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Introducing the EatSmart Precision Digital Kitchen Scale

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We are excited to introduce the brand new EatSmart Precision Digital Kitchen Scale. The thin profile and black, lightweight design fits perfectly in any kitchen. It has a small footprint, measuring 9.1″x 6.4″ and the scale itself weighs in at only 11.2 ounces.

With the touch of a button, you’ll get accurate measurements (grams, ounces or pounds) within seconds. The recessed platform allows you to effortlessly weigh items on the scale itself and the plastic design is easy to clean. You can also utilize its tare (zero) function, which eliminates the weight of a plate or bowl. The LCD screen provides easy viewing angles on any countertop. The scale weighs up to 11 pounds in increments of 0.1 ounce / 1 gram, perfect for calorie or carbohydrate counting.

Here’s the front of the box: eatsmart-precision-digital-kitchen-scale-esks-12-box2


Here’s the back of the box: eatsmart-precision-digital-kitchen-scale-esks-12-box


What’s in the box:

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Inside the box, you will find the kitchen scale, an instruction manual and customer satisfaction guarantee.


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The platform sits approximately 0.8″ off of the ground. For context of the scale’s size, here it is next to a nickel.


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The scale’s LCD display is 2.5”x .875″. For context of the display, here’s the LCD screen next to a nickel. The Precision Digital gives instant readings and will automatically turn off.


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The Precision Digital runs on 1 Lithium Metal battery, which is included with your purchase. You will need to use a Philips head screwdriver to open the battery compartment and remove the safety strip.


Measurement modes: eatsmart-precision-digital-kitchen-scale-collage-measurement-modes

You can easily switch between grams, ounces and pounds by pushing the button on the left side of the screen.


Tare Feature:

The tare feature resets the scale to zero and will automatically subtract the weight of a bowl from your measurement. This allows the user to view the exact weight of their portion without worrying about the math. Click here to learn more about the tare feature.

 


Recessed platform:

eatsmart-digital-kitchen-scale-weighing-nutsThis kitchen scale features a recessed platform to contain foods when weighing them directly on the platform. 
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In this example, you can use the scale to measure one serving size of almonds. In the nutrition facts on the container, simply locate how much is in one serving size (28 grams) and add 28 grams of nuts. It’s that simple!


Features include: eatsmart-digital-kitchen-food-scale

As with all EatSmart scales, the Precision Digital includes our 100% satisfaction guarantee and two-year warranty.

Click here to purchase the scale for only $9.99.

Do you have any questions about our new Precision Digital Kitchen Scale? Please tweet them to us @eatsmartscales. We’re here to help!

EatSmart Products Featured on The Rachael Ray Show

EATSMART_FEATURED_ON_rachael_ray_pinterestOn Monday, January 2, 2017, EatSmart Products was featured on The Rachael Ray Show. As part of the “17 Top Tips to Lose Weight in 2017!“, Rachael Ray and celebrity personal trainer, Bob Harper, highlighted the importance of weighing yourself and your food. The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale and the EatSmart Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale were included as essential weight management tools.

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With New Year’s resolutions in full swing, Harper told the audience, “If you’re trying to lose weight, I believe you should weigh yourself every day. You’re going to see how your body fluctuates.” Rachel recommended every other day as a more realistic option. Whichever you chose, be sure to weigh yourself at the same time each day in the same amount of clothing to get the most accurate reading.

The Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is a sleek, modern scale that weighs up to 11 pounds. It’s perfect for learning correct portion sizes, measuring ingredients, and planning snacks for the week. It can weigh in ounces, pounds, kilograms or grams. The tare feature keeps life simple by automatically eliminating the weight of a bowl, plate or previous ingredients. This scale also comes with a free EatSmart Calorie Factors Book to simplify counting calories.

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The Precision GetFit Body Fat Scale is a must have tool for anyone who serious about fitness and health. Unlike your everyday bathroom scale, the GetFit Body Fat Scale estimates body fat, muscle mass, total body water, and bone mass, in addition to your weight. This scale automatically recognizes users when they step on the scale and stores personal profiles for up to 8 users. The scale also has a touchscreen interface as well as a large, easy to read LCD display.

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EatSmart scales are great tools for anyone trying to lose weight. These products help you live a healthier lifestyle and provide feedback along the, letting you know how you are doing. Our kitchen scales teach you correct portion sizes and help you stay within your daily calorie allotment. Our bathroom scales keep you accountable to your weight loss goals as well as provide other important health metrics for a complete picture of your health.

As part of the weight loss segment on The Rachael Ray Show, EatSmart Products donated 150 kitchen scales and 150 digital bathroom scales to audience members.

How a Kitchen Scale Can Help You Lose Weight

How a Kitchen Scale Can Help You Lose Weight

A kitchen scale is a must-have tool for anyone serious about weight loss. When preparing meals, it is nearly impossible to eyeball a serving size, and most people overestimate portion sizes. Using a kitchen scale teaches you what an actual serving of food looks like. Additionally, a food scale will give you an accurate weight, so you can easily calculate the amount of calories on your plate. Keeping your meals and snacks in check will help you reach your health and fitness goals.

Calories and nutrients are usually based on weight

Measuring cups and spoons leave room for error. It’s easy to overload them, and food can vary in volume which makes measuring cups unreliable. The best way to get an accurate serving size is to measure your food on one of our digital kitchen scales, especially when eating calorie dense foods, such as cheese, pasta or avocado. This video shows portion sizes for cheese and steak from our blogger friend Girls Gone Sporty.

Photo credit The ABCD Diariesa

Photo credit The ABCD Diariesa

Serving sizes are difficult to guess

You may read that one bagel is 245 calories, but that’s based on a 98g serving size. Many stores and food chains have bagels that are much larger than 98g. In fact, you may be eating 400 calories before you even add a topping! Small, medium and large servings vary and, as a result, so do the calories. This is why measuring by weight is necessary. This is what a serving size of pretzels looks like using the Precision Elite Digital Kitchen Scale.

No more guessing portion sizes

It can be shocking to see what an actual serving of certain foods looks like. You may think you know the portion size of your favorite food, but it’s often an eye opener to measure a true portion by weight. Our Precision Elite Digital Kitchen Scale eliminates the guesswork when measuring out your foods. This video by our blogger friend Cassie Gant, demonstrates how use an EatSmart kitchen scale to count calories in a serving of halibut.

Unreliable estimated serving sizes on packaged food

Many packaged foods, such as cereals, snacks, and nuts, give the calories by weight and an estimated serving size. When you actually weigh a cup of cereal you may see that it’s closer to one and half servings, rather than one. This may not seem like a big deal for lower calorie foods, but throughout the day these additional calories make a big difference. Most packaged foods give their weight in ounces or grams, so all of our kitchen scales weigh in both units so you always have a precise measurement. Here’s a great video showing how to measure a serving size of carrots from our blogger friend Erica D House.

eatsmart-nutrition-scaleKeep track of key nutrients

Knowing that your portions are on point allows you to accurately keep track of your calorie and carb intake. It makes managing diabetes or sticking to a diet plan much easier. Our Digital Nutrition Scale – Professional Food and Nutrient Calculator calculates calories, carbs, fiber, sodium, fats and other nutrients so you don’t have to.

Dine out with confidence

After you get into a habit of weighing your foods, you will have a much better idea of what a standard portion looks like. This is helpful when you are dining out or are at a party and don’t have access to your Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. It will become easy to recognize when your dish of food is two portions, and you can take the additional serving home as a leftover. Just look how quickly this plate of Thanksgiving leftovers added up to 1 pound of food!EATSMARTKITCHEN SCALE - leftover-thanksgiving

Has an EatSmart kitchen scale helped you lose weight? Tweet us at @eatsmartscales.

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