Replacement Scale Recommendations
My mom accidentally broke my scale so I want to do some research and get some recs before I tell mom which one I want. What I’m looking for:
under $20 including shipping
At least .01g sensitivity- .001g would be nice
If weight is needed to calibrate, weight included or price of weight purchased separetely and scale (including both shipping charges) less than $20 a plus
My old one was a flat pocket scale, but a teaspoon style would be nice- not only to find the density of a tsp of various teas, but also for ease of travel since I take all my tea stuff with me no matter where I go. I will probably end up getting both a flat pocket scale and a tsp scale since weighing whites using a tsp scale would be a major PITB)
Please post links below- thanks!
Wow no suggestions yet. I just found this one from UTIREALLY expensive… I love the cupweight feature! Any other scales that have a cupweight feature… preferably for a 3/8oz cuppa or (better yet) a choice between the 2? I’d rather not have to do math lol.
i’ve used ebay and had good luck there – so many choices!
thinkgeek had a cool measuring spoon one, there was a link a while back. But it was over $20. Closer to $30 when shipped, and not sure how sensitive it would go.
I got mine for $10 and I guess you get what you pay for. Mine works fine but you have to replace the batteries every 2 weeks which cost $6. I need to find one that lasts longer.
Yeah I definitely do not want a scale that would double in cost due to batteries in less than. And for as much use as my old one got, I bet the batteries wouldn’t last 2 weeks in that scale for me. One of my life ottos is to to get the most bang for my buck not necessarily taking the cheapest way out. Anything that I buy that isn’t quality is a waste of money for me and I do not have money to waste. I’d rather invest a little more into a quality product.
It uses watch batteries. I need to find one that uses AA or AAA batteries so I can recharge or purchase an expensive one that the batteries last longer. Any suggestions?
Oh… I see. I didn’t realize what size batteries it uses… Since just about everything in this house seems to operate on AA or AAA batteries, I just assumed that the scale would also. Sorry about that!
Since I am not in to scales (I religiously avoid such gadgetry!) I can’t help you. :( Sorry.