EatSmart manufactures scales for personal use at home , bathroom and kitchen styles. I have also own the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen scale and I love it. You can read more about the scale here EatSmart Kitchen Scale Review.
This time I was able to review the Precision Digital Bathroom Scale and was equally impressed. The scale is very easy to use and provides an instant accurate reading. There is no need to tap this scale on before using it. The scale is made from tempered glass and will withstand up to 400lbs. The weight is displayed on a 3.5″ screen with a bright blue backlight and very large numbers. The scale is automatically calibrated and has 4 precision sensors so you are sure to get an accurate reading every time.
I have been blogging for Nutrisystem and so I weigh myself at least once a week. Usually I give in and do it every few days because I am anxious to see what it reads. I was getting disappointed because my cheap, old scale never returned an accurate reading. I could not understand how I was down 3 lbs then up 3 lbs within 2 days. I knew it was not my eating habits because I was doing awesome. I was SO relieved when I stepped on the EatSmart Precision Scale and saw that my weight was far less than the other scale had been reading. I had a physical at the doctors within a few days so I was able to confirm my weight. Yay!
The scale also came with a measuring tape that is pretty cool. The style of the tape makes it very easy to use. There is a handle and spot on the top where you can clip the tape into so it holds in place while you push the retract button to tighten it down for your measurement. I am so glad they thought to add this because it is not all about weight when you are eating healthy and getting fit. Some people will get discouraged because their not seeing the weight loss, but what they do not realize is that they are gaining muscle and losing inches. Muscle weighs more than fat and when you work out it can appear you are not losing weight, but your body is really changing.
Hubby testing the scale for me
The EatSmart Precision Digital Bathroom scale retails for around $28 and is well worth every penny. I paid $20 for the cheap one that stopped working correctly after a year. Until I received the EatSmart scale I was actually not aware of what to look for when shopping for a scale. The sensors in this one are amazing.
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