weigh scale for foods

bigcle82
bigcle82 Posts: 134 Member
Any suggestions of stores that have some good scales for weighing food but at a reasonable price.
I never thought that I would be weighing my food, but I ready for this change in my life

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  • Emtabo01
    Emtabo01 Posts: 672
    Bed bath and beyond
  • srm1960
    srm1960 Posts: 281 Member
    :bigsmile: :bigsmile: Ditto-Use a BBB coupon-its even cheaper
    Bed bath and beyond
  • pittsblue99
    pittsblue99 Posts: 277 Member
    Wal-Mart and Target both have scales, as well.
  • ashlinmarie
    ashlinmarie Posts: 1,263 Member
    You can order them off of Amazon for reasonable prices as well.
  • meeper123
    meeper123 Posts: 3,347 Member
    Got mine on amazon tip dont buy the ones at walmart they blow
  • trud72
    trud72 Posts: 1,912 Member
    ou can get weigh scales for the kitchen as cheep as chips! less 5.00 easy if you look! :bigsmile: you dont need some newfangled thingymagig in them! they only weigh food! lol
  • Ed98043
    Ed98043 Posts: 1,333 Member
    This is the type of scale I have: http://www.weatherconnection.com/product.asp?itmky=90848&s=froogle&gclid=COqqxJ7_2rUCFSSCQgodlkwAOw

    I like the digital with the bigger glass top because if I'm making a salad or stir-fry I can put the bowl right on it, reset it to zero so it doesn't weigh the bowl, and then add each ingredient one at a time and reset it to zero in between so I have an exact measurement of each ingredient. Prior to this I had a little tiny spring-type scale that was much more time consuming and I always had to subtract the weight of the container.
  • Ready2Rock206
    Ready2Rock206 Posts: 9,488 Member
    This is the type of scale I have: http://www.weatherconnection.com/product.asp?itmky=90848&s=froogle&gclid=COqqxJ7_2rUCFSSCQgodlkwAOw

    I like the digital with the bigger glass top because if I'm making a salad or stir-fry I can put the bowl right on it, reset it to zero so it doesn't weigh the bowl, and then add each ingredient one at a time and reset it to zero in between so I have an exact measurement of each ingredient. Prior to this I had a little tiny spring-type scale that was much more time consuming and I always had to subtract the weight of the container.

    Yes! Definitely a digital that you can zero out as you add ingredients. Target, Bed Bath & Beyond - any store really that sells kitchen stuff should have them.
  • bigcle82
    bigcle82 Posts: 134 Member
    Thanks for the info. I was thinking bed bath and beyond or something along those lines.
    Thanks again, and good luck to you all.
  • mandynsnuf
    mandynsnuf Posts: 81 Member
    ebay has them for super cheap :)
  • majope
    majope Posts: 1,325 Member
    I got a Sharper Image digital scale at Tuesday Morning for $15 a couple of weeks ago. This one: http://www.amazon.com/The-Sharper-Image-Digital-Scale/dp/B004E8EB04