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March 12, 2009

Reviewers say the following about shopping for a bathroom scale:

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  • Consistency is key. If you’re trying out a scale in a store, it should give you the same reading each time you step on and off.
  • Look for an easily readable display. The larger the window and dial on analog scales the better. Some electronic scales have extra-large numbers or a backlit LCD, which makes reading much clearer. A few scales now have speech functions that announce the weight.

  • Don’t count on accurate body-fat measurements. Experts say that body-fat scales don’t use a very accurate method of determining BMI. However, most scales can measure consistently, so you’ll be able to measure progress.
  • For family use, look for scales with a memory for two, four or more people. These scales can remember your last measurements. Some fancier models can analyze the data.
  • Digital scales need batteries, usually four AA or a lithium battery. Lithium batteries last longer.
  • Pacemaker users and pregnant women should not use body-fat scales. The small electrical pulse used by these scales could interfere with pacemakers, and may be harmful to pregnant women.

March 9, 2009

Digital scales

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What is a Digital Scale?
A digital scale is a weighing apparatus that measures the mass of an object and displays the results in a digital format. Digital scales offer greater precision using complex systems, such as load cell technology which translate the weight of an object into an electronic signal which is displayed to the user in a digital format. Prior to the existence of digital scales, older mechanical weighing technologies were prone to error as they were harder to read. They were also becoming increasingly expensive to maintain, and since so much of the equipment was obsolete, repairs were costly.

How Digital Scales Work
A digital scale typically uses a strain-gauge load cell. A digital floor scale, for instance, uses a platform supported by a column, with a strain gauge fused to the column. The strain gauge is a thin wire whose electrical resistance changes when the wire is stretched or compressed. When a load is placed on the platform, the column and strain gauge are compressed. The corresponding change in resistance of the strain gauge is used used to determine the object’s weight.

digital scalesApplications
As the digital scale slowly replaces mechanical scales, the number of its potential applications continue to grow. Digital scales are highly favored in applications or industries where precision is a necessity. Precision balances are extremely important in scientific laboratories where it is necessary to measure the weight of small amounts of material down to the nearest 1 millionth of a gram (3.53 hundred millionths of an ounce). These weighing devices are usually enclosed in glass or plastic to prevent wind drafts and temperature variations from affecting the measurements. Being able to read the results in a digital format reduced human error and added more reliability and consistency to the weighing process.

Advantages
Digital scales are faster, more accurate, can achieve higher GMP standards which are easier to read. These scales are also smaller in size allowing for more efficient use of space. Electronic floor and counting scales are usually low profile in structure and come with ramps, reducing lifting and handling problems. Another distinct advantage is that electronic scales can be tied into existing computer and accounting systems, which for most applications makes electronic scales more useful and efficient than mechanical scales.

Important Features
Of course, the most imporant feature in a digial scale is the digital display. There is nothing more impressive than a display that is extremely easy to read. Readability depends on four things: the quality of the LCD, the kind of backlight, display size and the number of digital readouts. A high quality LCD with a true luminescent blue backlight is fairly standard. The size of the display is also important. Sizes go as high as a large 6″ display. The larger the display, the easier it will be to read. Four-digit readouts in 1lb or gram increments are popular depending on the accuracy you require. Besides these standard features, most problems with digital scales fall into two areas: accuracy (or repeatability) and calibration.

Repeatability
Whenever an object is weighed multiple times and displays a different weight every time, the scale is most likely defective or damaged. Variations of weight in the same direction are usually normal. A good scale should show 80 to 90 percent repeatability, i.e, identical or variations in the same direction. For best repeatability testing use a calibration weight or object of known weight.

Calibration
Digital scales work the best when their internal temperature has stabilized to operating temperature. Temperature changes may produce either a failure to rezero when an object is removed or drift in weight readings. When a scale is moved to a different location always allow time for it’s temperature to adjust to the surrounding environment. It is best to turn the scale on and let it warm up for at least 20 minutes before use. Once the scale has warmed up, then run the calibration routine and the scale should not need to be rezeroed or calibrated again.

electronic scales

In this day and age, electronic scales are the best types of scales. Even though the classic balance scale we all know so well are still available, electronic scales are more simple and more accurate to use. This may be obvious since it is electronic.

