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Zassenhaus Digital Kitchen Scales - Review

These trendy retro design Zassenhaus digital kitchen scales are great for baking with their add and weigh tare feature - read more about this below. Don't worry if blue isn't your colour as they are available in a choice of five more.

Zassenhaus Retro Digital Kitchen Scales

 The scales feature a traditional weighing scale image on the weighing surface for effect.  The slide-out digital display shows the readings and I love the nice big, easy to read display.

Zassenhaus Digital Kitchen Scales close up

Despite the weighing surface looking like it's embossed, it is totally flat and smooth. It's made from glass which makes it really easy to keep clean. I really like that the digital reader tucks neatly away into the base of the unit when not in use with with just a slight push.

It's really easy to change between imperial and metric units and has tare operation allowing you to add and weigh other ingredients at the press of a button which sets the scales to zero and ready to weigh again.

The scales have auto shut-off (after one minute) saving on battery power if you do forget to press the button to turn them off yourself. The scales can weigh up to 5kg in 1 gram units.

They also come supplied with a button cell battery which is easily replaced.

I thought the scales are really good quality and are 230mm x 140mm x 17mm in size - which is not too big and not too small either.

They retail at around £30 and are available from Top Gourmet or Amazon.
Thank you Pam for kindly sending me these to review.

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