If you’ve been following along so far, you know that Woof Woof Papa and I are on a weight loss journey, thanks to the Nutrisytem Program. You can catch up on our updates and check on our progress by following me on Twitter and watching for the hashtag #NSNation, or by clicking Nutrisystem from the menu bar at the top of my blog!
To keep on top of our weight and measure our progress, we’ve been using a fantastic new bathroom scale from EatSmart. I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never had a healthy relationship with a bathroom scale. The last few I tried using drove me so crazy that I either returned them or threw them out. It’s bad enough to have to deal with weight issues without the extra stress of an inaccurate scale that says a different weight every time I stepped on it – even just 5 minutes later! I know that you are only supposed to weigh yourself once a week but be honest…who does that!?!
Anyway, the Precision Plus Digital Bathroom Scale is the scale we’re using now and I love how modern and sleek it looks! It’s also really simple to keep clean since it’s got a nice, shiny top that wipes down easily. It’s also very easy to use. Just step on and weigh in. No tapping on it or waiting for it to auto-calibrate like some other scales we’ve tried.
It’s got an easy to read LED display with big numbers. Not that I really like seeing my weight right now, but at least there’s no squinting or bending to see if it says what I think it says! You can also switch it from pounds to kilos if you want. Try it…you’ll be happy with how thin you feel when you see your weight in kilograms!!!
The scale operates on 2 AAA batteries and shuts off automatically to save power. It comes with a 2 year warranty and has a 440 pound capacity.
For more info and other great EatSmart products be sure to connect with them here:
- Find EatSmart on Facebook
- Twitter: @EatSmartScales
- EatSmart on Pinterest or Google+
- Read the EatSmart Blog
I received the EatSmart Scale mentioned in this post so that I could use it and give you my honest feedback. I was not compensated nor told what to say, and all opinions are 100% my own.