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BodyTrace debuts GSM-equipped eScale

One of the easiest ways these days to keep track of one's weight while on a diet is having a scale that can track and automatically upload stats to an online profile. BodyTrace has come out their eScale, a GSM-enabled device that promises a simple and private tracking system.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

One of the easiest ways these days to keep track of one's weight while on a diet is having a scale that can track and automatically upload stats to an online profile. BodyTrace has come out their eScale, a GSM-enabled device that promises a simple and private tracking system.

With GSM support, eScale users can upload weight and BMI statistics to an online account automatically to a private account. No Wi-Fi configuration needed. Specific stats that can also be traced online are water in-take, fat, protein, carbs and energy. BodyTrace states that the average eScale user loses 2.4 pounds per week.

If you're very serious about keeping records on your weight, eScale's prices aren't too bad, with programs starting at $9.99 per month with a one-year contract or a $59.99 flat rate without a time commitment. Both pricing options, however, have a $9.99 fee tacked on top for initial set-up.

And if you're not happy with your eScale, there is a 30-day guarantee that will grant a refund and your "old body" back.

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