EatSmart Precision Digital Bathroom Scale w/ Extra Large Lighted Display, 400 lb. Capacity and "Step-On" Technology [2013 VERSION] - 10,000+ Reviews EatSmart Guaranteed Accurate
NEW FEATURES (2013 VERSION) EatSmart "Step-On" technology allows you to simply step on the scale and get your weights. No more tapping to activate the scale! Increased capacity to 400 pounds with the same precision and repeatability that makes our products great!
Overview: The EatSmart Bathroom Scale is the ideal way to track your weight loss quickly and easily. Simply step on, and in seconds you'll have an accurate readout to the nearest .2 lbs on the EatSmart's oversized 3.5" Accubright LCD display. With EatSmart's proprietary new "step-on" technology there is no more tapping to turn the scale on!!! The LCD display also contains a cool-blue backlight, allowing for easy viewing even in the most low light areas of the bathroom or home.
Industry Leading Design and Accuracy:The EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale is also not only easy to use but also extremely accurate, engineered to the highest precision standards. The four high-gauge EatSmart Precision sensors ensure that you will get an accurate measurement every time down to the nearest .2 lbs / .1 kg ( just read our reviews! ). Additionally the slim, tempered glass design fits perfectly into any surroundings and large non-slip platform safely allows weights to 400 lbs.
What's Included: Along with your EatSmart digital scale you also receive our easy to read instruction guide and 4 AAA batteries. Everything you need to weigh yourself right away! Along with your scale you will also receive a FREE EatSmart Body Tape Measure. Measure any body part - waist' biceps' thigh' calf' chest' and more quickly and easily to track progress!
EatSmart Guarantee 100% EatSmart Guaranteed Product Satisfaction. Customer satisfaction is our highest priority and we take our position as a trusted industry leader very seriously. Contact us via phone or email anytime for support with our products.
[2013 VERSION] - Updated EatSmart Auto-On Technology and Sensor Accuracy. Best selling scale on Amazon 5 years running. Best in class customer service and support from a trusted vendor!
Large 3.5" LCD display w/ Accubright blue backlight - Easy to read from any distance or angle!
4 High Precision EatSmart Sensors - Consistent and accurate measurement up to 400 lbs or 180 kgs every time; Graduation increments of .2 lbs. / 3oz. Sturdy 8mm thick tempered glass top and large 12" x 13" platform
FREE EatSmart Body Tape Measure now included - Another great tool to monitor progress!
Auto Calibrated; Auto Power-Off; Runs on 4 AAA batteries (included); 100% EatSmart Satisfaction Guarantee.
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3270 of 3338 found the following review helpful:
I am IMPRESSED......Jan 23, 2009
By Marc D. Ganz
I changed my review from a 1 to a 5...here's why I am impressed. First, I had a Tanita scale; it told me my weight, body fat, water weight, bone weight, if my toe nails needed to be cut, etc. However, I could not read the display and as executive/non-athlete I did not need all this information. When that scale died, I went looking for a good solid simple scale. I liked the way this scale looked and the reviews on Amazon were good. Plus, the price was great. I got it right away, and it was great. Looked good, easy to read, and I liked the 0.2 denominations. However, unfortunately it stopped working after two weeks. I went to return it on Amazon and posted a disappointing review. Then the most amazing thing happened...this really happened...about an hour after I posted my review, I was contacted by the company. They read my review and apologized that my unit was not operating the way that it was supposed, discussed their high quality control and that this should not have happened, and then they sent me a replacement right away. THAT IS CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! They are family run operation that prides themselves on customer service and providing people with a quality product. THEY STAND BEHIND THEIR PRODUCTS! There are so few of these good companies left. I was very impressed. I am a very happy customer again and will buy other products from this company!! I hope you will to
UPDATE - It is April 2012 and the replacement scale they sent is still working perfectly. Also, I saw someone comment about how did they contact me; they emailed me through Amazon. They did not have any personal information they were simply able to reply to my comment. Still a very happy customer.
923 of 963 found the following review helpful:
Very accurate, but hard to turn onJul 28, 2009
By Elizabeth The scale is very accurate. I stepped on and off multiple times, and always got the same number. Then I put on a light jacket, stepped on again, and it was up .6 pounds. Perfect! However, it is somewhat tricky turning the scale on. They say you're supposed to "tap" it with your foot to activate it, but nothing happens when I tap. The only thing that seems to work for me is if I slide my foot underneath the scale and lift it up slightly. This seems to turn it on, but it's a somewhat awkward maneuver. So I take off two stars for the difficulty in turning it on.
