Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages*, step right up and guess the weight of this piece of chocolate for a chance to win an EatSmart Precision Pro – Multifunction Digital Kitchen Scale.

Leave a comment by 11:59 PM CST on Tuesday, February 9 with your email address and a guess (you can guess in grams, ounces, pounds, or kilograms). The closest guess wins! If more than one person guesses correctly, I will randomly select the winner from everyone who guessed correctly.

More About The EatSmart Precision Pro – Multifunction Digital Kitchen

Judging by the Guidebook to Calorie Counting that came with the EatSmart Precision Pro – Multifunction Digital Kitchen Scale that I was sent for review, most people use their digital scales for counting calories. Not me! A cupcake blogger counting calories would be like a marathon runner counting each step – it’s best not to think about it.

I most often use my kitchen scale for CHOCOLATE! I buy baking chocolate in large blocks, chop off the amount I need with my chocolate chipper (one of my favorite kitchen tools) and use my scale to weigh out the quantity that I need.

My second favorite use of my kitchen scale has nothing to do with the kitchen. I use it to weigh letters so that I know how much postage to use – it’s really handy.

Like your bathroom scale, the main point of your kitchen scale is to weigh something accurately; everything else is just bells and whistles. Here are the bells and whistles that make the Precision Pro a nice choice:

- It can weigh up to 11 pounds.
- It’s precise to .05 ounce / 1 gram increments.
- It measures in four different units: grams / ounces / pounds / kilograms.
- It has a tare (most digital scales do – don’t get one without it). This lets you set the weight of a container to zero so that you can measure only the weight of its contents.

*One guess per person + sorry, but EatSmart is only able to ship to a US winner.

3 lbs 4 ounces.

18.2 oz

catsengsourichanh@gmail.com

28.2oz?!

1 pound, 15 ounces

1 pound, 6 ounces

1.24 lbs.

A complete and total guess.

2 pounds and 4 ounces.

4 lbs 9 oz

1 lb, 4 oz?

2 lb 6 ounces

2 lbs. 1 oz.

buda23@sbcglobal.net

1 pound, 12 ounces?

2lbs 9 ounces

450 g?

33 oz.

jakannan at gmail dot com.

26.2 oz

1lb 7.5oz

390g

eric.john.miller@gmail.com

OH, man – this is hard, but that scale looks so nice!! I’m going to say 28 oz. Hope I’m close!

2 lbs 10 oz

1 lb, 4 oz

4 pounds 12 oz

jessica@rocketqueencupcakes.com

OH man, I have no idea… 3 lbs 3 oz.?!

uhhhh I’m gonna take a stab at 23.5 ounces. Totally guessing but I hope it’s me, it would be fun to have one of those around!

51oz

katie@runawayoctober.com

2 lbs, 1 oz.

cupcakeactivist@gmail.com

10 ounces

2 lb 2 oz

2.34 pounds lmullen02@gmail.com

18.73oz

4 lbs 3 oz…… fingers crossed

phan.nang@gmail.com

320g

yummy Belgian chocolate!

3 lbs

8 oz!

I reckon 400g, please let it be me!

510 g

schmontology@gmx.com

42.55 oz

2 pounds, 6 ounces

jennifer(dot)arnold11(at)gmail(dot)com

17 oz.?

1lb 6oz

14.2 ounces

13.8 oz…

Ummm… I’m gonna go with 14 ounces!

387 grams

13.05 ounces

9 oz???

30 oz.

3.3 lbs

liliac1234@yahoo.com

19.1 ounces.

2.5 ounces

2.8 lbs!

1.33 lbs?

1 lb. 13 oz.

1 lb 7 oz!

1.6 pounds.

20 oz

.31 kg

mcschoon at gmail dot com

9.2424 oz. spot-on, right?

22 ounces

jbgersh@hotmail.com

2 lb. 5 oz.

kelly.cram@yahoo.com

350g

Beautiful scale and beautiful chocolate!! I think it may weigh 2lbs.6oz. Thanks!

I’ll say 283 grams.

21.5 oz.

1.94 ounces

1lb 5.7oz

250 grams

unclejoe

42 oz

olivejuice04@hotmail.com

3 lbs 8 ounces

michellefefer@aol.com

3lb 9oz

513g

2lbs 1 oz.

2 lbs. 2 1/2 ounces.

Now I’m going off to find some chocolate.

1 lb, 2 oz

1 lb. 11 oz

1492 grams

crynyd {at} gmail [dot] com

5lbs, 8.5oz

email: ana153@students.jwu.edu

10.2 ounces

Ps2001@AOL.com

denisedoez@mac.com

8.65 ounces?

24.8 ounces.

I really need a new scale! My Salter just stopped working!

schofieldfamily at gmail dot com

1.55 pounds is my guess.

