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Taylor 10 lb Digital Portion Control Scale - 5 7/8"L x 6 5/8"D x 1 1/2"H

Stock No.: 52181 Vendor Part No.: TE10FT TE10FT , UPC: 077784018002 Brand: Taylor
Price: $80.91
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  • 10 lb. weight capacity holds smaller amounts of food
  • 6.625 x 5.875 x 1.5 (L x W x H) rests on any countertop
  • One year limited warranty included
  • Large LCD read out is easy to read

The Taylor 10 lb. Digital Portion Control Scale measures 5 7/8"L x 6 5/8"D x 1 1/2"H. This digital scale ensures your portions are always accurate, making your customers happy and eliminating waste in your kitchen.

This digital portion scale has a large LCD readout, which makes reading and interpreting data simple. Its 10 lb. overall weight capacity easily holds smaller amounts of food. This scale measures with a resolution of 11 lbs. x 0.1 Oz., 5 Kg x 1g, and it includes a 5.4" x 5.4" platform for measuring and weighing items. This platform is removable for easy cleanup. This scale also includes an AC adaptor, and comes with a One Year Limited Warranty.

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Stock No. 52181
Brand Taylor
VPN TE10FT
Case Pack 1
Material Plastic
Color Beige
Secondary Material Stainless Steel
Shape Rectangular
Width 5.875" in
Depth 6.625" in
Height 1.5" in
Weight Capacity 11 Lbs
Size Weighs in Pounds + Ounces and Kg + Grams
Platform Size 5.4" x 5.4"
Resolution 11 Lbs x 0.1 Oz, 5 Kg x 1 G
Warranty 1 Year Limited Warranty
Certifications NSF

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