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Rechargeable Kitchen Scales $14.24 (Was $18.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Cevadama-Au via Amazon AU


Rechargeable: Charge your scale with the included USB cable, don't need any batteries. Save lots of batteries costs.
High Accuracy: Equipped with 4 high-precision sensors that allow you to make accurate measurements at any time; Weighs up to 10kg / 22lb, graduation: 1g / 0.04oz, minimum weight recommendation: 3g-5g
Versatile Scale: Units conversion between metric system and british system with one button press. Digital kitchen scale measures units include kg,g,lb,oz ml, and with water and milk volume measurement modes

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  • Shows as $18.99 until you redeem the 25% off coupon

  • +3

    Some things are just easier to use with batteries. Can't imagine it would use much power.

    • +4

      To be fair, the battery in my (Kmart) one has died twice and both times I’ve been too lazy to go out and buy them straight away or to stock a few. Rechargeable does have an appeal to me.

      • +2

        You mean you are on Ozbargain and don't have a ready supply of Eneloops? OMG.

        • +4

          Lol. I have a selection. But, alas, the scale I have takes 2032 button batteries I think.

          • +1

            @tomsco: So many button batteries? Mine only uses 1

      • Can relate

  • Coles $10 kitchen scale plus clearance ladda AAA batteries gets the job done for me.

  • +7

    I have this scale, or another rebranded version, and it’s a wonky scale. Many times when I place a bowl, and press reset to 0, it doesn’t go negative and remains on 0 when I lift up the bowl. Sometimes it works, and it goes into negative as it should, and many times it doesn’t.

    It’s not stainless steel, but stainless steel look.

    • +2

      Sounds like a quality product. LOL

  • +2

    I pretty much have this same scale. No issues with it working. The main problem however is the LCD display is only viewable at directly perpendicular, so when you chuck a plate or bowl that partially covers it, it's hard to read the screen.

    Would buy a different brand if i could choose again.

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