When purchasing a scale there are several things to take into account. The first of those is weighing accuracy. In most of the scales we sell, you will see us refer to it as a "single digit", "double digit", or "triple digit". These terms relate to how accurately the scale displays the weight placed on it. In single digit scales, the display will read to the tenth of a gram, and look like this: "0.1". In a double digit, it will display to the hundredth of a gram, and look like this: "0.01". In a triple digit, it will weight to the thousandth of a gram, and look like this: "0.001". These denominations are relevant only to your specific purpose and don't necessarily indicate the quality or performance of the scale. Another factor to consider is the shape and size of the weighing area. For those who would want to weigh large quantities of anything at once, a scale with a small weighing area and tray would not necessarily be ideal. Consider your weighing needs when looking at the size of the weighing area on a potential scale. Finally, it is important to check the capacity of your potential purchase. Again, if you are planning on weighing a large quantity of anything, a high weighing capacity is paramount. Consider your weighing needs when looking at the capacity of a potential scale purchase.
Gempro Scale 50g x 0.001
Introducing the My Weigh GemPro Series scales! These scales include all the functions, features, and accessories that jewelers have been searching for in ONE scale for years. The GemPro is bound to surpass the expe..