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My Weigh 7000-Gram Kitchen Food Scale,Silver
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- Automatic power off, AA Batteries (included)
- 0.1 oz / 1gram / 0.002lb / 0.001kg graduation
- Removable faceplate cover to protect the scale
- Stainless Steel Platform, Easy to clean, Durable, contemporary design and modular construction on a scale body made of strong reinforced ABS plastic make this scale extremely durable
- Easy to read Large 5 digit backlit LCD display, HOLD, TARE, Beep & adding functions
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Item Title: My Weigh 7000-Gram Stainless-Steel Kitchen Food Scale,Silver
It is NOT silver. it is black plastic base/body, with a grey plastic platform with a thin piece of stainless steel (glued?) to the top.
I checked the mfg website and the same photo appears there as well. I reported this information to Amazon and sent an email to the mfg because i would like to know why the discrepancy.
I have only used it a few times to check accuracy with coins, so my 4 star rating is based on limited use but one star deducted for confusing/misleading descriptions and photos.
Attached photos show ten pennies and one nickel weighed with a gram scale and this scale KD-7000.
However, if you leave a quantity of food on the scale for a few minutes then try to add more, it won't recognize the change. I was trimming fat from some meat and then packaging them up in 1 lb bags for freezing. I would add about half a pound or so, followed by nothing for a minute or two as I trimmed more fat. The scale wouldn't recognize the new food I added. I would have to turn off the scale, remove the food and then add the food back to get a proper weighing. Not a huge deal (you can solve this by trimming all your meat before breaking out the scale) but still an annoyance.
Also, the splatter guard on the buttons/screen is nice, but another minor annoyance that you have to move each time you want to tare... oh well. Does what it is supposed to do.
I use this scale for soap making mostly, but I also use it to weigh foods. The tare button lets me zero my containers, and I like the on/off button. The tare button on the Oskeri was also the power button, which was annoying.
The only thing I wish this did was hundredths on the grams. It does go to hundredths on ounces, but only on the 5. I haven't found any issues in my soap making due to this, but my recipes are always figured to the hundredth.
It's a good scale for kitchen use as well as for soap making. I recommend it.