EatSmart; Best Digital Scales



The Precision Digital Bathroom Scale by EatSmart continues to rank high among consumers.  A simple scale that displays an accurate reading every time.  This scale is so precise it will weigh as low as .2 pounds, that's 3.5 ounces.  When you're watching your weight every little bit of weight loss can be of great encouragement.  See my first review.




There are quite a few noteworthy features that set EatSmart digital bathroom scale apart from other digital scales.  Here's a few of my favorite features.

  1. 4 High Precision Sensors - Consistent and accurate measurement
  2. 3 Measurement Modes: Pounds / Kilos / Stones
  3. Graduation Increments of .2 lbs. / .1kg
  4. Max Weight: 400 lbs / 180 kgs

I have been using the EatSmart digital scale for quite sometime, however, I did take a break while I went on a 'seefood' diet;)  I prefer to be in an ignorant state when I go on these little lapses.  Of course this does not help the situation.   Now I'm back on track and I've started upping my exercise routine and I'm already seeing results.  It is important that I have a reliable scale so that I can track my results. I also feel that daily weigh-ins really motivate me to keep my caloric intake at bay.

I would strongly recommend this scale, however, if you are one of those people that desires to track more than just your weight, then you may want to consider the EatSmart Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale.




This digital scale will not only give you an accurate weight, but also your body fat, body water, body muscle and bone mass.  EatSmart also provides a chart detailing what your readings mean.  I was happy to discover that my body fat is optimal.   EatSmart advises weighing yourself first thing in the morning, but to weigh your body fat early evening before dinner for the most accurate reading.

I have priced other similar scales, but found EatSmart to be the most consistent and better priced.  I know I'm happy with both scales.


EatSmart offers fantastic customer service as well as a Satisfaction Guarantee on all their products.  Both scales mentioned come with a two year warranty.

Click here to find best price on EatSmart Digital Scales





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71 comments:

gibberish said...

I was amazed at their selection & discovered they have vegan footwear.

nikkilynn46 said...

would like to try Natural Crushed Mineral Matte Dusts by Emani

Helen Keeler said...

I like to use the Quick View EatSmart Precision Pro - Multifunction Digital Kitchen Scale w/ Extra Large LCD and 11 Lb. Capacity for my home made soap hobby. I follow on GFC as Helen Keeler. helenkeeler@comcast.net

tammy said...

get more exercise

Roxy said...

my fitness goal is balance and strength training.

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Anonymous said...

connie danielson says this scale would really help me to keep track of my weight. Thanks for this chance to win. I need to exercise more .

Selinda said...

My goal is to be more active in general!

Thanks,

selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

colleen boudreau said...

My goal for 2012 is to lose 15lbs.
holliister at gmail dot com

nicole said...

My scale is broken...I weighed in at my neighbors UGH!

Anonymous said...

My fitness goal is to eat healthier and exercise more.

cweller75@gmail.com

marybaker112 said...

I would like to lose the weight I gained the last few months!

marybaker112 said...

There is not a Google + button!

Tessa K said...

My fitness goal for 2012 is to stay more hydrated!

puye said...

I want to keep my weight in 2012
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Jemmy said...

I have the same goal every year...to lose weight.

Lady of the Ozarks said...

My fitness goal in 2011 is to be able to walk again without a wheelchair or scooter in Wal-Mart. I have a rare and serious illness that has left me very sick, but I still have the desire and drive to make it happen! I've already started some exercising. :-)

Unknown said...

Great giveaway! My mom was just telling me she needs a better scale :)

~ Annie E.

sksweeps said...

I'm trying to eat better so that I will lose a bit of weight, then it will be much easier to get moving!

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ericka coello said...

actually, the fitness goals are from my husband. He wants to get rid of some extra pounds to be and feel healthy

Anonymous said...

I like to weigh in on this

eclairre said...

gain muscle.

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

my goal is to live an overall healthier life

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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Cassy said...

I want to lose my last 10 lbs in 2012.

emeraldmaz said...

I'd like to lose some more body fat, and gain stamina.

Mare/TommyGirl said...

I actually want to walk/run my first 5k late spring/early summer, so I need to get moving.

mrsdreajulian said...

I plan on walking at the track more!

n8sense said...

