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Etekcity Smart Food Nutrition Scale, Digital Grams and Ounces for Weight Loss, Baking, Cooking, Keto and Meal Prep, Stainless Steel

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  • Syncs with fitness app: sync data like CALORIES, vitamins, minerals and more with fit bit and Apple health
  • Extensive USDA database: get instant access to more than 270, 000 USDA food database. Add and customize your own food data as needed
  • Smart Bluetooth: works with Bluetooth on iOS and Android. You can easily operate the scale through smart VeSync app to Tare, convert units and adjust display time
  • Track macros: set your health goal of Keta, diet, or balanced, and make progress for a better living. Vesync helps you to monitor portion intake, calculate calorie, track square meals, and store nutritional Log
  • Accurate measurements: accurately weigh anything between 3 g to 5000 g in measurement increments of 1 g/ 0. 04 oz.
  • Note: this nutrition scale is designed for US only.

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Style Name:Smart

Smart Nutrition Scale
Etekcity smart nutrition scale pairs with the free VeSync app to bring comprehensive nutrition stats right to your phone.By pulling from the USA's extensive database of nearly 270,000 food items, you can track, save, and analyze your daily eating habits.
With its sleek, slim,and stainless steel design, The ESN00 smart nutrition scale makes the perfect kitchen helper. Three square meals a day will never be the same. This nutrition scale could display 12 nutrition facts like calories, total carbs and
protein.With the reliable food data, it meets the requirement for strict nutrition intake for the diabetic, the fitness, the youth's and other people pursuing healthy and balanced diet.
 
Software Functions:

12 Nutrition Values

         Macronutrients: Carbohydrates(Dietary Fiber, Sugars), Proteins, Fats(Saturated, Trans,Polyunsaturated, Monounsaturated,)
         Micronutrients: Vitamins(Va, Vc, Vd), Minerals(Calcium,Potassium, Sodium, Iron), Cholesterol

Sync with: Apple Health, Fitbit
USDA Food Database
Nutrition Graphs-Daily, Weekly, Monthly
Nutrition Reports-Daily
Customized Food Data
APP Control-Tare, Convert Units, Adjust Display Time

Hardware Specifications:

Measuring units: oz. / lb. : oz. / g/ ml(milk and water)
Increments value: 0. 4 oz. / 1 g/ 1 ml
Backlight time: 30-120 seconds (adjustable in app)
Auto-off: 120 seconds
Dimensions: 9. 2 x 6. 3 x 0. 6 in (235 x160 x 16. 5 mm)

Design For:

Weight Loss
Diabetes
Bodybuilder
Youth
Keto Diet
etc.


Healthier living starts now
Nutrition Diary: Track your daily, weekly, and monthly food habits on the VeSync app.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers-VeSync

Can VeSync sync with other fitness app?

Yes. VeSync can sync with Apple Health and Fitbit now. For more other fitness apps like Samsung Health and MyFitnessPal, we are now negotiating with them and will keep VeSync updated once they are available.

Why can't I search some certain foods?

VeSync has built-in 270,000 USDA official food database and monthly updated. If certain food is not listed on USDA database, it will not be shown on VeSync App. We are also constantly optimizing with more paid database to ensure a better using experience.

Why are the nutrition values incorrect?

VeSync will output nutritional information based on the food weight and the matched food item entry recorded in the USDA database.

To avoid inaccurate info, please input the food name as completed as you can. For example, input "bananas, raw" instead of "banana" to help VeSync identify your food more relevant.

Can I use barcode scanner function?

Currently, barcode is sourced from USDA database and the quantity is a little bit limited. We are negotiating with paid databases, and subsequent databases and functions will be more powerful. We suggest you could use Custom Food function to record your daily frequent eaten items.

Is it designed for US only?

Yes. Currently, this nutrition scale is designed for US only, and not advised for other countries and districts use.

Etekcity Nutrition Scale has 12 nutrition facts that enough to meet daily needs.
This Nutrition Scale is for every one: the diabetics,the body builders.
Etekcity has reliable hardware to give you an accurate result.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers-Scale

Is it accurate?

Equipped with four accurate sensors, this nutrition scale can measure any items ranging from 3 g to 5000 g, with 1g increments. To get an accurate measurements, please kindly refer to the below tips:

  1. Place the scale on a hard, dry, flat surface, and put the item to be weighed on the center of the weighing platform;
  2. Make sure the screen displays zero before measuring;
  3. Keep the scale away from dirt, dust, vibrations, wind, air currents, and electromagnetic interference.

How can I connect the scale via Bluetooth?

Get access to more nutrition values and graphs, please download VeSync app and connect it via Bluetooth. In case of connection failure, please try the following tips:

  1. Make sure your phone’s operating system is running on iOS 9.0+ or Android 4.3+.
  2. The scale should only be connected directly to your phone via the VeSync App. Do NOT connect the scale in your phone's Bluetooth settings.
  3. Make sure the scale is not currently connected to any other phone or app.
  4. Make sure your scale and phone are within 30 ft (10 m) of each other.
  5. Try turning off any VPN apps.
  6. Uninstall and re-download the latest version of Vesync app or Restart the Bluetooth connection after restarting the phone.


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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars 328 reviews
Freedom Man
2.0 out of 5 stars Why I returned it.
5 March 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: SmartVerified Purchase
195 people found this helpful
Maddy
4.0 out of 5 stars Tracks food intake smartly
22 October 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: SmartVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tracks food intake smartly
Reviewed in the United States on 22 October 2018
I recently started controlling my food intake and I use a basic kitchen scale and enter all the details(weight from the scale and food) in MyFitnessPal to count the calorie intake. I was just googling for a second scale as my first basic one stopped working and I was amazed to look at this. The scale connects smartly with my app VeSync on my phone via bluetooth. Weigh the food on scale and you can see the weight on the app, enter the food type and you can see the nutritional values in app and on scale. We can maintain the food diary in the app. App is easy to use, but it crashed on me couple of times(android).

