The contest is over. Please check the rafflecopter on the bottom of the post for the winner.
Our quest to be healthier has begun! Ok, it actually started last year, but we have had some minor setbacks along the way. Bryan, proud of his weight loss, tends to try to step on the scale daily. I don’t share the same enthusiasm for the scale that he does. I’d prefer never to have to weigh myself again. It doesn’t help that our scale has been around since we were married. The scale, oblivious to my good health, scares me with my weight sometimes. I’ve learned to check to make sure the scale is set on zero because the “scale fairies” change it to 5 lbs whenever it hasn’t been used for a day or two.
Bryan had been asking for a new scale so Father’s Day was the perfect time for him to receive a new Eat Smart Get Fit Digital Scale. What’s so great about this scale? It doesn’t just tell us our weight. Instead, we can learn our body fat, body water, body muscle and bone mass. Now I can prove when my weight gain is just water weight! It displays the reading instantly and offers an actual weight, providing the number and the ounces. (I’m not that thrilled with having my actual weight, right down to the ounces, displayed but Bryan thinks it’s great.) The numbers on the display are 3 1/2 inches tall and lit up in blue, making them easy to read. This can be a good or bad thing depending on the weight!
The scales uses 4 Triple A batteries, which are included, leaving me with no excuse to avoid weighing myself. I liked the sleek, contemporary surface and the ultra thin design. It takes up almost no room in my bathroom closet where I store it. Are appliances getting “smarter?” This scale stores data for up to eight users and automatically identifies them. Want to learn more about Eat Smart products? Check them out on twitter and facebook.
One person will receive an Eat Smart Precision Get Fit Digital Scale.