The EatSmart Precision Tracker is the newest addition to our Precision Series bathroom scales. As studies have shown, tracking the progress of any weight loss regimen is vital for providing real-time feedback and increasing motivation. With the new AccuTrack software from EatSmart, monitoring weight changes has never been easier!
- Track Long Term and Short Term Weight Goals with EatSmart Proprietary AccuTrack Software
- Proprietary Automatic User Identification Technology; Stores profile data for up to 8 users
- EatSmart "Step-On" Technology - Get instant readings with no tapping to turn on!
- Large 3.5" White LCD display - Easy to read in any lighting
- Auto Calibrated; Auto Power-Off; Runs on 4 AAA batteries (included); 100% EatSmart Satisfaction Guarantee
EatSmart's propriety AccuTrack software allows users to monitor both short term and long term progress. After a brief initial setup, the individual will weigh themselves and the scale will log the starting weight into memory. On each subsequent weigh-in the individual will step back onto the scale and get three results: 1) Their current weight 2) The change in weight from the last time they weighed themselves 3) The total change in weight since first use.
The Precision Tracker Scale stores up to 8 different users' personal profiles and will be able to recognize these users as soon as they step onto the scale. The Auto Recognition software automatically locates your user profile based upon the proximity in weight to your last weigh-in.
The Precision Tracker uses "Step-On" technology which means no more tapping to turn on your scale. It measures up to 400lbs and will display an accurate readout to the nearest .2 lbs on the oversized 3.5" LCD display. Its sleek design and slim profile fits perfectly into any surroundings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can this weigh small things like packages for the post office?
I don't know that it would be accurate enough for a postal scale, depends on how small. I'd look for a food scale that goes up to the lbs you need but that will do ounces for small packages. Most bathroom scales are not accurate under like 20-30 lbs.
Is it made with glass or not?
Can moving it a lot from a house to another house?
It should not be a problem, although you will need to do the simple process of re-calibrating it.
The numbers won't stop moving once I get on it. I am as still as a statue too. Is this normal?
You have to stand still for about five to seven seconds so the number 'locks' in. Movement of numbers is normal until it 'locks' in the weight. If it is not showing your weight in a reasonsble amount of time (within 10 seconds) then I would say it is probably not working correctly.
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- Stores Profile Data Up to 8 users
- Battery 4 AAA batteries (included)
- Display 3.5" White LCD
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