Product Spotlight: Meet the EatSmart Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale

Eatsmart_voyager_digital_luggage_scale_featuredLet’s face it – travel can be stressful. When packing, the last thing you need to worry about is the weight of your luggage. Unfortunately, most airlines now impose a strict 50 pound weight limit on checked bags. If your bag weighs in over the limit at the airport, you will have to pay additional fees or rearrange the contents of your bags at the check-in counter. Thankfully, with the EatSmart Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale you can know exactly how much your bag weighs before leaving home. It enables travelers to quickly and easily weigh luggage up to 110 lbs / 50 kg and avoid overweight baggage fees. Simply clip the scale to your suitcase or bag, and lift. When the weight has been determined (within a few seconds), the scale beeps and the luggage weight will instantly appear on the large, backlit LCD screen. It takes measurements in pounds and kilograms, making it perfect for traveling internationally. Any tip or tool that reduces travel stress is invaluable. The Voyager is a savvy travel accessory for frequent fliers who are always on the go or casual vacationers with a history of overpacking. All travelers will benefit from a lightweight scale that saves them time, hassle and money.

Meet the Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale:

Here's the front of the box:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale - the Box

Here's the back of the box:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale - Back of the Box

What's in the box:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale - Inside the Box Inside the box, you will find the luggage scale and an instruction manual.

Size of the scale:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale - SizeThe Voyager is measures 5.2" long and easy folds up for storage. For context of the scale’s size, here it is next to a can of Coke.

Battery compartment:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale - Battery Flip over the scale and you will find the battery compartment. The scale comes with the CR2032 lithium battery, needed for operation. All you have to do is pull out the plastic tab and the scale is ready to go. NOTE: There is no need to unscrew the compartment at first use. You will need to use a Phillips-Head screwdriver when the battery needs to be replaced. The auto shut-off feature extends battery life by turning off the unit after 20 seconds of inactivity.

Easy clip buckle: EatSmart Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale Buckle

Simply clip the EatSmart buckle to the handle of a suitcase or bag.

EatSmart SmartGrip two-handed design:

EatSmart Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale in Use Our proprietary Two-Handed SmartGrip design allows for easier lifting of even the heaviest bags.

Two measurement modes:

You can easily switch between pounds and kilograms by pressing the unit button. The Voyager measures in graduation increments of 0.1 lbs / 0.1 kgs.

Easy to read LCD screen:

precision-voyager-top-lcdThe LCD screen features a bright blue backlight, making it easy to see in any lighting.

Auto Shut-Off:

eatsmart-precision-voyager-digital-luggage-scale-autoshutoff The Precision Voyager automatically turns off after 20-seconds to conserve battery power.

Invest now, save later:

ESP_voyager_price_square Never pay overweight baggage fees again! Save money in the long run by investing in this simple travel scale.

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As with all EatSmart scales, the Precision Voyager includes our 100% satisfaction guarantee and two-year warranty.

Click here to purchase the Precision Voyager for only $14.95.


Do you have any questions about our the Precision Voyager Luggage Scale? Please comment below or tweet to us @eatsmartscales. We’re here to help!

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