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**REVIEW** Smart Weigh Body Fat Digital Precision Scale

Remember when I talked about another scale that was perfect for the non-smartphone person in your life? Well, here is one for the gadget guru (like me, if you go heavy on the 'gadget` and lighter on the `guru' in that phrase).

The Smart Weigh Body Fat Digital Precision Scale is loaded with features:
  • Is very sturdy and well made.
  • The design simple and is neat-looking (see the body shape in the center? Makes me envision my future self!) This will compliment any decor.
  • Measures weight, and
  • Body Fat, and
  • Water mass, and
  • Muscle mass, and
  • Bone mass.
  • Has a 440lb weight capacity, and
  • Recognizes up to 8 users.
Nice looking scale

Now, because of all the features, I did need to use the instruction book to get acquainted and comfortable with this beauty. That doesn`t take long - though impatient technophobes like my sister would probably recruit help using it the first time.

This is the second scale that I have fallen in love with. (The name, "Smart Weigh", is cute, right?) When you are on a quest to get in shape, it`s somehow motivating to have lots of information about your stats at hand. Also, most people (okay, *me*) hate dealing with charts about BMI and water and muscle, and blahblahblah... This puts it right out there for you.. in private!

The display is nice and large. There`s nothing not to like about this scale. It even came with batteries so I could try it out immediately. And the warranty is for 2 years from date of purchase.

Just to give you a better look at the display area:

I like that the symbols are easy to decipher

This is the first of 2 products from Smart Weigh that I am reviewing, so stay tuned for the next one.

There are some Warnings: This, like other scales using an electrical current, should not be used by certain people. If you are pregnant or have medical implants and devices, you should not use these types of scales. 


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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