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The Poseidon: The New God of Digital Portion Scales



The Poseidon: The New God of Digital Portion Scales

The Poseidon portion scale: Submersible. Self-calibrating. Wow.

Edlund has long been known for their tough, durable kitchen equipment.  The Edlund “Old Reliable” manual can opener has been a kitchen standard in thousands of restaurants for years.  And Edlund portion scales have long been favored for their toughness and accuracy.

Luckily, Edlund hasn’t decided to sit back on their laurels.  The new Poseidon portion scale represents the forward thinking of a venerable old company.

The best part about the Poseidon is that this scale is waterproof and fully submersible.  That means you can use it, wash it off, and use it again.  Finally, you can get the accuracy of a digital scale without having to worry about the messiness of your busy kitchen.

I have even heard reports of restaurateurs running the Poseidon through the dishwasher to clean it, although this isn’t recommended by Edlund.

The best part about this digital scale is that the submersible feature isn’t the best part.  The best part about this scale is its revolutionary self-calibrating feature.  Used to be a digital portion scale had to be sent back to the manufacturer to be recalibrated.

Well, no more.  The Poseidon can be flipped upside down, where it automatically weighs itself and recalibrates accordingly.  Combine this smart feature with a stainless steel body, and you’ve got a tough instrument with a lot of accuracy.  You can’t ask for much more than that.

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2 Responses to The Poseidon: The New God of Digital Portion Scales

  1. Kevin Loving April 14, 2009 at 8:14 pm #

    !!! IMPRESSIVE !!!

    now if we could just get them to make a steamer!!

    Kevin Loving
    Galveston Texas

  2. Don Moyer April 16, 2009 at 8:31 pm #

    Edlund scales have always been a little pricier than other brands but the quality can’t be matched. I got to try the Poseidon out at the NAFEM show and the self calibration feature is ingenious. Quite a few manufacturers had submersible scales on display at that show but none of them seemed as well built as this Edlund model.

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