My Weigh Metal Hand Scale - Silver
A classic hand held postal scale.
100 gram capacity x 1 gram resolution
|"In A Nutshell"|
|Scale Size||5" x 2"|
|Mode: Grams||Capacity: 1 g - 20 g|
20 g - 50 g
50 g - 100 g
|Resolution: 1 g|
|Mode: Ounces||Capacity: 1 oz - 2 oz|
2 oz - 4 oz
|Resolution: 1/20 oz (0.05 oz)|
1/2 oz (0.5 oz)
Measure In Grams And Ounces This tiny little scale will measure your letters in both grams and ounces at the same time. Just clip your mail on the end and check out each side of the scale...grams are on one side, and ounces are on the other.
It's So Small, You can Keep It Anywhere Thanks to the dinky size of this mechanical hanging scale, and the included protective pouch, you can keep it pretty much anywhere. It takes up hardly any space at all. You can even hang it up by the loop at the top, if ya want.
Customer Reviewswrite your review
These scales are exactly what I was looking for.Reviewed by: tony from rome on (3/13/2016)
This is a great little scale!!Reviewed by: Laurie Mc from NC on (2/5/2016)
The ounce scale markings are so lightly incised that it is almost impossible to read them.Reviewed by: Cecil from Madison, WI on (11/19/2015)
I bought this scale for my grandson, so he could use it to do a science project. It arrived immediately and I am delighted with it! Perfect size for his project.Reviewed by: Joy Urbach from Denver, CO on (12/24/2014)
Just what I needed to weigh envelopes. Small, manual operation, and nicely made. Great price!Reviewed by: Nancy from New York on (6/20/2014)
We needed a small scale to weigh envelopes. This is perfect - very small so it doesn't take a lot of space to store, excellent price, and it is perfect for our postage weighing needs.Reviewed by: Stacey from Fayetteville, NC on (3/18/2014)
The scale works fine,not a problem.Reviewed by: Wolfgang Hasper from Tallahassee, Florida on (3/1/2012)
They work perfect, don't need digital when these work fine!!Reviewed by: Alex from salemburg, NC on (3/1/2012)
Questions and Answersask a question
A: Hey there Kenny,
The best thing to do is affix a mass of known weight from the scale and see it they match up. A calibration weight would be your best option. I would recommend a weight between 1 and 20 grams. 10 grams would be the perfect amount.