Hi, I use the "biggest loser" scale. It's pretty user friendly and flat 7.25 x 6.25 x 2". Measures in grams or ounces. You can put a plate on it, zero it out and weigh the food on the plate, no mess. Works for me. Lisa.
I also have the Biggest Loser scale, got it at Bed,Bath and Beyond. I like that you can zero it out and it can weigh up to about 6 pounds. I put a bowl on the scale, zero out, add lettuce, then zero out, add tomatoes, then zero out and add cucumbers. This way all of my veggies are weighed and I don't have to use separate bowls..
Thanks guys - will check it out..
I also have the biggest loser scale. I really like it and it was the lease expensive at Bed Bath & Beyond. I used a coupon also to save some money..
I've got one by Salter that I also got at BB&B. I think they're probably all fine as long as you can zero them out and it's digital, but it was a cool stainless steel one that I thought wouldn't look awful sitting on the counter for a year. (My husband hates stuff on the counter and the site of my ninja and scale make him twitch a little.).
I got the EatSmart Precision Pro at Amazon for $25. Dimensions 8 x 1.8 x 6 inches ; 13 ounces. Very happy with it..