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Amazon Reload

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  • Add funds to your Amazon Gift Card balance, then use your balance to manage how much you spend while shopping.
  • Save up for a purchase by adding funds to your Gift Card balance.
  • Checkout faster when you reload to your Gift Card balance in advance.
  • Set up Auto-Reload to automatically reload to your Gift Card Balance on a particular date, week, month or when your balance gets low.
  • Reloaded funds never expire and have no fees.
  • Amazon Reload purchases are not refundable or redeemable for cash, except as required by law.

Amazon Reload

★★★★★
$10.00  in stock
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as of May 9, 2024 5:48 am

  • Add funds to your Amazon Gift Card balance, then use your balance to manage how much you spend while shopping.
  • Save up for a purchase by adding funds to your Gift Card balance.
  • Checkout faster when you reload to your Gift Card balance in advance.
  • Set up Auto-Reload to automatically reload to your Gift Card Balance on a particular date, week, month or when your balance gets low.
  • Reloaded funds never expire and have no fees.
  • Amazon Reload purchases are not refundable or redeemable for cash, except as required by law.

AmazonBasics Digital Kitchen Scale with LCD Display (Batteries Included)

★★★★★
$12.59
$11.49
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Features

BrandAmazon Basics
ColorBlack and Stainless Steel
Recommended Uses For ProductFood
Weight Limit11 Pounds
MaterialStainless Steel
Item Weight0.38 Kilograms
Product Dimensions8.25 x 7 x 1.25 inches
Item Weight13.4 ounces
ManufacturerAmazon
ASINB06X9NQ8GX
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberEK3211
Best Sellers Rank#23 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #2 in Digital Kitchen Scales
Date First AvailableOctober 31, 2017

  • Digital kitchen scale with widescreen LCD screen
  • Weighs up to 11 pounds (about 5000 grams) of food
  • Advanced sensor technology delivers quick, accurate responses
  • Displays results in ounces, grams, pounds, or kilograms
  • Tare button subtracts container weight to zero out the scale so you only measure what you want

Amazon Kindle Scribe (32 GB) - 10.2” 300 ppi Paperwhite display, a Kindle and a notebook all in one, convert notes to text and share, includes Premium Pen

★★★★★
$389.99
$279.99
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  • THE ONLY KINDLE WITH A DIGITAL NOTEBOOK AND PEN – Read and write down thoughts in books or a separate notebook, distraction free. Selected one of Oprah’s Favorite Things 2023.
  • EXPLORE KINDLE NOTEBOOKS – A digital notebook you can write on. Journal, sketch, take notes, and more.
  • CONVERT HANDWRITTEN NOTES TO TEXT – View or share your notes with contacts and browse notes on the go through the Kindle app.
  • READ AND WRITE AS NATURALLY AS YOU DO ON PAPER – The world’s first 10.2" 300 ppi glare-free, front-lit display.
  • TAKE HANDWRITTEN NOTES AS YOU READ – Write notes within millions of titles in the Kindle Store.
  • IMPORT AND MARK UP DOCUMENTS – Review and take notes directly on PDFs, or create sticky notes in Microsoft Word.
  • THE LONGEST BATTERY LIFE OF ANY KINDLE – Unlike tablets, Kindle Scribe offers months of reading and weeks of writing on a single charge.

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  1. As fast as Brett Lee. :-)Good Product and immediate delivery. Nice gift to show birthday wish and love towards your best friend.

