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Re: [IP] scales



I bought a Tanita model 1475T from www.balances.com about a year ago. It's
portable, pocket size, and its'  measuring tray serves as a hard cover to
protect the scale during travel to restaurants, etc. The only (minor)
problem was that the tray didn't lock in the traveling position - but I
fixed that with a little bit of velcro... It's my preferred scale both at
home and for travel.

The above site has a bunch of different manufacturers/models to choose from
including some new ones which weren't available when I ordered. Although the
site is somewhat confusing and uses several other alternate domain names
other than http://www.balances.com, they did send the order quickly.

- Peter Helmers



----- Original Message -----
From: april stanley <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2000 11:22 PM
Subject: [IP] scales


> We don't use scales now (although we have one and are about to start).
> I have seen several times packages that give wrong info.
> We bought 2 packages of rolls-one the itty bitty ones and one of the
regular
> sized rolls and both packages gave the exact same info. when I know it
would
> have taken at least 3 little ones to make a big one.
> The scales would come in handy to weigh breads.
> Right now our method for restaurant rolls is to hold it in your hand and
> think how does it compare with a 12-14 carb. slice of white bread. Some
> breads are alot heavier than another bread the same size if it hasn't
risen
> as much.
> April- convinced using a scale is a good thing-
>
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