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Size of a small cellphone 4" by 3 inches and the scale is size of 50 cent piece , good for weighing jewelry ,precious metals , small items with micro measurements and you need magnifying glass to change modes ,tiny print
By ROREYNA S SMITH on April 30, 2018
No, nothing will fit when lid is shut besides the grey plate yu put what your weighing on
By Will on March 13, 2018
The round weighing platform is BPA-free plastic
By Leeto on March 2, 2018
The maximum weight is 50g. The precision is up to 1 microgram. 0.001, so 0.050 would be 50milligrams. I use this to weight my suppliments. Works great. Also comes with 50g weight to check accuracy at your atmospheric pressure.
By Joshua on February 8, 2018
I would think so. It weighs accurately to 1 gram. One gram equals 15.4 grains. Since we are probably talking over a hundred grains it would be no problem since the scale will weigh accurately to within one gram.
By Bracamonte on January 3, 2018
I figured out how to use the PCS function. It is used to count a large number of small objects. For this example, I will assume you are weighing a bottle of pills and will describe how to use the TARE feature in conjunction with PCS. … see more I figured out how to use the PCS function. It is used to count a large number of small objects. For this example, I will assume you are weighing a bottle of pills and will describe how to use the TARE feature in conjunction with PCS. *Empty the pill bottle. Manually count out 25, 50, 75, or 100 pills. *Place the empty pill bottle on the scale, and press the TARE button to zero the display. *Put the 25, 50, 75, or 100 pills you manually counted back in the bottle. *Press and hold the PCS button. It will display 25, 50, 75, or 100. Repeatedly press the MODE button until the display shows the number of pills you manually counted (25, 50, 75, or 100). So if you manually counted 25 pills and put them in the bottle, press MODE until 25 is displayed. *Now press the PCS button again. You are now set up and ready to count. Put the rest of the pills in the bottle, and read the count! The scale has a 50 gram capacity. If you have more than 50 grams of pills, count them in small batches, noting the count of each batch and adding the batch counts up. see less
By Dennis Hevener on March 27, 2018
Yes , absolutely. It could.
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By John Smith
April 24, 2020
This scale, while reading in 100ths of a grain, does not provide actual readings in odd number one-hundreths. It will only give readings in even hundredths. For example, a measure of 1.21 grains, the scale will only read as 1.20, or 1.22. It will never show 1.21. I matched the accuracy against my Lee Safety Powder scale at it is right on (as best as I can tell) using the mechanical scale to one hundredths of a grain. I’ve had it for a couple of months, using even 3-4 days. Time will tell on product longevity. Good scale for the money.
By Jeffrey Elzy
May 24, 2020
The following are powder weights compared to my beam scale, in grains. Homegeek - 25.2, 25.36, 25.38, 25.2, 25.4 - Avg = 25.31 Beam Scale - 25.5, 25.58, 25.57, 25.55, 25.59 - Avg = 25.56 Procedure used: actuate the drum powder measure on the press just as it would be done under normal conditions, dumped the contents of that case into the homegeek tared pan, wrote down the weight. Then dumped those contents into the beam scale pan, then adjusted to beam to scale, wrote down the weight. So, the first one, 25.2 is the exact same powder load as the beam scale 25.5. This digital scale is far enough off that i don't trust it at all for loading. 2 tenths difference on the average is too much for me.
By Christopher S. Frank
October 11, 2020
October 10, 2020
Such a tiny scale!! I was amazed how compact that is! Super light and easy to use. Tested out with some Swarovski crystals and seems like everything is very close to the very expansive large machines out there. not going to use it for bulk measuring but great for the very small chatons, etc.
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By Sarah U
December 3, 2019
While this is a good scale for measuring heavier weights, anything below 0.050g is very touchy and difficult to read. I followed all the instructions and advice in the small manual, but found that sometimes the scale would not register weight added or reduced, or would inaccurately bounce between numbers. The scale is completely unusable under 0.020g, so I would not advise using this scale for sensitive measurements. I found it was much more accurate around 0.1g and higher, which is unfortunate because I bought it to measure by milligrams.
December 1, 2019
If you are working on any quantity smaller than 30mg, this thing is unreliable! Indescribably, there are times where I will take something that just weighed ~99-101mg on it, like a capsule, and then it could weigh as much as 5 or 10mg more, or 10 or 15 mg less! It's clear that the "calibration" weight is really just a placebo. The device takes anything that weighs remotely close to 50g and just automatically makes it appear as exactly 50.000g. Disingenuous, inaccurate garbage.
By Mx V
December 1, 2019
The approach to making <10 milligram measurements is to use a weigh boat weighing 100mg with the scale at all times. Once you add the item to be weighed, if it is less then 10 mg in weight, lift and replace the weigh boat. In this way, you can precision within 2 mg. The scale is not very precise, often weighing the same 100 mg item as anything from 97 mg to 104 mg. I suspect this is due to the irregular shape of the scale's surface and the large surface area of my weight boat. It usually weighs the item as 98 mg or 100 mg 70% of the time.
By ryan krouth
December 1, 2019
Mine came in broken probably more of a shipping thing than from the factory. Also I've calibrated the scale multiple times and I cant get a reading lower than .011 g which sucks because I'm needing to read as low as .005 g or 5 mg. Other than those things it's working ok so far.
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