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VEG_GIRL04 Posts: 770
5/4/12 8:34 A

I'm with JamiRBlaze. I think we have the same Walmart scale! I bought it when I was just starting out and didn't want to break the bank. It seems accurate to me (when something says 1 oz = about 27 chips or whatever, it is typically spot on.) It's easy to use, small and it's been a cheap purchase that has made all the difference for me!

JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 887
4/28/12 11:13 P

I guess that it depends what you want it for, but I just have a cheap digital scale from Walmart. The brand name is not on it and the packaging is long gone, but I have seen them there recently - it's grey with glass top and costs less than $20. Is it super duper accurate? Probably not, but it's close, tares easily, changes unit simply and is easy to change the battery. Doesn't tell you the calories or anything like that, but I don't need it to.

Edited by: JAMIRBLAZE at: 4/28/2012 (23:13)
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4/27/12 9:05 P

I have the OXO scale too. I really like it. It measure in grams and ounces, and I like that you can measure food on a plate or in a bowl by setting it to 0 once you place it on the scale. Very practical. I got it for about $35.00.

JESUSCARES Posts: 253
4/26/12 8:35 A

I bought a WW scale and love it. It can measure in grams our ounces. I bought it last year with a coupon so I can't remember how much it costs. It does the job.

ANNE007 Posts: 153
4/25/12 3:08 P

Thanks to everyone for the input!

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4/25/12 2:46 P

I use a Curves digital scale. Slim and fits easily into a drawer. $24.95

LULU8278 Posts: 313
4/25/12 8:36 A

I have an OXO 5 Lbs. Food Scale with pull out display. It's easy to use, compact and economical. It also fits into a small drawer when not in use, which was important to me. The pull out display feature is very handy. I've found it to be accurate.

KAPELAKIN Posts: 1,971
4/24/12 11:54 P

I have a Salter digital scale and it is really accurate and easy to use. It has a flat platform, so I put my bowl or whatever on the platform and turn it on and it will be automatically zeroed out so I can add the food to the bowl and get an accurate weight. I actually use it more for measuring my horse's supplements and when I am brewing beer, so I like that it measures accurately in grams or ounces, depending on what I need. Also, it is less than 2" tall, so it is easy to store unlike the spring scale we used to have that had to live on top of the fridge.

ANNE007 Posts: 153
4/24/12 6:54 P

Tell me about which food scale you use and why you like it!

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