The Brewista Smart Scale II™ is popping up at cafés everywhere for good reason. Whether you're brewing a pour-over or measuring espresso, the water resistant nano-coating and new redesigned fully sealed body will keep you going even when you spill. The included silicone pad protects the internal circuitry from heat, or you can use the protective cover as a tray for coffee beans.

  • 2kg (70oz) Capacity at 0.1g Accuracy
  • Gram/Ounce Display
  • Micro USB Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
  • 6 Mode Settings including Auto-Tare, Auto-Time and Auto Shut-Off
  • Includes Protective Cover and Silicone Pad
  • Micro USB Cable Not Included

Customer Reviews

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W.M.L.
Well made and portable

Bought this after coffee spill destroyed my old one. No worries about spills with this one. The scale is small by works with my Chemex. Easy to take on trips. Using in manual mode now. It takes a while to get used to different programmes as they can be sensitive, but they work as expected. Overall, I am quite satisfied

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L.P.
Tried n true

This scale does everything it’s supposed to and does it well. Sole complaint: it’s physically smaller than the scale it replaces and is thus less convenient in one respect: when weighing certain things the display is obscured. If I need to spell out the issue... anyway, for 90% of my uses it’s perfect. For the remaining 10% it works but requires minor gymnastics...

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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W.M.L.
Well made and portable

Bought this after coffee spill destroyed my old one. No worries about spills with this one. The scale is small by works with my Chemex. Easy to take on trips. Using in manual mode now. It takes a while to get used to different programmes as they can be sensitive, but they work as expected. Overall, I am quite satisfied

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L.P.
Tried n true

This scale does everything it’s supposed to and does it well. Sole complaint: it’s physically smaller than the scale it replaces and is thus less convenient in one respect: when weighing certain things the display is obscured. If I need to spell out the issue... anyway, for 90% of my uses it’s perfect. For the remaining 10% it works but requires minor gymnastics...

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