Teatime wrote:I mainly drink loose tea so I'll will be using the scale quite often. I found a very small stainless steel infuser holder that I can use on top of the scale.
I have a tray in the kitchen that I use to hold all my tea accessories. I think that this scale will be my favorite one.
Teatime wrote:I haven't tried it yet. It just arrived last night.
I'll try it tonight. I'm happpy that you dont have to rest it each time.
One more question please. Do you have to zero it out each time? I plan on using the same infuser holder to measure the tea.
Mary R wrote:Mmmm, a scale sounds like a great idea. Just remember to pay attention to the accuracy. If you're trying to weigh 2g of tea and the accuracy is withing 1g...well, that could be iffy. One with .1g or .01g would give even more consitant results.
chip wrote:I wonder if I would turn it on with my tray on it, if it would automatically tare...hmmm...I will have to try that.
I read somewhere that a dime was 2.25 grams, but they seem to vary from dime to dime.
scruffmcgruff wrote:Speaking of splitting hairs...
The decimal point to which a scale reports is actually a measure of precision, not accuracy.
(I'm such a nerd, I know.)
Salsero wrote:There's a nice sale on gram scales at
http://www.oldwillknottscales.com/index ... ProdID=115
scruffmcgruff wrote:The decimal point to which a scale reports is actually a measure of precision, not accuracy.