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- EatSmart SmartGrip two-handed design - Easier lifting of heavy luggage
- 110 lb / 50 kg capacity - Graduation of .1 lbs / .1 kgs
- Easy-to-read backlit LCD display
- Compact and lightweight design - Perfect for any traveler
- Auto Calibated; Auto Power-Off; Runs on 1 long-life lithium battery (included); 100% EatSmart Satisfaction Guarantee
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NEVER PAY OVERWEIGHT BAG FEES AGAIN! The EatSmart Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale is a practical solution to most airline luggage restrictions.* Simply clip the EatSmart buckle to the handle of a suitcase or bag. EatSmart's proprietary Two-Handed SmartGrip design allows for easier lifting of even the heaviest bags. Lift the bag and the scale will beep when the weight has been determined and appear in the large backlit LCD. Push the ON/OFF button and the scale resets to zero for the next bag.
The scale is compact, lightweight and durable so you can take it along for the return journey. By knowing your luggage is under the weight limit, you can avoid the embarrassment of re-packing luggage at the baggage counter and most importantly, save money by avoiding overweight baggage fees. The Precision Voyager is a practical solution from the casual vacationer to the road warrior!
*Most airlines now impose a strict 50 lb. weight limit on bags per person. Check with your individual airline before flying.
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1 x 3.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004EZG9X4
- Item model number: ESLS-01
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 3, 2010
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
I then weighed the same suit case using the Eat Smart Precision Luggage Scale and it showed 49lbs also. When you are right below the 50lb threshold it is very important to have the weight correct.
When the same suit case was weighed a few hours later at the airport it weighed in at 49.1 lbs so this luggage scale was right on the money.
It is very easy to use and only takes a few seconds to register the item being weighed.
If you travel at all and want to avoid the over charges for bags in excess of 50 lbs this scale is a real money saver
A follow up to my review here-amazing company, the owner of EatSmart contacted me immediately after seeing this review saying "they would put a tested replacement in the mail Monday" for me. (It was a weekend to boot.) GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE!
As I said the product worked great but broke, it was just a bad unit, could happen with any purchase. What doesn't happen normally is for a company to reach out to a consumer and fix a problem. I am an EatSmart fan now-they stand behind their products and deliver great customer service -something that is increasingly absent in most of our lives. Buy this scale!
The bottom line is that the EatSmart Precision Voyager scale isn't what I'd call "precise", but close enough. Notice that the greater the weight of the object the more accurate it was. It's easier than using the bath scale, and its also portable. And based on other reviews that suggest airport scales are unpredictable, I'll give myself at least a 3-lb cushion for carry-on and a 5-lb cushion for checked baggage.
I almost forgot. This scale is extremely accurate and precise. You can assume that the measured weight will only differ by 0.l kg from the actual (airport scale) weight. If you want to maximize your luggage capacity, but do not want to pay for excess weight, this product is for you.
I saw criticism of construction quality in other reviews so checked it carefully, expecting to have to do some repair on the stitching. The item we received is well constructed. I also saw criticism that the batteries did not last long. The scale automatically turns itself off after a few seconds to conserve battery. However, the on button is on the top of the handle so it could get turned on inside a suitcase - repeatedly - and run down the battery. I made sure that wouldn't happen by saving the small plastic piece placed between battery and contacts which prevented it from being accidentally turned on in its original packaging. It will be impossible for it to turn on accidentally in our luggage. (And I'm taking some extra batteries just in case.)