Mom in Training: CLOSED: Mother's Day - EatSmart Precision Pro Scale Giveaway 4-26

April 12, 2011

CLOSED: Mother's Day - EatSmart Precision Pro Scale Giveaway 4-26

EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale
  1. Compact Design and Easy Two-Button Operation
  2. Tare Feature; Subtract the weight of any plate or container
  3. 4 Measurement Modes: Grams / Ounces / Kilograms / Pounds
  4. Max Weight: 11 pounds / 5 kilograms
  5. Graduation: .05 oz / 1 gram
  6. 3 minute Auto-Turnoff
  7. Includes 2 AAA batteries
The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is an economically priced multifunction home scale, perfect for everyday tasks from weighing food or ingredients to calculating postage. Along with our Precision Pro, you will also receive a FREE Calorie Factors Book making it easy to achieve goals such as portion control and calorie counting.

My Take: 
I received the silver EatSmart Precision Pro Scale to test out in my own kitchen.  Wow how simple it is to use. I love that it only has two simple buttons. One for turning on/off and taring (use this to start the scale at zero after adding the weight of any plate or container), and the other for selecting the measurement mode (Grams/Ounces/Kilograms/Pounds).  I am not a wiz in the kitchen and will never claim to be a Suzy Homemaker.  I do however try to dabble with new and from scratch recipes, so having an easy to use digital scale on hand will be very convenient. I tested it out for the first time measuring some liquids for a dinner casserole.  (Yes I could have used a measuring cup that had ounces on the side, but I wanted to play with my new toy!)  It was very simple, and quick to get the reading then I was back to measuring and mixing up the rest of my ingredients.  I even splashed a little bit on the scale and was happy to see it wiped off very easily.  Another plus for me, I am not a clean baker either.


Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a Silver EatSmart Precision Pro Scale. This giveaway will end April 26th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

Mandatory Entry: (Mandatory entry must be completed first or bonus entries don't count.)  *Tell me what you'd use the scale to measure first.

Here are the Links you will need for Bonus Entries (1 entry each):
• Follow me via Twitter
• "Like" me on Facebook
• Follow EatSmart on Twitter
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• Tweet this giveaway (may be done once per day - please leave a comment with your tweet status) RT #win a Silver EatSmart Precision Pro Scale from @smtilton http://bit.ly/az5Dls (Ends 4-26) #Giveaways

Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own.

260 comments:

  1. i'd use to start measuring my meals, which i've never done.. id love it! m.danielson5@yahoo.com

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  4. I'd probably measure everything...get crazy with it. Hahaha. No, I'd probably measure some grapes or strawberries.

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  7. I'd probably use it to measure meat first - and then lots of other things. what a great product that would be a wonderful addition to our kitchen!
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  13. I would measure the amount of starchy food I eat. I need to cut back on that stuff!!

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  14. I would use it to measure the amount of ice cream I eat at night.

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  16. i would measure all my meals. Starting with breakfeast.

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  19. I'd probably measure my flour for baking.
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  22. I would use the scale to measure flour for my bread recipe

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  25. I buy ground beef in bulk so I would use it to portion out pounds of ground beef:)
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  30. Meats--buy bulk packages to save money, then weigh and divide into smaller meal-size portions
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  34. I would weigh chicken breast and other proteins

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  36. I like eat smart on fb
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  40. I would measure ingredients that I put while baking.
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  41. I follow you on twitter.
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  42. I like you on Facebook.
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  46. I would measure chicken
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  48. First, I'd weigh my cereal.

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  49. I'd probably use it for seperating meat into portion before freezing it.
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  51. like you on fb
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  53. I would use the Silver EatSmart Precision Pro Scale first to measure lye and oils in the new craft of soap making I have started. helenkeeler@comcat.net

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  55. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/helen1949/status/58916157784207361 helenkeeler@comcast.net

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  57. I'd use the scale to measure ground almonds and flour from a wonderful almond cake recipe my cousin in Italy gave me; the recipe is in grams, not cups, so the scale would be perfect for converting so that I can try baking a family tradition.

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  60. i would measure my tomatoes i grew to see how much i got

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  62. I'd measure meat portions for my husband's diet.
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  65. I'd use it for my morning cereal. I have a feeling I eat too large servings.
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  67. like you on fb
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  70. I'd use the scale to measure pasta!

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  73. I'd use it to measure out ingredients in recipes so I dont have to dirty as many dishes!

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  74. cereal portions mrs.mommyyatgmail

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  75. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    I WOULD USE IT TO MEASURE AN APPLE (I LOVE THEM)

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  77. I would use this to weigh the chicken and hamburger I buy before I freeze it!

