Digital Coffee Scale + Timer - Newton Espresso
Digital Coffee Scale + Timer - Newton Espresso
Digital Coffee Scale + Timer - Newton Espresso

Digital Coffee Scale + Timer

Regular price$100.00
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This digital espresso scale with timer function combines two essential tools for the perfect espresso brew.

The auto-start timer function and multiple function configurations mean you can be sure that each extraction is timed to perfection and with 0.1g precision, you can easily measure out the exact amount of coffee required for the perfect espresso.

The scale is rechargeable using the USB-C cable supplied, durable thanks to the heat resistant + waterproof surface pad, and its compact dimensions are a perfect fit for the BRUA.

This scale is the ideal addition to any espresso enthusiast’s kit!


[HxWxD] 95mm x 100mm x 19mm (3.75" x  4" x 0.75")
0-2KG capacity
0.1g display
Measure units - grams / oz / ml 
Type-C USB rechargeable lithium battery
Timer function with automatic start
Espresso / pourover mode selection
Silicone protective mat

Domestic shipping

NZ Courier Post.

International shipping

Free with any BRUA.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
John Schuitemaker
Handy, accurate and a bit awkward to use

Received the Newton scale and have used it to weigh beans prior to grinding. Also used the timer function to time shots and set the proper grind. Overall, does those jobs well. While the timer is advertised as being automatic when sensing the start of liquid pour, it’s not appropriate for typical espresso machines that include a pre-infusion stage to the shot as no liquid is sensed during that time.
The unit is small. Good for space savings, but feels less substantial than the price suggests.
Charged it up weeks ago and is still going strong on that first charge.
The instructions are minimal. Would have liked to see a more thorough tutorial on how to use effectively for various coffee brewing methods.
A YouTube video perhaps?