Duronic KS5000 Large Digital Display 5KG Kitchen Scales with 24.5cm Diameter Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl and 2 Years FREE Warranty £15.99 Sold by DURONIC and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal Prime Members) - HotUKDeals
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Duronic KS5000 Large Digital Display 5KG Kitchen Scales with 24.5cm Diameter Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl and 2 Years FREE Warranty £15.99 Sold by DURONIC and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal Prime Members)

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You can combine ingredients accurately with these easy to use set of Duronic KS5000 scales. With 5kg capacity, an easily readable large display with blue backlight, tare function and a large mixing bo… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
You can combine ingredients accurately with these easy to use set of Duronic KS5000 scales. With 5kg capacity, an easily readable large display with blue backlight, tare function and a large mixing bowl, it is easy to prepare food with precision.
The Duronic KS5000 is equipped with 4 high precision sensors to give you an accurate reading every time.
With the KS5000, you will get a 24.5cm diameter stainless steel mixing bowl to help you weigh flour, or anything that will fall off a plate. As the unit has a Tare function you can also use a plate or something similar and weigh whatever you desire.
Capacity: 5kg/11lb. Weight units: g/fl.oz/lb:oz/ml. Graduation: 1g/0.1fl.oz/0.1oz/1ml
Low battery and overload indicator. Power supply: 3 X AAA battery (included). Size: (HxDxW|14x28.5x25)cm
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2 Likes #1
I have these. would recommend them, bonus being they use normal AAA batteries.
#2
Good price. Heat added
1 Like #3
£19.99 NOW
#4
Use this alot for ebay items
#5
Why does it read 680g when empty and the same when it's got nearly 2Kg of fruit?

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