As we roll over into February today, I can’t be the only one having a hard time trying to keep my diet on track. When I was offered the EatSmart Precision 550 Digital Bathroom Scale, I jumped at the chance.
I will start by saying I have been working EatSmart for years now. They have sent me everything from bathroom scales to kitchen scales, and I have loved every single product they have sent, and I know when they send me one, if it has the EatSmart logo on it, I’m in for a treat.
The first thing I noticed about this scale when reading the box that stood out to me was the fact that this scale can hold up to 550lbs. When I was at the high point of my weight, I was at over 300 pounds, and it was hard for me to find a really good scale that went over 300 pounds that would not cost me an arm and a leg to purchase. So when I saw that EatSmart had this Precision 550 Digital Bathroom Scale, I was excited. After all, with the EatSmart logo, you know you’re getting quality products for a decent price.
Some of the other features I love about this scale:
~ Step on technology – never struggle with having to bend down to turn the scale on or step on and step off for it to register again!
~ Quick Response – as long as you stay still, you’re response can be ready clearly and quickly on the 4.2 inch LCDE display with a blue backlight
~ 4 high precision sensors which makes the scale more accurate and consistent when weighing
~ Energy Conserving turn off – powers cuts off within seconds of you getting off the scale – saving energy and money in the long run because less energy = less batteries you have to buy!
~ Runs on 3 AAA batteries – no plugs you have to deal with
~ Max Capacity of 550lbs or 250kg
If you like what you have read and would love to check out the EatSmart Precision 550 Digital Bathroom Scale or check out the other products they have, please head to the EatSmart website here.
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