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Posted 4 May 2024

Salter 1360 BKDR Mini Digital Kitchen Scale Precision 0.01g Increments, Electronic Baking Scale, 300g Capacity, Compact, Portable

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Great price for a top branded digital scale. Batteries included.
  • From weighing spices when cooking to delicate jewellery, the Pocket Precision Electronic Scale from Salter is extremely versatile
  • With units weighing in Grams, Ounces, Carats, Grains, Troy Ounce and Pennyweight, the digital scale is ideal for all types of weighing
  • Despite being a compact scale, the measurements are shown clearly on the large LCD display in 001 g increments up to a maximum 300 g
  • Take the scale in your bag and on the go to weigh when needed, perfect for travelling, the weighing tray fits over the scale for dust-free storage
  • Whether weighing very small amounts of yeast for homemade pizzas or repairing watches, these pocket digital scales are a must-have
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  1. deleted392719's avatar
    I'm fairly sure these are more likely to be used by Dealer Smith than Delia Smith
  2. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    Absolutely critical, because a sponge cake can be ruined with 0.01g too much sugar
    dark_shadow's avatar
    More for espresso, works well. Pretty accurate
  3. Shinobei's avatar
    Remember the bag weighs 0.5 grams.
  4. MyViagraExpiredin1997's avatar
    this is really ideal for when you need to go to a neighbours house and borrow some sugar.
    fits perf in my trackies and lets me weigh stuff on the go pretty accurate
  5. Grrrrrrrrrrr's avatar
    With a 15 year warranty? I wish that I had one of those.....

    However, the idea that you can buy something that weighs to the nearest hundredth of a gram for under a tenner - some of us remember the school lab precision scale - big glass and real wood box with lots of brass moving bits inside. Not to be approached, never mind actually touched. Must have cost hundreds, even back then.
    Sum1Sum2's avatar
    I also remember the big cromemco main frame computers at school. The world has moved on.52694450-EjsM1.jpg
  6. Sum1Sum2's avatar
    Alice B Toklas branded baking scales.
    motionwerk's avatar
    Haschich Fudge anyone?
  7. _Titan_Warrior_X's avatar
    Back up to £16 op
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