Finesseur Precision Digital Food Scale for Kitchen Silver Tempered Glass
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- Your search for the best food scale ends here. Be sure to hold your breath - customers report this scale is so quick and so accurate that the air movement from a gentle breeze affects the scale reading. This extreme sensitivity is great news because your scale can quickly catch up with you as you add ingredients. And, it's especially helpful for recipes that require very small and precise measurements.
- The simple design of this kitchen scale is meant to be elegant. Your Finesseur digital scale is slim and compact, and is comparable to the size and thickness of a mini iPad - so storage is a breeze. But, you may want to leave it out, since it looks good on your kitchen counter.
- Starts with whatever unit of measurement you were using before you shut it off previously, so you do not need to re-enter your preferred measurement unit every time. The large platform surface can hold a variety of different bowls and plates. There are no grooves in the tempered glass surface, so cleaning is as easy as a single wipe. The bright backlit LCD display makes measurements easy to read.
- Intuitive design makes reading the manual unnecessary. Wait a second or two after pressing the "Tare" button, the scale will reset back zero. With Tare, you can weigh all your ingredients in just one container. Plus, by giving the 'unit' button a gentle touch, you can navigate through American pounds and ounces as well as Metric grams. You can now follow your favorite Italian fresh pasta and French pastry recipes without having to recalculate the amounts.
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The best food scale for your kitchen
- Sleek, durable tempered glass surface: clean with a single wipe
- Units perfect for American and international recipes: lb:oz, g, fl.oz, ml
- 11lb/5kg capacity, accurate to 0.1oz/1g
- Smart 60 second auto-off feature to preserve battery life
- 2 CR2032 batteries included
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Top Customer Reviews
I've been using the Finesseur scale for a few weeks now. It starts with whatever unit of measurement I was using when I shut it off. The light stays on so my old eyes can see. The scale seems to quickly catch up with volume as I add to my bowl or container. I start my morning in a positive way. I'm also finding that I enjoy the aesthetic aspects of the scale. It just looks good on my counter. My son will enjoy the OXO, I'm keeping the Finesseur.
One caveat concerning this scale is that there was a little learning time involved in mastering the "Tare" command. I kept pressing it and nothing seemed to happen. I'd get different numbers, but no "0." Eventually, I realized that I had to wait a second or two after I'd pressed "Tare" for the scale to adjust to zero. I read directions and that wasn't covered in the instructions. I still give the scale 5 stars, I'd give myself maybe 3 and a half.
1) Slim profile and flat surface which is very nice. It is a very attractive scale.
2) Fairly accurate but disappointing compared to my new OXO. I used a 200 mg scale weight to read weight. Read 198. My OXO and my 10 year old Salter weighted 199.
3) Bright display. Plus, the scale reads in g and ml NOT Kg and L which, for my purposes is great. For example, if you are weighing in grams, and the weight is 1001 grams, the scale won;t read 1Kg 1g. Same with ounces. For example, if something weights 24 ounces the scale will show 24 ounces and there's also an option that will show the reading as 1lb 8 ounces.
1) Hands down the biggest problem with the scale is the one minute auto-shutdown. That is a huge problem if baking. I can't number the times that the scale has shutdown right in the middle of weighing something. For this reason, I finally replaced it.
2) It is an absolute battery hog. I might get a couple of months before I have to replace the batteries; it takes two CR2032 batteries. That's annoying because of cost and inconvenience of shopping specifically for that battery. I actually wound up buying in bulk on Amazon to save money. As an aside, I have no other type of electronic device that uses CR2032 batteries; CR2025 appears to be far more common.
3) Price. I paid roughly $40. In hindsight, too much. At the current $30 offering far more appealing but still wouldn't recommend it.
4) Not a big deal but the battery door does not fit well. Unless you make a specific point to "pull" in the tab of the door as you place it back into the scale, it won't sit properly and fall off.
-large surface to hold a variety of different bowls/plates/etc.
-Easy to read display.
- tare function is touchy - it takes a second or two to zero out after pressing the button. Catches me sometimes when I think I've zeroed it and it hasn't or I push it again and turn the whole thing off.
- not very good accuracy or repeatability with small changes of a few grams.
- too short of an automatic shutoff time. I've had it shut off during measurements of small amounts (again a few grams) - doesn't seem to register that it is 'actively' being used with these small changes. Or, I'll go to get another ingredient and it has shut off on me.
As it stands this is a nice scale but too many small annoyances for how I use my food scale. I'll keep this one but for my everyday use/abuse, I'm going to buy another Escali.