If you love to cook a kitchen scale can make all the difference in how your favorite dish turns out.
Most of us have a variety of measuring cups or spoons. But there’s two problems:
- They’re messy.
- Using volumetric devices isn’t always the most accurate.
Enter the kitchen scale. They can help with both of the above problems, unless of course you are blind or vision impaired. In which case talking kitchen scale is what you may need.
1. My Weigh Talking Kitchen Scale
This talking kitchen scale is both simple to use and percise; the talking feature can be easily turned on or off.
2. Multi-Function Talking Kitchen Scale
This sleek, white kitchen scale is designed to measure a variety of ingredients, from dry items such as flour and sugar to liquid ingredients like oils and milk. Measurements are read aloud in a loud, clear voice; measurements include both standard and metric units.
3. The Braille Superstore’s Talking Kitchen Scale
This kitchen scale features a stylsh blue platform made from tempered glass; this scale is designed to weigh up to 12 lbs, and can verbally announce the weight of kitchen ingredients in pounds, ounces, grams, or militers.
One final tip
If you’re unfamiliar with the button layout or just don’t want to memorize something else, consider grabbing a few braille dots (or tactile markers) to label them.
Let us know in the comments below which one you end up choosing, and don’t forget to check out some of other everyday essentials guides, such as talking thermostats, talking clocks, and talking body weight scales.