Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Eat Smart Precision Pro Kitchen Scale Giveaway

Did you read my Eat Smart Precision Pro Kitchen Scale review last week?

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I am so excited to share this news… Eat Smart wants to give one of my readers a Precision Pro Kitchen Scale just like the one in my review.

So, if you live in Canada or the U.S. and would like to have one of these scales, here is how to enter the giveaway:


Leave a comment on this post and tell me why you want to win. Make sure you leave an email address so I can find you easily if you win, PLEASE.

Bonus entry:

For an additional entry, tweet about the giveaway and include @EatSmartScales and @WeCanBegin2Feed and a link to this post in your tweet.  You do not need to leave an additional comment.   If you tweeted as indicated, I will find it.  Simply Retweeting my tweet or someone else's tweet does not qualify. You must post an original tweet.

The giveaway will be open until 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on Sunday, February 3rd, 2013.  I will select a winner on Monday, February 4th, 2013, and try to contact the winner by email and also share the winner’s name on this post.  If I do not receive an email in response from the winner by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, February 7th, 2013, I will select a different winner.

The prize will be provided and directly sent to the winner by Eat Smart Products.

I am hosting this same giveaway for the same scale on another blog eatrunsail ... there is only the one scale to be awarded and it is being advertised on both blogs.  You can enter there as well if you like.  If you enter on both blogs you can have a maximum of 4 entries.


This giveaway is now closed and the lucky winner is
I have sent an email message to the winner and hope to hear back soon!


  1. I want to win so I can use this to bake some treats for my sister's bridal shower in March!


  2. Have always wanted to try out a kitchen scale! Thanks for hosting this giveaway. I always wonder what the diff between a small banana and a medium banana is - nutritional guidelines provide info in ounces - so this can be very useful.

  3. kevershed@persona.ca30 January 2013 at 07:11

    I would love to win this scale. I liked that you can weigh multiple things at once just by zeroing the scale.

    I especially like the ability to accumulate/calculate calories for the day.

    Weighing and measuring is important to me, to assist in my weight loss journey. Proportioning correctly ultimately leads to success.

    So happy that this opportunity to win has presented itself!

  4. Ooh, I would love one- I never got one for myself, and have several recipes (baking) that I'd love to use this for!

  5. Weighing my food helps me recognize appropriate portion sizes, so I can keep on track with my weight loss. I would love to win the high-quality Precision Pro Kitchen Scale, because it would help me meet my goals!

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      (sorry, forgot to add that!)

  6. I tweeted about the giveaway!


    Thank you!!

  7. I've never used a scale, so this would be fun!

  8. I want to win this because I want to start weighing my food and making sure I'm having the proper portion. I think my wife would use the scale in her baking as well.


  9. I'd love to win this! I need to get back to checking my portion sizes. Amazing how they tend to 'creep' over time...
    (Also, a scale like this is great for weighing yarn to figure out whether you have enough left to complete the 2nd sock! LOL)

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway Elle!

  10. I want to win this because I have done really well with exercise and now I am really focused on nutrition. I don't have a scale and desperately need one to help me with my new endeavor of healthy cooking!

  11. Love kitchen scales! Mine seems to be on the fritz so I'd love to replace it! This looks like a great one! Weighing my food really makes me realize how much I'm eating and that my eyes are truly bigger than my stomach as they say! courtney.messierlee@gmail.com

  12. I want to win this scale because I cook and bake a LOT and prefer to measure my ingredients using grams/ ounces, rather than with measuring cups. I believe scales are way more accurate, especially for tricky recipes.

  13. I want to win because simple sizes (by eye) are not good enough to figure out calories and stuff and for baking!


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