I recently was given the opportunity to review the NutriCrystal Wireless Smart Food Scale
for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.
Now let me begin by telling you all why this product is fabulous. You see I have lately been trying to watch the amount of what I eat and had been using a app on my phone where I had to enter everything in manually and sometimes I would forget to do because I did not have my phone around me. Well with this food scale it something that is very easy to keep in your kitchen, does not take hardly any room at all and the best part it is wireless so no worries to worry about at all. My eight year old has even been able to use this.
The application work with Iphone, Android and PC.
The app is very user friendly to use and install. It has been so much easier for me to keep track of my food intake now with the NutriCrystal scale because I am not guesstimating on food items. So whether you are trying to watch your portions or taking care of someone who is sick and they have a special type of diet to where they are only allowed certain amounts of things then this is perfect for you too. You see not only does it weigh food but it also does liquids too.
ReFleX specializes in engineering and designing wireless sensing solutions that support medical, industrial and consumer applications. The company began as a school project (Code Name: Project Z) in September 2010. Its original goal was to answer the Engineering Challenge set by STA (the Society for Technology in Anesthesia) to create a wireless multi-patient monitoring system for use in hospital wards. As a result of the encouragement that the team received from STA in January 2010, team Project Z decided to summon its business acumen and put a plan together to participate in business plan competitions under the name ReFleX Wireless. The word “ReFleX” was coined by the team’s computer engineer, Carol Lee, to reflect the team’s desire to create an automated patient monitoring system that could act without thinking.
Since February 2011, the team participated in several international business plan competitions: Nebraska Venture Competition (2nd Place), San Diego State University Venture Challenge and Elevator Pitch Competition of Wake Forest University in Northern Carolina. The team’s hard work culminated in the first placement at NYC Next Idea competition in early April 2011, where ReFleX was awarded a cash price, a short meeting with Mayor Bloomberg and six months of free office space in New York City to launch its business.
Currently ReFleX Wireless Inc. is a B.C. incorporated company with six full-time and four part-time employees, and is jointly supported by BCIC, UBC UILO and Wavefront. In the next three years, ReFleX will begin to revolutionize the process of care delivery, starting from its hometown – Vancouver.
The core objective of the company is focusing on delivering wireless sensing technology, that will help healthcare providers around the world to make their services more accessible, affordable and providing better patient outcome.
ReFleX NutriCrystal is a Bluetooh enabled, glass-top kitchen scale that permits users to track their calorie intake with ReFleX NutriPlus (our iOS and Android app), desktop application or any other authorized mobile apps. For more informaiton, please visit www.nutricrystal.com
NutriPlus Android App:
|Wireless Communication:||Bluetooth 2.1 EDR and 4.0 (Dual Mode)|
|Weight Range:||upto 5000g|
|Battery:||Rechargable Lithium Polymer Battery|
|Battery Life:||upto 24 days|
|Light Indicator||Blue (Bluetooth connection), Red (Charging)|
|Dimension:||230 x 160 x 25mm|
|Surface Finishing:||Tempered Glass|
Reflex Inc also carries some other health products too. To see the other products they carry click HERE. If you want to purchase the NutriCrystal Wireless Food Scale for $69.95 click HERE.
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