I am so excited to share with you my review of the EatSmart PrecisionPro Kitchen Scale! Karen from EatSmart products and I recently connected and decided to do a give-away together. Since I did not own an EatSmart scale, Karen sent one to me and the Whistler and I have been working it out! We have been weighing everything!
The first thing I liked about the EatSmart scale was that it was small. This is a good thing when it comes to a kitchen appliance. I like my kitchen clean and organized, a small appliance means I can easily slide it into a kitchen drawer and pop it out when I need it. I love this!
Here is it.
It is a very simple and easy to use scale. Comes with a guidebook and two batteries. All you have to do is open the box and you are ready to go!
It could not have been any easier.
The second thing I liked about this scale is that it’s interface is SO simple!! There are only two buttons! But with only two buttons there is FULL functionality. More functions than my current scale.
The third thing I really liked about the scale was that it has four units of measurement; grams, kilograms, ounces, and pounds. I found this surprising as any scale I’ve ever used has only 2 units and I’m always having to convert. But not with this scale. You can choose!
And there’s more…
The next thing I loved was the Tare feature. Taring is a function that allows you to subtract the weight of your plate or bowl. This is a MUST for me. I always use paper plates when I am measuring out my ingredients. You can see below how easy it is to use this function.
I started out with my pear at 7.8 oz. But if I was cutting it up I’d rather measure the juicy pear slices on the plate so I don’t get my scale all sticky. So I will place the plate on the scale and zero out the scale. This allows the scale to ignore the weight of the plate which as you can see is .25 oz. But after Taring the plate you can see in the final photo that the pear and the plate are still just 7.8 oz. Plate weight NOT included. Love this!!
If you haven’t used a tare function, once you do you will never go back. This scale has it!!
Well this is a mighty good scale. It withstood my eight year olds measurement challenges and I loved its small, functional, easy to use features!!
It’s now MINE and goodbye to my old scale!
Now who wants one?
Karen at EatSmart has a PrecisionPro Kitchen Scale for one lucky winner!!
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the give-away.
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