I've been planning to pick up a digital scale, and ran across a blurb for this one
recently. Haven't heard of the company before, but the specs look pretty good. What baffles me is the statement:
A simple press of a button lets you measure either liquid or dry ingredients.
I must have skipped class the day they covered this way back there in high school chemistry or physics or wherever the heck it was covered in, but if you're weighing ingredients, as opposed to measuring by volume, why the heck would it make a difference if they're liquid as opposed to dry? (Yes, I'm aware that a liquid ounce is not the same thing as mass ounce, which is why 1 liquid oz of water weighs in at 1.042 oz. (avdp), but unless there's some screwy physics I'm not aware of, an ounce of mass is an ounce of mass is an ounce of mass, irrespective of the physical state (solid, liquid, gas) of the substance whose mass is being measured.)