Disclaimer: I was provided a complimentary EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale. All opinions in this product review are my very own honest opinion of this product. This post may contain affiliate links.
Where To Buy the EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale:
Product Features (directly from Amazon’s site):
- [2014 VERSION] – Our newest addition to the EatSmart line. Utilizes Our Proprietary Auto-On Technology and Sensor Accuracy. Best in class customer service and support from a trusted vendor!
- Extra Large 4.5″ LCD display w/ Accubright blue backlight – Easy to read from any distance or angle! One of the biggest on the market!
- 4 High Precision EatSmart Sensors – Consistent and accurate measurement up to 400 lbs or 180 kgs every time; Graduation increments of .2 lbs. / 3oz.
- FREE EatSmart Body Tape Measure now included – Another great tool to monitor progress!
- Auto Calibrated; Auto Power-Off; Runs on 2 AAA batteries (included); 100% EatSmart Satisfaction Guarantee – Buy with Confidence!
The MSRP for this scale is $29.95. Fair price for a scale with the word “precision” in its name. 🙂
How I used it:
Before you do anything with this scale you must install the 2, AAA batteries in the back of it. Then it is easy breezy, simply place the scale on a flat hard surface (not carpeting or any other soft surface), push on it with your hand (do not stand on it yet) and wait for the LCD to light up and the letters “CAL” to display.
Once that’s done you are all set, your scale is ready for use. Step on the scale and view your weight. Step off, it will turn itself off. Can’t get any easier than that. No profile set ups, no additional bells and whistles – this is a basic scale.
This scale does what it says it does – calculates your body weight. I compared the results of this scale to the results from my other scales (yes I have like 3 now – don’t judge) and the results were the same. I did this multiple times throughout the week. I stepped on with bare feet to get the best reading. And what did I see staring back at me in huge numbers? MY WEIGHT. This scale is called MaxView for a reason – because the LCD screen is huge. So if you are blind as a bat, like me, then this scale may definitely be for you.
Recap of Pros/Cons:
- Easy to set up
- Comes with a measuring tape (nice little unexpected bonus)
- No complex set up
- No worries about setting up multiple profiles
- Easy to view LCD screen
- Skid proof
- Nice wide platform
- The scale has to be recalibrated if you pick it up and move it or if you have to replace the batteries. No where near a showstopper because to calibrate is very easy but could render inaccurate results if the person fails to do so and try to use it as normal.
Overall I give this scale a 10 out of 10 stars. It’s simple and easy to use, comes with a bonus measuring tape, is accurate and the price point is very affordable.
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7 Replies to "Product Review: EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale "
September 5, 2014 (4:13 pm)
I haven’t weighed myself in 3 years!!! And I don’t think I ever want to weigh myself again! 🙂 However, for those who do want to, this looks like a legit device!
September 5, 2014 (4:28 pm)
It’s legit. Very easy to use too.
Mary Beth Jackson
September 7, 2014 (7:40 am)
I do have a scale but do not step on it much. I focus more on how I feel and how my skirts fit- much better for me!
Giveaways 4 Mom
December 5, 2014 (9:26 pm)
For some reason I have a scale addiction. I will check this one out because I love the design. #ProductReviewParty
December 6, 2014 (10:09 am)
I admit, I don’t own a scale because I don’t want to get tied up in numbers. I usually measure my weight loss or gain by how my clothes feel and look on. #productreviewparty
December 8, 2014 (10:26 am)
My scale keeps dying on me so I’m in the market for a new scale. Great review! #productreviewparty
December 8, 2014 (10:58 am)