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Digital Kitchen Scales

If you love to bake or you're simply trying to lose weight and you want to control your food intake, digital kitchen scales can take all the guesswork out of your kitchen. Unlike mechanical scales, digital models do a better job when it comes to measuring out small amounts for those moments when you want precision. Whether you are on a strict diet or you're cooking something complicated, digital scales can easily become an indispensable kitchen appliance.

Material

The material your kitchen scale is made of important because it determines the weight of the appliance and how easy it is to clean. Glass kitchen scales are popular because they are easy to clean and provide better stability as they are an the heavier side. Plastic kitchen scales, on the other hand, are lightweight, but they may be more slippery on your counter.

Screen

Look for digital scales with a display that is easy to read; after all, you may often have your hands full or dirty when you use it. Moreover, make sure you can see the display clearly when your ingredients are on the scales. Many models come with an automatic turn-off screen that saves the battery when not in use. Another useful function that some models feature is memory recall, which shows you the last measurement, even after the scales were switched off.

Other Features

Many digital kitchen scales come with a separate liquid measure feature, which comes in handy when you want to weigh ingredients, such as oil or honey, or anything else that has a different density than water. It's also important to look for digital scales with a non-slip base so you can use them securely. Depending on the kind of recipes you consult, you may also want your scales to be able to measure in both imperial and metric systems.

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