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MALAMI518 SparkPoints: (121,751)
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11/26/13 7:49 P

I like the ability to measure in grams as well as ounces.

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,433
11/26/13 5:19 P

I have one like this, and I really like it. The batteries last forever, and I like the slim sealed unit design. Easy to clean, easy to store.

www.target.com/p/primo-digital-scale/-/A-6
88854#prodSlot=medium_1_10


MLAN613 Posts: 17,117
11/26/13 4:44 P

I have a Taylor and it's served me well. I did wear out the first one after 2+ years of hard labor. But, really worked well. emoticon

WHOLENEWME79 Posts: 949
11/26/13 2:10 P

I have a Taylor brand digital scale and I just love it. I actually bought a second one because I think they are great and for the convenience factor.

I find the selection at Target and Bed, Bath, and Beyond are the best for food scales.

www.target.com/p/taylor-digital-food-scale
/-/A-11011109#prodSlot=medium_1_13&ter
m=taylor+kitchen+scale




HOPE10811 SparkPoints: (18,265)
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Posts: 4
11/26/13 8:48 A

I'm ready to recommit to my weight loss journey. I want to buy a very GOOD food scale that will help me accomplish my goals. Which brand?? Which store should I look for a good quality food scale? I heard of two features that are good to have on your food scale -- an auto-off feature and tare function (able to reset the weight as ingredients are added). Any other important features to have? Thanks for your help as I do my research. I want something of quality and worth the money. Thanks!!

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