|Brand Name||LW Measurements, LLC|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 5 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||SPS35|
|Batteries||6 AA batteries required.|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SPS35|
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- Auto backlight, shut off and hold all selectable and available on this model
- Capacity 35lb x 0.1oz with the following available units: kg, g, lb, oz, lb: oz
- 2mil internal resolutions, 3200 display divisions, 4 keys, large platter 8.5 x 7 Inches
- Any Call software makes for easy re-calibration if needed
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Top Customer Reviews
This convinced me that the item weights were accurate, so, I wrote down the exact weights, which ranged from 4 oz. to 5 lbs., then weighed the same items on my new Tree SPS-35. The Tree scale matched EXACTLY, ALL 5 weights of the items, also down to the tenths of an ounce. This Tree scale required no prior calibration to get these exact weight matches - it was dead accurate right out of the box. I also tested the scale using both electricity and battery power and got the same, exact results.
I couldn't be more happier with it. BTW, before buying it, I did have one question about calibration, so I wrote to the contact person on the LW Measurements website and got a response within 24 hours. My question was: "What is the MINIMUM amount of weight needed to accurately calibrate the scale, if I should ever need to?" The answer was: Any object(s) OVER 10 lbs. I think one of the demonstrations at the company's website uses 11 lbs. of weight.
Anyone considering this scale should go to the LW Measurements website (Amazon won't let me post the link), and you can see a PDF file of the Users Manual (and) 4 video demonstrations on how to use different features of the scale.
Now, the real question is: "How LONG will this scale last with perfect accuracy ?"
Well, it supposedly has a 2-yr. warranty, but I'll try to remember to come back here and post how it's holding up 1 year from now.......or earlier if it crashes.
Right out of the box, after attaching the tray and plugging in the scale, it worked as it should. I didn't have to calibrate it but that feature is available should you need to. It's lightweight which is a switch from my old fashioned scale and I DO like the lighted display. The choice of measures (g; lb:oz; kg; oz) makes shipping interantional items even easier.
So far I've used this steadily for a little over a month and have no complaints. This seems to weigh as accurate as the post office's official scale. I'm happy with this purchase.
But hey, it costs way less than the other scales! Yay! So I went along ignoring the teeny-little things that made it a not-so-great piece of equipment, because it did the basic thing I wanted it to do...UNTIL it just stopped doing the basic thing I wanted it to do, that is, weigh stuff. It just STOPPED WORKING. The scale's error message accused me of overloading it with weight (keep in mind that its max weight is 30, maybe 35 lbs, but I've owned this thing for three months, I do not use it frequently, I never put anything over 3 lbs on it, I never got it wet...nothing. Not even my 10-lb cat is allowed anywhere near it. And of course there is no guarantee, warranty, or anything like that. I'll be going with a less shady model next time. (It has a PALM TREE on it. Who manufactures this thing? Dolphins? A company that makes water wings and postal scales? Makes me a little suspicious.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This scale really works well for us. It is much better than name-brand more costly scales sold by big-box office supply stores. Read morePublished 2 months ago by UTA
I'd give this 6 stars. Love this little scale. Used it about 90 times to mail off E-Bay packages. Accurate (I'd always add one tenth of an ounce to it just to be sure). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary
I've had this scale at least 2 years and use it constantly. I have a very large Ebay business and ship many packages 6 days a week. Read morePublished 3 months ago by carmurr
After over 2 years of use my unit is still going. It says "hello" on startup and "bye" when you turn it off which is addorable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Stoyanov