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Salter 11-Pound Square Stainless-Steel Digital Kitchen Scale

by Salter

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  • Cleanly-designed square scale weighs up to 11 pounds (5 kg)
  • Hygienic stainless-steel platform resists stains and flavor carry-over
  • Weigh directly on platform or use with a bowl
  • Features add-and-weigh, auto shut-off, and auto zero
  • 10-year warranty; includes long-life lithium battery

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.2 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000YWUW2
  • Item model number: 1004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #266,541 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Salter's model 1004 with its highly popular solid state styling, has a stainless steel surface that can be used with a bowl or weigh directly onto the platform plus the add n weigh feature. The surface is resistant to staining or flavor carry-over and has a large 11mm, easy to read LCD. With a 10 year warranty, long life lithium battery this scale has an Excellence in Housewares Award Winning Design.

Amazon.com

Complementing kitchens with stainless steel appliances, this simple yet modern scale is so cleanly designed that the entire top surface is the weighing platform. Measuring 7-1/2 inches square by 1 inch in height, the slim scale slips neatly into a drawer or cupboard or even stores vertically—but it’s attractive enough to leave out on the counter. Food and other items can be weighed in a bowl or directly on the stainless-steel platform, which hygienically resists staining and flavor carry-over between weighings. The add-and-weigh function conveniently allows different ingredients to be added one after the other into the same bowl by pushing the on button in-between each ingredient. Measurements read digitally in precise 1/8-ounce increments for the first 5 pounds, then in 1/4-ounce increments up to 11 pounds. When switched to metric, the scale weighs in 2-gram increments up to 2 kilograms, then 5-gram increments up to 5 kilograms. Like all of Salter’s electronic kitchen scales, this one features a high precision strain-gauge weight sensing system, low battery indicator, and auto zero function. Salter includes two long-life lithium batteries and covers the scale with a 10-year warranty. --Ann Bieri

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Well worth the premium.
Darrin Johnson
This scale works very well, is accurate, and easy to use.
Robert Nelson
The overall feel of the device was cheap.
Michael Burton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By mcenut on July 10, 2006
Bought the Salter 1004 Digital Kitchen Scale a few months back and have used it to weigh everything from food to a pine wood derby car. While it's not accurate beyond one quarter of an ounce, it is accurate enough for weighing sliced carrots for a stir fry. So if you are looking for a scale to weigh gold dust, look at another model.

The auto zero function is by far the best loved feature of this scale. You place the bowl on the scale first, press the on button and then toss the food being weighed into the bowl. It couldn't be simpler and there is proprietary bowl that constantly needs cleaning before the next use.

The easy to clean stainless steel surface makes the scale something always ready for use. And the fact that you can store the scale vertically means it can be stored in that unused space between the wall and another kitchen appliance. Which saves tons of space on the kitchen counter without making the scale something so hard to get to it is never used.

While it's not the cheapest scale on the market, this feature rich model is well worth its price tag. Treat is with care and it will be the last kitchen scale you will ever need to buy.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By meow on February 4, 2006
I bought this for the simple design, ability to store upright to save counter space, and the ease of switching between oz. and grams with a button on the front (unlike the Soehlne that was rated best by Cooks Illustrated). That said, the scale is so small that it's sometimes difficult to read the display. Also, it's not terribly accurate. If you want to test it, try weighing 10 quarters. They should total 2 oz. Mine read 1 3/4 oz. If you need super precision, this is not for you. I especially like the conversion between grams and oz. I use a lot of international recipes that use the metric system.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By J. Fisher on October 5, 2005
I chose this Salter scale because the smooth surface allows for more room to weigh food. Also, there are no edges to impede the use of a bowl. I haven't been disappointed!! It is superslim, lightweight, and easy to clean. You can choose between grams and ounces, zero out when you are using a container, and it turns off automatically. My favorite feature is the ability to add or subtract food while weighing - perfect for ensuring that my portions are the right size!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Darrin Johnson on March 13, 2006
The Salter 1004 11-Pound Square Stainless-Steel Digital Kitchen Scale is one of those appliances that you are delighted to leave out on the counter. The scale has a small footprint, stylish design and cool stainless steel construction. Functionally it is simple to use with a push of a button (or two if you want to switch between grams and ounces) with a clearly visable LCD display. Make sure you have some stainless steel cleaner to make clean up of spills a breeze. This scale is a form and function dream over the clunky mechanical scales. Well worth the premium.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Shelton on February 9, 2007
Salter/Taylor Co.: Great folks to do business with; after 5 or 6 years, Salter 6055 died under 10year warranty. Customer service new pho. 866-843-3905 (Google 'salterhousewares'); super pleasant, cooperative, efficient. 6055's are "out of production" so they're sending a 1004, very similar mechanically, without any hassle.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael Burton on June 30, 2008
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I purchased a $25 Escali scale that had been rated fairly high on Amazon, but I found that it looked pretty cheap when I received it. I decided I wanted something that would look better in my kitchen, so I exchanged it and paid twice the price for this Salter, which seemed like it might be a good fit given the reviews and pictures.

The Salter does look a little better, but not by a lot. It uses a similar cheap plastic for its base. The metal measuring surface is a thin layer of sheet metal that does a lot to hide the plastic and improve the overall look of the device, but on my unit the glue binding metal to plastic was starting to come undone. The overall feel of the device was cheap. In addition, it uses button batteries instead of something you're more likely to keep stocked around the house.

I return the Salter and purchased the Oxo, which appears to be better than the Salter in every way. They're both the same price, the Oxo is higher quality, looks better, the screen is more informative, and it takes regular batteries.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dan Huse VINE VOICE on June 9, 2007
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This scale was purchased for use in a bakery, where water, flour, and other messy ingredients are used regularly. It cleans up very easily, and it makes weighing ingredients in bowls or measuring cups simple. You will not be disappointed with this scale. I don't think you could beat it for this price.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mark on April 14, 2007
This is a good product for small kitchen use. The 1st one I purchased came in defective, but Amazon quickly replaced the unit at no charge to me. The second one works fine.
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