One Handy Dandy Spoon Scale: To Measure Properly and…Secretly!

What exactly does this handy dandy Spoon Scale do?

The spoon scale available from Pro-idee for about $35 US dollars is a kitchen gadget that insures you get the right measurements every time whether you are cooking or…whatever. Proportions are subtly important in cooking techniques in the preparation of food, and this cool kitchen gadget makes them come out perfect every time. (Of course if you are measuring other things, you might consider putting off cooking until whatever it is, passes by.)

The Spoon Scale makes measuring easy, precise and convenient.

Whatever you are measuring, especially if you need a countdown in grams, the spoon scale works especially well. If you are working with other, shall we say unspecified ingredients, measurements must be precise as we wouldn’t want to disappoint those awaiting results of your count on the handy dandy spoon scale who are not exactly the most patient and understanding among us. You need a spoon scale that won’t let you down. Ounces are also easy to deal with and this spoon scale is able to measure more ingredients as you add them. The Spoon scale can also measure a few drops of liquid.

What does this cool Spoon Scale look like?

Actually there is nothing at all unusual about the appearance of this Spoon Scale. It isn’t much larger than the average household spoon, but its secret life as a scale makes it much more interesting. Its LED digital display is as clear as a bell and it would be impossible to misread a measurement even if you donated both your eyes to science. Its built-in scale can easily switch between ounces and grams and can measure from .0005 to 10.5 ounces. The scoop of the spoon scvale is made of ABS plastic, but the handle of the spoon scale is made from stainless steel, which lends considerable class to its appearance.

Is this handy dandy Spoon Scale for you?

Evaluate your cooking skills and other proclivities and then...make a decision.

Jul 10, 2008
by Anonymous


a good product but probably expensive. Also it would need to show not only in grams, ounces, also other weight measures and also it needs to say "teaspoon" when you have taken a full teaspoon since not everyone knows how much a teaspoon full weighs and other types of spoon measures. Also is it easily cleaned?

Jul 10, 2008
by Anonymous

forgot to say

I probably would need one.

Jul 11, 2008
by Steve Levenstein
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Is there a spork?

Sporks rule - hope they're workin' on one!

Jul 12, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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spork/and/or spoon/scale

Hi Steve,

i don't know about sporks. I will let you know. if you get impatient, you could probably design one yourself!

Thanks for your comment.


Yours in Words,Laughing

M Dee Dubroff