|Price incl. VAT||£24.84 £18.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£15.75|
|Return products within two months £0.95 Possibility to return products within two months||
Kitchen scale, which is due to its features suitable for weight-loss diets, athletes, diabetics, cardiac patients, people with kidney disease, elevated cholesterol, high blood pressure, etc.. In addition to the normal functions because of the calories, sodium, protein, fat, carbohydrates, cholesterol and fiber through 999 pre-programmed codes foods. Storage of up to 99 weighted sum of total food allows the nutritional (dietary) values. Easy operation is ensured with simple touch screen and keys.
Weight supports the ability to view the total income of each individual nutritional components of food and dishes, daily food intake and weekly food intake. Memory retained even after switching off the scale. Other features include zero weight container (Tara) features progressive reweighing or four sensors for high precision weighing. Of course there is a choice of units (g/ml). There is also a low battery indication and overload (weight and nutrition).
Touch control sensors (Buttonless operation with long life)
LCD, 60 x 45 mm
To 5 kg
To 1 g
After 60 seconds
Ability to operate as a traditional kitchen scale
Ultra slim design (only 17 mm height)
Glass surface for easy and hygienic maintenance
Tempered safety glass
157 x 224 x 17 mm
1 x 3V lithium battery (CR 2032)
Sencor was founded in 1969 in Japan. The name "Sencor" means "a thousand hearts" in Japanese. The company currently distributes its products in more than 25 countries, with extremely diverse offerings in consumer electronics, tablets and phones, office equipment, electronics, cars, and products for the home and kitchen. Sencor is known for dependable quality and attractive design at a reasonable price.
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