Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Have you noticed that every piece of equipment whether kitchen, bathroom – any kind of electronic really gets more and more complicated as time goes on. People try to make things better which in turn can make them more complicated. Products get more buttons, thicker manuals, and plain more high tech.
Not everyone wants everything super high tech. Some times it's perfectly fine for something to be basic. Something as simple as a screw driver can be pure and great as long as it does the job it's supposed to do. Sometimes that's all people want.
Take the MIRA Digital Bathroom Scale, for example. It's a great little scale that guess what? – weighs you!! There's no high tech thrills. No changing between users, bluetoothing to your phone, calculating your BMI. Simple can be a great thing!
With this scale you can just step on it and it starts weighing you right away. There's no tapping on it first waiting for it to get to zero. Just stand on it and your weight will be calculated within a few seconds and nicely displayed on the blue backlit screen. The numbers are fairly large on the display making them real easy to see. I bet I could even read them with my contacts out (if I squinted a bit).
It's a very modern looking scale being low profile and in a black and silver color theme. It's a perfect scale for those that want to just weigh themselves and that's it. If your grandparents or parents are anything like mine basic is just fine with them. Might be a great gift for them or someone that plans on trying a weight loss system like Weight Watchers or Nutrisystem. You can buy the MIRA Digital Bathroom Scale on Amazon for less than $25.
I totally agree with you to K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid) when it comes to overstepping with technology advances. No need to reinvent the wheel sometimes, huh? That doesn’t mean that a lot of good things don’t come from technology too! I laughed out loud at the changing users part. Could you imagine that with a talking scale for one user in the house it responds with, “Ohhh noo!” and the other it says, “Ahhh, thank goodness…” 🙂 I’m interested in this scale for sure, Krystle!
Sorry I’ve been backed up on comments and everything being on vacation. Hehe too funny. Yes, some technological advances well aren’t really worth. I mean how lazy do they really want us to be? LOL.