110 lb Capacity Digital Scale with Remote Display… $23.99

Accuteck ShipPro W-8580 110lbs x 0.1 oz Red Digital shipping postal scale, Limited Edition

Accuteck ShipPro W-8580 110lbs x 0.1 oz Digital Scale in red.  110 lb capacity, .01 oz accuracy.  Start Weight from 10g/0.5oz.  Reads in lbs/ounces, ounces, kilograms/grams and grams.  Extended cord with Large Backlit energy saving display.  Features tare and hold functions.  Can be powered by batteries, USB cable or AC adapter. (All Included). Dimensions : 10 x 8 x 3 inches.

Considering this scale’s size and features it looks like it would make a good grain scale… Large 110 lb capacity, Remote display unit with 18″ cord (means you can weigh larger things and still see the display), nice sized weighing platform and the requisite (in my opinion) tare feature.  Tare allows you to essentially subtract the weight of the container to get a true reading on contents.  Add the container you’re going to use, hit tare to zero out the scale and then add you ingredients.

12/1/16 9:30 AM Central: This highly rated scale has dropped to just $23.99.  Shipping to most US addresses is also free with Prime Membership or a qualifying order. Price, shipping and availability can change quickly.  Check the product page for up to the minute price and availability.  See Recent Amazon Finds and our Amazon Fillers Resource Page to help you put together an order that qualifies for free shipping.

Accuteck ShipPro W-8580 110lbs x 0.1 oz Red Digital shipping postal scale, Limited Edition

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One thought on “110 lb Capacity Digital Scale with Remote Display… $23.99

  1. Ricardo

    Just a note to say that I’ve owned this scale for the better part of a year and it has worked well for me. I paid $25.69 in April 2016.

    I put the scale on the floor, put an empty 6 gallon bucket on the scale, zero it out and add my grain. I have not calibrated it, so I can’t vouch for it’s accuracy, but I weighed out 20lb of grain on Saturday and it seemed like 20 lb to me 🙂

    I’ve only used the batteries as a power source, have not tried the USB port.

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