Wyckoff, NJ, May 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- EatSmart Products, a manufacturer of innovative housewares products, announced that their Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale was named one of five winners in The Wall Street Journal’s Review of Digital Kitchen Scales. The WSJ Test Kitchen evaluated a dozen scales by weighing sugar, spinach, coffee, coins and “gooey liquids”. The Top 5 digital kitchen scales were chosen based on accuracy, appearance, ease of cleaning and general user-friendliness.
The Precision Pro was selected based on its precision and affordability, performing equal to or better than higher priced scales. The Precision Pro uses AAA batteries which were applauded by the WSJ test kitchen as a user-friendly feature, more economical and easier to buy, as opposed to the lithium batteries used by some of its competitors.
The Precision Pro has earned over 3,372 reviews with a 5 star average rating on Amazon.com. Included with the Precision Pro is a free Calorie Factors Book which informs the consumer on proper portion control and calorie counting.
Bill Geronimo RPh., President of EatSmart Products, acknowledged this award as “an honor to both EatSmart and the consumers who have purchased and endorsed this scale as an essential tool to achieve a healthier lifestyle.”
The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is available in five different colors and can be purchased online at eatsmartproducts.com and Amazon.com for $25.00.
For more information about the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale and other EatSmart Products, visit www.eatsmartproducts.com.