Who knew you could get a top-rated smart scale for just $12?

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Zoetouch Smart Scale
This smart scale is seriously just $12! (Photo: Amazon)

Ready to be the healthiest version of yourself? We've found just the thing to help!

Right now, you can get a highly rated smart scale at Amazon for just $12 with the on-page coupon — seriously. The Zoetouch Smart Scale tracks your progress and sends data right to your phone.

It syncs with your smartphone via its own app, so you can check in on your weight and BMI progress from anywhere. The Zoetouch easily links up with the Google Fit, Fitbit and Apple Health apps, allowing you to feed your info into your favorite apps automatically.

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

$12 with coupon $15 at Amazon

Zoetouch Smart Scale and image of phone with the app
It easily syncs up with your phone. (Photo: Amazon)

Another cool feature: The Zoetouch will create a weekly, monthly and yearly progress graph for you in case you're a visual person.

This scale is also incredibly accurate thanks to four high-precision sensors. They measure weight in increments as small as 0.2 pounds to give you the best reading possible. (One happy reviewer swears the scale is as accurate as what they use at their doctor's office!)

Planning to have several people use the same scale? No problem! Both the scale and its corresponding 1byone health app can support multiple accounts on different phones, each with their own profile, so everyone can keep tabs on their own data.

To use the scale, simply step onto it and get an accurate reading within seconds. Auto calibration and an auto on-off function makes the whole process effortless.

For what it's worth, this scale looks cool, too. It's sleek and made from ultra-strong tempered glass with a sizable 2.8-by-1.3-inch backlit LED display, so you don't have to squint to see your data. The device is thin enough to slip under your dresser or vanity when not in use.

People can't say enough good things about the Zoetouch in the reviews. "Worth every penny!" wrote a thrilled fan. "I don't know what words to use to praise this scale. I did my homework and Fitbit wants $200 for their scale. This scale does all that their scale does and MORE!" Another fan deemed the Zoetouch the "best scale ever," adding that "it's the most consistent I've ever used."

More people praised the scale for being "easy to read" and having "an elegant look." And sure, it's easy to assume this smart scale can't be all that great for such a low price, but plenty of fans swear it is. "Don't be afraid of the price. I was too," a satisfied customer wrote, noting that it's an "excellent value, works good and looks ultra modern."

Seriously, what are you waiting for? It's just $12 if you click the on-page coupon, down from an already-low $15.

$12 with coupon $15 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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