Electronic Kitchen Scale With Animated Blue display by Salter Expand

Electronic Kitchen Scale With Animated Blue display by Salter

Salter Salter

4010

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Salter 4010 Electronic Kitchen Scale With Animated Blue display

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Salter 4010 Electronic Kitchen Scale With Animated Blue display

  • Classic design with stainless steel body
  • Stainless steel weighing pan
  • Easy to read blue backlit animated display with 20mm digits
  • Aquatronic feature for the measuring of fluids
  • Metric - Imperial conversion
  • Max capacity: 3kg x 1g increments / 7lb x 1/8oz increments
  • Max capacity (fluid): 3000ml x 1ml increments / 105fl oz x 1/8 fl oz increments
  • Auto and manual shut off
  • 10 year guarantee
  • Alkaline batteries included

BRITISH DESIGN & INNOVATION SINCE 1760


For over 250 years, Salter Housewares, the UK’s leading weighing scales brand have been manufacturing precision technology for the home. From their beginnings in 1760 right through to the present day, Salter’s products have been developed to enable total confidence in their accuracy. Salter began life in 1760 in the village of Bilston, England. At this time Richard Salter, a spring maker, began making ‘pocket steelyards’, a scale similar to the fisherman’s scale of today. By 1825 his nephew George had taken over the company, which became known as George Salter & Co. and later established a large, well equipped manufacturing site in the town of West Bromwich. From here the company produced a wide variety of scales including the UK’S first bathroom scale! Other items were added to the range, including irons, mincers, potato chippers, coin-operated machines and another ‘first’ for the UK, the typewriter. Located in the United Kingdom, Italy, USA, Canada and Australia with distribution to over 100 countries worldwide, Salter scales are still the UK’s leader in kitchen and bathroom scales, which would no doubt delight George Salter, who pioneered the concept in this country.

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