Sunday, January 16, 2011

EatSmart Digital Bathroom Scale Review & Giveaway {Bubbles of Love}

As the New Year progresses, I imagine many of you are on a diet or considering one.  It seems that losing weight is one of the most popular New Year's resolutions that Americans make each year.  And it should be.  It is so important to get unwanted (and unneeded) weight off for the health of your body.  Extra weight increases the chances of diabetes.  It contributes to heart disease.  It makes life harder on your joints.  Losing weight must be done for yourself, but factor in the well-being of your family too.  They love you and don't even want to bear the thought of not having you around.

Eat Smart makes a very sleek and modern bathroom scale.  Their ESBS-04 Digital Bathroom Scale has a tempered glass top that is 12" x 13".  It also has a very cool blue digital display that's back lit.  The maximum capacity is 400 lbs and if you want to weigh yourself in Kilograms or Stones, you just flick the switch on the bottom of this light (less than 5 lbs) scale.  The Eat Smart Digital Bathroom Scale takes 4 AAA batteries, which were included (note: they are snugged inside the styrofoam, so make sure you don't throw them away.  There was a sticker denoting their placement, so you can find them easily.)

Aside from the design, one thing I truly loved about the Eat Smart Digital Bathroom Scales was that you stepped on and immediately had your weight displayed.  There is no stepping on, stepping off, and then stepping back on to get a reading.  In this day and age of wanting everything instantly, these scales deliver.  There are four precision sensors built into these scales for accuracy.

Want to see them?  This is a picture of me weighing myself on these scales....

Buy It:  EatSmart Digital Scales are available at They're under $30 and will look chic in your bathroom.  They'll also help you meet your weight loss goal by providing accurate weight measurements.

Win It:  You can win your own EatSmart scales featured in this blog post by entering the giveaway below.

Here's what you need to do to enter to win your own EatSmart digital scales.  Make sure you follow the rules and include your email in the mandatory entry comment or let me know if it is publicly available in your profile (and be sure it is!)  

Mandatory entry Visit EatSmart and let me know which of their other products piqued your interest.  Is it another set of bathroom scales or perhaps one of their fine kitchen scales?

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This contest will run through January 26, 2011 at 11:59 PM.  Winner will be drawn by and notified via email on January 27, 2011.  They will have 48 hours to respond to email or I will need to choose another winner.  You must be 18 and live in the U.S. to enter.

Disclosure: EatSmart provided me with a set of bathroom scales to facilitate this review.   The opinions stated herein are 100% my own.  This blog post is not a paid one.  This post does contain an Amazon Affiliate link that may benefit me should it be used to shop through.

Be sure to enter the giveaways of my fellow Blog Pop members by clicking on the linky below.  Lots of great prizes are up for grabs!  You can also enter to win EatSmart's Retro Kitchen Scale at Confessions of an Overworked Mom.

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