We've been seeing this spoon scale around the food blogs lately, and while it's nice to think of being able to measure with such accuracy, we're curious about who would measure their cinnamon, baking soda, and saffron to such a precise degree. Would you use this? If you're interested, purchase info is below the survey...
More about the Spoon Scale from the store website: F
or 0.1 to 300g (0.005 to 10.5oz). Also ideal to precisely weigh a few drops of liquid. Use the spoon to easily take ingredients out of storage containers, jars or tins.
The LCD display (36 x 15mm/1 1⁄2" x 2⁄3") is easy to read, shows the exact weight down to 0.1g (0.005oz) and can be switched from grams to ounces. With option to weigh added ingredients. After use, hang your space-saving Spoon Scales on your utensil rail or place them within reach in a drawer.
Spoon made of black ABS plastic, handle in 18/10 stainless steel. Measures 23 x 5 x 2.5cm (9" x 2" x 1") (L x W x H). Weight approx. 90g (3oz) including batteries.
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, £ 24.95 at Pro Idee, which works out to nearly $50 for us Americans.
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