  2. The best way to gift someone to give what they really is in need of.

  3. Best option for Gifting. Speedy delivery on email

  4. The media could not be loaded.  I am a life long Kindle user going back to the first gen with onboard network at no cost and a keyboard. Still have it actually. My last Kindle is the last generation Oasis which I generally love but the battery is starting to go and the included leather battery case is starting to seriously degrade from too many pool and beach days. Additionally, I have been using the Remarkable 2 for about a year now. I love it. I have all of my note handy in any meeting. I have home and work to do lists that literally manage my life. However, all of my ebooks are consumed via Kindle and I read a lot. The Remarkable supports ePub and what not but that isn’t my thing. I love the simplicity Amazon has created for me here. I don’t want to download books on a laptop and then drop them into my Remarkable. Sounds trivial but it is a step. So, I was pumped and immediately ordered the Scribe when I saw it. I have been using it regularly now, side by side with my with my Remarkable, to gauge if the Scribe could be an all in one solution for me. These are my early thoughts but they are hardly complete as this is a very nuanced debate.Build: The Remarkable 2 has a better feel. Both the premium pen and the device feel just a little better constructed on the Remarkable. Both feel good but the Remarkable wins here. The Scribe’s premium pen struggles to erase consistently which is irritating. That said, both feel great to write with. Further, it is clear to me that Amazon really took the writing part seriously. There is virtually zero lag on the Scribe. The Remarkable has low lag but the Kindle is clearly faster and more rewarding to write with. The Scribe is also back-lit and it is very good. That is a big win for Amazon. I give the edge in overall build to Remarkable but the Scribe has done enough in other places to make it a tough call.Processor and speed: This one isn’t even a contest. I haven’t looked up the processing specs and I will for my next update but I really don’t need to. The Scribe is so much faster in everything it does. Page turns and searches are so much better here. Everything from menu access to flipping from one notebook to the next is better on the Scribe. It is actually painful to use my Remarkable in some ways now.Last Remarkable comparison points: The Remarkable make sharing work easier for now though it isn’t seemless. The Scribe is clunky in this area. Note transcription is an area that Remarkable is clearly more refined in for instance. The thing is, while I love the idea, I don’t use it that much personally but I know many do. If you are taking note, sharing them with colleagues, transcribing them to text, and using your device as a workhorse, The Scribe isn’t ready for you. I think it will be but it isn’t there now. Of you are like me, and like to have all your notes in one handy device, the Scribe works even if the software isn’t perfect yet.As a Kindle: For me this is homerum city. The Scribe is absolutely Amazon’s best Kindle for reading. It is much larger, still reasonably light, and is so much faster and more capable. You can take notes here while reading which is okay bit clunky. Do not buy this if you hope to make indepth annotations or comments on your books. Making little sticky notes comments isn’t the best. Better than nothing but not a reason to buy.So, in conclusion, for me, this is a tough one. I am going 4 stars with hope for software improvements that take it to 4.5 to 5. The speed, backlight, functional note taking and customizable folders / notebooks make it enough to recommend but only if you want to really use a digital notebook. I do. I love it. Therefore, for me, having the ability to marry my Remarkable and my Kindle, even if it isn’t quite perfect, is enough for me to recommend. Much more to come.***First Update*** So, week one is in the books and I was able to travel with the Scribe across the country which I find to be a great way to get to know a device like this. I don’t often have five or six hours in a day to read and write. As I write this, I am on my plane back to Detroit from LA and just got done doing some reading and then some work. I have a couple of more thoughts here. The first is that the software needs to be improved. It is not as easy as it should be to switch between reading and note taking. It goes like this: Tap the top of the screen, tap Home, then scroll to what you want to switch to, and click again. Not the end of the world, but not ideal. Some sort of carousel at the bottom or top that you could call up would be ideal. Again, the speed of the device is better than any E-Ink device I have ever used which does minimize the inconvenience, but it could be better. I also just noticed the lack of pressure sensitivity in the last few days. I never used it much with the Remarkable, but I do think it is worth noting as many likely will. I do not think I mentioned the lack of waterproofing. That is a pretty large omission for me as this is the most expensive Kindle and nearly every other now made has waterproofing for a whole lot less. Now, I need to be more careful at the pool or beach and that might force me to buy a different Kindle for those purposes. This would defeat a lot of the device reduction purpose my Scribe investment set out to achieve. I have to think that through but it may be a deal breaker for me. On the positive side, like all Kindles, the battery life is outstanding. I have barely moved the needle on this four day trip and have spent a number of hours reading and writing. Really impressive! Also, worth noting, unlike others, I find the Premium Leather Case to be a really good addition. If you are going to do buy the Scribe, I think you should really consider that investment as well. I will update as I decide if I will make this work. So far though, the Scribe is a really good reader that has some work to do as a true multi functioning work asset.***Second Update*** Okay, I had my first glitch. The panel started recognizing the pencil maybe a centimeter off of the device, meaning both that it was writing before the pencil was touching and when it was being pulled off the panel. The results were a big mess. I tried to reboot and it was still doing it. I then went to Kindle mode, opened a book, and tried to make a note. It was fine. Went back to notebook mode and it was back to working normally. I cannot get it to replicate but I will be busy with the device this week and will update if it rerurns. Strange and it has me a little spooked. Also, a software thing I really miss from Remarkable. It sounds small, but one of the options in the pencil drop down in Remarkable’s menu is a little dash. When clicked, it allows you to circle things you have written and then cut or copy it for easy moving or large erasing jobs. Amazon needs to add this to the next update ASAP. Something I use often and will miss if I keep the Scribe. More to come…***Third Update***So, thanks to our friends on the web, I solved my pen problem. I had jammed the tip to far into the pencil and it thought I was pressing down on the panel even though I was a good half inch of it. I pulled it out and reinserted it. Problem solved. Today is the last day I can return the Scribe and I am keeping it. The ability to have my Kindle and my notes together is just too strong for me to go back. That said, the Scribe isn’t perfect. I am absolutely banking on Amazon providing significant improvements here. I think Amazon has been clear about the mission here so I am going to go along for the ride. If you need a workhorse writing tablet right now, this isn’t it. If you want the best reader ever made and like the idea of having a robust note taking partner, this is absolutely something you need to buy. I will wrap up in a couple of months, but, for me, the Scribe does enough to warrant the investment.***Fourth Update*** So, this is what I have been waiting for. Amazon has gone update crazy as of late and this device is officially a five star now. The last large update, about 6 weeks ago is huge. I won’t go through it all here as it is detailed everywhere online, but Amazon has officially killed off Remarkable for me. Text conversion, searchable notes, better folder management, a better dropdown menu with the little dashes to circle and delete stuff, and so so much more is here now. I have received 3 updates in the last two months and the Scribe is better now in every way. I am moving my review from a 4 to a 5 because this is now the best e ink writing and reading tablet on the market. Keep up the great support Amazon! Buy with total confidence!

