December 15, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide Day 43 - The Zero Scale Review

Like so many people, I have wanted to lose weight for a long time. Recently I got serious about it, but I've been relying on a cheap bathroom scale to track my progress. This has made it a little difficult as a good scale is really an essential piece of equipment in dieting. When my wife told me about the Zero Scale I was very interested.

The Zero Scale is designed so that you can focus on the incremental changes that your diet and exercise are making rather that having to always see your total weight.

I've been using the Zero Scale for a couple of weeks now and I have to say that I am very impressed. First of all, it looks great. It is sturdy and seems very well put together. The display is large and easy to read and the controls are easy.

Set up is virtually fool-proof. All you have to do to start tracking how much weight you've lost or gained is step on the scale for the first time. After that, every time you step back on the scale, you'll see how much your weight has changed.

The Zero Scale can also track the weight of up to three other people. To record the weight of someone else, simply lightly step on the lower right corner of the scale to change the user.

Normally, the scale will only show you the change in your weight, but if you're like me, you might like to still see how much you weigh from time to time. This is easily done. Simply tap the lower right corner until the guest mode is selected and then step on the scale. In guest mode, your weight will not be recorded and your total weight will be displayed.

The Zero Scale is by far the best private use scale I've ever used. It's accuracy, focus on results, and good design make it a great tool and I highly recommend it.

To Buy - Visit The Zero Scale to view and purchase this great product. It is normally priced around $70, but if you buy now, you can receive 15% off your purchase of The Zero Scale. Simply enter the code "zero" at checkout!

I received a product to review from the above company or their PR Agency and the Family Review Network. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way.


  1. A reliable scale was key in my journey...I'm totally sending one of these to my sister who is just getting started. Thanks for the share.