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Jeremy Greene
(tippymcstagger) - F

Locale: North Texas
Please suggest a scale on 07/11/2008 15:01:34 MDT Print View

It has probably been discussed, but humor me.

David T
(DaveT) - F
. on 07/11/2008 15:27:25 MDT Print View


Edited by DaveT on 01/17/2015 11:20:03 MST.

Richard Gless
(rgless) - MLife

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
Please suggest a scale on 07/11/2008 15:55:33 MDT Print View

I use a Cuisinart SA-100MWH Precision Gourmet Scale I got on sale. They are $60-70 new. it measures to 5g or about 1/4 ounce.

Chris W
(simplespirit) - MLife

Locale: .
Salter Food Scale on 07/11/2008 16:40:03 MDT Print View

I used this one

11 lbs and accurate to .1 oz

victoria maki
(clt1953) - F

Locale: northern minnesota
re:scale on 07/11/2008 17:00:42 MDT Print View

jeremy, i have the same one as chris has, as i use it alot for cooking. it is very accurate. i believe i got it from bakers catalog. you might beable to find it cheaper elsewhere, but check them out. also you could try ebay, but then i would worry about it being not as accurate as new.

Michael Gardner
(ekim765) - F

Locale: Southeast
Re: re:scale on 07/11/2008 22:01:41 MDT Print View

Got mine at Target for about $25-$30. It's a digital that does standard or metric down to the hundredth w/ a 5 lb max. About any mega-mart type place will have one, probally in the kitchen stuff isle. I'm sure you could go crazy and get one with some kind of scientific/weights and measures endorsement that reads to the millionth of an oz., but this one is good enough for me.

Link .
(annapurna) - MLife
Re: Re: re:scale on 07/12/2008 01:17:05 MDT Print View

try one of these
If you don't think you can get something from one of the links I posted in time pm me with what sizes you need.

Edited by annapurna on 07/01/2013 15:16:43 MDT.

Elizabeth Rothman
(erothman2) - F

Locale: Pacific NW
Scale on 07/14/2008 17:05:59 MDT Print View

i got mine at my post office. Electronic, small, $30.

Scott Bentz
(scottbentz) - MLife

Locale: Southern California
2 Types of Scales on 07/15/2008 15:38:34 MDT Print View

I use 2 types:

1. Office Depot 11 lb postal scale. Nice for most items. Also, I can put a bucket on the scale, zero it out, and then weigh my stuff.

2. Hanging scale. American Weigh H66. I think it weighs up to 50 lbs. or so. I like it a lot for hard to weigh items such as packs, sleeping bags. I also like it for the "final" weigh in. Cost about 26.00

I think both are good to have.

Andrew :-)
(terra) - F

Locale: Sydney, Australia.
Please suggest a scale on 07/16/2008 00:09:38 MDT Print View

There are many threads on here about this topic.

I have a my weigh 7001 DX. Accurate to 1 gram and max 7kg.