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It's never too late to get healthy and in shape. This digital kitchen scale is perfect for weighing out portions for your healthy snacks and recipes.
If you're having a tough time getting consistent recipes, you should try weighing out each ingredient with this Taylor 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 up to six and a half pounds of ingredients.
The tare button on the front of this digital diet 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 bowl or tray to weigh your things, or if ya want to get separate weights of multiple items.
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 Taylor 3831-BL will automatically turn off after a few moments of inactivity, saving battery power and money.
Taylor provides a 1 year warranty on this digital food scale. So, if ya have a problem with your scale, just send it to the Taylor warranty center. They'll fix it or replace it and send it right back to ya.
Q: What is a tare feature?
A: The tare feature allows you to place an object like a bowl onto the scale and zero out its weight, so that the scale only measures what you place inside of the bowl.
Q: After a moment of inactivity does this scale. Give a warning ( like blinking numbers ) to give you time to add to the serving without loosing the weight that you already put on the scale ?
A: Not this little guy. When he's ready to power down, he just quietly powers down. (Just after 3 minutes of in-activity)
Q: Does this weigh grams and ounces both?
A: Hi there Julie,This particular scale weighs in both grams and ounces, but only up to 1000 grams and 16 ounces. Anything above 1000 grams will read as 1 kilogram, and anything above 16 ounces will read as one pound. Ex: 1 1/2 pounds = 1 pound 8 ounces or 1 1/2 Kilograms = 1 kilogram 500 grams.Take care,Brandon