Compact Coffee Scale
Compact and precise, the Wacaco Exagram coffee scale is the perfect addition to your coffee setup. Its accurate weight measurement helps you to dial-in espresso with convenience and ensure repeatability of perfect extraction shot after shot. Its built-in timer function gives you the best tool for complete control of your pour-over brewing process. Furthermore, the tare function easily displays the net weight of ingredients by subtracting the weight of any bowl or container. Pocket-size, the scale fits most brewing devices and espresso machine trays. Equipped with a silicone pad the stainless steel top surface is well protected from heat transfer and liquid spilling. If you want to get serious about brewing coffee, it is time to put down that scoop and use the Wacaco Exagram to up your game.
*BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED
- Weighing, timer & tare function
- Precise measurement
- Wide weighing range, up to 2kg
- Unit conversion g/oz
- Powered by 2 AAA batteries
|Dimension||124x77x24 mm||4.9x3.0x0.9 in|
|Weight||128 g||0.28 lb|
|Materials||ABS, Stainless Steel, Silicon.
|Weighing Range||0.3g~2 kg||0.006~4.4 lb|
|Scale Interval||0.3g~999.9g d=0.1g||1kg~2kg d=1g|
|Max. Count Uptime||29 minutes and 59 seconds|
|Auto. Power Off||After 5 minutes|
|Display||Backlight LCD. Dim light after 90 seconds.|
|Power Source||1.5Vx2 AAA batteries.|
|Dimension||186x134x48 mm||7.32x5.27x1.89 in|
|Weight||310 g||0.68 lb|
|Package includes||Exagram scale, silicon pad,
multi-languages instruction book.
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Awkward on/off button position
Hi Nice overhaul but I am a bit annoyed with the on/off button position. The fact that it is underneath the scale could be ok if you were not to have to squeeze the hole balance . Is it gonna damage the scale overtime? Thx
Great mini scale
It fits perfectly under my Flair Neo, sometimes the numbers shift when I take something off then on again but otherwise perfect.
Replaced my Hario Scale
I was hating on this because it doesn't compete with the price point of smaller scales with 500g weight limits. But after using it a while, this is definitely much better than price wise and speed wise compared to the Hario. The only thing that the Hario seems to excel at is battery life since its display does not light up. But I think the trade off is worth it. The exagram is compact, quicker and keeps delta of 0.1g throughout the weight range. I only wish it thought about battery life as well, but you can't please everyone.