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1, Stainless steel digital kitchen scale with widescreen LCD screen
2, Weighs up to 11 pounds (about 5000 grams) of food (minimum of 2 grams)
3, Advanced sensor technology delivers quick, accurate responses
4, Displays results in ounces, grams, pounds
5, Tare button subtracts container weight to zero out the scale so you only measure what you want
6, Measures approximately 8.7x7.1x1.6 inches (LxWxH)
7, BPA-free
8, Two AAA AmazonBasics batteries included

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I have this scale. I use it for mailing packages and weighing coffee beans. It only measures with 1g accuracy, and I prefer something that has 0.1g accuracy.
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I know, but... op was saying he wanted a scale that was accurate to 0.1g. Not sure what converting a gram into an ounce accomplishes.

Might as well go even further and say 1 gram is .0022 pounds. Just confuses people into thinking it's more accurate because you've got some decimal points.
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It's a $7 scale and for weighing packages/coffee beans (unless you own a coffee shop), the slight difference doesn't really affect much at all. USPS doesn't care if you're over or under 1 ounce and if they do, it's probably just a pissed off USPS employee.
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I have this scale. I use it for mailing packages and weighing coffee beans. It only measures with 1g accuracy, and I prefer something that has 0.1g accuracy.
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Think i will get it to measure broccoli and spinach for green smoothies
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What's your point?
Probably that for a $7 dollar scale, you most likely won't get better accuracy than .035 of an ounce, which is pretty damn small.
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What's your point?
It's a $7 scale and for weighing packages/coffee beans (unless you own a coffee shop), the slight difference doesn't really affect much at all. USPS doesn't care if you're over or under 1 ounce and if they do, it's probably just a pissed off USPS employee.
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Is this a good food scale ?? I would like to try a food cut down for the new year. ( i did not say diet ).
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It's a $7 scale and for weighing packages/coffee beans (unless you own a coffee shop), the slight difference doesn't really affect much at all. USPS doesn't care if you're over or under 1 ounce and if they do, it's probably just a pissed off USPS employee.
I know, but... op was saying he wanted a scale that was accurate to 0.1g. Not sure what converting a gram into an ounce accomplishes.

Might as well go even further and say 1 gram is .0022 pounds. Just confuses people into thinking it's more accurate because you've got some decimal points.
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I love this scale. Works great and it's affordable. I just bought one as a gift for 6.98$
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Is this a good food scale ?? I would like to try a food cut down for the new year. ( i did not say diet ).
That's the definition of a diet. Nothing wrong with that.
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I know, but... op was saying he wanted a scale that was accurate to 0.1g. Not sure what converting a gram into an ounce accomplishes.

Might as well go even further and say 1 gram is .0022 pounds. Just confuses people into thinking it's more accurate because you've got some decimal points.
All I did was state to others that it is a minor issue.
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