There are other reasons to buy an electronic scale as opposed to other scales besides just its simplicity in reading. For example mechanical dial scales require that you be able to read the physical hand to determine the precise weight. Al electronic scale on the other hand, can provide you with a measurement to a couple of decimal points.

Electronic scales have been specifically engineered for the function of weighing items. That is not to say that traditional scales have not been designed with a similar purpose in mind, but they aren’t engineered for the specific purpose of measuring weight accurately. This implies that traditional scales are more likely to weigh inaccurately than electronic scales.

In conclusion, electronic scales are simply better because of their higher accuracy and reliability. Choose an electronic scale if you’re planning on buying one for your house or office.

In today’s world, there really is no reason to go with any other kind.

About bench scales

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Bench scales are among the most common types of scales in use today.

Bench scales are, in most cases, a bench, desk or table that that can measure weight. That’s a pretty broad category that many scales fall under.

Most of the time when people refer to bench scales they are referring to basic scales that measure weight. Modern electronic scales are often referred to as a bench scale. Every once in a while they can refer to old fashioned balance scales, but not often.

Originally, bench scales only measure weight. However, more technologically advanced scales can do a lot more than just measure weight.

For instance, counting scales can tell you how many objects you are weighing. Moisture balances can determine the amount of moisture in an object.

That’s just the beginning of the technological advances the scale industry is making.

floor scales

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Floor scales are almost built directly into the floor or ground below. Floor scales are large flat scales with some sort of display either attached to a nearby wall or mounted on a stand.

Floor scales are used quite often in the business world of today. They are commonly use in the shipping industry, but are also often used in fields that rely on shipping and receiving as part of their every day business. You can imagine how this would be a handy tool to certain businesses.

Floor scales are used rather often and for obvious reasons. These scales can be used to measure the weight of truly huge things, like furniture, shipment pallets and anything else that is just too big for a traditional scale. A floor scale is a valuable tool for many businesses today.

These scales don’t measure things like cars or trucks; you need larger capacity shipping scales than even floor scales can handle. Of course, chances are no one is going to ship a car or a truck, not very often any way.

Everything about digital scales

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Scales have been around for hundreds, even thousands of years for various functions. Scales are considered one of the most primitive forms of technology, but are still around in these modern times. Even though the accuracy of scales have improved through the times, the general function and use of scales have not changed.

Although the main function of the scale is to weigh items, it can also have many other functions. Scales are utilized in various fields, such as food, shipping, medicine and many others.

From long ago to now, scales have always had a range of functions. Our ancestors utilized scales to weigh such things as spices and precious metals. Despite their common use to weigh, our ancestors did not just use scales as a tool of function.

The scale’s image also had connotations of fairness and balance, which is why it was natural that the image became the symbol of justice. To this day U.S. courts utilize the scale as a symbol to present justice.

Digital scales are great scales for precision measurements. They feature digital readouts instead of old-fashioned dial displays. A digital readout adds to the over all quality and durability of the scale.

Go with a mechanical dial scale and never to deal with the inaccuracies of a mechanical dial. You can not get an exact number since you’re just staring at a little hand pointing to a bunch of tiny dashes.

Digital scales can be any scale you need. Most scales these days have digital readouts already built-in. For instance, lab scales, industrial scales, even kitchen scales can have digital read outs on them.

In conclusion, why bother with the inaccuracies of old fashioned mechanical scales. Take your scale into the twenty-first century, with a digital read out on your scale. Any number of digital scales can be found on the internet, another comfort of the twenty-first century.

Precision scales

As you may know, there are many special applications that require the use of a precision digital scale – such as paint mixing and counting small parts.

Unfortunately – the biggest mistake that most precision scale buyers make is they simply do NOT know which digital scale features they need for their application.

In order to make your precision scale selection FAST & Successful, we have provided you with the following “Precision Scale Checklist”. Simply use this check list to determine which scale features you need for your special application.

  1. Design
  2. Weighing Units (g, ozt, ct, grains, dwt, oz)
  3. Capacity vs. Accuracy
  4. Size & Portability
  5. TARE Feature
  6. Calibration
  7. AC/DC – Battery and/or 110V
  8. Manufacturers’ Warranty
  9. Price

DESIGN
Precision scales are available in a variety of designs (i.e. styles and colors). However, for most applications, you should consider style and color a LOWER priority.

