American Weigh Scale Ac-650 Digital Pocket Gram Scale, Black, 650 G X 0.1 G
- 3 button operation
- Protective cover doubles as an expansion tray
- Compact and durable
- Stainless steel weighing surface
- Back-lit lcd display
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American Weigh Scale Bt2-1000 Digital Gram Pocket Grain Jewelry Scale, Black, 1000 By 0.1 Grams (10 Year Warranty)
I checked them both with a 50 gram weight (note: anyone who tries to gauge scale accuracy with a nickel is wrong), seen here, and they are each precisely at 50 grams, ideally calibrated straight out of the box. 50-Gram Chrome Scale Calibration Weight Accuracy is spot on for each. 50-Gram Chrome Scale Calibration WeightEach has a Tare feature to allow one to deduct the weight of a container (too hard to explain, google if you need more info). Both made in China.
They are precisely the same in that they are made by the same company, American Weigh. They both have a full 10 year warranty, and the same card is in each box indicating a 10 year warranty. They both have an AMS logo on them. They both shut off after one minute without use to save batteries, and they both require two AA batteries (included, but cheap no name batteries in each). They are both with blue backlighted screens during use, and the numbers on the screens are about the same size.
AC-650 has: weighs up to 650 grams. Supplies ounces and grams only. 4.5 in x 2.5 in x 3/4 in, almost precisely the size of an iPhone. PLastic, with plastic buttons and metal scale bed.Read more ›
Firstly I will say it is much smaller than I was anticipating. The AC-650 actually has a smaller weighing platform (width wise) than my AMW-100 model. Based on the pictures with the lid acting as a expansion tray, it was made it to be bigger than it really is. But realistically, this is just about the same rectangular size and shape of a iPhone (although much thicker and a bit taller). Heck, it even looks like a cell phone to some degree.
The scale itself looks very slick, it has a unique style of plastic that almost resembles those rubber-plastics you often find on phone cases, although while it doesn't feel rubbery at all, it has some similarity. Either way, a great texture. The weight of the scale is also good, as it feels heavy for it's size which makes it seem more robust.
As for the actual weighing feature of the scale, it works great. Accuracy is more than good enough for me, I have a old 100g weight from my other scale and it weighed it exactly at 100g right out of the box. I also really like the easy to use, perfectly sized on/off button, which is a huge step up from my AMW-100 scale which had flat, sunk-in style buttons. So far it has been working just as good as my other 100 gram scale, and the TARE feature is really useful (I didn't know what this feature did until I got this scale).
Now for the con. The lid that comes with it might be a problem for some people.Read more ›
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Needed it for bread and pizza recipes....excellent and a great price.....Published 6 hours ago by Margaret S.
Works as advertised; good value for the money. Use it to weigh fishing lead sinkers.Published 1 day ago by jcg
First off, this scale was way smaller than I expected it to be. However, that did not make me less happier about the purchase. Overall, scale works alright. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Tabrez
This was good for it's price. I'm giving it three stars because the weight of a quarter is off by .1 grams so the scale must be off some.Published 28 days ago by Ryan S.
I needed something to measure food for eating out. This does the trick! I have not calibrated it with weights, but it measures the same as my at-home food scale. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. T.