  5. I struggled with the decision to purchase the new Kindle Scribe. I have had several kindles (going all the way back to the Kindle with a keyboard) and a few Kindle Fires. I currently have a Kindle Paperwhite and Fire 8 plus. I have always valued the reading experience on kindles along with the ability to have access to a library of books, obtain samples of books, and a convenient way to highlight and add sticky notes. I was initially excited to see the Scribe come out, but the price and some negative reviews really gave me pause. At the urging of my spouse as a Christmas present and convincing myself that I would return it if it didn’t meet my expectations I decided to take the plunge. I am so glad I did. It has exceeded my expectations in all three of my must haves. I decided to write this review in hopes of helping others going back and forth about whether to purchase it now or wait for a future update.As a little background, I am in academia. I decided that I would purchase and keep the Kindle Scribe if it did an excellent job with The following.1) Able to read textbooks and technical books with tables, charts, graphs, and math.2) Able to read pdfs.3) Able to write notes (lecture notes, answer keys, personal research notes, etc.)Based upon the previous reviews, I was not confident that the Scribe would do a great job with all three of the above must haves. However, it does. I’ll take each one separately with my pros/cons and fixes.1) With my previous kindles (including my current paperwhite and Fire), I was never able to have that wonderful reading experience when it came to textbooks and/or more technical books which included tables, charts, graphs, and math. The physical size of the previous kindles simply was never going to work well with these types of books, even with the zoom feature. The size, and perfection of the screen, of the Scribe makes reading these types of books just as enjoyable as reading a book of fiction. The technical stuff comes across wonderfully and there’s no funky formatting that the previous kindles would have when it comes to tables, charts, etc. So, the Scribe passed with flying colors when it come to this must have. In response to some other reviews, I will say that I’m actually glad that I cannot write (make notes, underline, circle) on the books themselves. I like writing a sticky note and highlighting because it keeps the pages less cluttered. Looking back at physical books that I’ve had to read many times over the years, I have written so many notes in the margins, underlined, etc. that it makes reading them again a pain. I hope that Amazon will always keep the option of sticky notes even if one day it allows writing directly on the book. Given the price, did I need the Scribe? No. I could’ve just continued to read these types of books as physical books. But, I am so glad that I can do it on the Scribe and have the wonderful kindle reading experience. My only complaint is that a few books purchased in the past don’t recognize the pen. This might just be an issue of needing to reformat all books and hopefully it will be fixed in the future. Even with those few books, I can still type sticky notes and highlight as before so it hasn’t bee a big deal.2) Given the size of previous Kindles, sending a pdf and reading it just was never going to work well. The Scribe does a near perfect job. Now, having read some reviews, I was really worried about this must have. I read lots of pdfs from my laptop for my job, and as I sit reading look over to my Paperwhite and wish that I could use it instead (the E-ink is just so much better). Here’s my take on pdfs, if the pdf is nicely formatted to begin with then it comes across on the Scribe perfectly. Yes, you can write on it which is nice (kind of wish I could use sticky notes instead though) and easily export it to your email address. On the other hand, if the pdf is not nicely formatted and/or the text is a bit blurry to begin with, then it doesn’t come to the Scribe perfectly either of course. I have played around with preparing these troublesome pdfs by cropping or simply changing the margin size before sending and it seems to help, but the text is not as crisp. Still though, I can read the pdfs on the Scribe just as easily as reading them on my laptop. So, overall, the Scribe exceeded my expectations here. One strange thing I’ve come across is that when initially opening a pdf, it opens to a cover page so you have to actually go to the beginning by opening up the toolbar at the top then you can flip the pages. This is an example of needing to play around a bit with the Scribe to figure out some of the features. The entire focus on the “cover” thing in pdfs and notes seemed to be a big thing with the tech folks, might be a privacy issue they have in mind. I realize that some folks, myself included, use Google drive and other web-based options to store documents, but Amazon has done an excellent job of allowing the user to drag and drop a document into the Send to Kindle page/app (and, I make sure to choose the option to send only to my Scribe rather than clutter up all my devices). I have only tried one Word document so far but it came across perfectly on the Scribe. If you have a book pdf, you can simply write Chapter 1, 2, etc. on the page of each chapter then go to the notes to easily move to where you want to go. So, I have been extremely happy with this feature which would’ve been a deal breaker for me.3) Others have said that writing on the Scribe feels nearly the same as writing on paper and it does. I plan to write lecture notes, answer keys, and just some notes for myself. Amazon has done a great job in allowing the notebooks to be easily sent to my email address as pdfs, and they come across on my laptop and Fire exactly has I’ve written them. I am really, really pleased with this aspect. In the past, I would scribble an answer key or some notes on a lecture (including Graphs and math) on some scrap paper then a year later when teaching the class again realize that I’d lost the notes and have to redo them. I will be doing all my writing on the Scribe and storing them for latter use. Having read some reviews, it sounded like the current software on the Scribe was not up to the competition. I have to say, however, I am very pleased with the existing software. You don’t get twenty different widths for the pen but rather five. I really don’t want to have to choose from a great many, and what they have now is just fine for my needs. It is true that you don’t have subfolders to create and a large notebook would be difficult to find things in. I get all of those issues. However, instead of writing a 100 page notebook I plan to write lecture notes in 10 notebooks of 10 pages in length saved under one folder. By using appropriate titles for each notebook I think it will actually be better than having one rather lengthy notebook. There’s not a great many templates to choose from, but I have found the ones currently available work just fine for my needs. Again, though, the Kindle Scribe exceeded my expectation for writing notes.Overall, I am thrilled with the Kindle Scribe. I really enjoy the reading and writing experience. Given the price, did I absolutely need the Scribe? Not really. I could read the physical textbooks/technical books. I could read the pdfs on my laptop. I could write notes on paper then scan them into my computer. Or, of course, I could do these things on a good tablet. However, I have always enjoyed the reading experience on a kindle and the Scribe might be the best yet. The writing experience on the Scribe is the closest digital device to paper that I have used. I am glad to have these things on one device which does not have all the distractions that come with laptops and tablets. I hope this review helps others in making their decisions. Oh, and as others have said, the battery is amazing compared to tablets and phones.