UPDATE (3/25/2010) since writing my previous review, EatSmart has updated their product and gotten rid of the need to tap on. They sent me a new version, and it really does work much better. It seems just as accurate, though there is a .2 pound difference between the old scale and the new (which really isn't too bad). You step on the scale, and it just works. Much better!!
95 of 96 found the following review helpful:
easy to read scale with high weight capacityDec 05, 2013
By Javier I love this scale. It is extremely accurate, has a high weight capacity of 400 pounds (yes, I am big), and a very easy to read display. It really helps motivate me in my weight loss efforts and I love stepping on this scale every morning to see how much weight I have lost! I recently found a great all natural fat burner on Amazon that combines all of the Dr. Oz super fruits called SlenderFruit 7 -- it has really helped boost my metabolism, lose weight and works amazingly well, my body fat percentage has dropped drastically! I would suggest to monitor your weight loss efforts with this scale along with a natural fat burner like SlenderFruit SlenderFruit-7 - Weight Loss & Appetite Suppression diet pills with Garcinia, Raspberry Ketones, Green Coffee, Green Tea, Acai Berry, African Mango, & Lychee. Money Back Guarantee!
848 of 994 found the following review helpful:
Can't use it if it won't turn on. Doesn't do its job.Nov 11, 2009
By A discerning consumer The instructions that come with this scale are: 1)tap here, 2)wait until you see zero, 3) stand on scale.
The trouble comes at step 1. You can "tap here" all day long and the scale will not turn itself on. The way to actually turn it on is to pick it up, reach underneath, and wiggle one or more of its feet. It's hard to imagine a more fundamental failure of design. Even the crappiest scales on the market can be used without bending over and picking them up.
I thought I couldn't possibly go wrong after I saw so many glowing reviews. Turns out I should have read the 1-star and 2-star reviews better. Other people have had this exact problem. The minority was SO RIGHT.
I've only had this scale for an hour, but I'm sending it back TODAY.
It is now several weeks later. I received several emails and even a phone call from the company's customer service rep. He wanted to explain a technique for tapping on the scale, and offered to send a replacement unit if that still didn't work. That's really excellent service, right? How many companies would even care?
Ultimately, though, trying to correct a product this bad with service that good is just putting makeup on a pig. Look at the guy who left a video review. He practically slams the thing with his heel. Is that a good idea on a piece of GLASS? Should the product be so hard to turn on that you have to have a video to explain how to do it?
It didn't take many exchanges until it became apparent what this customer service rep's real agenda was. He asked me straight out, repeatedly, to change my review because "we're a small company, and negative reviews can hurt us."
I have also looked more carefully since then at why there are so many positive reviews, and I am suspicous. When I first posted this review, it was marked "not helpful" by one person within hours. Who would have done that? I started looking at the other reviews.
It looks like a very few people are VERY interested in leaving positive reviews about this product and the same people like to leave comments on the negative reviews that suggest calling the company. One commenter criticizes a reviewer with the comment: "how about calling the company instead of being negative?" The person who wrote that has only ever reviewed three products on amazon -- all three are scales sold by EatSmart.
Who cares so much about a bathroom scale that they would hover over the reviews day after day? Who would be so concerned about whether customers call the company or not?
This company is clearly manipulating their rating by directly asking for better reviews, and it's possible they are doing more than that.
53 of 58 found the following review helpful:
OK, but with caveatsNov 01, 2011
By Will This is an OK scale which would get 5 stars if it wasn't for it being billed as being "high-precision (to 0.2 lb)." It isn't really more precise than probably 0.5 lb at best, and it has a mechanism to cheat and make it look more precise than it really is. The scale remembers the last reading, and if the current reading is close enough (within about 0.5 lb), it snaps to the old reading. The result of this is that if you weigh yourself n times in a row, you'll get the exact same reading, down to the decimals. This impresses people into thinking the scale is very precise (the definition of "precision" is repeatable readings for the same object, whereas "accuracy" means that the readings, on average, are close to the true value). Anyway, if you pull the battery out of the scale in between readings, or if you reset the scale's memory by weighing yourself while holding a 2 lb object in between weighings, you'll see that the readings fluctuate around 0.4 lb or more. This is not a deal breaker for many people, but you may want to just know about it.
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