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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Ozeri Black Tungsten Ring


This Ozeri black tungsten ring is a comfort fit, flat ring with a black brushed center and silver polished beveled edge.
It is a high quality 8mm masculine ring made with tungsten carbide which is the 2nd hard to find material in the world next to diamonds. The ring is cobalt free.


This ring is modern, fashionable, smooth and comfortable. It is very durable because of its comfortable thickness and weight the ring will not misshape. It is also scratch resistant for everyday wear.

Ozeri black tungsten ring would be perfect for a wedding band, to celebrate special occasions or to give as a gift to a special someone.
Even men who aren't into jewelry will love it. This stylish ring comes in a black velvet ring box. It is available to purchase on Amazon, with a fabulous price right now for $25.00 :)


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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Kitchen scales


I use a kitchen scale to measure when I am not certain of conversions in recipes i.e. ml to oz etc...
We see so many new models of kitchen scales in the market, which makes it hard to choose one. Here is a review of a kitchen scale I got to experiment with.

Ozeri touch professional digital scale 17.6 lb edition looks gorgeous on the counter because of it sleek design similar to an iPad. The touch button displays lbs, kg, g, oz and ml on its easy to read LCD screen. It measures up to 17.6 lbs. The reflective black surface is made with tempered glass is four times stronger than regular glass.


It is easy to clean and has an auto turn off. The scale is light in weight, which makes it portable. The Ozeri touch professional digital scale 17.6 lb edition comes with a booklet that shows calories of ingredients. The scale is pretty accurate as I measured many things. I found that sometimes we need a little bit of patience to figure it out, as it is sensitive.

The tare feature on it calculates net weight of the ingredients by subtracting the weight of the container. It comes with 2 lithium batteries, so the scale can be used as soon as it is bought.

If you are interested in this scale it is sold on Amazon.
What type of scale do you use, if you don't then how do you measure?


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