Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Stylish Scale to Measure your Food from Fraser

With touch sensitive buttons and a tempered glass surface this FraserTM FS11 digital kitchen scale is one of the most advanced scales. The FraserTM FS11 scale is ideal for the home chef who desires accuracy and an elegant design. This scale also features an automatic Tare button that will quickly subtract the container weight, allowing you to weigh only the contents of your container.
The FraserTM FS11 scale has a capacity ranging from 0 ounces to 11 lbs (0 to 5,000 grams), and provides measurements in graduations of 1 g or 0.1 oz on its bright LCD screen. The scale also displays results in both the US and international metric systems (grams | ounces | pounds | kilograms). The large screen features a bright LCD with an improved viewing angle for the on-the-move chef, and provides Low Battery and Overload indicators. The FraserTM digital kitchen scale comes equipped with 1 lithium CR2032 removable battery for long life, and features a 1 minute automatic turn-off that preserves battery life.
Operation Instructions. ON/OFF Tap the TARE button to power scale ON. Hold down on TARE button for two seconds to power scale OFF.

My Thoughts

I love the size of this scale. It's thin and light. It's easy to place in a drawer when not using, yet stylish to stay on the counter.

I found the scale easy to use after ready the instruction manual. It has a lot of cool features, such as selecting the units you need. You can also place a bowl or plate on the scale and then pres the TARE button. This makes it so when you're measuring food, it doesn't count the weight of the bowl/plate you're using. This is very useful.

I really like that this one is battery operated too. The scale I was using prior was big, bulky, and needed to be plugged in (not to mention ugly). It was easy to clean as the top is glass. No streaks are left after wiping down with water or desired cleaner.

If you're looking for a scale to measure your food, I think you'll be pleased with this one. I couldn't find anything I disliked about it.