American Weigh 100g x 0.01g Digital Scale
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- Weighs up to 100 grams in 0.01 gram increments
- The backlit LCD display helps make the numbers viewable and easy to read
- Flip-open lid protects the delicate weighing surface
- Powered by 2 AAA batteries (included)
- Backed by a powerful 10 year warranty
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|Dimensions||0.8 inches x 3 inches x 5 inches||1.62 inches x 4.94 inches x 6.5 inches||0.8 inches x 3 inches x 5 inches||0.94 inches x 4.12 inches x 4.12 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.35 pounds||0.65 pounds||0.35 pounds||0.45 pounds|
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One hint about calibration: if you forget to buy the 100g calibration weight, you can simply use 20 U.S. nickels, as each nickel is exactly 5g.
It uses what I call a "floating zero". This is good and bad... When within 0.03 grams of zero and steady, it displays 0.00 and slowly adjusts its zero. If you slowly add 0.01 grams at a time, you can get it to drift way off, and when you eventually take off all the weights at once, it'll display -0.20 grams or whatever their weight was. The good is that the scale, despite its inexpensive mechanism, keeps very good zero calibration between measurements. The downside is that it makes small measurements difficult. If you want to weigh out 0.15 grams of powder, you can't just tare your weigh paper and then gradually pour it on - the zero will drift unless you add the first 0.05 grams quickly enough. Instead, you can NOT tare it, and manually subtract the weigh paper.
This feature is not a problem at all unless you're weighing very small (less than 0.1 grams) items on a regular basis. I think this is an acceptable compromise for a pocket scale of this precision at this price (and it's practically standard until you get to much more expensive equipment), so I am not marking any points off.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I calibrated this scale 4x and the weight needed for reloading small caliber 9mm (3.1gr) is not accurate at all on this scale. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Turns off while I'm using and taring. SMH. For the price..... myeh.Published 1 day ago by Hermi Quinto
I bought this scale to weigh arrow components. When I first opened it up and tried to use it, the reading was way off (negative 50 something grams). Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
If you're trying to eat healthy, this little thing is the way to go. Easy to use, hard to make a mistake. Must buy.Published 2 days ago by D
This scale is horrible. It doesn't work at all when mailed to me and I cant even reach the warranty department. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer