What is the opinion of Reddit about the
EatSmart Precision Premium Digital Bathroom Scale with 3.5″ LCD and “Step-On” Technology?

A total of 14 reviews of this product on Reddit.

12 points

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20th Feb 2019

I know y’all were on the edge of your seats for this information and I apologize for the delay.

BREAKING NEWS

I decided to do PPL bro splits during my cut (the other 2-3 days are MMA practice) instead of UL bro split. My work capacity is pretty low it feels like but I think it’s because of my meal times.

EDIT: Also, how does this scale look

I’d also like to welcome our newest member of the 2p8 Benchpress Club: /u/stephenfish. Happy for you babe.

2 points

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22nd Sep 2015

I bought this scale 4 years ago.

You may need to calibrate your scale every morning. Step on it briefly enough so that it turns on and registers a weight, but jump off and let it go to zero, then let it turn off at zero. Step on it again after that. If I do that, I get the same readings. Every once in a while I grab something that weights like 20-30 lbs and hold it in my hands and jump on the scale to make sure it’s not just “remembering” and averaging as some scales do, so I hear. The everyday calibration process seems to be important.

1 point

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19th Apr 2016

When I was browsing scales I was just looking for the most accurate and came across this website: http://www.myweighin.net/find-accurate-scales/
I ended up buying this one: www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Premium-Bathroom-Technology/dp/B002MK6QKO?tag=weighinnet-20
I’ve been very happy with it. I weigh myself every Monday morning naked after I poop. I weigh myself, step off and wait for the 0s then step back on. It will normally be a 1 lb difference but I found the second weight has always been almost the exact same as what my doctors scale says.

1 point

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30th Jun 2013

This scale is really good. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002MK6QKO You have to step on it and then step off and let it power down and then weigh yourself (need to calibrate first). After that it’s really accurate. The reason that the daily weigh in works for me is that it gives me a chance to think about what I did right or wrong the previous day (or two). I don’t worry if I tick up a tiny bit on a given day or stay flat for several days. I like the tight feedback loop.

1 point

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28th Mar 2012

I just got this one (EatSmart Precision), and am really happy with it. It is very consistent, and you don’t have to tap it and wait to turn it on.

1 point

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12th May 2012

I used to have this scale. It died after about 2 weeks. I think it just couldn’t handle the humidity of being in a bathroom.

Now I have this one and have had zero problems. 🙂

1 point

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2nd Jan 2011

I would second any of those EatSmart scales. I have this one and love it.

Aside from being accurate, it turns on nicely without any tap-to-activate nonsense and it requires enough weight to turn on that my cat doesn’t trigger it while she runs around like a psychopath.

1 point

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24th Oct 2011

http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Premium-Bathroom-Technology/dp/B002MK6QKO/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1319421275&sr=8-5

I’ve been using this one ever since I started my weight loss regimen. It’s delightfully accurate – I weighed myself in the morning, went to the doctor’s office, and had the same weight on his balance scale. It rounds off to the nearest .2, but I’m really happy with how it works. Be sure to read the instructions if you get it; you can calibrate each time you use it.

It might be a bit pricey, but with something as important in your life as weight (i.e. the little changes that keep you going), it’s totally worth the money.

Additionally, it lets you clearly see the huge fluctuations caused by water weight if you weigh yourself on a daily basis. Again, though, read the directions to get the best use of it.

1 point

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15th Aug 2013

This one. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002MK6QKO

You have to activate it first (push down ’till display activates, or step on it and step off) to let it calibrate. Then you just get on and it works.

1 point

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3rd Oct 2012

Thirding Eat Smart. I’ve had mine since April. This is mine:
http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Premium-Bathroom-Technology/dp/B002MK6QKO/ref=pd_sbs_hpc_3

I can step on and off multiple times and it still gives me the same weight. It’s great.

1 point

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3rd May 2011

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002MK6QKO
I have this one, I’ve compared the reading to about 3 different scales including one at the doctor and it’s accurate.
It’s probably the best you can do at the price range.

1 point

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15th Dec 2011

http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Premium-Bathroom-Technology/dp/B002MK6QKO/ref=pd_sim_sbs_hpc_2 you might argue that it’s too expensive, but when you’re serious about losing weight, you’d better get a scale that works correctly or you’ll shoot yourself in the foot when you weigh yourself on a different scale (which actually works) and you find yourself 5 lbs heavier than you thought.

I also got http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Precision-Digital-Kitchen-Chrome/dp/B002CM8TZC/ref=pd_sim_hpc_6 for food weighing in the kitchen; it works great as well.

Have yet to find a good scale for weighing weed though…

…lol

1 point

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28th Jun 2011

I would recommend an EatSmart scale. I got mine off amazon and have been really happy with it. It gets consistent results each time and was only 30 some dollars.

my scale

cheaper scale

1 point

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19th Jan 2011

My wife bought one of these and it seems to work consistently.