Friday, November 30, 2012

Get a Head Start on Your New Year's Resolution with the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale {Holiday Gift Guide 2012}

New Year's Eve is only a month away and I know many people will be making a resolution to lose weight in 2012 (myself included), but why wait until January to get started? Why not begin eating healthier and losing weight now with the help of the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale!

About the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale:
The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is an economically priced multifunction home scale, perfect for everyday tasks from weighing food or ingredients to calculating postage. Along with our Precision Pro, you will also receive a FREE Calorie Factors Book making it easy to achieve goals such as portion control and calorie counting.

  • Compact Design and Easy Two-Button Operation
  • Tare Feature; Subtract the weight of any plate or container
  • 4 Measurement Modes: Grams / Ounces / Kilograms / Pounds
  • Max Weight: 11 pounds / 5 kilograms
  • Graduation: .05 oz / 1 gram
  • 3 minute Auto-Turnoff
  • Includes 2 AAA batteries
As you may already know I spent a few months on Nutrisystem and managed to lose 20 pounds, unfortunately after my time on the program came to an end I gained some of that weight back and I am very disappointed in myself for that. Well, I've decided that I don't need a diet program to be healthier and happier. That's where the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale comes in!

The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is super easy to use and it allows me to count calories and carbs with the push of a button. All I have to do is place my fruit, meat, veggies, grains, and/or snacks on the scale, turn it on, and within seconds I know the amount of calories that are in that particular portion.

If you are planning on losing weight in the near future, the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is definitely a must-have for you. But, the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is also great for cooks who like to weight their food or their ingredients, and even for people who run an etsy or ebay shop and need to calculate shipping from home.

The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale can be purchased from for $44.95. And guess what?! One lucky reader is going to win an EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale during the Jingle Jam Giveaway Hop beginning December 1st... Be sure to come back then to enter!


Alix said...

I definitely would love this for making crafts, cosmetics, and weighing postage! Also, I love your cute penguin bowl!

meegan whitford said...

This looks like a very good model I have been wanting to get one of these.

kathy smith said...

My son is wanting to loose some weight of course after the New Year. Your review on the scales make me believe that he will need a kitchen scale to stay on target with his eating. Thanks for the review and the giveway.

Courtney Tucker said...

I would like to use this for measuring Candle Making ingredients and Skincare Recipe's most of all other than for food.

Marti Parks said...

I definitely need this scale, guessing at how much food you're supposed to eat really doesn't work very well. ;)

jenny green said...

I could really use this to help with portion control and it looks so easy to use

Mer said...

This looks like a great tool for portion control. I've tried visualizing a pack of cards, baseball, etc. but it just doesn't work for me. I think something like this would be helpful to get a better sense of how big is X calories of cheese! With this knowledge I could make better food decisions.

Krista Grandstaff said...

I would very much like something this exact...I have a regular scale that I currently use, which works fine for most things, but lately we have had to measure things in a more precise way for my husband's diabetes...and this would help tremendously...great review!!

desitheblonde said...

this is what i need bad i had to see the diet and then the nurse is mad about bd

Velvet Hubler said...

I love that it helps you keep track of calories and carbs

Jan Messali said...

This is great for weight loss, but it's also really helpful for cooking. I see many recipes that list ingredients in grams... and I'm lost. This would be helpful.

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