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Thursday, June 11, 2015

0 Smart Weigh Digital Pocket Scale-Silver-Review

Info from the company:
Have you been looking for the perfect on-the-go pocket scale? One that is lightweight, accurate, and reliable? Look no further - the Smart Weigh Digital Pocket Scale with its sleek and portable design is exactly what you have been looking for! Advanced! Tired of inaccurate weight readings? Ready for an upgrade? The Smart Weigh scale features the highest grade precision with the latest technology. Weigh Master! This scale will help you accomplish a wide variety of weighing needs. It will do so accurately and to perfection! The PCS function will spare you much time by giving an accurate count of the pieces you are weighing. Style! Features a unique and simple design with its stainless steel 3.94" x 3.7" platform. It is easy to operate by using the four sleek chrome buttons.

My take on it:
I've been using the Smart Weigh Pro Pocket scale for about a week and it is working out great for me to take on-the-go.

Out of the package, I found the scale to be housed in a clear case. The case is off-set covering the bottom portion and the portion of the top that you weigh things on, leaving the display and buttons exposed. With both clear cases on it, you can place things on top of it while storing without having to worry about damaging the scale.

The size is what I find the best feature about this product. I do have a larger scale that I use in the kitchen as a permanent fixture that can support my large mixing bowls. This pocket scale is so small, I rather use it to take in my lunch box with me. It really can fit into a pocket, so it works out great for foods I bring to lunch with me or if I grab food while I'm out and need to weigh it to log my calories properly.

This unit is powered by 2 AAA batteries which keeps it lightweight and is easy to replace the batteries.  The batteries are included!

The display is LCD and backlit in blue with black writing. To power on, you press the power / tare button. You can move through the different weight types by pressing mode. It will cycle between g, oz, ozt, dwt, gn or ct. Obviously, I use g (gram) and oz (ounce) regularly, but the others not so much. I actually had to google ozt, dwt ,gn, and ct as they aren't measurements I need to measure my food. If you will be using this to measure jewelry, minerals or grain, those will benefit you.

The PCS mode is actually very interesting and something I've not seen on other scales. It can give you a semi-accurate count of the amount of pieces you have of something. To set it up, you press PCS and it will show a number, like 30. Put 30 of whatever it is on the scale and press PCS again. Now, as you add, it will show approximately how many pieces while you are on the ct mode.

The scale is consistent in giving me accurate weight and I've found it so convenient to take with me because it takes up so little space.
I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.


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