My Weigh eCLIPS Digital Kitchen Scale
Sleek, stainless steel design with curled edge for hanging.
5000 gram capacity x 1 gram resolution
|Mode: Grams||Capacity: 5000 g||Resolution: 1 g|
|Mode: Pounds : Ounces||Capacity: 11 lb : 0.4 oz||Resolution: 1 lb : 0.1 oz|
|Mode: Mililiters||Capacity: 5000 g||Resolution: 1 g|
|Mode: Fluid Ounces||Capacity: 176.4 fl oz||Resolution: 0.1 fl oz|
Perfect For Recipes! If you're having a tough time getting consistent recipes, you should try weighing out each ingredient with this My Weigh kitchen scale. When ya weigh what you're putting into your mixes, you have a better chance of your recipes coming out the same each time. And the best part is...no more measuring cups! Just weigh your ingredient, set the scale back to zero, and weigh the next! This sleek kitchen scale can handle up to eleven pounds of ingredients.
Space Saving Design My Weigh designed the eCLIPS with a curled platform that ya can use to hang the scale up on the wall when it's not being used.
Bright Backlit Display The eCLIPS has a fancy blue, backlit display to help ya see your weight readings, even in dim lighting.
Stainless Steel Platform The eCLIPS has a durable stainless steel weighing platform to make cleanup a breeze. Stainless steel is great because it doesn't scratch easily and keeps its shine without rusting or tarnishing.
Digital Timer If ya need to keep track of what's cookin', use the timer function to count down from 1 second to 200 minutes and 59 seconds.
Liquid Measuring Feature Lots of kitchen scales only let ya weigh dry ingredients, but not this one. The My Weigh eCLIPS food scale can measure both wet and dry ingredients...It's the ultimate recipe scale!
Tare Feature The tare button on the front of the eCLIPS kitchen scale can be pressed to "zero out" the weight on the scale. You can then add more weight, and the display will only show the weight of the items you're adding. This sure is useful when ya want to use a plate or bowl to weigh your food.
It Remembers The Last Unit Ya Used If your application needs weights in the same unit of measurement, (like ounces for instance), it can be a real pain if your scale always turns on ready to weigh in grams. It's a good thing the eCLIPS turns on displaying the unit of measurement you were using when ya turned it off.
Energy Saving Auto-Off If ya have ever had the batteries in something run out because you forgot to turn it off, you'll realize what a blessing this feature is. The eCLIPS will automatically turn off after about 45 seconds of inactivity, saving battery power and money.
30 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY! If ya have a problem with this scale, just send it to MyWeigh's warranty center in Phoenix, Arizona. They'll fix or replace your scale and send it on its way back to ya within a week of receiving it. You should expect your replacement to arrive in about two to three weeks from the day you send the original off. Keep in mind that sometimes MyWeigh runs out of stock, which can cause a delay in the warranty replacement process.
We use these scales to weigh buckets in a teaching lab. Even though the buckets are slightly too big for the flat part of the scale (part of the bucket sits on the curved back), they still weigh accurately! Students and teachers alike love them. Easy to use and adjust, and reliable so far. But I'm not worried, they have a 30 year warrantee! Love the curved back to hang it out of the way. Look nice too. The only "problem" is one of the teachers must have changed the unit from g to oz without realizing it, and thought it wasn't weighing correctly (not a real problem with the scale- user error).That button is close to the actual scale (and possibly under the bucket), so it would be easy to do. But also so very easy to select the appropriate unit. Like the fact it turns off automatically. FYI, it takes about 2-3 sec for the scale to tare, so be patient!Reviewed by: pdobbins from Storrs CT on (11/19/2014)
This is an excellent scale. It functions quite well, it is stout, has no buttons to leak and it cleans easily. I like that it retains the units from the last time I used it because I almost always use grams. It has a timer that I never use but prepping stuff right on it like coffee could benefit from it. I have my standard timer right there and I have never attempted to change over. I use it in the kitchen for food, mostly my morning coffee. I bought this larger scale because I zero out (tare) the weight of the somewhat heavy carafe, filter and ceramic drip filter holder so I can weigh the grounds right in the filter-- very simple and time saving. I even used to WEIGH the hot water too as I poured it in the filter, after setting zero again, while still on the scale but that seems a little too OCD so I experimented a few days with fine tuning the amount of coffee and now I use a lab flask with distinct, accurate marks for consistency in volume to heat the water. 500ml water + 38g of wonderfully aromatic Vietnamese coffee wakes me up with a much better attitude than stumbling around for 30 minutes trying to find a reason for not going back to bed. Ground coffee density varies by brand or the setting of my grinder while a fixed volume of water (before heating) will always weigh the same after heating as long as you do not leave it boiling away. This scale easily handles the entire weight of container, filter, filter holder, grounds and 17 ounces of near-boiling water and even happily tolerates me stirring the mix while still on the scale. With crossed sleepy eyes, some mess always finds its way onto the SEALED surface and touch screen of the scale but that cleans up with a wipe with a paper towel. GOOD! I am not big on dealing with catastrophes BEFORE I consume my wake up juice. The scale is also very sensitive (duh! 1g resolution) and when there is any vibration in the counter, the weight display dances around. This is to be expected with a sensitive instrument and the other (smaller) scale I bought from Old Will came with a rubber pad to sit on which worked well. To solve this with this scale, I cut a strip of non-skid cabinet shelf liner (rolls of it are very cheap at Wally World- rubber mesh made mostly for RVs and boats) to fit the scale and problem solved. I use this stuff for everything-- under keyboards, mouse pads, my dog's mattress, etc and even have a piece in my small tray I use when I eat in my recliner to keep that bowl of chili on the tray and not sliding off onto my lap. The only complaint I have is that the scale display shuts off too quickly, apparently to conserve battery use. I think you are supposed to touch the touch screen to bring it back although when doing that, I can't always get the display to return to readable brightness though if I squint the display is sometimes (probably based on whether its my morning coffee I am weighing) just dimly readable. WHEN THIS HAPPENS, DO NOT HIT THE TARE KEY AGAIN BECAUSE THAT SCREWS UP THE WEIGHING PROCESS! As I have suggested I attribute these problems mostly to my semi-conscious pre-coffee state but it happens almost every morning. I like this scale but I am giving it 4/5 stars because of the display shutoff issue-- they need to extend it to 2-3 min or so. OH, I also have had excellent experiences and purchased fine products both times I have bought from Old Will Knott Scales. Thanks.Reviewed by: Dink Newcomb from SC, USA on (9/14/2014)