A more accurate way to serve up a spoonful of sugar

Precision Spoon Scale by Admetior measures accurate dry and wet ingredients using a handle-mounted digital scale.

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If you're a baker, you know that precise measurements mean everything. So much so, that expert bakers tell us ways to spoon flour into measuring cups in order to avoid compacting the flour and using too much. For smaller measurements, using methods like this are much more difficult, if not impossible.

Using standard measuring spoons can result in too much or too little ingredients (like too much yeast or too little baking soda), completely changing the consistency of the finished product. This precision spoon scale by Admetior alleviates this problem by having a digital weight measurement built right into the handle.

Measuring up to 2.9 ounces, the spoon takes care of most of the smaller ingredients in baking recipes, and if used multiple times, can measure larger quantities too. It has two clear interchangeable spoon bowls with printed measurements, It also saves space, fitting into your utensil crock or drawer instead of requiring a space on the shelf.

The Admetior Precision Spoon Scale is available on Amazon for $19.99.

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