Penn Scale P-10R Top Loading Dial Scale With Rotating Dial
Perfect for portioning and receiving.
11 pound capacity x 1 ounce resolution
|"In A Nutshell"|
|Display||6" rotating dial|
|Weighing Container||None included|
|Platform Size||8" x 8"|
|Scale Size||8" x 6.5" x 8.75"|
|Mode: Pounds : Ounces||Capacity: 11 lb||Resolution: 1 oz|
|Mode: Kilograms : Grams||Capacity: 5 kg||Resolution: 25 g|
Rotating Dial The Penn P 10R top loading scale has a very handy rotating dial. Why is a rotating dial so handy? Because it allows you to weigh something, like a container, and rotate the dial back to zero. You can't do that with just any ol' dial scale.
Rugged Design, Great For Heavy Use The Penn Scale P-10R spring scale is a perfect addition to any market or butcher's shop. Its stainless steel construction makes sterilization a simple task, and ya won't have a problem reading your weights on this scale's large dial display.
Stainless Steel Platform This flat top spring scale has a durable, stainless steel weighing platform to make cleanup a breeze.
Air Dashpot Technology Don't ya just hate waiting around for a scale to settle down after ya put your items on it? That won't be a problem with this top loader. The P-10R has an air dash pot that will eliminate the bounce for faster readings.
Zero Adjust Knob This portioning scale has a handy little knob under the platform that let's ya adjust the scale's dial back to zero before weighing. This is great for getting accurate weights of all your items.
Dual Reading Dial Doesn't it get on your nerves when one recipe calls for ingredients in grams and the next recipe calls for ingredients in ounces? Well with this food scale, that won't be a problem. The dual reading dial on the Penn P-10R displays your weights in both pound/ounces and kilogram/grams simultaneously...you'll never have to worry about switching back and forth between units again.
1 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY! This dial scale has a one year warranty against manufacturer defects. If ya have a problem with this scale within the first year ya own it, just send it in to the Penn warranty center. They'll either fix it or replace it, and have it back to ya real quick.