Part of our Concept Art range of tools for the professional
barista, the spoon scale is a very clever little device that weighs the ground
coffee – up to 30g and accurate to 0.1g.
Lovers of gadgets won’t be able to resist this spoon, which
certainly simplifies the process of checking the weight of the coffee.
Previously, to check the grinder is dispensing the correct amount of ground
coffee, most baristas would use a flat bed set of battery scales. It’s a fiddly
process, which involves placing a piece of paper on the scales before zeroing
them, dispensing the coffee onto the paper and returning the paper to the
scales for weighing. If the scales turn themselves off mid-process, or the
barista spills the coffee, it would be necessary to start again.
With the spoon scale, none of this is necessary. Simply
switch it on, grind the coffee into the spoon receptor and weighing is
automatic. Keeping your grinder in check has never been easier.
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