I would like to lose 50 pounds and I'd like to lose fat not muscle. I plan to work out 4 days a week and eat 1200 calories a day.

Kathryn Costa said...

Definitely have some goals set for 2012. I lost 60 pounds the first part of last year and have put back on about 10-15 over the summer and through the fall. Need to get that back off of me and loose an additional 5 or so for about 20 total. Planning to hit it hard after the first so this scale would be a huge help in this goal. Thanks for the chance!

Centsable Lady said...

I would love to lose 50 Lbs.
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Fracturedsphinx said...

My 2 goals for this year are improving my balance and losing 100 lbs. This scale would definitely help with the weight loss.
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Andi said...

My goal is to get a regular exercise routine and lose 40 pounds.

Aletha said...

I would like to lose 20 lbs aletha.scott1@gmail.com

MrsKucz said...

I would like to get back to my pre-pregnancy figure

aisling said...

My goal is to make more time for exercise and build up some muscle. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

Linda said...

My goal is to keep exercising through this new year.
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Jeanne said...

The digital nutrition scale. Jeanne - jeannebates_t@yahoo.com

Jeanne said...

Try to lose some weigh and get fit. :)

clynsg said...

No real goals, except to continue to keep my weight down.

cgclynsg0 @ gmail dot com

Deal Dishin' Momma said...

No new goals per se, just going to try to be more active in general.

Crystal mexico
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Alicia said...

start running this year

rj7777 said...

I need to become more active this year and follow through with yoga stretches etc. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com
Also to put my dog on the treadmill twice a day.

rj7777 said...

I didn't see the + 1 google button but I shared book marked on google. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com

marybaker112 said...

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Terra said...

My fitness goals for 2012 are to become a vegan, finish P90X2, and become a personal trainer!

Jody Sisson said...

My goal is to excerise more and eat healthier.
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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

GFC follow
Valerie Taylor Mabrey
vmkids3 at msn dot com

Scales are digital and very accurate! Thanks!

cindy said...

Actually my husband and I have a goal to lose weight in 2012 not sure how much yet, just know we have quit a ways to go...

green_eyed_princesss at msn dot com

Tamra said...

I plan on eating better, eating out less.

Unknown said...

My goal is to maintain the weight im at just get more definition lose fat gain Muscle

Anonymous said...

I have lost 60lbs last year now going for that last 10. I liked the eatsmart nutrition scale
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Kathy said...

I plan to lose weight.

heather smith said...

no fitness goals but i want to quit smoking

scat413 said...

I could use a smart scale..Great start to the new year....
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scat413 said...

A perfect start to the new year, a smart scale. I need all the help I can get. thanks!!
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Julie Jones said...

I want to get skinny this year. I need to revamp my mind before I can revamp my body. Thanks for this giveaway.

russrpm said...

My goal this year is to lose these last 20 lbs, and keep them off. (63 down so far)
russrpm@gmail.com

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I am starting a walking program.

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Tylerpants said...

My fitness goals for 2012 is to tone up & walk more. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

Clair said...

I want to start losing weight...I made it through the holidays by not gaining the 10 back that I had already lost in December lol

kathy pease said...

id love to lose about 15 lbs by spring

linda9861 said...

My goal is to move more and exercise. I am so dependent on technology that I have found the only thing I use on a regular basis is phalanges!

brich2222 said...

my fitness goals is to gain a little muscle mass

brich22 at earthlink dot net

daveshir2005 said...

I want to lose 80 pounds but of course starting out slowly.

daveshir2005@yahoo.com

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dlhaley said...

My goal is to eat healthier and to exercise more.

barb hunt said...

Thanks for the great contest!
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Debby said...

I definetly need to get healthy ... eat healthier and lose weight. This would help!

Thanks,
VaDebby@cox.net

angela dupree said...

My plans are to take off a few pounds though-out the year.

cassandra said...

I would like to work on running long distances!
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wallindeb said...

My first goal is to start a walking program of at least 30 minutes a day. I have done that both yesterday and today. The second is to try to avoid sugar. Not been too stellar on that one, but the good news is that the Christmas sweets are now all gone and it should be easier.
wallindeb@yahoo.com

madpay said...

does it have an anti-gravity feature?

ashlin said...

ashlinduffy4@gmail.com

really hope i win need for new house

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