I'm Megan Wollerton for CNET appliances.
Here with a hands on first take of Adaptics drop smart kitchen scale.
Now this $100 kitchen scale is very similar to Perfect Bake kitchen scale that I already reviewed.
Similar to Perfect Bake, it's iOS only.
It lets you scroll through a list of savory.
Sweet treats that you can pick from, and it walks you through the cooking process from start to finish.
Now, I've only just started testing this thing, but I've already successfully made several chocolate muffins.
We haven't tried them yet, but they look amazing.
And even though both products walk you through baking from start to finish, I have noticed a couple of differences already.
One obvious difference is that Perfect Bake comes with a whole bunch.
Bunch of stuff.
It has a kitchen scale.
It also has a thermometer that you can stick in the oven.
It came with three different mixing bowls of different sizes.
And that's kind of a more comprehensive kit.
But it also felt a little bit cheap.
Drop, on the other hand, is really just the kitchen scale and the free app on your iPad.
But I did notice that the kitchen scale itself feels a little more substantial.
And I like the design of the app.
I'll have a more in-depth review up shortly but for now this is just a quick hands on first take of [INAUDIBLE] one hundred dollar marketing scale.
Thanks for watching.
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