I’m 467 grams

nagini_snake@web.de

14.3 ounces.

lexib0t@verizon.net

250grams

11.2 oz

That chocolate looks delicious.

3 lbs.

1 lb. 11 oz.

1lb 2.5oz

mleehatch@gmail.com

11 oz

2lb 13oz!

stessapeers@gmail.com

350g?

heaven_cole8@yahoo.com

10.1 oz.

4 lbs 3 oz

tiffanicar@msn.om

487g

8.7 oz

I’m guessing 2lb 14ounces….

nataliem@uci.edu

1 lb 9 oz

21.6 oz

misspockets123@yahoo.com

2.14 lbs

2.78lb?

um…410 grams?

Just enough for my tummy

I’m gonna go with 4 lbs 9 oz

42.7 oz

17.9 ounces?

1 lbs 13oz

I am going to go with 4 lbs. 2 oz. Thanks

I am guessing 100 grams.

5.5oz

2 lbs and 11 oz.

1 pound and 4 ounces

Wow I really have no idea… I’ll say 2lbs and 4oz. Thanks for the chance to win

Going with 2.87 pounds

Thanks

Chris

zekks at yahoo dot com

8.5 ounces

1 pound 3 oz

voodookitten at tx dot rr dot com

12.5 Ounces

fromaggista at gmail dot com

12 ounces.

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My guess is right around ~1.65 kg.

Either way, that’s some tasty future noms you have there. ^_^

afrotiffy (at) gmail (dot) com

58.2 ounces

1 pound. louardani@gmail.com

20.3 oz

1lb 8 oz

falk.cj@gmail.com

Hmmm… I’m going to pull the Price Is Right trick and say 1 ounce.

ButterYum

PS – I don’t like to advertise my email address, so you can get a hold of me on my blog if I win. Hope that’s okay.

Take care, and thanks for the opportunity to win.

195 grams. Where do you get your chocolate, I used to get Ghirardelli around Xmas at Trader Joes but they stopped selling

Joeneke

visit my blog

maureens cookie jar

9.5 oz

1.83 lbs.??? http://missjilliandesigns.blogspot.com/

6 OZ

13.1 oz

mcparson (at) ucsd (dot) edu

1 lb 3 oz

2 pounds 2 ounces. (?)

ttwsweep(at)hotmail(dot)com

1 pound 4 ounces

leannek.barrett@gmail.com

27.2 oz

melscala at gmail

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2 lbs 7 oz

exoduslaughin (at) yahoo (dot) com

4.3 pounds

14.01 oz

marcantiques@yahoo.com

7.7 oz

1/2 lb messexwb@gmail.com

I’m going to guess 1 lb. 2 ounces.

nutmegnanny(at)hotmail(dot)com

1 lb. 3.5 oz

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im gonna say 16.8 ounces

t0kk3n@gmail.com

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235g

4.2 lbs.

2 lbs 3 oz

stacdjen@gmail.com

1.62 lbs

HJ Morse

hmorse@kings.k12.ca.us

19.6 oz

Nolie13@hotmail.com

1 lb 8 oz.

contact me at:

celeste@mail4me.com

I’m gonna go with 8 ounces!

Me e-mail addy is on my blogger profile

I’ll guess 1 pound, 2 ounces!

facepalms[at]gmail[dot]com

47 oz.

bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

1 pound, 12 ounces

mainah@gmail.com

5kg

160g

tongyan92@gmail.com

I guess 16.5 ounces.

couponsiwant(at)verizon(dot)net

I’m guessing 2 lbs 2 oz!

kricket357@aol.com

1lb 8oz

What a fun way to enter!! I’ve always wanted a kitchen scale!!

Let’s see… hm, I think 1-lb, 3.5-oz.

Thanks for the chance!

3 pounds 8 oz

2.5 pounds!

Even if I don’t win, thank you so much for the information about the scale! I have been looking for one that I can use for bread baking – one that goes to as low as .05!

1 lb 9 oz.

Fun giveaway! I hope I win.

24 oz

aunteegem@yahoo.com

1.5 ounces!

25 ounces!

bigfat_toe@hotmail.com

My guess is 19.75oz!!!

22.4 ounces?

13.7 ounces

4oz

19.6oz…jes02004@gmail.com

1 lb. 7 oz.

1 lb 4 oz

1 lb 2 oz ward@atcnet.net

8.9 oz

mammabear06 at gmail dot com

1 lb 9 oz

784 grams

paola_maciel_249@hotmail.com

25.3 oz

3 lbs 7 ounces

4lb 6oz

sum1otherthanu (at) hotmail (dot) com

1 pound 7.5 ounces?

yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

12 oz.

Deborah

comfortjoydesigns AT gmail DOT com

Michigan Addy Ready

2.25 kg

bat21.2008[AT]gmail.com