What do people use kitchen scales for? Many bakers spout the number one benefit being that you can accurately measure flour. Measuring a cup of flour is not the same for everyone--my cup of flour will be a different weight than your cup of flour. It is impacted by your strength, angle, and scooping method. So some recipes have ounces rather than cups for things like flour. If you have recipes that don't use flour, some chefs recommend you weigh as you make the recipe one time and take notes.
That all sounds tedious to me. For me, it is nice to be able to weigh fruits and vegetables. It is also nice to be able to weigh meats if I am calorie counting since my app likes meat in ounces (and my eyeballs don't happen to be calibrated). This scale is battery operated and simple to use:
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