Hi there, I get that we have a plastic scooper because it’s a bit cheaper, but, when going for 4 shakes a day, that’s 12 compressed scoops which is a lot of action to place on that tiny little bit of reinforcement.
I’m ordering by month, and I can’t see the scoop lasting for that long, I’d love to be able to stump for an aluminium scoop for something similar, would anyone else be interested in this too?
Or has anyone else experienced problems with the plastic scoop?
Would like to buy a metal scoop as its easier to get metal clean. Plastic develops scratches where stuff can get stuck and breed (ew), metal doesn’t. Given the amount we use the scoop it seems like a worthwhile investment.
For those of us who use scales, a bigger scoop like the one shown on the following page (but made of a water-repellent material) might be a good idea: http://www.barmans.co.uk/products/product.asp?ID=179 (please note that I just used that page as an example and have know idea if the quality and price of the products shown there are satisfactory).
@Adam yes the battery length of some scales can be poor. One tip, as soon as you have used them, switch them off manually, instead of letting them switch off themselves. Also the first battery you can poor low charged, a new battery should last longer.
@Quidditch yes a small set of scales without a battery but which were quick and easy to use would be good. Maybe a wind-up scales with a digital display would be ideal, if it exists.
+1 for a metal scoop with long handle. I’m incredibly lazy & scoop from bag to blender is quick & simple. Also the simpler the process the less mess I’m likely to make.
If I could buy a metal scoop that held exactly 100g (or close enough) I’d be very happy.
Hmm, anyone know if a metal scoop would avoid the static effect where some Huel jumps out of the scoop just as it’s being lifted out of the bag? I’m not sure if this is down to the scoop picking up static charge, the Huel or the bag.
It only happens occasionally but it really confused me for the first couple of weeks as I didn’t notice exactly what was happening at first, only that I’d been really careful not to spill any but still ended up with a fine dusting of Huel on the work surface around the bag after I’d finished