I was with you until you said kitchen. Buy a scale that isn't digital and try to measure flour, water, sugar, salt, yeast, oil in grams or ounces as needed. Sure you can get a analog scale to do that but it'll likely have a dial readout that is inaccurate or nearly impossible to read to the level of accuracy you need to bake with.
For example a 14" Pizza with
435g whole wheat flour
OK, even my digital scale won't do the yeast. I have to measure that with partial teaspoons like 1/8th because the scale only goes down to 1g. But you'd have to have a scale that would be very large to get the accuracy I need for dough making and not be digital or it'd just have a very low upper limit. It's rather easy for a digital scale to show small and large numbers accurately.
I guess ovens ride the line as the elements on top have analog dials but the oven has digital controls. I can't imagine having to use digital controls for the burners/elements on a stove but I much prefer digital controls for baking.
hmm my can opener isn't electric. I crank the knob just like anyone else but even an electric can opener isn't digital unless you want to count on = 1 and off = 0 and start sending Morse code with a can opener. Maybe if you said you avoid electric tools instead of digital technology I would agree on the can opener at least.