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Salter 6055SSDR Stainless-Steel Digital Kitchen Scale

by Salter

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  • Electronic kitchen scale weighs food up to 11 pounds or 5 kg in 1/8-ounce or 1-gram increments
  • Weigh directly on hygienic stainless-steel platform or in a bowl/container (not included)
  • Soft-touch buttons and easy-to-read angled LCD display; choose between metric or imperial
  • Auto or manual shut-off; dishwasher-safe stainless-steel platform cover; batteries included
  • Measures approximately 10 by 8-2/5 by 2-1/2 inches; 10-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 8.4 x 2.5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000G9YK24
  • Item model number: 6055SSDR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,374 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Amazon.com Product Description

A useful addition to any busy kitchen, this electronic kitchen scale by Salter makes it easy to weigh ingredients--no need to search around for the right-size measuring cup. The countertop unit weighs food up to 11 pounds or 5 kg in 1/8-ounce or 1-gram increments, and ingredients can be weighed directly on the scale's hygienic stainless-steel platform or in a bowl (not included). Simply turn the unit on with a press of the soft-touch button, choose between metric or imperial by pressing the "LB/KG" button, and place the food to be weighed on the platform. Info will automatically be displayed via the unit's easy-to-read angled LCD display, which offers 2/5-inch (10 mm) digits for clear viewing. When finished, the scale shuts off automatically, or it can be turned off manually with a quick press of the "off" button. For added convenience, the scale's removable stainless-steel platform cover cleans up quickly by hand or in the dishwasher. Batteries come included. Slim enough to slip into a drawer, yet sleek enough to leave out on the counter, the electronic kitchen scale measures approximately 10 by 8-2/5 by 2-1/2 inches and carries a 10-year limited warranty.

Product Description

The stainless steel cover removes for easy cleaning.The scale weighs up to 11-pound or 5kg.The weighing increments are 1/8th of and ounce or 1-gram.The angled 10mm LCD display is easy to read.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to use, easy to clean, and attractive.
Phronesis
It worked reliably until the past couple of weeks and is now dead.
J. Carlin
I like it because it shows fractional ounces, in 1/8 increments.
electonics hobbyist

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By delicateflower152 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 19, 2005
I originally purchased a Soehlne Hippo scale and gave it four stars. It went "bonkers" in less than 30 days, so I updated my review and would have downgraded it to "1" star, if I had been able to do so. I replaced the defective scale with the Salter 6055, which was the other scale that I considered purchasing. So far, I'm extremely pleased with the Salter. If it lasts longer than 30 days (the Soehlne didn't), then it's definitely a 5 star piece of equipment. The scale is more compact than the Soehlne, much more "hefty" in feel, and very much easier to use. The on/off, tare, and kg/lb buttons require only a light touch to operate. The readout is clear and actually shows weights in both odd and even amounts. The ounce/lb. readout shows amounts in 1/8 oz. increments; very nice touch. The removeable weighing platform is extremely handy; if you're a "messy" baker, which I am, you don't have to fret about water or soap damage to the electronic components. Based on the short time I've had to try out this item, I'd definitely purchase a Salter product instead of a Soehlne.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Bicycling Preacher on September 20, 2007
A good, quality scale is essential for consistent baking results. This scale does the job: simple to use, easy to clean, easily switches between U.S. and metric measurements, and nice long auto shut-off. I also like the fact that it takes up little countertop real estate AND that it is easily stored by standing on its side (if you so choose).