WEIGHING UNITS (g, ozt, ct, grains, dwt, oz)
Most precision scales offer the following weighing units: Grams, Ounces, Troy Ounces, and Pennyweight. In addition, some precision scales also offer the weighing units of Carats (used for stones & gems) and Grains (used for gunpowder). In addition, if you are looking to weigh in MILLIGRAMS, you will find most scale only display in grams and 0.001g = 1mg or 0.01g = 10mg.

Before you select your precision scale, make sure that it has the weighing units you need for your special application. In addition, make sure it meets your capacity and accuracy needs.

SPECIAL NOTE: You can also CLICK HERE to use an On-line Conversion Calculator to convert various weighting units, such as grams to grains or grams to carats, etc.

CAPACITY vs. ACCURACY
Before you purchase any scale, you will need to answer the following two (2) questions:

  1. What is the maximum amount that you will ever need to weigh (i.e. 10g, 200dwt, 250ct, etc.)?
  2. What is the minimum increment (i.e. smallest amount) you will measure (i.e. 1g or 0.01g, 0.05ct, etc.)?

Once you have determined this information, you will simply need to select a precision scale that meets your capacity and accuracy requirements.

SIZE & PORTABILITY
One of the higher priorities you should note is the scale’s dimensions. In fact, a question you will need to ask yourself…

Will you be carrying your precision scale to different locations or will it stay at one location?

Of course, if you need to bring your scale with you to various locations, then you should select a scale that is compact & portable (i.e. pocket scale or mini scale). However, if you are placing your scale on a bench/table, then you may want to select a different sized precision scale.

In addition – your precision scale’s platform size will be directly related to its portability and should also be based on the size of the items to be weighed. However, as you will read in the next section – you may be able to increase the size your precision scale’s platform by using the Tare Feature.

TARE FEATURE
Most digital precision scales have a valuable feature called TARE. This feature simply removes the weight of any item placed on the platform. You can use this feature to increase the size of the platform and/or place items in a container, and then obtain the exact weight of the items in the container.

Platform Example: If you need to weigh an item that will not stay on your precision scale’s platform, you may be able to increase the platform size by placing a flat item – such as a plastic plate – that is larger than the platform and pushing the TARE button. This will remove the weight of the plate and you will now have a larger weighing platform.

Container Example: Place your container (i.e. bowl, cup, etc.) on the scale’s platform that will hold the item(s), and then push the TARE button. Your scale’s display will reset to 0 by subtracting the weight of the container. Then simply place the item(s) in the container and your scale will display the actual weight of the item(s) in the container.

In addition – if you need to weight more items in the same container, you can simply keep pressing the Tare button to reset the scale’s display to zero and then add the next item.

CALIBRATION
In addition, most precision scales offer a calibration feature that will enable you to keep your scale running at peak performance and accuracy.

If the precision scale you select offers an optional calibration weight, we highly recommend that you purchase this accessory to keep your precision scale accurate.

BATTERY and/or 110V POWER
The majority of precision scales are powered by battery(s) – only a few are 110V Power – some units offer both options. Of course, the battery powered scales will be more portable.

In addition, since precision digital scales only use a small amount of power and most units have auto shut off, the batteries will keep going and going and going.

MANUFACTURERS’ WARRANTY
You will discover most manufacturers offer at least a one (1) year warranty. In addition, you will find some who offers 2-5 year warranties.

SPECIAL NOTICE: We highly recommend you AVOID any scale manufacturer that offers a so-called “lifetime warranty”. We have discovered that most of these companies require a substantial fee for processing your warranty claims.

As you know, common sense says… “If it sounds too good to be true – it probably is”.

In addition, you should always use extreme care while operating or transporting your scale. Dropping your precision scale will most likely render it useless or cause enough damage to affect its accuracy. This type of damage will also void most manufacturers’ warranties.

Post scales

Have you ever stood in line at the post office?

Did you know that if driving to the post office, standing in line, and returning home each day (Monday-Saturday) took a total of 15 minutes… That in one (1) year – you would have wasted over 78 hours!

Let’s just say that your time is worth $15 per hour… this “wasted time” would cost you over $1,170.00!

What would you do with an extra $1,170.00 and 78 hours a year?

For the best return on your business investment – you should invest this time and money in a digital postal scale and an online postage printing service.

