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Salter 3007 Bakers Dream Aquatronic Kitchen Scale

by Salter

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  • Large LCD Display
  • Tare Feature allows you to set to "zero" after placing bowl on scale platform.
  • Manual and Auto shutoff
  • Weighs to 11 lbs or 5 kg in increments of 1/4 lb or 5 grams.
  • Weighs to 500ml. Or 175 fluid ounces in increments of 5 ml. or 1/4 fluid ounce

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 9.8 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00007KMN7
  • Item model number: 3007BDWHLDR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,884 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Baker's Dream has the design to measure both liquid and dry ingredients in the same recipe'.This Salter innovation means "no need for measuring cups" again. Simply put dry or liquid ingredients into a bowl and use the special conversion buttons to swithch from pounds and ounces to liquid ounces-also will measure in kilograms and millileters

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After baking a batch of cookies you no longer have a sink full of dirty measuring cups and bowls.
Willa
I don't really have a problem with cleaning the scale because I don't put the things I'm weighing in direct contact with the scale.
A. Wallerstein
Money well spent, and just more proof that the folks at America's Test Kitchen are bang-on when they recommend something.
c.e.kestner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Willa on March 18, 2006
This was the first kitchen scale I've ever used. What a difference a scale makes in baking! After baking a batch of cookies you no longer have a sink full of dirty measuring cups and bowls. The only drawback to this scale is it isn't precise enough. It only weighs in 5 gram or 1/4 oz increments so if you need an ingredient that weighs 106 grams or 1/8 oz, the scale will only weigh 105/110 grams or 1/4 oz. Once you get into weighing ingredients you find this lack of specificity inadequate.

As far as its ability to weigh liquids, I've found I rarely use it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Grant on January 19, 2006
I've used this for over 2 years and haven't had a bit of trouble. Works every time, and I use it every day.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Helen on May 18, 2007
I've had this scale for about 3 years, and it's worked fine, and seems fairly accurate. My biggest problem (and the reason for the 3-star rating) is that, when measuring in ounces, it's only accurate to a quarter of an ounce. For most things this is fine, but I've run into some situations (particularly when measuring small amounts of things like baking powder/soda or salt) when accuracy down to a tenth of an ounce (or less) would have been preferable. I love not having to bother with measuring cups any more, but with this scale you still have to break out the measuring spoons to measure small amounts.

Not really sure what "DeepFreeze3" is referring to with respect to this scale being difficult to use. I've never had a problem reading the LED or pressing the buttons, all of which seem perfectly serviceable to me. Cleaning has never been an issue.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By c.e.kestner on January 8, 2008
I've had this about two years now, and like it as much today as when it was new.

I like the unobstructed platform (not all scales are), and the membrane switches which are goo-proof. The display is easy to read, even for us blindos.

Weighing stuff in containers is a breeze - just put an empty container on the platform prior to power-up (which causes the scale to ignore the container's weight). Then, put your stuff in the container.

Money well spent, and just more proof that the folks at America's Test Kitchen are bang-on when they recommend something.
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By DeepFreeze3 on December 3, 2006
Being that the Salter 3007 Aquatronic Kitchen Scale has an extremely non-ergonomic design, I found that cleanups were a MAJOR pain!! I also ended up hating how the LCD readout was over to the right, instead of at the front where it should've been (JEEZ!! All the times I had to spend bending my head sideways just to see what the measurement was!!) The buttons? I found that they had to be pressed more than two to three times just to even work!! And, finally, the measurements I ended up getting just weren't that accurate.

Anybody thinking of getting this scale should instead go for the Salter 3003 Aquatronic Glass Kitchen Scale. It's ergonomic design allows for easier cleanups, the LCD readout is at the front (where it should be), the buttons actually work the first time you press them, and measurements are much more accurate. Plus, it isn't made of cheap plastic. It's made of sturdy stainless steel.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joanne on December 29, 2010
Love this scale...let me count the ways...(1) it weighs both solids and water-based liquids (2) it weighs up to 11 lbs. (most scales only go up to six (3) it has automatic shutoff--if readout starts out at zero and remains at zero, it shuts off in a minute--however, if you are adding ingredients, it remains on for a minimum of THREE minutes in between new additions--this is a generous amt of time to allow you to put additional items into one bowl, even w/o using the tare button (4) it's compact and fits easily into a narrow drawer (5) it comes with a 10-yr warantee (6) it comes with the most useful little booklet of conversion info; for example, it gives the equivalent of UP TO, not just, one cup weights of AP flour vs. buckwheat vs. cake flours vs. durum vs. bread flours, different nuts, choc chips, cocoa, butter, oil, all kinds of sweeteners, condiments, grated cheeses--you name it, it's in there. It truly IS a Baker's dream! If the biggest complaint is that one cannot get a precise weight on this scale for a scant measuring spoon of baking powder, oh well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Wallerstein on December 31, 2009
I have had this scale for over two years and I didn't used to have problems with it. I am finding I want a more accurate weight and not just rounding to the quarter ounce or 5 gram mark. I've got used to the readout on the side but it does take me leaning down low to look under a plate that I'm weighing with. What I'm finding extremely annoying now is that the scale keeps turning off when I'm in the middle of weighing things (battery indicator not showing low). Horrible when adding things directly into one bowl while using the tare feature. With the scale already rounding its weight, I am not able to get a close-to-true weight at all. I don't really have a problem with cleaning the scale because I don't put the things I'm weighing in direct contact with the scale. I always weigh with a bowl, plate, or piece of wax paper/plastic wrap covering the weighing area.
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