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    Bakers/kitchen scale help?

    Hey guys looking for a good kitchen/bakers scale. I was looking at the one below, any recommendations?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/My-Weigh-Dig...50491423792%26


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    I have that one. Bought it a year or two ago. Good scale. Cheaper on amazon, but mine didn't come with the adapter. I had to buy that separately.

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    I have a different scale, wish it had the oz only option. Most scales in this range, including mine, register oz until a lb is reached then display is x lb, xx oz, (1 lb 8 oz, instead of 24 oz).

    +1 on Amazon. Returns are easy and in my home kitchen running on battery is a plus.
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    This one wins for me hands down. Extremely precise down to a tents of a gram up to 2 kilos. Hard to find at this price.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    The My Weigh is nice. I have the scale as well as a less expensive EatSmart digital scale.

    95% of the time, I reach for the smaller digital scale. It's faster to start, easier to unpack and pack, and weighs 1g to 5kg. I use the My Weigh is if I'm making many loaves. Then the height of the My Weight is nice for portioning the dough.

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    I picked thise one up a few years ago but I really miss the Salter I had to replace after 15+ years of service.

    http://www.amazon.com/OXO-Grips-5-Po...igital+kitchen
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    Well some good suggestion are available for you on this page. I think you need to try electronic kitchen scale which are perfect in working and able to provide you more accurate results as compare to other kinds of scales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwardpaan View Post
    Well some good suggestion are available for you on this page. I think you need to try electronic kitchen scale which are perfect in working and able to provide you more accurate results as compare to other kinds of scales.
    You don't sound spammy at all...
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    much prefer the myweigh over any eatsmart scale I've used. Fast to tare, easy to read, accurate. Bout 35 off amazon.

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    My mum has the one that you linked pierre and they have worked great for years.

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