The Ozeri Corporation manufactures a wide range of digital lifestyle products for the kitchen, bathroom, and the rest of the home. When it comes to kitchen tools, one of the Ozeri Corporation’s specialties is digital food scales.
While your measuring cups may work well for some ingredients, a digital food scale provides a number of advantages. Here are three reasons you should get a digital scale for your kitchen.
1. Accuracy – When it comes to measuring dry ingredients, your measuring cups simply do not stack up. Multiple factors, including ingredient density and settling, may lead to inaccurate measurements. A digital food scale will give you a precise measurement no matter how densely packed your flour is, making it ideal for measuring all dry ingredients.
2. Convenience – Instead of measuring 10 different ingredients with a plethora of measuring cups and spoons, a digital food scale makes it easy to measure all ingredients in the same bowl. Starting with the bowl resting on the scale and resetting the scale to zero, simply pour in your first ingredient, stop at the correct amount, and then again reset the scale’s reading to zero and move on to the next ingredient.
3. Conversion – Converting between the imperial and metric systems in your head and with your measuring cups can quickly become confusing. Many digital food scales come with built-in conversion tools that allow you to change the measurement system at the tap of a button.
San Diego, CA – Ozeri Corporation, a manufacturer of technology-driven housewares and healthy-living products, has announced the availability of its Professional Series Ceramic Earth Fry Pan. Hand-cast in Germany, the pan is crafted and then sealed with an APEO-, NMP-, NEP-, and PFOA-free ceramic coating, providing it with a safe, nonstick surface that makes it easy to clean.
Says Co-founder Marcus Ozeri, “The Ozeri Professional Series Ceramic Earth Pan is the pinnacle of quality, made using hand-cast manufacturing, where each piece is subsequently polished by hand and then layered with an uncompromisingly safe and durable coating, with everything entirely made in Germany. Expensive, yes, and perhaps not for everyone, but this pan will pay dividends through a lifetime of performance.”
Oven safe up to 260 degrees Celsius and 500 degrees Fahrenheit, the scratch-resistant pan is equipped with a durable aluminum core that can be used with rapid heat-transfer induction stoves. Its ergonomic handle is under-coated and heat-resistant.
About Ozeri Corporation: Originally a housewares supplier for the destination club market, Ozeri Corporation now focuses on providing the consumer market with lifestyle products for modernity. The company aims to provide long-term satisfaction to its customers through products featuring innovative materials and durable construction.
The Ozeri Corporation manufactures specialty digital products for the discerning buyer. Offering a diverse portfolio, the Ozeri Corporation’s products include the Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale.
The scale, made of top-grade stainless steel, combines user-friendly function with a sleek design and a finish that resists fingerprints. Easy to clean and store, the scale also features an easily accessible battery compartment that comes equipped with two lithium batteries.
Because of four high-precision sensors, the Zenith Digital Kitchen Scale can measure items up to 12 pounds to half an ounce of accuracy. The scale’s large blue backlit LCD high-contrast screen displays weights in a choice of measurements, including American ounces and pounds and European grams and milliliters. Users can change the unit of measurement and weigh food items with the touch of a button.
Renowned for its accuracy, the Zenith Kitchen Scale by Ozeri was selected by the Dana Farber Institute for a Harvard Medical School study examining the link between weight loss and the prevention of breast cancer. As part of this study, the Zenith kitchen scale will provide a critical tool to help lay the groundwork for developing strategies aimed at improving quality of life and health outcomes for Dana Farber Institute patients.