Whether you are a small retailer or one of the world’s largest distributors, today’s competitive marketplace requires that you control and/or reduce your expenses – while improving your efficiencies.

That’s why it is extremely critical that you know how to manage your shipping expenses.

Here are two of the most important factors in managing your shipping expenses:

  1. Determining the weight of each package
  2. Calculating accurate shipping costs

Let’s discover how these two factors will save you time and money…

1) Determining the weight of each package – Invest in a Digital Scale to save time & money

Knowing the exact weight of your package will prevent you from loosing $100′s by enabling you to correctly PRICE your postage.

In order to manage your basic shipping expenses, you MUST cover the costs of your postage and packaging materials (i.e. boxes, peanuts, foam, tape, labor, etc.).

In fact, many companies also formulate a small profit into their shipping prices or offer FREE SHIPPING and incorporate their shipping expenses into their product costs.

In order to calculate your EXACT shipping cost of each package – it is critical that you invest in the correct digital shipping-postal scale. To ensure you select the correct digital shipping – postal scale, you need to know…

“What size packages and/or letters will you be shipping in the next 5 years?”

If you are planning to only ship small letters/packages (i.e. less than one (1) pound), then USPS will be your best service for the lowest shipping costs.

Since USPS rounds up to the next “whole ounce”, you should invest in a digital scale that reads in ounces and is accurate to a minimum of 0.5oz. (1/2 ounce) to ensure you can accurately calculate your on-line postage stamps.

Currently, USPS FIRST CLASS mail has different rates “per ounce” for packages / letters from 1 – 13oz. If your package/letter weight exceeds 13oz, you will be charged the one (1) pound rate (i.e. Priority Mail) and your rate will also change after every “whole pound” (i.e. 2lb, 3lb, 4lb, etc.)

In fact, every other major shipping service, such as UPS and FedEx, charge by the “whole pound”. This means that they will always round-up to the next whole pound when the package weight exceeds that given pound.

Example: If your package weighs 3lb. 2oz., you will be charged the 4lb. rate.

Thus – if you plan on shipping heavier packages (more than one (1) pound), then you should invest in a digital scale that reads in pounds and is accurate to a minimum of 6oz (i.e. 1/2 or 0.5lb). This will ensure you can accurately calculate your shipping costs for heavier packages.

In addition, many heavy duty shipping scales also have a digital scale remote display, which is convenient for weighing larger packages.

As we noted earlier, if you plan to mail mostly small letters/packages (less than one (1) pound), then you should consider investing in an online postage scale that reads in ounces and is accurate to a minimum of 0.5oz. (1/2 ounce).

However – If you plan on shipping BOTH small letters/packages AND large items, then you may want to consider investing in two (2) separate postal or shipping scales that meet your shipping needs.

What about purchasing a digital scale that calculates postage?

Since the Internet provides FAST, EASY and ACCURATE postage calculations, there are very few advantages to purchasing a digital scale that calculates postage.

In addition to the weight of the package, most shippers may add additional costs base the size of the package. Most shippers are also calculating shipping cost via postal codes (i.e shipping location to destination). This information is impossible to input into a stand-alone digital scale.

In fact, if you buy a postage calculating scale and there is a rate change (which happens frequently), you will probably be required to replace a special e-prom chip, download the updates, or send the scale in to be updated. This can be complicated and frustrating.

This is why we highly recommend that you use an on-line shipping service, which we will discuss in the next section below.

Pet’s scales

s you know, wild animals that are sick and/or injured are more vulnerable to predators. This is why many wild animals INSTINCTIVELY attempt to hide their sickness and/or injury as a means of survival.

Did you know that this is also TRUE for many domestic pets?

Unfortunately, these instinctive behaviors can make it EXTREMELY difficult for pet owners to detect health problems with their pets until it is too late…

However – there is a FAST & EASY way to “help save your pet’s life”

Simply monitor your pet’s weight.

ANY weight change – especially in smaller pets and babies – can be a WARNING SIGN that the animal’s health is in DANGER.

A “Fast & Easy” way you can help to maintain your pet’s good health is to record their weight on a regular basis. Keeping track of your pet’s weight will enable you to discover any minor changes that would indicate a possible health concern.

