Why do I love our new EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale? Let me count the ways (including the price!).
When you weigh in at 40 lbs, checking in on your New Year's fitness goals doesn't really matter. For the rest of us though, having a scale you love can help keep you on track. I've been a fan of EatSmart digital bathroom scales since the first time I laid eyes on one of them. To this day, they are the ones I like best, and the only brand I have in my home.
This EatSmart bathroom scale runs on two AAA batteries, and it is a cinch to use.
To calibrate for first-time use, you simply put your batteries in and then step on it. Easy peasy auto-calibration? Yes, I do love it. In fact, there are many things I love about this scale. First and foremost let me give a big shout out to the extra large, lighted display. My eyesight has been diminishing for the last couple of years to the point where I have to wear my glasses most of the time. Who wants to put their glasses on to get on the scale though? Not me, because usually I weigh in early in the morning before a shower, or after a workout. I want it to be simple. I want to just be able to hop on my bathroom scale at will, and be able to see the numbers. With this scale that utilizes MaxView technology, I definitely can (and a big hurrah for it).
The second thing I most appreciate about this scale is that it is made of glass. I don't know why, but I don't like metal scales. I guess because they are big, clunky, hard to store, get rust on them, and aren't always accurate (plus, and again with the eyes, I can't see those little lines well that are typically on their display either).
The third thing to tout about this scale is it's pencil-thin. In the photo above, I've put a pencil next to it to show you how thick it is...and literally, it's about as thick as a pencil. Does that mean it's flimsy? Absolutely not! In fact, it's quite the opposite. This EatSmart Precision Bathroom Scale is made of heavy-duty glass and has a very high quality feel to it.
The weight limit is 400 lbs. For us, that meant the two kiddos could get on the scale together and see what they weighed, which incidentally did add to up to what they weighed individually so it is absolutely accurate, which is of course, the single most important thing you look for when purchasing a scale.
The next great thing to discuss about the EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale is the price! You can purchase this generously-sized 12" x 12" scale on Amazon for $29.95, plus free shipping if you have Amazon Prime. A tape measure with an ergonomically designed handle was included with the purchase, which I thought was a nice touch. It's not always about weight, it's sometimes about weight and inches. That can be true if your're trying to gain, or lose.
The last thing I'll mention, though surely I could continue, is that this scale turns on when you step on it, and turns off when a predetermined amount of time has passed. That means the battery is not going to run out quickly. I do love that auto-off feature.
Are you Ready to Buy?
Keep your New Year Resolutions regarding weight loss (or gain) going, or get started now (better to be late than to wait until next year!). This EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale can help. Or get one, just because...that's why I got mine. I needed one, and there's no other brand I'd rather have.