Tuesday, June 16, 2015

#Ozeri WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection~ #Review

Product Description from Ozeri:

Color Name: White

The Ozeri WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection was designed and engineered in the USA to provide a comprehensive yet simple weight management solution to measure and track your weight. Featuring BMI Measurement and Auto Recognition Technology, the Ozeri WeightMaster weighs up to 400 lbs and displays your BMI (Body Mass Index), a measure of your body fat based on your height and weight. Immediately after displaying your weight and BMI, the scale’s Weight Change Detection displays your "net weight change" from your last weigh-in (L1), the average of your last 3 weigh-ins (L3), and last 7 weigh-ins (L7). By measuring your weight once a day, the Ozeri WeightMaster empowers you to see how your current weight changes day to day, from the last 3 days, and over the previous week. For users who would rather just focus on their weight trend without worrying so much about the actual numbers, the WeightMaster features Color Alert Technology, which displays your weight change in a GREEN illumination for weight loss and RED for weight gain, providing a visual form of intuitive feedback. With built-in intelligence, the WeightMaster requires no complicated synching and spares you the data connection failures common to more expensive wireless and Bluetooth alternatives. Precision engineered and durably made, WeightMaster auto-calibrates with StepOn technology and auto-powers off to preserve battery life. The Ozeri WeightMaster is made out of impact-resistant tempered glass, and equipped with non-slip scratch-resistant-Feet that won’t damage flooring. Ships with 3 AAA batteries included, and backed by Ozeri's 100-Percent Hassle-Free Satisfaction Guarantee.

My Review:

I recently got to try out the Ozeri WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection. Since summer officially starts June 21st it's the season for shorts and swimsuits so I want to look my best possible!

I've been been trying to keep myself at an even weight and weigh myself nearly every day. I'm one to like to know if I gain or lose even a pound (or a few pounds). It's seems like it's harder to lose when you get to be a certain age like me. Anyways, I've found a good quality bath scale that is going to help me keep on track and keep me in line so I (hopefully) don't go overboard.

The Ozeri WeightMaster 400 lbs Digital Bath Scale with BMI and Weight Change Detection is a sleek and modern scale that comes with 3 AAA batteries and a manual for instructions.  I love the feature in  that it shows how much you have gained or lost with the weight detection display. If you have lost weight the display will show up in green and if you gain weight the display light will show up in red. The scale can record up to 7 weights per user and has personal memory profiles for up to 5 different users. I weighed myself when I received the scale as shown on the picture below.

The next morning I weighed about a pound less, which is normal since you usually weigh less when you just get up. At least that's how it is for me. I had a little problem getting a good picture of the numbers on the green part but was happy to see the green light and not a red one. The numbers are much easier to see when you have it in person.

This scale is very durable and is made of high quality tempered glass which can weigh up to 400 pounds. I like that it's also made with a slip-resistant bottom that doesn't let the scale move around when using. It is also a nice wider scale but slim enough to slide under my cabinet in the bathroom.

All in all, I'm happy with the scale and am going to be using it to help keep track of my weight from now on. It's not complicated to use and is the perfect scale for every day use.

If you are interested in this scale you may find it on Amazon at the link below.


Disclosure: I received a free product for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed here are my own and yours may differ.


  1. That looks like a good scale. Too bad it's a little hard to read what's in green, but congratulations on seeing green! I worry about stepping on the scale and it moving, so non-slip is good.

  2. Yes, I really like the scale and was happy to see the green. :) You can see the numbers better on the green part when you have the scale in person.