MSRP: $215.60
Old Will's Price: $123.20
    Citizen CBS 20

    Citizen CBS 20 Digital Baby Scale

    Last weight memory, tare and auto-off make for an easy to use baby scale.
    44 pound capacity x 0.01 pound resolution

    "In A Nutshell"
    PowerPower adapter (included) or
    4 AA batteries (not included)
    Display
    1" LCD
    Tare FeatureYes
    Hold FeatureYes
    CradleABS Plastic, removable
    Cradle Size22.3" x 10.75"
    Weighing Modes2

    Weighing Modes

    Mode:Capacity:Resolution:
    Mode: Pounds : OuncesCapacity: 44 lbResolution: 0.25 oz
    Mode: KilogramsCapacity: 20.000 kgResolution: 0.005 kg

    Product Details

    Tare Feature The tare button on this baby scale can be pressed to "zero set" the weight on the scale. You can then add more weight, and the display will only show the weight of what you're adding. This sure does come in handy when ya want to use the weighing cradle, or if baby wants to be weighed with his favorite toy or blanket.

    Last Reading MemoryThis feature recalls the last weight reading captured. This handy feature makes it possible to weigh your little one and then make sure they're comfortable elsewhere before recording their weight.

    Removable Weighing Cradle The weighing cradle on the CBS 20 baby scale is easy to remove for cleaning and storage.

    Energy Saving Auto-OffIf you've ever had the batteries in something run out because you forgot to turn it off, you'll realize what a blessing this feature is. Citizen designed this baby and toddler scale to turn off automatically after a period of inactivity.

    1 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY Citizen Scales Inc. offers a one year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. In the rare case ya have a problem with this scale, just give Citizen a call for a repair or replacement.

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