I have an EatSmart digital kitchen scale that I absolutely LOVE so when I had the opportunity to review their bathroom scale I was excited. I knew it was going to be as accurate and awesome as my kitchen scale.
I am not a fan of weighing myself but it is one of those things you just have to do occasionally! Like most women, my weight fluctuates from week to week and month to month and that number on the scale can be intimidating! When I go to weigh myself I want it to be quick and accurate. No standing there dreading the result while the scale bounces from number to number trying to decide where to stop.
The EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale
is step on activated so you just step up and almost instantly you get your reading. Quick and painless lol. I tested the accuracy by weighing a few items I knew the weight of. I used my old scale and the new EatSmart scale. I weighed a 4lb bag of sugar, 5lb bag of flour, and a 1lb bag of rice. The MaxView was dead on every time while my old digital scale was an ounce or two off each time.
Here is my break down of pros and Cons
- Easy to read display – huge numbers that are backlit.
- Consistent readings – I stepped on it 5 times and got the same weight staring back at me. Goodbye, old scale with 5 different readings.
- Low profile to the ground. This makes it easy to store out of the way.
- Silent. There are no creaking noises like with non digital scales (that sound always made me feel like I was breaking the dang thing!)
- Reasonably priced. I have seen lesser scales sell for twice the price.
- Comes with 2 AA batteries. That’s all you need to do to set it up – just put the batteries in.
- I did not like the answer it gave me (not its fault I just thought I’d throw that in there!)
- Really I did not find anything I did not like. This may change if it falls apart in a few months but I don’t see that happening!
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