Since there are many different species and sizes of pets, we highly recommend that you contact your veterinarian to help establish a weight program for your pet. This way you can determine the weight change variance (% change) that may indicate a health issue for your pet.

If you do not have a veterinarian, than you should consider contacting a veterinarian who is a specialist for your pet’s species (i.e. exotic, household, etc.).

Here are some additional monitoring tips regarding your pet’s weight:

  1. Write down your pet’s weight – do NOT rely on your memory
  2. If possible, use a computer spreadsheet program to track weight
  3. Set a schedule for weighing (i.e. twice a week)
  4. Weigh your pet at the same time each day, such as in the AM after a BM
  5. Establish a “baseline weight” for mature pets (i.e. their average weight)
  6. If your pet is stressed, injured, or sick – make a note and weigh them daily
  7. Monitor your pet’s food intake (i.e. more food = more weight)
  8. If applicable, consider weighing their food portions to maintain a stable diet
  9. Look for patterns (i.e. time of year = weight change?)
  10. When monitoring your pet’s health, weight LOSS is usually considered a more significant warning sign for health problems rather than weight GAIN

In order to make your digital pet scale selection FAST & Successful – we have provided you with the following “Digital Pet Scale Checklist”. Simply use this checklist to determine which scale features you need to successfully monitor your pet’s weight.

  1. Design
  2. Size
  3. TARE Feature
  4. Capacity vs. Accuracy
  5. AC/DC – Battery and/or 110V
  6. Weighing Units (lb, oz, kg, g)
  7. Removable Platform
  8. Manufacturers’ Warranty
  9. Price

DESIGN
Digital pet scales are available in a wide variety of designs (i.e. styles and colors). However, for most applications, you should consider style and color a lower priority.

SIZE
One of the higher priorities you should note is the scale’s dimensions. You simply need to select a scale size that will accommodate the size of your pet.

Your scale’s platform size is also an important feature and should be determined by the size of the pet to be weighed. However – as you will read in the next section, you may be able to increase the size of your digital scale’s platform by using the Tare Feature.

TARE Feature
Most digital scales have a valuable feature called TARE. This feature simply removes the weight of any item placed on the platform that you do not wish to be included with the final weight (i.e. by pressing the TARE button, it will reset the display to 0.0 by removing the weight of the item on the scale).

You can use the TARE feature to either increase the size of the platform and/or place pets in a container – then obtain the exact weight of the pet in the container.

Platform Example: If your pet will not fit or stay on your scale’s platform, you can increase the platform size by placing a flat item – such as a piece of plywood with carpeting – that is larger than the platform – and pushing the TARE button. This will remove the weight of the new platform and you will now have a larger platform.

Container Example: Place your container (i.e. box, bowl, etc.) on the scale’s platform that will hold your pet – then push the TARE button. Your scale’s display will reset to 0 by subtracting the weight of the container. Now – simply place your pet in the container and your scale will display the actual weight of your pet in the container.

SUGGESTION: In order to make your pet more comfortable, place a towel or related item in the container when weighing – this will hopefully help them to relax. If appropriate, try weighing them when they are sleeping.

CAPACITY vs. ACCURACY
Before you purchase a digital scale, you will need to answer the following two (2) questions:

  1. What is the maximum weight your pet will reach (i.e. 250g, 2lb, 5lb, etc.)?
  2. What is the minimum accuracy you need to monitor your pet’s weight (i.e. 1g or 0.5oz, etc.)?

Once you have determined this information, you will simply need to select a scale that meets your capacity and accuracy requirements.

BATTERY and/or 110V POWER
Digital scales are powered by either battery or 110V Power – some units offer both options. The battery operated scales will be more portable. However, the 110V scale will eliminate the use of batteries.

Since pet scales are usually small, you will find that most pet scales will operate via battery power. Since digital scales only use a small amount of power and most units have auto shut off, the batteries will keep going and going and going.

WEIGHING Units (lb, oz, kg, g)
Many scales offer both weighing units – pounds/ounces and kilogram/grams. However, you need to make sure that the scale has the weighing units you need to weigh your pet accurately.

BIRD PERCH PLATFORMS
Some scales offer bird perches built onto their scale, which allows for FAST & EASY weighing of your bird. Simply select the appropriate diameter of the perch for your bird size.
MANUFACTURERS’ WARRANTY
You will discover most manufacturers offer at least a one (1) year warranty. In addition – you will find some who even offer 2-5 year warranties.