  6. I bought this food scale to use with making sourdough. Overall it seems to weigh decently, but with finer light measurements I question whether it is very accurate. It sometimes takes a few seconds to catch up as I am dumping ingredients onto it so I have to consciously slow down when I know I am getting close to the desired weight because it will jump several oz at a time after a slight delay.Also, I have noticed when I go to zero it out as I am adding a different ingredient, it will first reflect the full weight on the scale when I press the tare button and this has put me in a bad position because I think I zeroed it and have started to already add the next ingredient before realizing it displayed the full weight on the scale instead of zeroing out like I wanted (I have to press tare an additional time).

  7. I bought this because I was struggling to load my camping backpack in a way that wouldn’t kill me with the weight and was wondering how it was that all the little things I put in the pack could add up to so much weight. My regular scale couldn’t meaningfully distinguish something less than a few pounds but this one is perfect for anything from a fraction of an ounce up to 10lbs or so. So it has allowed me to weigh each and every item going into the pack and quantify just how much weight it adds. From there it’s easier to make decisions on how to hone in my packing by eliminating excess weight and/or deciding when to shop for a lighter weight version of certain items. My tent (when packed in its bag) easily sits on the scale and matches the advertised weight. The backpack itself is awkward to balance on such a small scale but I got it to work. For all other items – such as deciding which meal options are most weight efficient – it’s perfect! Super easy to use – very glad I picked this up!

  8. This Amazon shift card is a great option for gifts. I have never had any issues with it arriving within minutes and you can personalize it for the receiver with the look of the card and the message they receive. I am aware that some people frown on gift cards and consider them to be the ‘lazy’ gift giving option, but I must respectfully disagree. There are no concerns with the delivery being timely as it gets sent directly to the recipient’s phone number that you provide, and arrives within moments of the giver making the transaction. The recipient is usually thrilled to be able to select exactly what they want for the happy occasion, rather than relying on the gift giver to select something for them that they may not have preferred. I gave this card to my daughter for her birthday, and she was very excited to receive it. I didn’t have to worry about mailing a package and it possibly being mis-delivered to the neighbor two blocks away and never turning back up, or the package being dropped accidentally in a mud puddle and ran over by the garbage truck prior to showing up on her doorstep in questionable state, I also was able to give her directly the full amount of the money for her gift, rather than having to subtract an exorbitant amount of the allotment for shipping.When debating internally on whether or not a gift card is the right choice, I always flash back to the memory of a young relative receiving a hand made colorful vest, from a relative for her birthday. The article of clothing was well made, had obviously cost some money to construct from the quality of the fabrics and had undoubtedly taken considerable time to make as it was sewn out of numerous multi colored fabrics with strategic tufts of the same colourful fabric springing out all over the front and back of the vest. While it’s quite possible that it may have looked great on an emaciated model walking the runway at fashion week in New York City, the recipient was a teenage girl who was a little on the bigger side and at an awkward stage of her teenage years. She probably wouldn’t have minded, if, like a camera, the vest added 10 lbs to her profile. Unfortunately -and I am actually downplaying the full effect in order to be kind – it easily made her look 3 sizes bigger the second she put it on! Needless to say, I believe she wore it one time at Christmas, when the gift giver was in town – but that was the one and only time it ever emerged from her closet! The gifter was a very sweet aunt that had a reputation for being involved with the latest fashion. The aunt usually made clothing that was admired and envied by all the recipient’s peers, and she was known within the family construct to be the ‘cool’ aunt, favored by all neices and nephews. The incident taught me a valuable lesson, that even the best intended gift givers will occasionally make a terrible gift giving choice. I have never felt that I was particularly great at picking out gifts anyway, so the odds aren’t in my favor of a terrible choice being a one time event! So, I usually choose to eliminate the potential of turning a gift for someone I love on their happy occasion into a torturous memory where they pretend to love it, but in reality are secretly looking up spells online at night, in the hopes they will find one that results in the spontaneous combustion of an object. They finally locate the one for the job, but the cost is the sale of one’s soul….after a 2 hour debate with themselves, which is decided by opening the closet and seeing the gift once more, they decide it’s definitely worth the cost if it means no one will ever see them wearing the object! At the holidays everyone is perplexed by Mandy’s strange behavior, refusing to eat anything and speaking in a deep, guttural tone. We note that her huge black eyes follow you everywhere…weird, really thought the they used to be green, must be some creepy new teenage thing with colored contacts or something. Quite the obsession she has with that new knife collection of hers…Seriously, I have yet to have a single person be upset over receiving this gift card, in fact I generally receive much thanks and happy smiles. It’s the perfect go to for any event. However, if you consider yourself to be a dangerous risk taker on birthdays – by all means go ahead and send your nephew that pink bunny rabbit pajama ensemble and insist on getting the 1st photo from his mom so you can post it to facebook. Just don’t be shocked when you receive a call two weeks later from your nephew’s mom to tell you that there was a freak accident resulting in a fire in their backyard after your gift arrived, thankfully the house was saved, but the pink bunny pajamas were sadly lost. Maybe she will send you a photo of your little nephew’s soot streaked face, since he told her that he had tried so very hard to rescue his gift from you that he loved so much! I’ll go ahead and stick to this gift card, as it seems to carry much less chance of tragic accidents occurring upon it’s arrival…

  9. This scale is easy to use, compact and accurate. It’s well-built and has enough choices for measuring options. Very helpful when it comes to food prep, baking or cooking. It’s easy to use and a must-have for anyone’s kitchen. Makes following recipes super easy.

