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Pocket Coffee Scale

Pocket Coffee Scale

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A budget friendly coffee brewing scale that can fit in your pocket. Sometimes we just want to accurately weigh our dose of coffee and water, these scales can do just that and have a range of different measuring options that you can toggle through.

Features:

  • Precise measurements (0.1g accuracy)
  • Toggle on/off Blue backlight display
  • Range of different units of measurement
  • Measures just 12 x 6.5cm
  • Weighing plate 5 x 5.5cm
  • Auto-Off after 30 seconds
  • 500g Capacity

Measures:

  • Grams 'g'
  • Ounces 'Oz'
  • Tael 'Tl'
  • Carat 'Ct'
  • Guide Number 'Gn'
  • Piece Counting Mode 'PCS'

Included:

1x Pocket Coffee Scale (Batteries not included 2x AAA)

Dimensions



Weighing Capacity: 500g

Materials

Brand: Basic Barista

SKU:MH-0.1g

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Annette Milne

Works well, very handy