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Taylor Digital Kitchen Scale, 11-Pound

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  • Weighs to 11-pound/5kgs
  • Weighs in increments of 0.1-ounc/ 1 gram
  • Tare function
  • Rubberized buttons for non-slip use
  • Easy to clean

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 24.1 x 6.6 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 726 g
  • Item model number: 3801
  • ASIN: B000BH60WO
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 21 2012
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Digital Kitchen Scale

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa723b138) out of 5 stars 19 reviews
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4e8045c) out of 5 stars Don't get your hands near this scale July 24 2007
By Andrew Wysocki - Published on Amazon.com
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I liked the fact that this scale was suppose to work in the 0.1 OZ or 1gm range.

Though what I found was, it seemed to only work for large weights. If I was looking to weight 11.2 oz it would fluctuate too much, going from 11.0 to 11.7 and back and forth. I found that if I zeroed out the scale and just put my hand over it without touching it, it would start a reading. I've tried it on my counter, on my floor and and my cement walkway, it did the same everywhere. I have since purchased an Escali scale and is currently working like a champ. No magic hand movement.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4e80690) out of 5 stars Could have been a great scale, but NOT! Oct. 14 2011
By Vinnie Silvagio - Published on Amazon.com
The good:
1-large platform,
2-large, easy to read digits
3-grams or 1/10 oz scale
4-very accurate and consistent (unlike many digital scales)
5-easy tare zeroing
6-11 lb capacity
7-auto shut off (BUT SEE BELOW)

The bad:
1-uses hard to find, expensive lithium coin battery
2-auto shut off. Tends to turn of much too quickly. This can be a problem especially if you zero tare, add material, and then it shuts off!

If the auto shutoff will not trouble you, then this is a very nice scale. But be aware.

UPDATE: That auto shutoff gets more annoying all the time!

UPDATED UPDATE: Changed rating from 3* to 1*. Auto shutoff became erratic and much too fast. Ruined the utility of the scale. If the auto shutoff was reliable and set to much longer (like 3 minutes), it would be a solid 4* item (coin batteries still a problem- they wear out way too fast even with the auto shutoff). As it is, don't buy; check out the Ozeri scales. I got one to replace this piece of junk and so far it's great.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4e80780) out of 5 stars Renders itself useless Nov. 30 2007
By Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
My wife and I bought this scale because she often works with large recipes in the kitchen and I have a beer brewing hobby. We picked up this scale at a local department store because it was cheap, and we got what we paid for. Since it is powered by batteries, it is programmed to conserve power - which would be great if it didn't shut off right in the middle of weighing something! This is very irritating when your hands are full, you've got stuff all over the counter, time is critical because you're trying to work with hot things and weigh something at the same time, and right when you start weighing something the stupid scale shuts off. Really stupid, poor, idiotic design. Seems like a big "duh" to me - who the heck designed this thing? Argh... just writing about it makes me mad. Look at my other reviews on here and you'll see I don't typically bash products. But this thing sucks so bad I had to get on Amazon and warn the world.

I'm used to laboratory Mettler Toledo scales which are flawless and accurate beyond milligrams, but I haven't found a good scale for the kitchen yet in a practical price range. Don't buy this scale... if it didn't mean that sales would increase, I'd buy a bunch of these and burn them to save the next guy.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4e80924) out of 5 stars Taylor scale fails June 15 2011
By Douglas Zylberkan - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this scale, because of the fact that measures in kg and scales at 1g, which for me is important, but there are vary factors that are really upsetting, it shuts off in the middle of the weighting, so you have to start all over again, specially when you are making your mise en place,
So you really have to have everything ready before you even start, second it broke so many times, that even Taylor exchanging for a new one, in more than four times I really gave up in the product, for now I use it as a back up, because if you use it a lot you may have to return it a lot also. No wonder there's a life time warranty.
Cheap like all Chinese made products, nothing is made in this country anymore so we get what we pay for, but not what we want. I found OXO scale a good purchase comparing to the cheap Chinese Taylor. I don't even recommend it if you use it daily, a real little junk.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4e80aa4) out of 5 stars This scale is great for baking! June 7 2007
By L. Dodge - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this scale to use for baking. It's great because you can put your bowl on the scale...go back to zero and then add your different ingredients. Everytime you add a new weighed ingredient, you can go back to zero! It's great...no more using 50 bowls in the kitchen...

It has a large platform too so it can handle a large bowl. And it weighs up to 11 lbs.