of the earth flies outwards creating the equivalent of we call a ‘spare tyre’ (the midriff layer of fat around larger people’s bellies). If you are standing at the equator you are on standing on this bulge and so you are further away from the overall mass of the Earth.
But don’t go packing your bags just yet. It would only be a very small difference: A man weighing 200lbs at the North Pole would still weigh 199lbs in Ecuador.