The Precision Tracker from Eat Smart is a wonderful digital bathroom scale to have in the house. With many appealing features such as a 12" x 4" by 12" x 4" glass surface, large digital numbers, previous reading memory (it tells you how many lbs. up or down you have gained/lost since your last weigh-in), and backlit panel at night make it perfect for owning or gifting.
I love all of those things, and the fact that it's run on traditional batteries. I have another scale that is run on a button battery, and while I love the scale, it's far more convenient for me to purchase traditional batteries in the store, that you can find virtually anywhere, versus the type you have to deliberately search for, and still might not find (the buttons). I also appreciate that there is an automatic on-off feature so the scale won't keep running once you step off of it. Preserving those batteries works for me.
I think it's marvelous that it absolutely matches any decor because it's chameleon-like clear glass instantly adapts it to any color scheme.
Here is my oldest son stepping on the scale. I should post the picture of the face he made after he stepped on it. He's one of those kids (well, he'll be 31 in a few days, so he's not really a 'kid') who body builds and he has for many years. His weight goes up and down accordingly, or in other words, when he doesn't work out for a bit (which doesn't happen all that often, but he did just get back from a trip out of state), he gains weight and when he starts back up, it falls off very quickly (lucky him!). This type of scale would be great for my daughter too, because tracking her weight is very important right now (last trimester). She hasn't gained all that much, far less time than her mother (ahem) did when she was expecting. She's young too, so I suspect she'll be fit as a fiddle in no time at all after she delivers. Still, it's nice to be able to monitor your weight at will.