Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale by Ozeri, in Refined Stainless Steel with Fingerprint Resistant Coating

The Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale by Ozeri is the industry’s first ever scale to combine the highest grade SUS304 stainless steel with a finger print resistant coating in an inspiring ultra-thin design. Sleek, elegant and accurate, the Zenith’s brushed stainless steel surface curves at its edges, and boasts an integrated weighing platform so that the entire surface of the scale is a single uniform piece, creating the largest weighing area possible. The ultimate companion for your diet and weight goals, the Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale precisely weighs from 0.05 oz to 12 lbs: 10.80 oz (5750 g) in graduations of 0.05 oz or 1 gram. In addition to its avant-garde design, the Zenith by Ozeri features advanced sensor technology to ensure immediate responses for the hurried cook. The Zenith’s large high-contrast blue backlit LCD screen provides a wide viewing angle and is easy to read in both low and bright ambient light conditions. The blue backlit LCD displays results in grams, ounces, fluid ounces, millimeters and pounds, and the large Unit button lets you change the unit of measurement with push-button ease. The Zenith’s Tare button automatically subtracts the weight of any bowl or container to calculate the net weight of your ingredients. The Zenith’s easy-touch buttons provide an audible and tactile click confirmation so you never have to push twice. The Zenith by Ozeri automatically powers off after 2 minutes of inactivity, and ships with 2 Lithium batteries included. Proudly selected by the Dana Farber Cancer Institute for a Harvard Medical School study on the link between weight loss and the prevention of breast cancer, the Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale boasts uncompromising accuracy, stainless steel construction, and a svelte design.

Product Features

  • World’s thinnest scale made of the highest grade SUS304 Stainless Steel, with fingerprint resistant coating.
  • Equipped with 4 new high-precision sensors that accurately weigh from 0.05 oz to 12 lbs: 10.80 oz (5750 g) in graduations of 0.05 oz or 1 gram.
  • Features an easy-touch Unit of measurement button, and an easy-touch Tare button to instantly calculate the net weight of your ingredients.
  • Award-winning design includes a large high-contrast blue backlit LCD screen that displays weights in lb, oz, g, fl.oz., and ml.
  • Includes 2 Lithium batteries and an easy-access battery compartment (no screwdriver needed). Cleans and stores easily. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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3 thoughts on “Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale by Ozeri, in Refined Stainless Steel with Fingerprint Resistant Coating

  1. Zenith scale–Accurate, zero-out feature, modern design never had food scale before but did testing when I received it. never imagined an empty frozen baggie that was quart size would weigh anything. I put a paper towel on it and it had some weight too depending on how big the towel was and how I folded it so that the center had most of the paper towel. an empty candy wrapper had weight shown. amazing.whenever I put something on the middle and weigh it I noticed if my fingers touched just the outside, outer area on the sides the…

  2. Poor battery lifetime even at 2.97V. I bought Zenith’s Pro Digital Kitchen Scale on a friend’s recommendation. I’m a Weight Watcher and I weigh just about everything! I can put something on the Zenith scale, push a button twice to zero out the container, then add the ingredient that I’m really weighing. It’s really helped, with far less time and fuss than my older scale–where I was constantly moving the dial back and forth, then guessing what was truly “O”. I also like the units conversion feature (oz., grams, fluid oz). My pasta…

  3. I used a volt meter to measure the voltage for the batteries to see whether the scale ate up the battery life. You need a voltage higher than 2.97V for both batteries to make the scale work. Usually, a new set of batteries will be slightly higher than 3V for the CR2032. I am guessing a new set will have voltages between 3.05 and 3.1 volts. The sad reality is that anything below 2.97V. The scale will not simply work. I believe our scale dies around 1 to 2 months of usage. I am somewhat surprised…

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