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SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale Review

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Back in my cycling days, I was obsessed with getting ways to reduce the weight of my ride. As such, I went online to find equipment that can weigh the bike and things that I carry along. The brandless luggage weighing scale was one of them, mainly to weigh my bike. The other was the SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale, to weigh things such as the Syncros HP Mirco Pump, the Topeak Mini 20 Pro, the extra inner tube that I bring along in case of a burst inner tube during the ride, and so on.

The Product

The SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale is powered by 2 AAA batteries. It has 2 buttons at the bottom with the digital display in between. On the left is the ON/OFF button and on the right is the UNIT button. The weighing scale has a nice design with a metal/steel kind of surface, hence giving it a modern weighing scale look in my opinion. The max weight stated in this machine is 5000g. 

Here are some of the pictures that I've taken of this product:

SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale
The SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale

Digital display and buttons
The digital display and buttons

SF-2012 bottom
Bottom of the scale where you place the 2 AAA batteries

Usage and Experience

The SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale has been my weighing scale for most of the small stuff that I wish to weigh. To power up, press and hold the ON/OFF button for 1 second. The digital display will light up, and wait for it to display 0g to start weighing the item you want to weigh. To power off, just press and hold the ON/OFF button for 1 second.

In terms of the UNIT button other than g, the other units that are available to measure are oz, ml, and lb oz. So far I have only measured in g, as I have not found anything that requires measuring in other units.

You can check out the video of the scale below or on YouTube:


Overall, the SF-2012 Digital Kitchen Scale is a useful piece of equipment, if you are looking for a weighing scale to weigh any small stuff that you wish to measure that's not more than 5KG. If you are interested, there are some same designs out there that you can check out. Below are some links from Amazon that I've found: