Sunday, July 28, 2013

EatSmart Precision Tracker Digital Bathroom Scale Review

Thank You to EatSmart Products for allowing me to review their product free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

Since our recent move, I have had a huge focus on losing weight. I have started walking a mile a day and drinking more water. This is a huge step for me since I hadn't drank a glass of water in a very long time, and don't think I have ever purposely walked a mile!

So now that my motivation is there, I wanted a scale dependable enough to track my progress. One of my favorite features of the scale is that it stores data for up to 8 people. I knew the minute I set it out that my husband would be on it and I didn't want it to interfere with my readings, so we just sat him up his own profile. The scale gives me my current weight and my last weight. Huge plus since I am bad about not writing things down. I always think "I'll remember that", but of course I never do!

The EatSmart Scale is super easy to set up. Simply set it on a hard, flat floor, calibrate according to the instructions and your ready for use. The calibration is a very importany step. If not properly calibrated it will give you a higher weight.


Features of the scale according to the EatSmart site:

Measuring Functions: Short Term and Long Term Weight Tracking Capabilities
Proprietary Automatic User Identification Technology; Stores personal data for up to 8 users
EatSmart "Step-On" Technology - Get instant readings!
Large, 3.5" LCD display with white backlight - Easy to read.
4 High Precision Sensors - Consistent and accurate measurement
Measurement Modes: Pounds / Kilos 
Graduation Increments of .2 lbs. / .1kg
Ultra thin, sleek design with high quality tempered glass platform
Max Weight: 400 lbs / 180 kgs
Auto Calibrated; Includes 4 AAA batteries

Overall I am extremely pleased with my scale and highly recommend one for each household.

Buy It!
You can purchase the EatSmart scale for only $44.95! that's a savings of $35!

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1 comment:

  1. I'd never heard of this scale. Thanks for the great info.


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