|Perfect Portions Digital Scale with Nutrition Facts Display in Silver||1" H x 6.1" W x 9.25" D||1.6 lbs|
|Product Category:||Kitchen Scales|
|Weight Limit:||5-10 Lbs.|
Kitrics Perfect Portions Digital Scale with Nutrition Facts Display in Silver
Very happy with it
Cameron from CA– Verified Buyer
I love what it does & it is just an awesome product. It works well & does exactly what it is meant to do. One of the best our there that I have seen & tried.
Edna A from Texas
I enjoy the scale and it's very accurate. I definitely recommend it to those who are considering counting calories. It's a lot of work but totally worthwhile.
like it but..
Jaye Ann Hostetler from Oxford, PA– Verified Buyer
like this scale a lot, but I am not using it as much as I thought. Still a great product.
Ruth Davis from Cambridge, NY– Verified Buyer
It's wonderful. The function that zeroes out the weight of the bowl is invaluable. The only negative thing I can say is that when you turn it on, the default is grams, not ounces.
Jim from Hamilton, AL– Verified Buyer
This is just the item my wife was looking for! She wants to be able to measure her food intake using a scale that not only measured volume but also the calories, etc. of the dish. thanks
Incredibly Easy to Use
Healthy&Homemade from San Diego, CA
I love this scale. It's easy to use and very accurate in terms of weight. I love that I can hit zero and cancel out the weight of the bowl I'm putting ingredients into. The coding sheet that comes with is awesome for calculating the calories of a meal. This is helpful for those dieting or watching their calories, fats, carbs, etc.
Healthy Eater from South Carolina– Verified Buyer
Great for measuring portions. Comes with a laminated book with a wide range of foods that are coded to enter prior to weighing. Amazing to see what a serving size actually is!
Love this scale!
Katie the Food Blogger from Hagerstown, IN– Verified Buyer
This scale is great for people who like to count their macros. It also comes in handy for baking recipes that use a different system of measurement, or halving those pesky little scoops of protein powders, etc!
Anonymous from California