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Jennings CJ4000 4000g x 0.5g Digital Scale
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- 4000 gram capacity x 0.5 gram resolution plus ounce and pound weighing modes.
- Tare, auto-off and counting functions.
- Bright, backlit weight display.
- AC adapter and batteries included.
- 20 year manufacturer's warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
On the face of it, this seems like a great little scale. And it is, until it just stops working, like mine did. It displayed an error that indicated (according to their web site) that I had put too much weight on it. First of all, what scale BREAKS when too much weight is put on it? Their web site says THIS scale will. It does not "overload", or black out, or reset. It BREAKS! They say newer models don't have this problem. I would have to see it to believe it.
OK, stuff breaks. A big reason I bought this scale is that it advertises:
20 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY!
"If ya have a problem with this scale within the first twenty years ya own it, just send it to the Jennings warranty center. They'll fix or replace your scale, and have it on it's way back to ya within two working days."
NOT TRUE! This scale is less than 6 months old, and, after jumping through all their hoops in returning the scale for warranty repair or replacement, Jennings Scales, the manufacturer, has answered only one of my 6 emails in the last 7 weeks with a perfunctory question: When did you mail it to us? Apparently they LOST my scale. Luckily, I sent it via USPS Priority Mail, which had delivery confirmation. Jennings did not even sign the email. GOOD LUCK trying to call. They refer you to the website for technical questions, and if you choose to hold, like I did one day, you can wait, apparently, until the cows come home, while listening to their country music. No one ever picks up!
This scale DID work great, until it broke.Read more ›
Few days later scale stopped working showing *ERR* message on startup which according to the manual means scale is dead (supposedly after putting too much weight on it).
I only used it to measure coffee and tea using less than 10% of the official capacity so no reason for this scale to FAIL !!!
I removed batteries and used the AC power instead and scale came back to life, but for some reason it was showing highest mark in the weight-meter (which should mean I got more than 3500 grams on scale) while scale was empty!!!
I used it for few times and then it died again with the same error message.'
Disconnecting it from power and powering it back again brought it to life (again weight-meter showing 3500 on an empty scale) , but once I turned it off it refused to come back to life.
This is a real piece of junk and should not be put on sale !!!
Of-course there is no one to talk to at Jennings...
I read somewhere that Jennings was acquired few years back by some holding company so I guess it is milking the brand for all it's worth while selling cheap generic scale under its name.
I occasionally use a scale when baking; however, I daily use a scale when measuring my standard poodle’s fresh, raw food. I’m interested in accuracy – isn’t everyone who uses a scale?
I started having problems with the scale staying at “0.00,” and my husband suggested I change the batteries. I replaced the original ones with fresh, new Duracell batteries. This seemed to fix the problem. However, in less than two months I began to experience inaccuracies. My latest purchase of frozen dog food was in small 3.2 oz. medallions instead of the 8 oz. patties I had been purchasing. I weigh one day’s frozen medallion patties so that they can thaw in the refrigerator for use the next day. I measure in excess of the 28.32 oz. needed for three feedings of 9.44 oz. Last week I ran out of food during my dog’s third feeding. Gosh, I thought, I must have weighed wrong.
Now alerted, I was careful to make sure I weighed out an excess of 28.32 oz. And again – three times – I was short of food on my last feeding. You do the math: 9.44 x 3 = 28.32. The batteries had been replaced only two months previously. While it’s challenging to test calibration of a home scale when you’re not a commercial establishment under FDA rules like my pet store where their scales are tested annually, it is certainly obvious when a scale cannot be accurate against itself. Upon reflection, I truly cannot say if the scale had ALWAYS been inaccurate against itself or if this was a new occurrence. While using the 8 oz. patties, I was blaming the weight problems on the manufacturer. Now I realize there is a chance that it might have been the Jennings CJ4000 scale all along.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works as advertised. Slightly less responsive that I would want. Also, the slight cracks around the display screen make it hard to completely clean. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Bryan Donaldson
Easy to use, quick reading, large enough base to hold large bowls and a tare/zero button. Definitely worth the money.Published 2 days ago by Jason Hinkle
After a year of normal use, this scale became inaccurate. I messed up a recipe while using it and decided to check the accuracy by weighing 500 mL of water. Read morePublished 5 days ago by sarah c.
Accurate enough but only by .5g. When using this scale for pour over the weight changes as the water drips down. That defeats the whole purpose of using it for pour over. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Healing Cave Lady
This scale is great, except for it came with dead batteries. Thankfully it has an AC adapter which I've been using. I'm going to ask the company to replace the batteries.Published 5 days ago by Tasha
This scale is everything I could have ever asked for in a kitchen scale. I only use it for brewing coffee in my Chemex at this point but with how perfect this thing is, I know I... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Hunter!