  10. My Rating: 5/5 StarsAs an avid Amazon shopper, I recently tried out Amazon Reload, and I must say, I’m thoroughly impressed. This service offers a seamless and convenient way to add funds to my Amazon account, making shopping even more effortless. The setup process was a breeze. I linked my bank account to Amazon Reload securely, and from there, I could easily transfer any amount I desired. What’s particularly great is the lack of fees! Unlike some other services, Amazon Reload doesn’t charge anything to add funds, which is a huge bonus.One of the standout features is the instant availability of funds. As soon as I made the transfer, the money was ready to use on Amazon. This is perfect for those times when I want to snag a deal or make a quick purchase without any delay. Security is always a concern when dealing with online transactions, but Amazon has done an excellent job here. They use encryption and secure servers to ensure that my financial information is safe. Plus, their customer service is top-notch. When I had a question about the service, their team was quick to respond and incredibly helpful.Overall, Amazon Reload has exceeded my expectations. It’s a simple, fee-free, and secure way to add funds to my Amazon account, making my shopping experience smoother than ever. I highly recommend it to any frequent Amazon shopper looking for a hassle-free way to manage their account balance.

  11. My Rating: 5/5 StarsAs an avid Amazon shopper, I recently tried out Amazon Reload, and I must say, I’m thoroughly impressed. This service offers a seamless and convenient way to add funds to my Amazon account, making shopping even more effortless. The setup process was a breeze. I linked my bank account to Amazon Reload securely, and from there, I could easily transfer any amount I desired. What’s particularly great is the lack of fees! Unlike some other services, Amazon Reload doesn’t charge anything to add funds, which is a huge bonus.One of the standout features is the instant availability of funds. As soon as I made the transfer, the money was ready to use on Amazon. This is perfect for those times when I want to snag a deal or make a quick purchase without any delay. Security is always a concern when dealing with online transactions, but Amazon has done an excellent job here. They use encryption and secure servers to ensure that my financial information is safe. Plus, their customer service is top-notch. When I had a question about the service, their team was quick to respond and incredibly helpful.Overall, Amazon Reload has exceeded my expectations. It’s a simple, fee-free, and secure way to add funds to my Amazon account, making my shopping experience smoother than ever. I highly recommend it to any frequent Amazon shopper looking for a hassle-free way to manage their account balance.

  12. The Amazon Basics Digital Kitchen Scale with LCD Display is a game-changer for anyone who takes their culinary adventures seriously. This sleek and stylish scale not only lives up to its description but exceeds expectations in every aspect. From its simple yet elegant design to its user-friendly interface, this kitchen essential ticks all the right boxes.First and foremost, let’s talk about simplicity. This scale couldn’t be easier to use. With just a touch of a button, you can switch between units and accurately measure ingredients with precision. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a novice cook, this scale will quickly become your go-to tool in the kitchen.One of the standout features of this scale is its compact size, making it incredibly easy to store when not in use. No more cluttered countertops or bulky appliances taking up valuable space. Simply tuck this scale away in a drawer or cupboard, and it’s ready to go whenever you need it.But it’s not just about looks and convenience – this scale delivers on accuracy too. With the ability to weigh up to 11 pounds and measure in grams, you can trust that your measurements will be spot on every time. Whether you’re portioning out ingredients for a recipe or keeping track of your food intake, this scale won’t let you down.And let’s not forget about the LCD display, which is clear and easy to read, even in low light conditions. No more squinting or straining to see the measurements – with this scale, everything is right there in front of you, crystal clear and precise.But perhaps the best thing about this scale is its affordability. Despite its high-quality construction and impressive features, the Amazon Basics Digital Kitchen Scale is budget-friendly, making it accessible to home cooks of all skill levels.In conclusion, if you’re in the market for a reliable kitchen scale that is as functional as it is stylish, look no further than the Amazon Basics Digital Kitchen Scale with LCD Display. Simple to use, easy to store, and accurate to the gram, this scale is a must-have for anyone who loves to cook. Say goodbye to guesswork and hello to precision – with this scale by your side, your culinary creations will reach new heights.

  13. Muy recomendable, precio bastante accesible con muy buena calidad. Lo uso en la cocina para preparaciones de postres incluso. Fácil de limpiar.

  14. I like Amazon reload because I often buy small items that’s add up, and I don’t like my account that I have to regularly balance being charged with multiple charges, this changes that, now I can buy a reload, I check my total after taxes at checkout, but I don’t checkout I go to Amazon reload and purchase the nearest dollar amount for my checkout price after taxes. I wait for the money to load which takes less time then it does to cook dinner, then I use the funds and fully checkout. This results in one Amazon reload charge to my account instead of multiple charges for every individual item I bought. Love it!

