Ozeri ZK420 Digital Scale – 13 lb capacity, 1/2 gram resolution

Ozeri ZK420 Garden and Kitchen Scale, with 0.5 g (0.01 oz) Precision Weighing Technology, in Red

Ozeri ZK420 Garden and Kitchen Scale, with 0.5 g (0.01 oz) Precision Weighing Technology, in Red


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  • 0.5 g/ 0.01 oz precision weighing technology for all your garden herb and greens, and a max Weight capacity of 6000 g/ 13.22 lbs. To help you achieve your diet, health, and wellness goals
  • Unit button converts 5 units of measurements (g, lbs., lbs.: oz, oz, ml) and displays results on a bright LCD screen-e.G. Easily convert 649.5 g to 1.432 lbs. To 1 lbs.: 6.9 oz to 22.91 oz to 649.5 ml
  • Precision Tare button calculates the net Weight of your ingredients by automatically subtracting the Weight of any pouch or container
  • Accommodate weighing platform for both small and large items, with 2 large buttons that generate an audible click Confirmation
  • Automatically powers-off after 2-minutes. Features an easy-access battery compartment (no screwdriver needed). requires 3 AAA batteries. Cleans and stores easily

Things I like about this scale… It uses (easy to find) AAA batteries. It has the Tare Feature.  That allows you to essentially zero out your container to get a true picture of the weight of the contents.  I also like that it has a relatively large capacity for a smaller scale – 13.22 lbs and that it has a .5 gram precision.  Given the specs on this scale, it should work for grain, hops, other brewing ingredients and more.

Ozeri ZK420 Garden and Kitchen Scale, with 0.5 g (0.01 oz) Precision Weighing Technology, in Red


A smaller scale can work for all grain brewers, as you can weigh any amount of grain in multiple batches, but if you’re a large batch all grain brewer or regularly brew all grain batches with larger grain bills you may want to consider a two scale approach, one more precise scale for hops and a larger capacity scale for larger grain bills.  A couple scales to consider:

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