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Taylor Digital Scale Meas. Cup

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  • Combination measuring cup and digital scale, with readout integrated into handle
  • Automatically converts 5 preset ingredients--flour, sugar, milk, water and oil--from ounces (weight) to cups (volume)
  • Easy to read measuring cup marks in 1/4 cup and 2 ounce increments
  • Tare/add and weigh and recalibration features, low battery warning, auto off
  • Hand wash only; powered by lithium battery (included) Easter Store: Shop Online

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 25.4 x 15.2 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 635 g
  • Item model number: 3890
  • ASIN: B002E1AVTI
  • Date first available at Aug. 2 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,964 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The first digital measuring cup and scale combination. The unit measures in weight and volume as the recipe dictates.The 3890 digitally weighs dry ingredients as well as liquid ingredients. Preprogrammed to convert weight to volume for water,milk,oil,sugar,and flour. The weight capacity is 4.4 Pounds (2kg). The volume capacity is 1 liter. The unit weighs in increments of mililiters,cups,fluid ounces,grams,and pounds. The plastic measuring cup runs on one long life Lithium battery(included) The easy to read LCD readout is in the molded handle.A great gift for the Foodies in your life.

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Quite convenient to use. A bit cumbersome when attempting to weigh bulky materials. Excellent when seeking to cross-reference mass and volume.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JLove on Dec 30 2011
This was purchased as a gift for my mother-in-law. I was sure we weren't going to receive it before Christmas, but we were impressed at how quickly it was delivered. She was able to use it for some Christmastime cooking! Thx.
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189 of 192 people found the following review helpful
Great Item Sept. 1 2009
By LivingtheDream2255 - Published on
Received this item yesterday. I was a bit skeptical, but I measured out water in my regular glass measuring cup and then poured it into the Taylor Digital measuring cup and it was accurate. I repeated this experiment several times using different amounts of water. You do need to put it on the water mode. (Simple to do)
Next, I put it on flour mode. I measured out one cup in a dry measuring cup. I tamped it down quite hard and it measured 1 1/8 cup on the digital scale. I thought "Oh NO!". But I realized I had tamped it down too much so I re-measured in the regular dry measuring cup and then dumped that in the digital and it measured exactly at 1 cup.

Just to be clear, I measured items first in regular dry and liquid measuring cups to just test the accuracy of this item. Now that I am satisfied that it is accurate, I will just measure only with this digital scale (not measuring in other cups first).

I think this is a great idea. It has the water mode, oil mode, milk mode, flour mode, sugar mode and a regular digital scale mode so you can measure whatever you want in this cup.
This item turns off automatically after 5 minutes if it is not being used.
I like the easy to read aspect of this. Having older eyes, it is easy to read.
I would definitely recommend this digital measuring cup. It is a good size. Probably would handle any measuring job you would have.

11/08/09 - updated. I love this digital measuring cup even more than I did when I first received it in September. I have now figured out that this has a TARE function so that you can measure one item in there and then tare out the measurement, add another ingredient (and it will measure only that new ingredient) and you can keep adding in more ingredients into this one large measuring cup. It is very handy. No more countertop full of dirty measuring cups. Then I just stir it all up in the cup and pour the batter into a baking pan. Could not be simpler.
Also, you can hold down the on button for several seconds and it will automatically turn off the digital scale.

Love this item!
41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Taylor Digital Measuring Cup/Scale Aug. 16 2010
By OnLine Shopper - Published on
Based on some of the reviews I had read, I wondered if this cup was was really worth the purchase. When I saw one on sale locally, I decided to buy it combining my store coupon with the store sale price which made the purchase more affordable, since I had my doubts.

After unpacking then reading the instructions, the first thing I did was compare the dry measures with my current measuring cups. They were perfect. Then I compared liquids to my liquid measuring cups, ounce per ounce. Again the measurements were perfect. I would then measure suggested serving sizes from box foods that I would prepare, again the measures were accurate to the cup and ounce.

I found the more I used the cup, the more I liked it but I was still concerned about using the liquids with the electronic device being on the bottom on the cup. I found a way around that. I just put a quart size freezer bag inside the cup before I add the liquids. This keeps the interior dry and eliminates the need to wash the cup out. When using dry ingredients there is no concern, I only need to wipe with a dry cloth and put the cup back on the shelf. I find this works for me.

Another big factor I like is that you can add by weight more than one ingredient at a time without blotching your recipe. Measure store the measurement then measure again as many ingredients as you need. This is really a cool idea.

I have even used my cup to weigh my outgoing letters to be sure they have the correct postage. What a very multi-functional item! NEAT!!

I am not sorry I took the plunge to buy this cup. This is an asset to my kitchen gadgets and my health. I am finding I take more care to eat better balanced food proportions these days. That in itself will more than pay for the cost of this measuring device!
32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
The coolest measuring cup/scale ever! Sept. 17 2009
By Gourmet Foodie - Published on
I read about this cool new item just now on the market and it's so cool. It weights everything you put in it. I just got mine today and am stillplaying with it. You can use it as a basic scale too, not just for liquids. And easy to use too. I love the Baker's Conversion Chart included for all types of ingredients. No way will I go back to an old measuring cup. This is the digital scale that happens to be a measuring cup!
68 of 85 people found the following review helpful
It's a prima dona, not a workhorse. July 15 2010
By A Reader - Published on
I was given this as a gift. It sounds like a great idea and I was excited to try it. As I read the manual I started to wonder. You can't immerse it in water, so I only used it for ingredients that can be easily wiped out. It has so many settings I had to refer to the manual every time I switched ingredients. There are settings for water, milk, oil, sugar, and flour. And a plain old scale setting. Fluids and solids need different settings, of course. But milk is almost 90% water, so does it really need it's own setting? I'm not using it for some touchy chemistry experiment, I'm making cookies!! You can't put it in the refrigerator or microwave. You can't store it with anything in it--not even a smaller cup. You can't store it near cleaning chemicals. You can't store it on it's side. In my small kitchen it wasn't useful enough to earn it's own spot in the cabinet. This is a prima dona of kitchen tools, I like workhorses. I find it much easier to use a mixing bowl on a regular digital scale.
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Save your money Dec 14 2011
By Pm - Published on
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This was a wonderful product for 3 months. After that the digital measurement ceased to work accurately. It was never in a dishwasher , never had hot liquid in it, never dropped. It just ceased to measure. Save your money and buy a plastic measuring cup from the local dollar store!