|I haven't been 120-anything for about fifteen years!!!|
Since my excitement might be contagious (and I hope it is), let me add that there are some folks who should not use this. The product box is clearly marked with some warnings:
- Never to use in combo with medical electronic implants (such as pacemakers)
- Not for use by kids under 10 years of age
- Not for use by pregnant women
Paperwork enclosed with the scale advises further:
- Not for use with medical devices such as artificial heart/lung support systems or portable electronic medical devices such as an electrocardiograph
- Not to apply weight of more than 400 pounds on the scale
Now that I've gotten that bit out of the way...
Remember I mentioned how beautiful the scale is? Well, that photo up above doesn't really show it off. When I was trying to photograph (with my horrible skills) the scale to show you how thin it is, I captured this:
|All you can see is the messy room's reflection!|
Thing is so shiny, I could use it to do my makeup.
What I was trying to capture was not the messy man-cave I was in, but how thin the scale is from the side view. Like this:
|See the edge of it?|
And, yes, it comes with batteries (cue the singing angels) so you don't have to worry about that.
Okay, so I fell in love right away with the design of the scale. My next step was to see how easy (or not) it is to use. Here's how that went:
Set up instructions were good. The scale has Select Mode with up and down arrows for you to choose User Number, Gender, Athlete (or not), Height, Age, Weight Mode and - of course - Weight. I did everything correctly on the first try except I realized I had somehow skipped past the Weight Mode. Also I had not downloaded the Android App (**** or for Apple) which is needed to scan the on-scale barcode and to sync my phone.
I downloaded the app and then attempted to check my errors with the "Weight Mode" set-up.
Ahhh!!! I found another reason to LOVE this scale. There are 2 ways of checking your weight. You can go "traditional" and get a pound/kg weight reading, or you can go what they call 'weightless' (or what I choose to call 'highly motivational') and get a progress reading. As in + or - changes in your weight.
Setting up the app was not as easy as setting up the scale. The app was probably only confusing to me because I have a problem retaining instructions long enough to apply them. Other people might have no problem. Once I did get the app going, I had no trouble changing the scale to the Weightless Mode. Of course, I won't get any progress readings for a while.
There's not much I don't love about this scale. Actually, there is not one thing I don't love about this scale. It's a great-looking device with a lot of useful features. One of the most important features is the price. The cost for this one is at or even lower than scales I've seen in local stores. Also, there is a 100% guarantee, a 5 year warranty, and help via the company's local offices, email or phone.
Anyone working toward a goal with their weight is going to benefit from this one. I already talked myself out of eating a donut, and Homer Simpson has nothing on me when it comes to loving a good donut.
DISCLOSURE:I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.