Weigh Masters Precision+ ProChef 2kg. / 5lbs. Kitchen Scale W / Bowl (Black)
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- WeighMasters Precision+ Sensor Technology | Easy To Read Digital LCD Backlit Display
- Graduation & Accuracy: 0.1g / 0.01oz / 0.01ozt / 0.1dwt | Extra Large Weighing Platform
- Includes: Optional Removable Bowl W/ Easy Pour Spout | Tare Feature: Subtracts Weight Of Bowl
- Compact Design For Quick Cleanup & Storage | Max Weight 2000g / 70.55oz / 64.3ozt / 1286dwt | 4 Measurement Units: g / oz / ozt / dwt
- Automatic Shutoff (1 Min) | 2 AAA Batteries Included | 10 Year Limited Warran
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Top Customer Reviews
Beware that if you have any fans running nearby the air pressure alone will be enough to throw the tenth gram readings off almost to a gram.
The directions indicate that should I need to recalibrate it will be easy enough though I will need to purchase a set of calibration weights separately. They do not come with the scale, though that is to be expected as long as it is calibrated correctly on arrival.
Since I am using this to measure to tenth grams, which is why I bought it instead of much cheaper and more common gram scales, I made sure to test it's calibration using a known load. My sugar is 5 grams a teaspoon exactly, and the scale came out to 5.1... The discrepancy is easily accounted for by an inaccuracy in my measurement of the teaspoon.
The bowl is extremely handy and very easy to wash and keep everything clean. When you have the bowl in place before turning the scale on it will auto-tare the bowl. If you have any load previously on the scale at all when it turns on, it will auto-tare that load.
The scale DOES automatically shut off, which when trying to get certain finicky measurements can be a little frustrating. Having a load, even a changing load, does not keep this from occurring. Change in load or not, you have only a certain amount of time to get your measurement and move on once you turn the scale on before it shuts itself off. Personally I ALWAYS shut my appliances off as soon as I am done with them... So the auto shut off is actually in inconvenience to me rather than a convenience... But it's a minor annoyance compared to the good things about this scale. Just be aware of the time limit and work fast.
I was pleasantly surprised when this scale arrived. It's small, lightweight and easy to use. It is very accurate. It has a sleek and compact storing function... where the bowl fits perfectly over the scale and it doesn't take up a lot of space.
Easy to clean. Some of the other scales that have a larger surface area such as square glass are harder to clean
The price is definitely right with this scale!
It has a tare function where you can reset the weight back to zero once your container, bowl plate etc is placed upon it... then you can get an accurate weight of the contents. It was a great purchase!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use it all the time. Sock knitters: on the Web I learned this trick: If making a pair of socks from one skein of yarn...wind yarn into one ball...weigh it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Barbara Burke
It tells you to calibrate it with some unknown, and unprovided weight. Useless. Sadly, I didn't use it for some time after my purchase and had even thrown away the packaging, so... Read morePublished on March 30, 2014 by A. Sisk
cheap, accurate, does what it should. what more to say about a scale? really good value for the price ...Published on March 1, 2014 by Dahl
This was one of the best investments I made for my kitchen and at a great time while trying to eat healthier it helps portion control!!!Published on February 13, 2014 by Jason A. Silva
Bargain for the price, does seem to exhibit 0.1g accuracy as claimed, would recommend to anyone wanting a digital scale.Published on December 23, 2013 by Mr C
THIS IS A PIECE OF S*** SCALE!! I HATE IT SO MUCH AND IT IS SUPER DUPER SENSITIVE. I USED IT ONCE (MIND YOU NOTHING THAT I WAS PUTTING ON THE SCALE WAS SUPER HEAVY) AND THE NEXT... Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Anonymous