The TOP mistakes that most Digital Scale Buyers Make

As you may know, there are many unique hobbies, crafts, and other special applications that require the utilization of a digital scale.

Unfortunately, the biggest mistake that most digital scale buyers make is they simply do NOT know which digital scale features they need for their application.

In order to make your digital scale selection FAST & Successful, we have provided you with the following “Digital Scale Checklist”. Simply use this check list to determine which scale features you need for your special application.

  1. Design
  2. Size
  3. TARE Feature
  4. Capacity vs. Accuracy
  5. AC/DC – Battery and/or 110V
  6. Spill Protection
  7. Weighing Units (lb, oz, kg, g)
  8. Removable Platform
  9. Manufacturers’ Warranty
  10. Price

DESIGN
Precision scales are available in a variety of designs (i.e. styles and colors). However, for most applications, you should consider style and color a LOWER priority.

SIZE
One of the higher priorities you should note is the scale’s dimensions. As you know, a pocket scale and a high capacity scale will be very different in size. You simply need to select a scale size that meets your unique application.

Your scale’s platform size is also an important feature and should be based on the size of the items to be weighed. However, as you will read in the next section you may be able to increase the size your digital scale’s platforms by using the Tare Feature.

TARE FEATURE
Most digital scales have a valuable feature called TARE. This feature simply removes the weight of any item placed on the platform. You can use this feature to increase the size of the platform and/or place items in a container, and then obtain the exact weight of the items.

Platform Example: If you need to weigh an item that will not stay on your scale’s platform, you can increase the platform size by placing a flat item – such as a piece of plywood – that is larger than the platform and pushing the TARE button. This will remove the weight of the plywood and you will now have a larger weighing platform.

Container Example: Place your container (i.e. box, bowl, cup, etc.) on the scale’s platform that will hold the item(s), then push the TARE button. Your scale’s display will reset to 0 by subtracting the weight of the container. Then simply place the item(s) in the container and your scale will display the actual weight of the item(s) in the container.

If you need to weigh additional items in the same container, you can simply keep pressing the Tare button to reset the scale’s display to zero and then add the next item.

CAPACITY vs. ACCURACY
Before you purchase any scale, you will need to answer the following two (2) questions:

  1. What is the maximum amount that you will ever need to weigh (i.e. 100g, 5lb, or 200lb)?
  2. What is the minimum increment (i.e. smallest amount) you will measure (i.e. 1g or 0.5oz, 2oz, etc.)?

Once you have determined this information, you will simply need to select a scale that meets your capacity and accuracy requirements.

BATTERY and/or 110V POWER
Digital scales are powered by either battery or 110V Power, some units offer both options. The battery operated scales will be more portable. However, the 110V scale will eliminate the use of batteries.

You will find that most digital scales will operate via battery power. Since digital scales only use a small amount of power and most units have auto shut off, the batteries will keep going and going and going.

SPILL PROTECTION
Will your scale be weighing liquid, powder, or wet substances? If so, we recommend that you purchase a unit with a sealed LCD display and user buttons. This simple spill protection will prevent the substances from leaking into the electronics and voiding the manufacturer’s warranties.

SUGGESTION: If you are looking to save a few dollars, you can also use a clear plastic bag or a sheet of clear plastic to cover the entire scale and prevent damage – however – doing this will probably make reading the display and pushing the buttons more difficult.

WEIGHING Units (lb, oz, kg, g)
Many scales offer both weighing units – pounds/ounces and kilogram/grams. However, you need to make sure that the scale has the weighing units you need.

REMOVABLE PLATFORM
Some scales offer a removable Stainless Steel or glass platform, which allows for FAST & EASY clean-up. If you plan to weigh items that will cause a mess if spilled, then you may wish to consider a scale with a removable platform.

MANUFACTURERS’ WARRANTY
You will discover most manufacturers offer at least a one (1) year warranty. In addition, you will find some who offer 2-5 year warranties.

SPECIAL NOTICE: We highly recommend you AVOID any scale manufacturer that offers a so-called “lifetime warranty”. We have discovered that most of these companies require a substantial fee for processing your warranty claims.

As you know, common sense says… “If it sounds too good to be true – it probably is”.

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