I recently received a scale for review from EatSmart Products. I received the Digital Bathroom Scale and have been very happy with it.
- Large 3.5″ LCD display — easy to read
- 4 high precision sensors — consistent and accurate measurement
- Max weight of 400 lbs / 180 kgs
- Sturdy tempered glass top and large 12″ x 13″ platform
- Auto calibrated; auto power-off; 4 AAA batteries included
What I Liked Best about the Scale
- Scale doesn’t slip around on the floor.
- There is no tapping needed — you simply get on and your weight appears.
- The LCD display is backlit — no need to turn on that bathroom light in the morning! Plus our bathroom light has an annoying fan, so this is great for when we are trying to be quiet.
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My Scale Views
I know everyone has different opinions on using scales as a measure of weight loss, health, fitness, etc. I agree that there are many ways to measure success, but I still think the scale is useful. I used to have an unhealthy relationship with the scale back in high school, but I have learned to use the scale for it’s intended purpose — to weigh myself. The scale doesn’t have control of me anymore and I am so proud of myself for that.
Anyway, the most common way I use my scale is to estimate hydration needs after my long runs. I weigh myself before my long run on the weekend and note the weight. Then, when I get home + before jumping in the shower, I weigh myself again. For each pound lost I drink 2-3 cups of water. (I usually have about 1-1.5 cups of chocolate milk as well.) It’s as simple as that friends.
Do you use the scale? If so, what is the main way you use it for?