I was pretty sceptical about the “Salt Thermometer”. I mean, did someone really just made something for people to determine the salt content of their soup?
Well, I can’t deny that the salt meter has its practical uses too.
For example, if you’re required to watch your salt intake due to some medical condition—I’m sure it’ll be good for you to carry one around!
Truth be told though, I have got a feeling that I have been drinking soup that’s too salty for my own good. Maybe there’s just something wrong with my taste buds, but I tend to add more soy sauce to a bowl of porridge than most people I know.
Anyway, according to TOKYU HANDS, this is a great way for you to achieve a healthier lifestyle!
[NEW ARRIVAL][新商品]~ Salt Meter ~Afraid of putting too much salt in your soup and want a healthier lifestyle?Now is…
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“~ Salt Meter ~
Afraid of putting too much salt in your soup and want a healthier lifestyle?
Now is your chance! This salt meter will guide and assist you with how much grams of salt you have in your soup easily in one step.(/^▽^)/
For the salt concentration, you can measure it in 7 stages from 0.3% to 1.5%. It can only be measured in 0 ℃ to 90 ℃. Also, it comes with a free pouch so it is convenient to carry around.
Comes with 3 batteries and a pouch.
Available at all Tokyu Hands Outlet.”
Comes with 3 batteries and a pouch? That’s way better than the toys I’ve been buying at Toys”R”Us!
…I suppose I should really invest in one of these salt meters and share it with my brother.
When I’m not dipping it in some weird insect broth, he can hang it above his computer. Considering the fact that he actually plays a lot of online games(PUBG, Overwatch, etc), perhaps the salt meter would go off and give him a warning when the “salt” is too damn high!
For those of you who are genuinely interested, head on down to a Tokyu Hands outlet and grab yourselves a salt meter!
Now, before anything, here’s the shocking fact: this is actually not a new thing. A check on Google would reveal tons of salt meters, with price ranging from $7 to well over $50 (although those expensive ones would be used to measure saltwater instead).
So, well. At least now we know such a thing exists.
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