  15. I like Amazon reload because I often buy small items that’s add up, and I don’t like my account that I have to regularly balance being charged with multiple charges, this changes that, now I can buy a reload, I check my total after taxes at checkout, but I don’t checkout I go to Amazon reload and purchase the nearest dollar amount for my checkout price after taxes. I wait for the money to load which takes less time then it does to cook dinner, then I use the funds and fully checkout. This results in one Amazon reload charge to my account instead of multiple charges for every individual item I bought. Love it!

  16. I have two of these now and love them. First of all, the weight limit is 11 pounds – much higher than most kitchen scales. This allows you to weight items like roasts, multiple pounds of potatoes or onions for recipes, etc. It’s very accurate. I love the stainless steel flat plate, easy to clean. I like that it gives options for measurements including grams, pounds/ounces, and just ounces in case you want to count just that. Really great item

  17. The Amazon eGift card is a versatile and convenient gifting option that provides recipients with the freedom to choose from millions of products available on the Amazon platform.One of the key advantages of the Amazon eGift card is its flexibility. With a wide range of denominations available, senders can choose the perfect amount to suit any occasion or budget. Whether it’s for a birthday, holiday, or special celebration, an Amazon eGift card allows recipients to pick out exactly what they want or need.The process of sending and receiving an Amazon eGift card is incredibly simple and convenient. Senders can customize the card with a personalized message and choose from a variety of design options to match the occasion. Once purchased, the eGift card is delivered instantly via email, making it an ideal last-minute gift option.Recipients can easily redeem their Amazon eGift card by applying the code at checkout on the Amazon website or app. The balance is automatically applied to their account, ready to be used towards any eligible purchase, including products from third-party sellers and digital content such as eBooks and music.Another advantage of the Amazon eGift card is its versatility. It can be used to shop for a wide range of products across various categories, including electronics, apparel, home goods, and more. Additionally, the card never expires, so recipients can take their time deciding how to use their balance without worrying about expiration dates.Overall, the Amazon eGift card offers a convenient and flexible gifting solution for any occasion. With its ease of use, customization options, and vast selection of products, it’s a gift that’s sure to be appreciated by recipients of all ages and interests.

  18. This is exactly what I wanted! Simple, easy to use, and gets the job done. Not a lot of bells and whistles, so you don’t have to do a lot of guess work navigating the buttons. I didn’t even need to read the manual, it’s that easy.Just make sure you figure out how to properly shut it off (hold down the power button until the screen goes blank). It DOES NOT shut off automatically, so skipping this could drain the batteries.

  19. Reloading my Amazon gift card couldn’t have been easier! As a frequent Amazon shopper, having the ability to top up my gift card balance directly on the platform is incredibly convenient. The process is straightforward and hassle-free, allowing me to add funds in just a few clicks.One of the standout features of reloading an Amazon gift card is the flexibility it offers. Whether I need to top up my balance for a specific purchase or simply want to have funds available for future shopping, I can reload any amount that suits my needs. This flexibility makes it easy to manage my spending and budget effectively.Furthermore, the instant availability of the funds is a huge plus. There’s no waiting period involved; once I reload my gift card, the funds are immediately ready to use for my next purchase. This speed and efficiency enhance the overall shopping experience and ensure that I can quickly access the items I need.Overall, reloading an Amazon gift card is a seamless process that provides both convenience and flexibility. Whether you’re a frequent shopper or just looking for a convenient way to manage your online purchases, I highly recommend taking advantage of this feature.

  20. Got a visa/master gift card that has such a small amount left but don’t want to have to worry about using it at some random stor making sure to tell them how much is left for them to take it off your total? Just use this to add that left to your Amazon account and credit it to any purchase of any amount.

  21. Employers like to give out little bonus visa/my gift cards, but it can be difficult to get all your money without losing a little. If you buy a fee free digital Amazon gift card with your visa/mc gift card for the exact amount and add the Amazon gift card to your Amazon account, then you can use it all easily.

  22. Reloading my Amazon gift card couldn’t have been easier! As a frequent Amazon shopper, having the ability to top up my gift card balance directly on the platform is incredibly convenient. The process is straightforward and hassle-free, allowing me to add funds in just a few clicks.One of the standout features of reloading an Amazon gift card is the flexibility it offers. Whether I need to top up my balance for a specific purchase or simply want to have funds available for future shopping, I can reload any amount that suits my needs. This flexibility makes it easy to manage my spending and budget effectively.Furthermore, the instant availability of the funds is a huge plus. There’s no waiting period involved; once I reload my gift card, the funds are immediately ready to use for my next purchase. This speed and efficiency enhance the overall shopping experience and ensure that I can quickly access the items I need.Overall, reloading an Amazon gift card is a seamless process that provides both convenience and flexibility. Whether you’re a frequent shopper or just looking for a convenient way to manage your online purchases, I highly recommend taking advantage of this feature.

