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November 26, 2009

Are [pocket digital scales] practical?

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In case you were at a loss for what to use [pocket digital scales] for, and why they command such a sizeable chunk of the digital scales market, then this article should be useful to you.

No longer do we need to use balances and weights. Since the invention of the micro chip we have enjoyed our gadgets digital and petite. Consumer preference is therefore partly responsible for dictating what is produced. However, just because we can produce [pocket digital scales] and just because consumers like them doesn’t mean that [pocket digital scales] are practical. Can [pocket digital scales] weigh enough stuff to make them valid weighing devices?

It’s certainly true that [pocket digital scales] can’t compete against much larger digital scales but most [pocket digital scales] come with expansion trays that also act as lids, which vastly increase its surface area and the amount it can weigh. Now, [pocket digital scales] can also only weigh a a minimum and maximum weight. Most [pocket digital scales] can weigh weights up to 1000g although 500g is also very common. The increments [pocket digital scales] will weigh in will likely be 0.01g, 0.1g.

These [pocket digital scales] are easily slipped into a pocket but also  weigh up to a staggering 1kg on 0.1g increments. Wow!

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