This kitchen scale has been wonderful to use! I have used it for weighing out ingredients for recipes and for servings of snacks or cereal for my boys. It is proving to be a spectacular tool in keeping us to our portion control.
The scale is very sensitive to touch. The On/Off button is also the button you press to zero it out. The only other button on it is the one to select which unit of measure you need. Very simple to switch from one to the next. Also it will automatically shut off or you can touch the On/Off button for 3 seconds to switch it off.
There are four different units of measure from which to choose: mL, g, fl oz, or lb & oz. One thing I found lacking on the instructions was just a line to instruct you how to zero out the scale after you put a measuring bowl on it. That is if you've not put the bowl on before you turn on the scale. It's fairly intuitive if you've used a scale before as you just press the On/Off button.
This is a great tool to have in your kitchen to help you keep track of portion control. It's also good for helping measure out ingredients like for bread. Though it only goes to the tenth place after the decimal, so if you need to weigh anything less you're out of luck. Otherwise, I would certainly recommend this scale to anyone looking to have a bit of help in the kitchen.
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