No more hunting for measuring cups, just put the bowl on the scale and tare between each item and you're done. This scale has been the one of choice in the test kitchens of the KING ARTHUR FLOUR (learned this via phone conversation with them) and is also highly rated by the good folks at COOK'S ILLUSTRATED.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By David Ahl on December 16, 2009
The 11-lb Salter scale is very nice as long as it works. On our scale, four sectors of the LCD display quit working after 2 years making it impossible to use. Salter scales are made in the UK and they no longer have a factory distributor in the USA. Salter is now represented by Taylor which has its own line of scales and they will not honor the Salter warranty. So the Salter 10-year warranty is a bad joke. I was told if I ship my scale to England and pay the return postage ($30 each way), Salter will fix it "free." If you're looking for a scale, get one from Oxo; at least they're based in the USA.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By arm0110 on August 1, 2007
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This was a replacement for an old Polder scale. I like this one better because you can switch between kg and lb on the fly, it has a washable stainless cover, and the buttons are sealed so if your fingers are damp when you push the buttons you won't damage your scale. It's very sleek and looks nice even if out on your kitchen counter. Highly recommend!
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By W. Munro VINE VOICE on February 18, 2008
I bought and used this scale for a few months to measure food quantities at each meal for a new fitness diet. The measurements and features worked great. The two main drawbacks (that led me to replace it with the Escali Primo) are:
(1) the very small display size -- I have "young" eyes, so if I'm having trouble reading it, I'm sure many others would.
(2) very slow calibration time (around 5-10 seconds average, but sometimes up to 20 seconds if it "feels" unstable), every time you turn on or tare. (This gets really old when you're measuring 5-6 different food items.)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Darby on April 25, 2010
Product: Salter 11-Pount Electronic Scale with Stainless Steel Top

I bought this scale when it first came out a few years back, after seeing some glowing recommendations for it in the King Arthur Flour catalog, and later in Cook's Illustrated. Overall, I'm very pleased with it.

Strengths:
* Good Capacity: It can handle up to 11 lbs.
* Good Precision: It's accurate to the nearest gram. Actually, if you count instances where it toggles back and forth between two readings, you can interpret that as half-gram precision ... but that's being a bit generous.
* Speed: The unit is able to tare quickly, and weight readings stabilize with equal speed.
* Durable: It's stainless, easy to clean, and moisture resistant.
* Battery: This uses the ubiquitous lithium pancake type batteries, whose chief advantage is very long life. The unit also conserves battery power by turning itself off automatically, after a minute or so of inactivity.
* ENGLISH/METRIC: The unit defaults to english, but switches to metric with the push of a button.

Weaknesses:
* MEMORY: It would be nice if this unit could remember, or enable you to hard-set, which measurement system it defaults to. As is, every tiume I turn it on, I have to press the button to change to metric.
* DISPLAY: I wish the automatic shutoff was a little slower than it is. The shutoff time is better than most, but would benefit from being even longer. I'd happily trade a small fraction of battery life for less instances of losing my measurement. However, there are ways around this {see HELPFUL TIPS below}.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By jimbo on June 18, 2009
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I have been using this scale for over a year. I use it for cooking and for portion control to help me maintain my weight (I lost 40 pounds and have kept it off for two years). It turns on and calibrates quickly. I just checked actual timing to be sure. It powers on in just less than 2 seconds, tare is 1 second, and switching display from oz. to grams is about 1/2 second.

The display can show grams or ounces with the quick push of a button. I have found it to be stable and reliable and it has stood up well. It is also easy to clean and the design minimizes nooks and crannies to avoid trapping food. The metal platform is easily removable and can be quickly wiped clean and replaced (in 30 seconds or less). The membrane style display also wipes clean quickly with no cracks or keys for the food to get into. I find the display very clear and easy to read with large black LED digital display. I just replaced the batteries today so I know it gets decent battery life. Overall a great instrument and I highly recommend it.

NOTE: it sits next to the microwave on my counter. If the microwave is running, the display reading will flutter and will not present a steady value. This is because the microwave has a fan which produces a small stream of air. This will also happen if the scale is next to a vibrating appliance like a mixer, or very close to a boiling pot or extreme heat source, in the path of moving air (e.g. exhaust fan updraft) or if you are weighing stuff during an earthquake. This may be the problem for those complaining that it calibrates slowly or doesn't `settle' on a weight.
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