The KitchenTour Coffee Scale with Timer features a simple interface and a bright LCD screen that make it a good choice for anyone still trying to get a grasp on what makes a good cup of coffee.
This coffee scale is a capable tool in your kitchen, with a capacious memory and a simple interface that's optimized for reading, not scrolling through menus.
For my first coffee scale, I wanted it to be accurate, with easily understood scales, a timer, and a beautiful aesthetic. The Greater Goods coffee scale fit the bill. The timer function lets me see how long my pour overs are taking, and when the scale is on the counter, the high contrast display makes it very easy to read. The scale is also small enough that I can keep it on the counter without taking up too much space, so it can double as a timer as well. Plus, it has an indent so that I can hang it on the wall, and the plastic cover underneath keeps the scale safe from direct heat. The color screen is hard to read, but a quick glance tells me whether or not my cup of coffee is as light or dark as I'd like it to be. I weigh my beans (which are ground for my espresso maker) at 0.6 grams, so the scale has to register that, and the scale registers with a very quick refresh rate. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to get into making pour overs.
The scale is built to read as low as grams, so it's easy to measure ingredients, which is essential for making things like cakes and cookies. The included timer can be activated remotely, which is convenient for those who like to finish their recipe with a specific amount of time remaining.
This digital kitchen scale is very accurate, and for the price, you can't beat it. It's compact, easy to use and read, and it even has a timer so you can set it and forget it. For the price, this scale is one of the best we've ever tested.
The ideal kitchen scale -- minimalist design, accurate results, and lifetime use. It can be used to measure dry food (no liquid), and it's easy to clean.
The Etekcity Food Scale is a reliable, easy-to-use combination food scale, timer, and thermometer. The scale has 11 pound capacity and the scale is divide by 0.1 pound, which is more than enough for most situations. The scale has a very precise strain gauge sensor, which makes it easy to weigh your items without getting any error. The scale is easy to read because of its big and bright LCD display, which clearly shows how much weight is on the scale. The scale also comes with detachable bowl, which makes it easy to mix and weigh your food. The scale's sensitivity reset button is very convenient, because it makes the scale work faster. The scale's large-capacity 2.06quart bowl is also removable, which makes it very convenient for mixing and pouring. Etekcity Food Scale is very accurate, full of features, and very easy to use.
The OXO BREW 6 lb. scale delivers total accuracy in your k-cups, and it stores virtually anywhere. The timer lets you control pour times. This is a perfect scale for smaller brews at home and for coffee shops.
OXO's BREW 6 is sturdy and portable, and it looks elegant on a kitchen countertop. It includes a built-in timer that's designed to work with pour-over coffee. The scale and the timer are both accurate to within 0.1 grams, and we recommend using this in conjunction with a scale like the OXO On Barista Brain (reviewed here), because it can calibrate your scale as needed. Like most scales, the BREW 6 only measures in 0.1-gram increments, so if you're brewing up a 16-ounce cup of coffee, you'll need to weigh the beans separately, then weigh the coffee itself, then divide the two to get all of the measurements you need. However, you do get a zero function that lets you tare the scale, which means you don't have to manually zero the scale each time you use it.
This sleek and stylish digital coffee scale features built-in timers so you can adjust brew time, making coffee making and brewing easier than ever. We went back and forth on whether this is better for espresso or regular pours. It's not as precise as other models but continues to impress with its ease of use and tare weight function.
The TIMEMORE coffee scale is easy to use. It is designed with tare function, you can adjust the extraction time, which requires you to set up the tare portion first. The coffee scale weighing without interference, and the extraction time can be adjusted freely, and can adjust up to 15 minutes. This coffee scale has a timer function, you can press the start button, and after 15 seconds, the weighing operation will stop. The scale has the function of air tight which stops the scales when the coffee pot is filled. The scale can be used for a long time, and the built-in lithium battery can be charged 1000 times. The coffee scale has good material, the stainless steel platform is durable, and the thread of the scale is durable. The coffee scale has easy to wash, and is easy to clean. However, the coffee scale is a little bit expensive.
The apexstone digital espresso scale offers an attractive design and a highly functional timer. It's versatile, accurate, and easy to use.
This small coffee scale is compact, stylish, and feels very well built. The LCD display is surprisingly bright and easy to read, even at eye level. The analog timer is simple to use, and the buttons on the side are responsive. The battery life is decent, too. Overall, the Apexstone Espresso Scale With Time has a small footprint, cheap price tag, and sleek good looks. Also, it's easy to use.
The V60 is our first pick for drip coffee scale, and it's really close competition with more expensive models.
The V60 drip scale by Hario is a minimalist design that's easy to use, accurate, and looks great. The V60 has a slim, lightweight design that fits comfortably on a server or countertop. The scale has a slim footprint that makes it easy to store, even with coffee and other accessories. The scale measures in 0.1 gram increments, which is enough precision for most pour over brews. For us, this is a pure coffee scale, and while simple, it has the features needed to make accurate measurements. The timer is a nice touch, but we found it more useful for repeat brewing than for following complicated recipes. The scale started up slowly, but became more responsive over time, and while it doesn't vibrate, the scale does have a beep sound when it's turned on, so you won't miss a pour. The scale is also water-resistant, so it's safe for cleaning or using in damp environments. The ceramic scale surface feels smooth and has a slick, simple design that's easy to clean. Hario also includes a cleaning brush with your purchase, and while you have to remove the scale to wash it, it's simple enough that cleaning isn't necessarily a deal breaker.
This mini coffee scale is the most accurate in its category. It weighs up to 1,000 grams in 0.1 gram increments. It's perfect for baking, cooking, food prep, jewelry, and more.
This small coffee scale measures very precisely, and the digital weight readouts are clearly visible and easy to read. It comes with an adjustable calibration weight so you can make sure the scale is reading accurately. It's also very durable, with stainless steel construction. However, it doesn't come with any extra hooks or clips, so you'll have to buy those separately. we also love its versatility: While some digital scales only measure weight, this one also has a tare function, which lets you get the weight of anything, not just coffee beans.
This kitchen scale makes it easy to perfectly portion out ingredients. The timer and unit converter make it a versatile piece of kitchen gear.
This food scale with timer has a simple interface, a reliable digital readout, and a nice range of weighing options. It is also easy to use and clean, thanks to the non-slip rubber mat and dual feet. The controls are intuitive, and the large LCD shows weight, time, and the weight of the remaining coffee beans. It's a terrific choice if you want a scale that can be used in a kitchen or a bar, and is easy to set up and use. The drawback is that it doesn't have as large a screen as our previous pick, which could make it a little hard for some users to read.