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Acaia 'Pearl' Scales

*Pre-order. Two week delivery

The first product in the Acaia lineup, the Pearl coffee scale is now favoured by top baristas and cafes around the world. The design and laboratory-grade parts make for a seamless brewing experience.

To help with your brewing and firmware upgrades, Acaia offers a suite of apps that connect to your Bluetooth-enabled Pearl. 

The black version also features a brighter LED display to provide better contrast while brewing.

Additional: Acaia 'Pearl' Carrying Case.

  • FAST: 20 ms response time provides ultra-fast response time and instant readings.
  • ACCURATE & SENSITIVE: Readability up to 0.1 g. The Acaia Pearl is sensitive to even weight changes resulting from evaporation and temperature.
  • STABILISATION: Packed with laboratory-grade scale technology like adjustable zero tracking and creeping compensation. Tweak your scale's settings to your environment.
  • TIMER: In a dual display, both time and weight are shown on the scale. If paired with one of our mobile apps, the sync can track your times and graph your pour.
  • AUTOMATED AUTO-OFF CUSTOMISATION: The Acaia scale will not shut down during coffee brewing. If desired, the time for an auto-off is customisable through our apps.
  • RECHARGEABLE USB POWER SUPPLY: A greener alternative power source, the lithium ion battery lasts 20-30 hrs.
Model

AP001AT / AP004AT

Product Weight

500 g ± 5 g

Product Dimensions

W: 160 mm L: 160 mm H: 32 mm

Maximum Capacity

2000 g / 70.55 oz

Minimum Weight

0.1 g

Measuring Units

g / oz

Readability

0.1 g

Repeatability

0.1 g

Linearity

1 d

Indication Limit

2060 g / 72.66 oz

Power Supply

5 V / 500 mA

Battery

Lithium-ion rechargeable 3.7 V 1100 mAh

Battery Life

Up to 25 hours

Display

LED

Material

PC

Connectivity

Bluetooth 4.0

Inside the
Package

Acaia Pearl Coffee Scale
(White / Black) x 1

Heat Resistant Pad (Black / Gray) x 1

Micro USB Charging Cable x 1

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