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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).

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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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