Thursday, August 28, 2014

Ozeri Weightmaster Scale Review #Ozeri

Alright y'all, I have a confession to make. I haven't owned anything but a postage scale in decades.  I avoid them like the plague. The only time I get weighed is at the doctor.  The reason being is that I tend to gain ten pounds every time I step on one...

I was chosen to review the Ozeri Weightmaster Scale, so when the package arrived I opened it and ....Gasp...This was the sleekest, modern looking bathroom scale I have ever seen. 

The Ozeri WeightMaster is a 400 lbs capacity digital scale with Body Mass Index (BMI) and weight differential detection to help measure and track your weight. It also has "Auto Recognition Technology," so right after it shows your weight and BMI, the scale's "Weight Differential Detection" will actually display the change in your weight since your last weigh in.  It will also show you  the average of your last 3 weigh-ins, and last 7 weigh-ins. This is great for people who like to weigh themselves daily and help you to keep track of weight fluctuations during the week.

For people like me, weigh themselves periodically, the WeightMaster features "Color Alert Technology," so your weight display in green if you lost weight and in red if you gained weight. This scale also auto-calibrates as soon as you step on it, and shuts off automatically, which is great because I would totally forget to turn it off, then be out of batteries the next time I'd go to weigh myself. The Ozeri WeightMaster is made out of impact-resistant tempered glass, and has non-slip scratch-resistant feet.
New in box, side view-look how thin it is!, my hubby was nice enough to be my victim for this test, weight stays on screen for about 30

I have to say I really like this scale, because instead of focusing on how much I weigh, I can just focus on whether or not the thing turns green or red. =)  The Weightmaster is available in black or white.  Best of all Ozeri offers a 100% Hassle-Free Satisfaction Guarantee!

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