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KitchenIQ 50872 IQ Smart Wireless Kitchen Scale
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- Wireless transmission connects scale to smart devices. Smart analyzing application.
- Customizable Food Database in your pocket. Holds up to 11 Ibs.
- Log nutrition facts – fat, carbs, protein, cholesterol, sodium and fiber and calories
- Creates graph for tracking and history
- Customizable Food Database in your pocket
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Scale wirelessly connects to your smartphone
KitchenIQ Food App Tracks Calories, Carbs, Fats and More
Track your nutrients and calorie intake versus your goals
- Add notes or comments and reminders
- Can add the food weight manually when the connected devices are not available
- Has the ability to track multiple users in one household
- Download available for Android and IOS users
Work Smarter not harder!
Use the KitchenIQ Wireless Nutrition Scale as your personal nutrition assistant.
Work Smarter in the kitchen and on the go using this unique wireless nutrition scale. Use as a kitchen scale to weigh solid and liquid ingredients for baking and everyday meal prep. Use with the KitchenIQ Food App to count calories, carbs, protein and sodium along with other nutritional elements. Helps keep track of daily food consumption and provides a calories consumption chart on a daily / weekly / monthly / yearly basis. #WorkSmarter.
- Collect and track your nutritional intake and calories on the KitchenIQ app that connects with this wireless digital kitchen scale. KitchenIQ Food application available for use on most smart devices.
- Weighs up to 11 lbs.
- Metric and Imperial ; Weight and volume measurements.
- Zero, tare and mode conversion with touch button.
- Low battery power / Overload indication.
- Requires 2 - AAA Batteries (not included).
- To track accurately be sure to add all food consumed, not just foods weighed on the scale.
Features and Benefits:
Food Easily Measured
Measures in both Metric and Imperial Weight and Volume.
Scale Features Easy to Navigate Touch Screen
Zero, tare and mode conversion with at the touch of a button.
View Your Progress on Your Smart Device
Chart calories, sodium, fat, protein, carbohydrates, cholesterol and dietary fiber.
Personal Food Diary
Set goals, write memos and track food consumed on the go, not just foods weighed on the scale.
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The convenience of calorie counting at your fingertips is just one of the unique features of this wireless digital kitchen scale. Today’s tech savvy consumers can now track their eating habits on the go with the KitchenIQ application available for use on most smart devices. *Not sold with phone ** Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included) *** Works with most smart phones
Top Customer Reviews
+ Takes 2 AAA batteries. No problem here.
+ Weighs up to 11 lbs. I have a 1 KG brass calibration weight that I use to test scales. This one is accurate.
+ The small footprint and overall design is aesthetically pleasing and about the right size for most kitchen and meal needs. It is a smooth top that is easy to clean. The rubber feet on the bottom keep it from sliding around.
+ The App is decent. It has a lot of entries in its food database. There were probably 50 different kinds of "squash" and I had no problem finding a winter butternut type that I was weighing. It connects and shows the actual scale readout in real time. It is a fast connection and I had no problems getting the scale to sync to the App via an iPhone.
Here's are some of the issues I found with the scale.
- Backlit screen is hard to read at an angle. You need to be looking directly down on it for it to be clearly legible. There is no way to adjust this either physically nor thru the App.
- The Mode/Tare button is the only touch button on the scale. It is at times hard to press or get to do what you want it too. It takes a bit of practice to get the hang of either switching between the 3 weighing modes (weight, milk volume, water volume) by holding it down for 3 seconds or using the "tare" feature by pressing it once. I would have preferred that there be 2 separate buttons for this. To change the units of measure from Metric to Imperial press the small physical button on the underside of the scale next to the battery compartment.
- The scale will turn on and light up every so often without any apparent movement or reason. I'm sure it is activating for some reason such as lighting changes, table vibrations of someone walking thru the room or ambient temperature changes. I don't think it has all those types of sensors in it, but I haven't found any information or troubleshooting as to why it is doing this. The batteries won't be lasting very long. I wish there was a physical on/off button.
- Poor Instructions. Yes it is from a USA company and you can tell the instructions were written by someone who speaks native English, but they are very lacking and not very comprehensive nor helpful at all. "Milk Volume" ? What is that? It took me a little while to figure out that on the volume calculations the scale is converting weight (water or thicker liquid aka "milk") into a volume measurement. For instance pure water weighs almost 8 lbs per gallon. Milk weighs more because of the solids content. So you can put a cup or bowl onto the scale and press the tare button while in water volume mode. Then add water and it will calculate the volume of water added. Or you could just use a measuring cup.
The manual is really just a setup and features guide. It really should be a user's manual and explain why you would want to use the capabilities that the scale has. Everything is really just vague. Perhaps this scale has a lot more use in a professional setting whereby you would go to the extremes to learn, use and implement this into your daily eating plan. However for the casual dieter or health conscious individual it is not a teaching aid nor smart device that makes logging and understanding nutritional information easier without a self motivated learning curve.
The wireless kitchen scale comes in a nice design with a pretty good sized area (about 6 inch x 6 inch) for weighting our food or ingredients. It is powered by two AAA sized batteries which are not included in the package. The scale has a nice easy to read LED display. It is automatically turned on when we place an item on the scale or by pressing on the weighting area. We can switch between the metric units (grams) or imperial unit (ounces) by pressing the unit button located on the underside of the unit. Not sure why it is done that way as I think having that button located on top is more convenient. What's unique about this scale is that we can also switch between the modes (weight mode, milk volume mode, and water volume mode). The milk and volume modes allows us to measure the actual volume of the liquid on the scale.
What sets this scale apart from my other traditional scales is its wireless features with the Kitchen IQ App running on either the iPhone or Android phone. First we need to create a profile with all the personal information (with password protection) such as sex, age, weight, height etc. The App can keep track of your food consumption. When you place an item on the scale and specify what it is, it will automatically extracts its nutrition information such as calories, fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates, and fiber. With that it will keep track of your daily food consumption and even provide a calories consumption chart on a daily / weekly / monthly / yearly basis. The only catch is that we would need to enter ALL the items we consume in order to it to track accurately. I have also attached a few screen shots of the App for your reference.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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