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For precise, accurate measurements every time, you can't beat the functionality of this Salter 11-lb. Aquatronic Kitchen Scale. This sleek-looking electronic kitchen scale allows you to accurately measure both wet and dry ingredients by weight instead of by spoonful or cupful for precise recipes. The scale is equipped with a hygienic clear glass platform, so you can weigh your ingredients just by placing them on the scale. You can also use a special conversion button on this unit to weigh the ingredients inside a bowl or other container — just follow the instructions included with the scale. This electronic scale gives you the ability to choose between liquid or dry ingredients with just the touch of a button. It has a slim, svelte design that is resistant to staining and completely hygienic, and it is equipped with a polished stainless steel base for a sleek modern look. The scale is sensitive to within an eighth of an ounce, and it has a capacity of 11 pounds or 175 ounces, so it can be used for most common kitchen purposes. It can weigh in both U.S. measurements and metric equivalents and is also great for dieters and diabetics.
Easily weighs solid or liquid foods up to 11 pounds or 175 fluid ounces for versatile use
Glass weighing platform, so you can weigh foods directly on the scale
Liquid and dry ingredients can be placed in a bowl and weighed, thanks to a special conversion button
Unit is powered by replaceable lithium batteries
Cleaning & Care: Wipe clean with damp cloth
Material: Stainless steel and glass
Scale Type: Digital
Special Features: Wet/dry scale, 2 lithium batteries included, and a manual. Unit also has an auto shutoff, and an LCD display.
I originally purchased this scale to simplify breadmaking -- rather than measure out over four cups of flour, I like the simplicity of pouring it in until the mass is correct. Since then, however, I've come to prefer cooking with weights instead of volumes, and I now know why my friend in Ireland is so fond of measuring with her kitchen scale. I use it for flour, butter (and can now buy butter in bulk, I don't need the measurement paper!), spices, all sorts of things. My husband expected this to be one of those kitchen tools that goes up on a high shelf 95% of the time, but we are using it almost every time we cook.
The scale measures either English or Metric units, and is simple to use. It tares quickly, measures accurately, and is simple to clean. My only critique is that the buttons are a little bit small, but that does not impair the use.
it measures in ounces but in fractions! I wanted grams, so this product wasn't helpful. It looks great though. I returned it for a european model, which does measure in grams and ouces and is in decimals which is more accurate than fractions.
Customer Reviews for Aquatronic Kitchen Scale by Salter
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 115 ratings
96% of reviewers recommend this product
92% say this is a "good value"
I bake a lot and have two of these scales. I love them. the only problem I have with them is cleaning them, they are fashionable with the glass top but hard to clean, especially under the front glass but he controls. I keep hitting the controls and changing my settings. Something to consider...
We host exchange students almost every year. Cooking and baking together have always been "family time" activities. While doing our Christmas baking we always try to include something from our student's family traditions. In the past I tried to use conversion charts for the different measurements which didn't always work so well. This year I got the scale, and what a difference it makes since many European recipies go by weight.
It looks nice enough to leave out (standing on it's side by the the microwave) so it is ready for use. Since it is so handy, I have discovered just how wonderful it is to use for many differnt things, including portion control!