Perfect For Recipes!If you're having a tough time getting consistent recipes, you should try weighing out each ingredient with this Soehnle 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 kitchen scale can handle 500 grams of ingredients.
The Protective Cover Does Double Duty!This digital scale's hard protective cover is great for keeping your scale safe when ya aren't using it...and it doubles as a nice weighing tray, to weigh your stuff on. Since it has edges, you can weigh all kinds of things that would normally fall right off the platform.
Auto-OffThe SOEHNLE 66150 turns off after about 4 minutes of inactivity.
Tare FeatureThe tare button on the front of this digital 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 additive weighing feature sure is useful when ya want to use a bowl or tray to weigh your things, or if ya want to get separate weights of multiple items.
Easy CalibrationThis compact scale comes factory calibrated and ready to use. Just in case ya need to calibrate it, the Ultra 2.0 comes with easy to follow calibration instructions. You don't even have to buy a calibration weight, it's included with the scale.
5 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY!SOEHNLE provides a five year warranty on this digital kitchen scale. So, if ya have a problem with the 66150 within the first five years ya own it, just contact the SOEHNLE warranty center.
Out of the scales I've used I think this scale is definitely worth the money. It has the accuracy needed. And I especially like that the scale tray is also the cover for the scale and the buttons,keeping them protected
This s ale is nice and travels well. I like tha. Is comes with its own calibration weight. It seems to fluctuate back and forth by .10 of a gram but I have gotten used to that. For the price it is perfect!
A: Hey there Joanne,There are a lot of factors that could be contributing to the unit fluctuating. The most notable ones are static charge build-up and the unit not having a "proper zero"; which has something to do with the calibration. I would attempt a calibration on the unit and wipe it down with a static sheet that you would use with your laundry. Give that a go and observe any potential changes in behavior.Take care,Brandon