Aesthetically pleasing despite some confusing design decisions.
Zwilling's not my favorite for a number of reasons, but this Enfinigy (ugh) line is at least interesting in principle, if not practice.
First off, I love that this scale is USB rechargeable. That kind of leap ahead of its competitors feels extremely out-of-character for Zwilling which had me excited.
In use, there are bits of fit and finish that feel pretty nice. I love the aesthetic of the seamless scale and display (although it can be hard to read the display when it's inside the platform).
I haven't torn it apart yet, but it also feels like Zwilling cheaped out on the internals (the stress gauges have a weird "bounce" to them).
This is super close to being best in class, but there are a few issues to work out. Maybe they can firmware update over that USB too?