Salter Kitchen Scales Black Friday Deals 2020

Salter kitchen scales are a must-have in the kitchen, especially if you consider yourself a home baker. They’ve been the UK’s leading food weighing scales for over 260 years (yes, really), and have since been developed and improved to ensure total accuracy in the kitchen. Which is exactly why they appear on many people’s wish lists (including ours).

But as much as we love their affordable pricing, we’re always on the lookout for bargains. So, with Black Friday around the corner, we’re taking a deep dive into what might be on offer this year.

Black Friday originates from America, and it marks the start of the post-Thanksgiving sales. Amazon brought the concept over to the UK in 2010 and it has since developed into the biggest shopping event of the year. Most retailers offer discounts of at least 20% over the majority of the weekend.

When Is Black Friday?

This year Black Friday lands on Friday 27 November.

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    Where To Get Salter Kitchen Scales Black Friday Deals

    Asides from the official Salter website, various scales are stocked amongst several retailers including John Lewis, Currys, Amazon, Lakeland and more.

    What To Expect This Year

    We’re unsure what to expect this year, but with retailers like John Lewis, Lakeland and Amazon promising huge price-cuts across a range of kitchen products, we’re anticipating some reasonable deals on Salter Kitchen Scales.

    We’ll be updating this piece as soon as we spot any deals.


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    My Garden Path – Will Salter – Fact Sheets – Gardening Australia

    SERIES 31 | Episode 28

    We meet garden and landscape photographer Will Salter, whose love of capturing both natural and beautifully designed spaces has sparked an interest in creating his own garden on Boon Wurrung Country.

    His images often reflect the patterns in nature as well as more evocative landscape shots,

    “Nature is my passion in both my life and my work,” Will says. “Many people don’t have a connection to nature but I hope, if I can capture it in an image, they will resonate with that.”

    His love of photography started with a small Instamatic camera that he took with him when he spent a year as a jackaroo. He started a course in horticulture but transferred mid-way to photography.

    For many years he worked as an adventure travel and overseas aid photographer. After starting a family and moving to Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, his focus turned to his immediate backyard instead. This led him to Musk Cottage, the home of garden designer Rick Eckersley. The pair became friends and Will says he has borrowed some visions and ideas from Rick’s garden and emulated them at home.

    His current garden contains mature trees but the border plantings are only a year old; it is the third he has created and includes a mix of native and exotic plants.

    Another designer he works with is Nadette Cuming, who created the Yalambie garden in Merricks.

    Will’s number one tip for garden photography is to put the camera down and look around first, for sight lines and try to evoke a feeling.

    Filmed on Boon Wurrung Country

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