Saturday, January 25, 2014

Ozeri Rev Digital Bath Scale Review!

Have you made a resolution to lose weight in 2014?  Are you sticking to it?  The first thing you need is a good scale.  The Ozeri Rev Digital Bath Scale is an amazing piece of technology that can help you in your quest!  

This scale is a finely tuned instrument.  It has an electro-mechanical dial and LCD which illuminates your weight in either pounds or kilograms.  It's super easy to read from any angle.  It's sleek design includes a 5 1/2 inch dial and it has a chrome band around it, which gives it almost a retro look

It has GX sensors and can weigh up to 400 pounds.  It incorporates StepOn technology which grabs your weight upon contact!  The scale uses four sensors -- two on either side of the over sized platform. This platform is especially useful for feet that are longer than most (like those of my 6'5" boys!)  The platform is made of tempered glass for stability and actually contains a built-in alarm which reminds you to weigh yourself at the same time each day.  The alarm can be turned off if you don't want to be bothered with it.  

The scale is powered by three AA batteries with a low battery indicator.  The batteries are included and your satisfaction is guaranteed!  

If you need a good scale, this is the one.  You can find it on Amazon HERE.  The Ozeri Scale is priced at $29.95, in my opinion, worth every cent!

Disclosure:  I was provided this product to facilitate my review and form an opinion, however all opinions are my own.  Yours may differ.
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1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a very good scale. We have been using the WiiFit Balance board to weigh ourselves, which is fine for recording on their, but I do wonder at times how accurate it is. I have been known to get different results just by moving it forward a foot and getting back on. So I do have plans of getting another scale. Thanks for sharing


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