|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 7.8 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||PP-110|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PP110|
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AccuPost PP-110 Desktop Postal Scale with USB Cable - 10 lbs.
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- Extra large 1.3 inch LCD display that is easy to read
- Switchable between ounces and grams
- Weighing range is one ounce to 10 pounds
- Flip-top easel for large envelope weighing
- Included USB connect scale directly to computer
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1)- Based on my previous use of the USPS same model scale, I knew it was a scale which works great on its own.
2)- Really wanted the USB feature to use with my "Dymo Stamps" software (from Endicia).
I have contacted BOTH the manufacturer of this scale AND Endicia, before to purchase this product. Nobody never answered me, so I decided to give it a try anyway.
And the results are:
GOOD:The scale works still great on its own, and also connected with USB. The really basic software that comes with it could be handy if you need to send weight to USPS, UPS or FedEx web site, or also can copy the item weight into the computer clipboard, and be pasted where you want after.
BAD: NOT compatible at all with the "Dymo Stamps" software (from Endicia). I thought I should mention this for other buyer who would like to use this scale with that program, and may be disappointed like I was at the end. For me, it was my main motivation of buying this one, since I already had the USPS scale to use as "stand alone". I had friend buying all kind of really crappy USB scale out of Ebay or Amazon, and they all worked fine with the "Dymo Stamps" software. All, but THAT one ! :( Also, their stock program will ONLY work with IE, and not compatible with other browser, such as Firefox, Chrome...etc
So overall, if you REALLY need the use of this scale with ONLY its own USB program, go for it. If not, you may find much cheaper stand alone (USB or not) which will work just as fine, and also be compatible with the "Dymo Stamps" software (from Endicia).
- The LCD is very easy to read.
- The edges of the platform are rubberized for grip so what your weighing stays put.
- Simple button layout makes it easy to switch between modes.
- USB Port/Cable allows for viewing of the weight in the included (via download) PC software.
- AC Adapter included.
- Auto shut off.
- I can't get the recorded weights to transfer to eBay with the software.
- Maximum weight is 10-lbs.
- Plastic construction.
I also tested this scale with two 5-lb. bags of sugar, which weighed a total of 10 lbs. 1-1/4 oz. The results were generally consistent, although a single bag sometimes registered at 5 lbs. 3/4 oz. (instead of 5 lbs. 5/8 oz.)--probably because the extra packaging weight was very close to 3/4 oz. This scale also weighs in grams and kilograms.
I was a little disappointed to learn that the software doesn't automatically calculate the postage that needs to be added to the letter or package. (I was hoping for software that would let me download postage rate changes to my computer, and then would compute postage amounts automatically whenever I weighed something.) Instead, you must (1) visit the appropriate USPS, UPS, or FedEx web site, (2) find the appropriate page for calculating postage or shipping, and (3) paste in the weight. If you're using the MSIE browser, the software will send the weight directly to the calculation page (no pasting required), but this is probably not worth the effort of plugging in the USB cable and getting the weight to display on your computer screen.Read more ›
The scale as such is very well built, very sturdy and has rubberized edges at the top around the platform, as well as rubber feet so it stands well on shiny surfaces like glass tables and marble kitchen tops. That's very good. I like the large scale display too. If you have packages that obscure the display you can use the HOLD function which will retain the weight in display.
Comes with a power adapter or works fine with 3x AA batteries. It even works with the USB cable attached, so if you can't find the power adapter or don't have any batteries then this is another option to use it.
So overall I'd say it's a good standalone scale. However the USB option is a total waste of time, at least on Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
The software can be downloaded for both Windows and Mac from some Chinese website and comprises of a standalone little program, only 200kB in size. I've only tested it on Mac and again as a standalone scale-USB-Mac setup it works well. The app displays what the scale shows on the front, however only ounces and grams work, not the pounds option. It has options to send the weight to clipboard, UPS, USPS or FedEx websites. According to the instructions this is supposed to work by placing the cursor in the desired field, and upon weight change the correct number is entered into the field on each website. You need to use Safari for this (or Internet Exploder on Windows). Other browsers do not support this feature.
What can I tell you - it doesn't work.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not sure what's happening with my scale, it test okay with the 50G weight that I bought but when I tried to send a letter it doesn't show the correct weight. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Les Sato
I like it although wish the area was bigger where I lay large floppy envelopes for weighing. The current small area makes it difficult to read numbers because they end up being... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mrs. R.
Works just like it is supposed to. I was able to hook up using USB on my Mac but having trouble syncing with Stamps.com account. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lee Drozak
Worked well with a few dozen packets I had to mail. Since I do not have a home postage program, I had to go to the Post Office anyway so I had to have them re-weighed there. Read morePublished 22 months ago by DG
I think it's good for what it's advertised for. However, it cannot recognize small amounts of weight being added continuously (like pouring out a certain number of grams of... Read morePublished on March 30, 2014 by glove00001
I have been lusting after this thing for several years now but I was afraid to buy it because it looks cheesy in the online images. Read morePublished on February 13, 2014 by jacked UP jazz
Utilizing I find I can do all of posting right from home. No more trips to post office to get weighed and stamped.Published on January 9, 2014 by Kindle Customer