Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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Holiday 2011: The Zero Scale Tracks Incremental Changes in Weight


Anyone who has ever tried to lose weight knows that there is usually some trial and error involved.  Then there is also the challenge of keeping weight off after you lose it.  The Zero Scale is a unique tool that helps you pinpoint what is working for you and what is not.

What makes The Zero Scale unique is that it allows you to register the start weight for up to four people.  After that, you never have to look at that number again until you want to.  You can check your actual weight by putting the scale into guest mode.  In regular mode, each time you hop on this scale, it will tell you what you have gained or lost.  Rather than focusing on "the number", you can see that you have lost weight even though it may be less than a pound.  The scale also tells you how many days it took you to achieve that weight change, which would be how long it has been since the last time you weighed yourself.

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One of the features about The Zero Scale that I would like to point out is its ability to switch between pounds and kilograms, making it suitable for those outside of the U.S.


This battery-operated scale is glass and has a very modern sleek appearance.  It would work in many styles of bathrooms.  It is also only one-inch thick, including the rubberized feet.  The only thing that could make it better is if it ran on solar power.


The Zero Scale includes a bonus The Zero Pedometer that will not only tell you how many steps you have taken, but also how many calories you have burned.  This scale retails for $69.95.  For a limited time, you can purchase the scale with the free pedometer for the promotional price of $59.95 (plus S&H) on TheZeroScale.com.  You can also save 15% off your first purchase when you use Code: zero at checkout.  This scale would make a unique holiday gift for anyone you know who will be trying to lose weight in the new year.


Thank you to The Zero Scale for providing a complimentary product sample for us to base this review upon.  This review has been written as part of a campaign for the Family Review Network.