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Testseek.com have collected 8 expert reviews of the Adaptics Drop Kitchen Scale and the average rating is 73%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Adaptics Drop Kitchen Scale.
 
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The editors liked

  • Slick design. Beautiful app. Scalable recipes. Bluetooth connectivity. Long battery life.
  • The Drop scale and related iOS app rely on Bluetooth 4.0 to make baking an interactive smart home activity
  • Smart
  • Easytofollow recipes based on weight
  • With stepbystep instruction. If you're looking to get into cooking by weight measure
  • Or just a bit more handholding in your cooking routine
  • This is the way to go

The editors didn't like

  • Pricey. No Android support. No scale display
  • There's no Android app
  • And you can't add in your own recipes or tweak existing ones
  • No readout on the scale itself. A few bugs in the app. You're beholden to the app for recipes
  • Though Drop adds more regularly and is developing partnerships with other sites that have a larger supply

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  Published: 2016-01-07, Author: Rene , review by: absolutegadget.com

  • Abstract:  A lot of us have got into baking over the past few years, thanks to television programmes such as the Great British Bake Off, but not all of us are as proficient as the contestants as they try to whip up a Victoria sponge without a soggy bottom.The Drop C...

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  Published: 2015-07-17, review by: wired.com

  • Smart, easytofollow recipes based on weight, with stepbystep instruction. If you're looking to get into cooking by weight measure, or just a bit more handholding in your cooking routine, this is the way to go
  • No readout on the scale itself. A few bugs in the app. You're beholden to the app for recipes, though Drop adds more regularly and is developing partnerships with other sites that have a larger supply

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  Published: 2015-07-08, Author: Randy , review by: geekdad.com

  • Abstract:  Which weighs more, a pound of brown sugar, or a pound of white sugar?According to statistics from the National Bureau of Imaginary Culinary Statistics Used To Prove a Point, 90% of the mistakes both novice and experienced cooks make in the kitchen come do...

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  Published: 2014-12-21, Author: Nate , review by: slashgear.com

  • Now that I'm full of delicious things, I'm supposed to tell you whether or not you should by Drop.If you need a scale, and don't mind spending $99.95 for the coolest one around, then yes. Drop is entirely more useful than a regular scale, often serving as...

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  Published: 2014-11-21, Author: Alex , review by: pcmag.com

  • Slick design. Beautiful app. Scalable recipes. Bluetooth connectivity. Long battery life.
  • Pricey. No Android support. No scale display
  • The Drop Kitchen Scale from Adaptics pairs a connected scale with a gorgeous app to help you bake like a pro....

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  Published: 2014-11-14, Author: Megan , review by: cnet.com

  • The Drop scale and related iOS app rely on Bluetooth 4.0 to make baking an interactive smart home activity
  • There's no Android app, and you can't add in your own recipes or tweak existing ones
  • You don't need Drop to make good chocolate chip cookies, but it definitely helps ensure that your recipe ends up the same every time....

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  Published: 2015-11-26, review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • Easy to use, Good recipes, Consistent results, Clean, compact design
  • Limited recipe database, Scale readings sometimes fluctuate, No display on the scale itself
  • The DT Accessory PackUp your game and the get the most out of your gear with the following extras, hand-picked by our editors:Belkin Kitchen stand and wand ($45)Give your iPad some support.iDevices Kitchen thermometer ($32)Check your temp.KitchenAid 7-Qua...

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  Published: 2014-11-14, Author: Megan , review by: CNET.co.uk

  • The Drop scale and related iOS app rely on Bluetooth 4.0 to make baking an interactive smart home activity
  • There's no Android app, and you can't add in your own recipes or tweak existing ones
  • You don't need Drop to make good chocolate chip cookies, but it definitely helps ensure that your recipe ends up the same every time....

 
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