Sunday, April 22, 2012
Ozeri Touch 2 Digital Kitchen Scales Review
This Ozeri Touch Sensitive tempered glass has 2 innovative touch sensitive buttons for effortless operation. It has an ultra modern design with a large glass weighing platform. This can be bought on Amazon HERE
It contains a Large high-contrast LCD that displays results in pounds, kilograms, grams, and ounces. It can tell you the weight of anything up to 17.6 pounds (8 Kilograms). It has 4 high-precision sensors that weighs 0.1 ounces to 17.6 pounds, and also 1 gram to 8 kilograms.
This scales is very easy to clean. All you have to do is wipe it down with a damp washcloth. You have to remember that this is NOT waterproof. You can’t submerge this into water or any kind of liquid at any time. It will NEVER work again. It is an electronic, and shouldn’t be set in water either.
To get the best results, you need to set the scale on a very balanced flat surface that is completely clean and dry. You can weigh everything recipe wise with this.
It is sleek and slim and takes up very little storage space. This is a huge plus in a small kitchen that has a lot of items. I don’t want to have to find a place to store a big bulky scale. It can be used and returned to it’s place with no problem at all.
It cleans up quickly and easily. It’s very simple to use and is very straightforward when weighing. It comes with an instruction book, but it’s so simple that I didn’t have to use it. The tempered glass makes it 4 times more stronger than regular glass.
I love the TARE button. It very quickly calculates the net weight of the ingredients by subtracting the container weight. This makes it SO much easier when weighing flour, baking soda, baking powder, etc.. I don’t have to weigh the container first and then subtract the weight of the actual ingredients.
It comes with a Calorie guide that also includes the U.S. postal service First Class Letter Rate Guide. The Calorie Guide features hundreds of different foods that are measured 1 cup/ 1 1/2 cups and how many calories it is. This would be awesome for someone who makes their own recipes, because they could just jot down the calories when writing the recipe.
The First Class Letter Guide is only updated to 2009, so it isn’t really handy. It’s not hard to look it up and print it off though. If you are a business retailer looking for shipping prices.. just click HERE
I am also excited to have this because of my small business. This would be a VERY awesome thing to have when determining how much something weighs to mail it out. This is great for mailing small-medium items, which is all I ship out anyway.
I looked at the post office and on many online stores, and although they weighed up to 30 pounds, they didn’t have gram options. If I’m just going to be mailing out a small piece of jewelry or a couple of crocheted bookmarks, I didn’t want to have to convert it to ounces.
I LOVE this scale and I will NEVER part with it. It is so elegant looking because if the black tempered glass. It weighs easily and efficiently without me having to do any extra work. It cleans up easy, with just a wipe down. It stores easily, whether I’m using it In the kitchen or for mailing items.
This is a major plus to me. No more guessing on the weight of recipe items or items to mail. I can now be ready when I go to the post office to mail something!
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Disclosure: This isn’t a sponsored post. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way. I did receive products but only for review purposes only.
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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.