Mommy's Favorite Things: Ozeri Review

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Ozeri Review

I received a sample from Ozeri for the sole purpose of this review
I have worked with Ozeri multiple times now and have absolutely never been disappointed. They are constantly releasing new items and always have something fun to try out. 

We bought a good digital scale a little over a year ago and it recently broke (it was over $100!!!) so I contacted Ozeri about a new scale and this is the one I settled on. The Weight Master II. It can weigh up to 440 pounds so is the perfect scale in almost any family household.

A very simple scale to use. you get on and it tells you your weight at the top and your BMI at the bottom
Then it tells you whether you've gained or lost weight since your last 1, 3 and 7 weigh ins. It will be red if you gained and green if you lost. I also tells you how much weight you're up or down.

Overall the scale is very simple to use and navigate. It takes a reading within about 5 seconds of standing on it and it's dead accurate (comparable to the medical scale at my gym). 

You can also set up to 8 users on the scale, so it can track everyone's weight in the family with accuracy. 

Also features microban technology and antimicrobial protection which disrupts the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria. 

Price: Scale is $34.95 on Amazon

Overall: *****
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Ozeri in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Ozeri for allowing me to review this product


Unknown said...

Honestly I don't think I really like the idea of this scale. If you workout heavy and do weight training, which all women should do, the scale sometimes will go up based on increased muscle mass. If I were to get on here after a heavy leg day and it goes up, I would feel terrible when that little red light comes on, I would feel TERRIBLE even though it wasn't a bad increase. Uuuugggghhhh.... I think people, myself included sometimes, need to stop worrying about the number on the scale but how they feel and how their clothes fit.

Heather S said...

I'm with you Michelle. I am a weightlifter now. But I'm mostly focusing on dropping fat currently. This is a good reason why my weight has maintained the same the last 4 months, i'm losing fat, but gaining muscle. I no longer concentrate on the number, but it's still nice to have a scale and keep track.