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  78. I follow you on twitter @pittsy82

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  79. I "LIKE" you on FB (Nicole Pitts)

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  81. I "LIKE" Eat Smart on FB (Nicole PittS)

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  83. daily
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  84. how much i eat mverno@roadrunner.com

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  85. I really need this to measure my food for my weight loss
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  86. I Follow you on twitter @my4boysand1
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  88. I Follow EatSmart on Twitter
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  89. I Follow EatSmart on Facebook

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  91. I would use the scale to measure meat...and just about everything else I eat!!
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  94. I'd like to measure my meats first! thanks for the chance to win!
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  100. I would use this to weigh my portions of chicken and veggies to have a better idea of how many calories I'm actually eating!

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  101. I like EatSmart on Facebook (Sk Sweeps)

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  102. Salmon!
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  104. I measure pasta, so we only get a 2 oz serving each. I'd love to win this to add to the box of kitchen items I'm giving to my son, who is about to graduate from college.

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  105. food so i can start weight watchers crystletellerday@yahoo.com

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  107. I would measure turkey burgers when I'm forming them to make sure they are all the same size and cook evenly
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  109. https://twitter.com/sodahoney/status/60521419695587328

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  110. Id measure my cereal.
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  116. I would first use the scale to measure a portion of chicken! calvad at aol dot com

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  117. http://twitter.com/#!/mbm218/status/61131147597451264
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  118. I would most like this scale to measure meat portions. Thank you!
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  120. I like you on fB
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  121. I follow your tweets
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  122. I like East Smart on FB
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  123. I follow Eat Smart on twitter
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  124. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/pittsy82/status/61238994750554112

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  126. I'd probably start by measuring fresh and dried fruits
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  127. tweet http://twitter.com/#!/vlbsweeps/status/61453139093622785
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  129. I'd use the scale to measure chips and things I'm prone to overindulge on.
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  130. Twitter follower of yours - @texastypeamom
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  134. I'd probably use it to measure ground meat like beef and turkey first.
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  135. I follow you on twitter. ID: Lyndadawinda
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  136. I LIKE you on Facebook. ID: Lynda Castillo
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  137. I follow them on twitter. ID: Lyndadawinda
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  138. I LIKE them on Facebook. ID: Lynda Castillo
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  139. I tweeted -
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  140. tweet http://twitter.com/#!/vlbsweeps/status/61750066590908417
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  141. Tweeted
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  142. http://twitter.com/#!/mbm218/status/61879859621789696
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  143. I would measure meat when cooking meals with this scale because I always cook too much!
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  144. I follow you on twitter.
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  145. I like you on Facebook.

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  146. I follow EatSmart on Twitter.
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  147. I like EatSmart on Facebook.
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  148. I would use the scale to weigh out the proper portions of meats.

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  149. I'd use it for berries first probably.

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  151. I would measure the portion sizes for my dogs' food


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  152. I would use it to measure meat portions.

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  157. Okay, so I'm not much of a cooker. Lol. I do well enough to not let us starve. that's about the extent of my abilities. I am trying to win this for my mother in law who knows what she's doing in the kitchen far better than I.

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  158. Like you on FB.

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  159. Like Eat Smart on FB as well.

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  160. And follow them on Twitter.

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  161. Follow you on Twitter too.

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  162. Tweeted.

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  163. I would use the scale to weigh flour when I bake, it's more accurate than measuring

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  164. twitter follower @potlicker26

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  165. I follow EatSmart on twitter @potlicker26

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  166. I tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/potlicker26/status/62359214902870017

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  168. tweeted
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  169. Flour! It seems like all the recipes are using weight as measurement for flour these days, so this would come in handy. Thanks !

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  170. We buy a lot of meat in bulk. I would probably use it first to measure out meal size portions of ground sirloin.

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  171. Following you on twitter: jashelep
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  173. snacks, like dried fruit
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  174. twitter follower @kolpin4680 kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

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  175. es twitter follower @kolpin4680 kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

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  176. http://twitter.com/#!/mbm218/status/62584985361727488
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  177. Walnuts! I love desserts made with walnuts! LeanS12(at)gmail(dot)com

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  178. I follow you on twitter @LeanS12 http://twitter.com/#!/LeanS12 LeanS12(at)gmail(dot)com

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  181. i would weigh my meat to make sure i have good portion sizes
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  182. tweet http://twitter.com/sodahoney/status/62660408632287232

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  183. Daily tweet http://twitter.com/#!/potlicker26/status/62678654550933504

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  184. Boneless, skinless chicken portions

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  185. I would measure out some meat!
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  186. Like you on FB - SJAlbers!
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  187. Flour for my Italian apple pie.. I need exact weights.

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  188. Flour for my Lemon Buttermilk Bars

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  189. I would use the scale to measure my meat. I am a diabetic and I just kind of guess at the weight of it now. Thanks (BusyTennesseeMom@charter.net).

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  191. I am following Eat Smart on twitter. Pippy37379 is my id. (BusyTennesseeMom@charter.net).

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  192. I am following you on facebook or sent you a friend request from Pamela Womack Sims. (BusyTennesseeMom@charter.net).

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  193. I am following Eat Smart on facebook. (BusyTennesseeMom@charter.net).

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