  23. Got a visa/master gift card that has such a small amount left but don’t want to have to worry about using it at some random stor making sure to tell them how much is left for them to take it off your total? Just use this to add that left to your Amazon account and credit it to any purchase of any amount.

  24. Employers like to give out little bonus visa/my gift cards, but it can be difficult to get all your money without losing a little. If you buy a fee free digital Amazon gift card with your visa/mc gift card for the exact amount and add the Amazon gift card to your Amazon account, then you can use it all easily.

  25. Quick and easy no hiccups your money is available quickly and if ever you have a return the money is placed back on the card as soon as the product is returned no hassles i prefer to use this method rather than my credit card that way i have a visual limit i wont go crazy spending lol

  26. Quick and easy no hiccups your money is available quickly and if ever you have a return the money is placed back on the card as soon as the product is returned no hassles i prefer to use this method rather than my credit card that way i have a visual limit i wont go crazy spending lol

  27. When it comes to giving gifts, it’s not just about the present but also the connection it fosters. Amazon’s gift card system adds an extra layer of joy to this experience with a feature I absolutely love: receiving a notification when the recipient opens their gift card. This feature transforms the act of giving into a shared moment, no matter the distance.First off, the convenience factor of Amazon’s gift cards is unmatched. You can choose any amount, design, and delivery method—be it digital, printed, or even through a greeting card. But the standout feature for me is the thoughtful notification system. There’s something quite satisfying about getting a prompt alert when your gift has been opened. It not only confirms that the gift has reached its intended recipient safely but also gives you a sense of participation in their moment of surprise and happiness.This added touch enhances the emotional value of the gift. It’s reassuring to know exactly when your gesture of kindness has been received, bridging the gap between sender and receiver beautifully. It turns a simple transaction into an interactive experience, making both parties feel more connected.Overall, Amazon gift cards offer a seamless and satisfying way to show you care. The notification feature particularly stands out, ensuring that the joy of giving is reciprocated by the joy of knowing your gift has made someone’s day a little brighter.

  28. This is good enough for baking sourdoughs and baguettes. I’ve also dropped this a ton and it still seems to be producing good bread.In regards to consistency and accuracy – I will place a sample on the scale 5 times and it might give me two different readings, but imo its fine. Unless you’re literally doing chemistry or selling things that are supposed to be a very specific weight, this is good enough and sturdy enough for whatever you want that is within the weight limit. Don’t spent $50 on a scale, buy this one

  29. Amazon Reload has completely transformed the way I manage my shopping budget on Amazon. It’s incredibly convenient to reload my gift card balance, and I love the added control it gives me over my expenditures. The process is straightforward, secure, and instant—no waiting around for funds to appear. Plus, the periodic bonus offers for reloading certain amounts are a fantastic perk. It’s an excellent way to ensure I never miss a deal because my balance is too low. Highly recommend for anyone who shops regularly on Amazon!

  30. Amazon Reload has completely transformed the way I manage my shopping budget on Amazon. It’s incredibly convenient to reload my gift card balance, and I love the added control it gives me over my expenditures. The process is straightforward, secure, and instant—no waiting around for funds to appear. Plus, the periodic bonus offers for reloading certain amounts are a fantastic perk. It’s an excellent way to ensure I never miss a deal because my balance is too low. Highly recommend for anyone who shops regularly on Amazon!

  31. This scale is simple and easy to use. It is small and stores perfectly in a small area. It has many different measurements to choose from depending on what you are measuring. I am a beginner in baking and this scale helped me start and not get confused with the process.

  32. I am a senior citizen. I do not like to have my debit card online but I do like using Amazon! Leaving home to shop is not easy now so recharging my Amazon account gives me a sense of security.

  33. I am a senior citizen. I do not like to have my debit card online but I do like using Amazon! Leaving home to shop is not easy now so recharging my Amazon account gives me a sense of security.

  34. We needed a simple food scale for making sourdough bread. Straight to the point it does the job. Scale seems to be working wonderful. Although the only odd thing is how large the scale is. Need a lot of room in a drawer to fit it in.

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