If you're buying a kitchen scale—maybe you track calories or want more precision for baking—there's actually a lot to think about. It has to be accurate, sure. But the controls for tare and unit swapping have to be simple (preferably one button), the platform's got to be large enough for bowls and plates, and the whole thing has to look good, especially if it's going to live on your nice countertop.
When a kitchen scale has all of those components, it's worth buying. When a kitchen scale has all of those components, and it's a ridiculous 73% off, we write an article about it. So here we are.
The Etekcity digital stainless steel kitchen scale is just $10.88 today on Amazon. No wonder it's a bestseller.