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I timed it just now: 2 minutes 55seconds. I use mine every day and am very pleased with it.
19 May 2014 by Michael Finnegan
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Contact the uk sales and service at kent the numbers 01732 360783.there brilliant scales i have had no problems with mine.hope this helps.
9 Oct 2014 by katy
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replacing battery 17 Nov 2013
Pretty easy! It takes a CR2032 (3 volt) battery. Battery cover on underside, opens easily. Might need a butter knife or other flat, blunt object to prise the original out (depending on the size of your fingers). The new battery slots in very easily.
17 Nov 2013 by S. Brown
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Any bowl will fit. Just remember to ZERO the weight button when you put your bowl onto the pad, before you start to add the ingredients. These are very useful scales - add an ingredient, ZERO the weight button, add next ingredient, et. etc. No need to keep on taking the bowl on and off the scales and doing exercises in Advanced Mathematics! Happy Cooking!
12 Oct 2014 by Pat Snompers
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Hi there, its 6.25 x 7 inches hope this helps1
12 days ago by malcolm bettington
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They weigh in pounds/ounces, grams, fl.oz and ml. You won't regret buying these, they are very useful!
15 Mar 2014 by Caz
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No it doesn't, it measures in grams though xx
6 days ago by beckylloyd1995
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Yes it's made in China but good quality Salter always made good scales.
6 Nov 2014 by Jennifer Gledhill
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I assume you mean the actual weight of the scales and not the weighing capacity. The weight of the scales is just 500g including battery
1 Jul 2014 by ggracer
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Yes, 5000g is the maximum.
28 May 2014 by Martin C
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