Thursday, November 14, 2013

NutriCrystal Wireless Reflex Smart Food Scale Product Review (Tomoson)

I reviewed NutriCrystal Wireless Smart Food Scale, for honest review through Tomoson. the product was developed by Reflex Wireless. The Scale works with iOS and Android to help figure out daily nutrients. The scale also helps with portion control. I downloaded the software to my Mac. You also charge the scale using your  PC or batteries (4 AAA batteries)

The first step is hooking up the scale to the PC to charge. Then, you find the software, either in the Google Play Store or iTunes. You have to also sync the software with the scale.

Once the sync is complete, you place your food upon the scale. Zero out the scale by pressing the power/tare button first, The weight goes to the software. The software also pulls up nutritional information for the food(s).

There is also a desktop app available. The website provides a list of apps for iOS, Android, and Desktop (Windows). I do wish there was a standalone app for the Mac.

I downloaded the NutriPlus NFT and the Lite App to both the iPod and the Android to be on the safe side. It came in handy after the iPod hit the toilet, thanks to my youngest. I have about $50 saved up for a new one.

You also can manually record your foods.

The scale comes in 6 colors: white, blue, red, purple, pink, and green. The scale is 69.95 on the Reflex Wireless Store

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1 comment:

  1. I have also experienced problems with service from the nutriscale company. Ordered a scale over 3 weeks ago with expedited shipping. Spent 2 weeks calling them daily…no response. Questionable business practice company….I would be concerned about support with product issues


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