*Closed* Review & Giveaway: EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale

I’m not one of those moms who lost their baby weight and kept it off. You may remember this summer I challenged myself to lose 10 pounds, but I only lost 8. You can check out the Fitness Friday videos I shared about eating vegetarian foods, getting therapy and squeezing in time to work out.

Back then I bought a super cheap bathroom scale from Target that just told me how much I weighed.

But it wasn’t able to account for any body fat I’d lost or muscle mass I’d gained.

Now I can track that and more after reviewing the EatSmart Get Fit Digital Body Fat Scale.

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Here are my 6 Favorite Things About the

EatSmart™ Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale:

1. The scale comes with 4 AAA batteries which is incredibly convenient since you may not have these size batteries around your house.
2. Easy set-up and instructions. Two minutes after I popped in the batteries, it was calibrated to pounds (instead of killograms) and I’d set up a personal profile to track my weight, body fat, total body water, muscle mass and bone mass.

3. The whole family can use it. My husband weighs himself at the gym. Our son only gets weighed at the pediatrician. Thanks to Eat Smart we can all set up a profile to track our weight gain/loss.

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4. Sleek design. I had a boring beige bathroom scale that only gave you digital pounds. The Eat Smart scale is like riding in a brand new shiny car. I think A.J. thought it was an iPad!

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5. Great customer service. I called the EatSmart customer service number in New Jersey just to give it a try. I didn’t say I was a journalist or blogger. I didn’t even identify myself. Well the guy who answered the phone was super helpful and friendly, helped me through the technical issue and wished me a happy holiday.

6. Thanks to EatSmart I know my body fat percentage is OK, not excessive. I’m kind of shocked by this because I was pretty upset with myself after I didn’t meet my 10 pound weight loss goal this summer. But my body fat percentage is 24.9% which according to a chart in the EatSmart Scale manual and other body fat charts I found online, is normal for a 39 year old woman. I’m pretty shocked and relieved!

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EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale Features

  1. Measuring Functions: %Body Fat, % Total Body Water, % Muscle Mass and Bone Mass
  2. Proprietary Automatic User Identification Technology; Stores personal data for up to 8 users
  3. EatSmart “Step-On” Technology – Get instant readings!
  4. Large 3.5″ Blue LCD display with backlight – Easy to read.
  5. 4 High Precision Sensors – Consistent and accurate measurement
  6. Measurement Modes: Pounds / Kilos
  7. Graduation Increments of .2 lbs. / .1kg
  8. Ultra thin, sleek design with high quality tempered glass platform
  9. Max Weight: 400 lbs / 180 kgs
  10. Auto Calibrated; Includes 4 AAA batteries

Enter to win your own EatSmart™ Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale (value: $54.95)

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary EatSmart scale to review. No other compensation was received.

All thoughts & opinions are my own.

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Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA.
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Comments

  1. My healthy living goal for 2013 is to stop drinking soda and start exercising a few times a week.

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  2. I love the EatSmart “Step-On” Technology feature! I like that it instantly reads with no tapping to turn on!

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  3. Katherine G
    Twitter: lalalamom
    says:

    My healthy goal is to get back down to at least a size 10
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  4. Katherine G
    Twitter: lalalamom
    says:

    Most appealing feature to me is everything that it measures the body fat, total body water, and the bone/muscle mass
    Katherine G recently posted..Age Does Matter

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  5. Elis B.
    Twitter: bfooduf
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    I like to get in shape

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  6. I need to reach my ideal weight this year.
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  7. I must reach my ideal weight.
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  8. The % of Body fat is most appealing to me.
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  9. Desiree
    Twitter: mommyreporter
    says:

    I’d love to win one of these!!! Digital scales are great, I have one already, not as fancy schmancy as this one!!!
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  10. Tiffany
    Twitter: thebizymommy
    says:

    I have a plain ol’ digital scale, no bells and whistles, and I have to tap it with my foot about 5 times before it comes on, lol. I’d love to win this one, especially since I’m smack in the middle of trying to lose weight and get healthier! It can be discouraging when your weight doesn’t change much after a lot of exercising and changes in diet, but with a scale like this, it would be much easier to see the progress being made!
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  11. debbie jackson says:

    I like it measures your bodyfat debbie jackson
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  12. debbie jackson says:
  13. My goals are to get back to my fighting weight, return to having green drinks in my routine, establish consistent healthy living habits.

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  14. My healthy living goal for 2013 is to eat more plant based foods.

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  15. I like that the scale measures body fat %, when you hit a plateau in weight loss this may show that you are getting fitter!

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  16. shannon
    Twitter: themommyfiles
    says:

    This scale looks awesome I love how it can determine the user that is a nice feature!
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  17. To maintain my weight after I lost ten pounds.

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  18. Besides losing weight, I want to try to get more sleep, I’m a night owl.. lol

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  19. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I need to stay away from all the sweets. I tend to grab something quick to fill me rather than eating healthy

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  20. My healthy living goal for 2013 is to eat more leafy green vegetables!
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  21. Dr. Lisa
    Twitter: DrLisaWP
    says:

    My healthy living goal for 2013 is to take better care of myself – that is, actually eating on schedule and making better choices overall. I have set a goal to drop the 20 lbs I picked up with MiniM by the end of March. I intend to take TWO vacations in 2013, and both will involve swimwear and tan lines. :)
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  22. Ohhh I have GOT to get one of these! I have just a normal digital scale, and I get frustrated when the weight doesnt change but the way my clothes fit DOES. This would probably show me some changes so I wouldnt get so discouraged. :)
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