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EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale - Professional Food and Nutrient Calculator

4.3 out of 5 stars 478 customer reviews
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  • Calculate calories, carbs, fiber, sodium, fats, vitamin k and six other nutrients from thousands of packaged and 999 whole foods
  • White backlight with on/off button for conserving battery life
  • Memory Mode - save up to 99 entries for daily or weekly tracking
  • Weighs in grams (to nearest whole gram) and ounces (to nearest .1 ounce); Max weight 11 pounds
  • Tare feature, auto power off, runs on 4AAA batteries (included); 2 Year Warranty & Guarantee
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Product Description

NEW FEATURES (as of February 2010) - Now features a white backlight to fully illuminate the display for easy readings. Weigh capacity has been increased to 11 lbs. to allow you to weigh most things in your kitchen!

The EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale analyzes the nutritional content of ANY food by portion size and was designed by an unparalleled team of medical professionals. The database stores the nutritional values for approximately 1,000 foods, which have been carefully selected to reflect fresh, whole foods Americans eat. The scale will instantly calculate the following cardiovascular nutrients essential for overall well being: Calories, Carbohydrates, Fiber, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Total Fat, Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, Calcium, Protein, Vitamin K.

Additionally, the proprietary EatSmart Nutrition Facts Calculator is the only scale on the market that allows you to calculate nutrients for any food with a USDA Nutrition Facts label and is the most comprehensive educational and behavioral modification tool on the market today!

This scale has been thoroughly reviewed and tested by dietitians and nutritionists nationwide. Additionally, the EatSmart Nutrition Scale was recently named one of the most effective tools for carb counting and managing diabetes.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.5 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0013IDHTO
  • Item model number: ESNS-01
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (478 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,171 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Customer Reviews

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I researched all the available nutrtion scales on the market and decided on the EatSmart. And what a good choice it's been. It's truly a great product and performs exactly as advertised, providing extensive nutritional information that's not available from any other scale. You'll be amazed at the discrepancies when you compare the actual weight of some foods with what's listed on the nutrition information printed on the package. For example, the information printed for spoon-sized shredded wheat is for a one-cup serving (52 grams). If you weigh the cereal, though, 52 grams is a lot closer to being 3/4 of a cup, not a full cup. Same for potato chips, pretzels and other irregularly shaped foods. And regarding the company that makes the scale: The scale that arrived didn't function properly. I e-mailed the company and within 20 minutes got a phone call from the vice president, who had me do some tests and quickly determined that the scale was defective. He said he'd send a replacement immediately. Sure enough, a new scale arrived as promised and it works perfectly. That's customer service. At any rate, I can't say enough good things about the scale. Like me, I'm sure you'll be pleased if you buy one.
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I looked at many digital nutrition scales online before purchasing this one. Having Type I Diabetes and being a "carb" counter, it was time for an update and I kept going back to this one and was looking forward to using it. I thought I wanted all the bells and whistles it has to offer. While I like the general size and design for weighing, especially the ease of the tare feature, from then on it goes downhill for me. Visually, I am having great difficulty and my husband, who has excellent eye sight agrees - it is tough to read the LCD display which is considerably smaller than it appears online. Also, it gives so much information that I have found I'm having to ignore what isn't essential for me and fccus on what information I mostly need - carbs plus calories and fats or protein plus calories and fats, etc. You have to go through a progression of button pushing and data entry to get data beyond calories - i.e. carbs and fats. And, feedback is given via different window "groups" of 4 you have to scroll through to get what you want. It just takes so long my food is getting cold or my family impatient while I'm trying to get the information I need for dosing and recordkeeping. I find myself getting frustrated by the whole method as it is, for me, more laborious than I ever anticipated. Then, there is the option of entering information from the food label - one of the aspects I was especially interested in. Maybe it will get easier. That was a big selling point for me and I find the marketing misleading as I thought once I entered all the information from the nutrition label, it would add it to the memory "up to 99". Well, that is not how it works. It will keep items in its memory for counting for a day or week. But, it doesn't keep those products permanently in its memory that I can figure out. So, it's okay but not as user friendly as I thought it would be from all the positive reviews I read - and I do read them.
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What a great tool for anyone either working on their weight or having nutritional restrictions of any type! The ability to figure the nutritional value of any food -instead of having to rely solely on a pre-set list- is one of its greatest features.

Amazing how different the totals are when you actually weigh your "approx. 11 chips" worth of junk food. According to the label they should give you, say, 15g of fat. In reality, that can range from 12g to a whopping 20g, depending on the size of the chips/bits you pick out of the bag.

There are a couple of reasons not to give it a solid 5, though I'd have gone for a 4 1/2, if possible:

1) In a kitchen that is not super-brightly lit, a bowl or plate overhanging the digital display makes it hard to read the results. If the light is not shining at just the right angle, you cannot read the numbers.

This could easily be solved by a slightly back-lit display, or -even better- a button which would "lock" the display; by "locking", I mean that it would freeze the display at the last item weighed, even though you remove the item. If that tech detail is added, please make it so that, even though the item is "locked", it does not fully lock the display, but lets you still rotate among the various nut. values/screens for that item (if the scale was in Normal mode, obviously.)

2) Another slight inconvenience: I'd love to be able to add up all the Nut. Values of all the items I am preparing. That is, if I am making a salad and counting calories or fat, I'd love to be able to put a bowl on the scale, add lettuce, measure the calories; add tomatoes, add those calories to the total, add the olive oil, add those calories.... etc, etc.
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I was very excited to get this scale. As a diabetic it is important to monitor my carb and calorie intake, etc. The first mission I gave my scale was to calculate the nutritional value of my pizza crust recipe. I put my mixing bowl on the scale a reset it to zero. I begin to add ingredients, whole wheat flour, sugar... Wait. I can't find sugar on the "food code list". Really? I read it again. Nope, it's not there. I have to calculate the sugar values manually. I move on. Baking powder. Nope, not there either. I end up having to do a ton of manual calculations to get it right in the end. Hey EatSmart, let's drop some of the things that few people eat like eel and octopus and add some real cooking ingredients to your food code list! Tracking things like sugar is of the highest importance to a diabetic.

Additionally, as has been mentioned, the readout is difficult to see. It might help if you used a surface that doesn't have such a high glare. It might also help if the display was backlit. Displays are cheap these days. Bigger, brighter and easier.

Finally, the scale wobbles on a flat surface. A manufacturing defect I'm sure. You would expect better build quality from an item that costs so much.

While I will still find the scale useful, I can't begin to give this item a good review considering it was so poorly thought out and constructed.

One last comment to EatSmart if you are listening... Build a scale that connects to a computer via USB cable (say 6 or 8 foot) that allows software control and an infinite number of food ingredients. It could allow you to create and save custom ingredients and recipes. Nice try but, it just doesn't cut the mustard, (also not on the food code list).
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