Here’s how this nutrition scale rocks – its display looks just like the side of any box you pick up at the supermarket with data on fat, carbs, protein, sodium, etc. For those of that do look at the sides of boxes, this is easy to understand.
Built into its thin little brain is a database of almost 2000 foods, and it can track your daily totals. It measures to sizes as small as 1oz or 1g.
While a similar scale we reviewed, the EatSmart, has some more power with foods in its database and more nutritional info, the Perfect Portions no-learning-curve-needed approach is a winner.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)