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Need a shipping scale? Postal scale? The UltraShip has got ya covered. To get the most accurate weight readings of items both small and large, My Weigh designed this shipping scale with dual resolutions. Why? Small items, like letters and envelopes need more accurate weight readings since you pay by the ounce to mail them...Larger items, packages and boxes, require a higher capacity and are usually rounded up to figure shipping costs. This postal scale's design will give you the accurate weight readings you need at a very affordable price.
If you've ever had a tough time seeing the weights on your scale's display because of a large package, (or anything else that might cover your weight display) you'll know what a great feature this is. My Weigh designed this shipping and postage scale with a backlit weight display that pulls away from the scale so ya can see your weights even with a BIG package on the scale...the display's cord reaches over three feet long! When ya don't need the remote readout, just pop the display back into place on the front of the scale.
With this cool feature you can weigh your item, press the "HOLD" key, and remove your items from the scale. After you take your item off the scale, the weight reading will remain on the display. This can come in handy for larger packages...you can even switch through the different modes and see what your items weigh in each unit.
The tare button on the front of this digital scale can be pressed to "zero out" the weight on the scale. You can then add more weight, and the display will only show the weight of the items you're adding. This sure is useful when ya want to use the included attachment pieces for weighing your things, or if ya want to get separate weights of multiple items.
If you've ever had your scale turn off on ya in the middle of important measurements, you'll realize what a blessing this feature is. You can program the Ultra 55 to turn off automatically, or to stay on until you turn it off yourself.
If your application needs weights in the same unit of measurement, (like ounces for instance), it can be a real pain if your scale always turns on ready to weigh in grams. It's a good thing the My Weigh Ultra Ship turns on displaying the unit of measurement you were using when ya turned it off.
If ya have a problem with this scale, just send it to MyWeigh's warranty center in Phoenix, Arizona. They'll fix or replace your scale and send it on its way back to ya within a week of receiving it. You should expect your replacement to arrive in about two to three weeks from the day you send the original off. Keep in mind that sometimes MyWeigh runs out of stock, which can cause a delay in the warranty replacement process.
Q: Does this scale calculate postage?
A: Hey there Gail,No, unfortunately it does not. We do not offer any scales that have that capability.Take care,Brandon
Q: What is the difference between the 55 & 35 models? I need it for weighing lotion/kitchen ingredients & packages
A: Hey there Carol,The main difference is the maximum capacities of the scales. The Ultraship 35 has a maximum capacity of 35 pounds, and the Ultraship 55 has a maximum capacity of 55 pounds.The more subtle difference is the resolution of the scales. If you take a look at the "Weighing Modes" section for both of the scales, you'll notice the resolutions are different as well. As a rule of thumb, the higher the capacity for a scale, the lower the resolution.Let's have a look at grams. The Ultraship 35 has a resolution of 2 grams with weights under 900 grams, and a resolution of 5 grams with weights over 900 grams.The Ultraship 55 has a resolution of 2 grams with weights under 900 grams, which matches the Ultraship 35. However, with weights above 900 grams, the resolution changes to 10 grams; that differs from the Ultraship 35 by 5 grams.These changes in resolution are incrementally the same throughout the weighing modes. (Pounds, Ounces, Pounds:Ounces and Kilograms)Other than that, the scales are exactly the same.Take care,Brandon