Well, as I'm no fan of spam, i won't be emailing you my answers. Here they are for you to collect here. And this should have been posted in culinary students section.
Question 1) How often do you use the following utensils when cooking?
[1: Never, 2: Rarely, 3: Sometimes, 4: Often, 5: Everyday]
* Kitchen Scales: >4
* Measuring Jugs: >5
* Measuring Cups: >5
* Measuring Spoons: >5
* Kitchen Timer: >5
2) How important are the following characteristics of measuring jugs, cups, spoons and scales?
[1: Very important, 2: Quite important, 3: Not very important, 4: Quite unimportant, 5: Very unimportant]
* Ease of use: >1
* Speed of use: >1
* Accuracy: >1
* Ease of cleaning: >3 must be dishwasher safe
* Ease of transportation: >5
* Ease of storage: 2
* Aesthetics / Shape / Colour: >5
Question 3) What type of kitchen scale do you use?
[1: Electronic, 2: Spring & Needle Mechanism, 3: Traditional Balance Scales (Pans & Weights), 4: None]
4) How often do you use the following size measuring jugs?
[1: Often, 2: Rarely, 3: Never]
* Large - 2 pint (1100ml): >1
* Medium - 1 pint (600ml): >1
* Small - 1/2 pint (300ml): >1
5) Do you often encounter any problems with current kitchen measuring utensils? How would you like to see them improved? Please state:
> Not with the utensils, but with the containers I measure from. They need wide mouths to accomodate a full tablespoon measure, and it would be nice if they had a nice straight edge at the mouth for scraping the measurement level. Save a step and some mess.
Measuring cups and spoons maybe could have a square edge for getting the last bits out of the jar/container.