My only concern is it would be very helpful if I can sync the data with MyFitnessPal or any other fitness app where I can track my weight, body fat percentage and bmi.
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123 people found this helpful
Ki Kim
4.0 out of 5 stars If they would add the Barcode Scan function it would be flawless.
7 January 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: SmartVerified Purchase
69 people found this helpful
Prasand J.
4.0 out of 5 stars More Convenient (Smaller) Than It Seems; Unknown Ounce Handling
26 January 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: SmartVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars More Convenient (Smaller) Than It Seems; Unknown Ounce Handling
Reviewed in the United States on 26 January 2020
When I received the scale I was pleasantly surprised. The scale feels premium, and is much smaller than photos convey. The product’s photos skew the size by using small bowls and hands to throw off visual proportions. In reality, the scale is hand-sized (granted, I’m larger than most). It’s small enough to throw into a drawer, or keep it on a counter and not take up much space. It can be easily accessible, not necessary to put it away somewhere to be barely used. It’s even travel friendly (just don’t pack heavy items on top of it).

Ultimately, the size is much more convenient than the photos convey.

The thoroughness of the experience is also great. They didn’t create a product that just works with the bare minimum, they actually care about the user experience, and listen. Older reviews calling for additional features have been addressed. Barcode scanning is now available, the database now contains over 270,000 items.

In fact, the database is so extensive it can be difficult to find items in some cases. Trying to merely weigh ground beef can become a daunting adventure. There are listings from Individual supermarkets, lean or not lean types, etc, and each varies in nutritional value (e.g. not all lean types have the same calories). In such cases it ends up being a guesstimate rather than truly informative, due to the overwhelming number of choices.

Unfortunately it’s not easy to refine such a database. How would one know which item is most relevant, or discern which data is more accurate? That’s a downside of having a user driven database, users entering product info aren’t prone to quality control. MyFitnessPal’s database reflects that well. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if they are using the same database. But even if they are, MyFitnessPal integration has not yet been added. Maybe they are working on it, or have their reasons not to (i.e. competitor). In any case, the app and hardware have significantly grown since earlier reviews. The experience is much more accommodating for new customers.

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One thing I’d like to see changed is how ounces are handled.

When measuring in ounces the precision is only 0.04 ounces (i.e. 1 gram). That can’t be helped, all scales have a measurement range, and more precise scales only measure up to about one pound. That’s the trade-off of being able to weigh heavier items (would be great to have a version of the scale that can measure lighter items, some manufacturers sell multiple versions of the same scale with different resolution ranges). Unfortunately, it creates situations where if you are measuring something that is actually 3.14oz ... it would resolve it to 3.12oz or maybe even 3.16oz. In the case of 3.12 mathematically it should round down to 3.1oz, for 3.16 it should round up to 3.2oz. I have personally seen the scale show 3.1 and 3.2 for the same item, not knowing which is more true or if it’s even rounding. What if in reality the scale is actually seeing 3.16 and dropping the last digit (not rounding at all)? The problem is, users have no idea which is happening / what the scale actually sees. When something like food intake is a matter of personal preference and perception.

Wouldn’t users like to know if they are slightly over or under (which works out to being off by a few grams)? If over, some would care to take a bit off to meet their goal, so seeing they are slightly over would be good to know.

In the app there should be an option to disable the auto rounding for ounces (enable displaying the hundredths or thousandths position). To allow users to know the true measurement, and use their own judgement rather than the scale judge for them. Due to the scale making assumptions / not knowing the true ounces, I took off one star. The scale is truly designed to measure in grams, and converts it to ounces via the software / firmware. So it can be addressed through a software or firmware update. Until then, if you really care to have a better idea of the ounces it’s best to measure in grams and manually convert it. Inconvenient, but in some situations that might actually matter. Ultimately, the option to display another digit or two (since one gram is really 0.035 ounces not 0.04) can be very helpful even if not precise, and should be optional (disabled by default).

Another feature that would be nice, perhaps for the next hardware update: rechargeable battery with USB-C connection. The need to purchase additional batteries seems a bit backwards. It makes the otherwise modern / futuristic product seem a bit retro. The convenience of a rechargeable battery many users would appreciate.

In any case, this is a well-designed product, accompanied by a well-designed and developed app. Where other companies make half efforts, Etekcity hasn’t. No other smart food scale has a better experience. Even the smart food scales that resolve 0.01g to 500g (0.000352oz to 17.637oz) that seem more precise, are actually inaccurate (and the app experience isn’t as refined nor as extensive). I tested them with items where I already knew the true weight. Only Etekcity’s smart scale was very close to spec, the others were all over the place, with no option to calibrate.

Etekcity has created a quality item, and are putting a lot of work into their platform. I look forward to seeing how things develop, and highly recommend this product.
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thedude
5.0 out of 5 stars Great way to track food intake
4 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great way to track food intake
Reviewed in the United States on 4 November 2018
As a college student, I am not the best at eating healthy. I try my best but sometimes it can be difficult. With this, I can easily track my food intake and nutrition throughout the day. I can try to better my food intake with this and I can analyze and keep track of my sugar, fat, protein, and calories. This scale also comes with a phone app, where you can access your diary and analyze your nutrition. I can go to the store and change my pantry items as a result of my needed nutrition. It is very easy to analyze your nutrition. For example, if you were trying to add your cereal to your nutrition diary, it is extremely simple. Put the bowl on the scale, press tare, put the cereal in, enter in the cereal type on the phone, pour in the milk, enter the milk type on the phone, and you are done. It does have a process, but it does make being healthy somewhat easier.
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