AmazonBasics Portable Digital Luggage Weight Scale
|Item Weight||0.21 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.11 x 1.46 x 2.22 inches|
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- Compact digital luggage scale helps avoid excess-bag-weight costs when traveling
- Max load of 110 lbs (50 kg); Easy-to-read digital display
- Flexible strap with secure metal connection
- Push-button control allows for switching between units of measurement (lb or kg); Zero/Tare function instantly resets scale back to zero
- Low-battery and error indicators for easy reference; CR2032 battery included
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AmazonBasics Digital Luggage Scale
Ideal for Travelers
Easily prevent overweight-baggage charges with help from this AmazonBasics digital luggage scale.
Prior to travel, you can pack with peace of mind and check-in with confidence, knowing you won’t get dinged with excess-bag-weight charges at the airport.
- Max load of 110 lbs (50 kg)
- Elexible strap with secure metal connection
- Zero/Tare function
- Push-button control allows for switching between units of measurement
- CR2032 battery included
Compact Size with Digital Read-Out
To use, simply loop the scale’s durable black strap through your baggage handle, hook it at the top using the reliable metal connection, then lift your bag. The compact handheld device offers a comfortably contoured shape for a secure grip, and a large digital read-out for checking a bag’s weight at a glance.
110-Lbs Max Load
The AmazonBasics digital scale weighs luggage up to 110 lbs (50 kg). The scale’s intuitively labeled push-button control allows for turning the scale on, switching between units of measurement (lb or kg), and using the Zero/Tare function, which instantly resets the scale back to zero.
The battery-operated digital luggage scale offers convenient portability—no need to be near an outlet. A CR2032 battery comes included, and the scale provides low-battery and error indicators for easy reference. A useful tool for any traveler, the handy AmazonBasics digital luggage scale helps you keep your bags from going over predetermined weight limits.
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If you don't have one of these luggage type scales, consider this - I was on a business trip several years back, during which I was in a government leased apartment for a month. While there, I had purchased laundry soap, dishwasher soap, and stuff like this. I didn't want to leave it for the next guy, so I tossed it all in my suitcase when I left.
When I got to the airport, I discovered in front of a long line of travelers that there was a limit on how much my suitcase could weigh. If it was over, I had to pay the airline an extra $50 to have them fly my suitcase home with me. Well, apparently mine was over, but there was NO WAY I was paying them $50 for a few extra pounds. So I ended up opening my suitcase and literally giving stuff away to the crowd of travelers behind me. More than a little embarrassing.
I avoid repeat performances by having this handy-dandy scale. For less than the cost of a meal at McDonalds, I will never have to be so embarrassed or angry at check-in that I wanted to crawl into a hole or choke out a ticketing agent. Definitely worth every penny.
It will turn it off automatically after 60 seconds, which is an important feature IMHO, otherwise a lot of people would forgot to turn it off.
The white print on the scale doesn't seem to be durable, I don't know how long it will last if use regularly or worn in the backpack.
You do have to be reasonably strong; basically you loop the strap around the handle of what you're weighing, then lift straight up a few inches until the suitcase is off the ground, hanging by the strap. I find I can do about 50 lb without a problem, and I'd say I'm average strength for a mid-30s female. However, shorter people may have a harder time lifting big suitcases high enough-- I'm usually lifting the scale to about chest height to get a big suitcase off the ground, and I'm 5'10". If I were several inches shorter, I'd probably want to stand on a stair or step-stool to make the lifting more efficient. (Lifting something above your chest while keeping it in front of you is really hard, and probably terrible for your back.)
We've had this scale for a couple years now, and continue to be pleased with its accuracy. FYI, it uses the large watch batteries, but I don't think we've had to replace them yet.
Another feedback for manufacturer. It is a bit flimsy due to its construction material - cheap plastic. You would feel nervousness in your hand when holding a heavy bag through this scale.
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Small enough to carry with you anywhere.
Designed to lift Luggage firmly.
Holds reading so that you can check without rush.
Reading can be changed from KG to LB at any time which is the best thing of this scale.
After ordering one for myself, I ordered another 2 for my friends and they are very happy with it.
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Very small and portable, the only issue I have found is that when weighing heavy items, it takes a lot of strength to pull up say for example a large suitcase, that said the screen is easy to read, although it can take a few moments for the weight to settle it’s not too difficult to take a quick reading.
The scales seem accurate they appear to underestimate by between 100-200 grams on larger items but are good enough for the price and purpose
It is also easy and comfortable to hold when in use. Don't know how long the batteries will last but I would think it would be OK for a reasonable amount of time.