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Samsonite Manual Luggage Scale $3.74 + FS w/ Prime or $3.74 at Macy's + 6% Slickdeals Cashback (PC Req'd) + Free Curbside Pickup

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sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has Samsonite Manual Luggage Scale for $3.74 when you clip the 25% Off coupon on the product page. Shipping is Free w/ Prime or orders of $25+
  • Registers up to 80 lbs.
  • Comfort-grip handle and adjustable strap for easy use
  • Built-in tape measure
  • 7" × 6" × 5"
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THANK YOU OP, Appreciate the Heads Up.............In For 2, According to the 3 C's.....LOWEST PRICE EVER, Best Lowest Price Before was $3.99 in July 2018.

This will pay for itself, Because once we Start Traveling Again, The Scale will prevent Over Stuffing and getting Charged for Over Weight Limit, From the Airlines.
Thanks Again
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Huh oos?
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Quote from Chicagobred01 :
THANK YOU OP, Appreciate the Heads Up.............In For 2, According to the 3 C's.....LOWEST PRICE EVER, Best Lowest Price Before was $3.99 in July 2018.

This will pay for itself, Because once we Start Traveling Again, The Scale will prevent Over Stuffing and getting Charged for Over Weight Limit, From the Airlines.
Thanks Again
Why not weight yourself on a scale, then weigh yourself plus the luggage?
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Quote from Glee217 :
Huh oos?
No still available just ordered one on Amazon
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No still available just ordered one on Amazon
Some reviews say its not accurate. Is there a adjustment on it?
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Why not weight yourself on a scale, then weigh yourself plus the luggage?
Because you can carry this in a luggage when you travel. You probably won't carry a scale when you travel
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Because you can carry this in a luggage when you travel. You probably won't carry a scale when you travel
I always keep a scale on me when I go out
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Would like to have one on hand, but I do not plan on immediately traveling... so would not know whether mine is faulty. Reviews seem to indicate that this is very hit or miss... varying by several to 10lbs, and may have to keep retesting. If that's the case, how can you ever know what it really weighs? Gonna have to pass, but it's a nice deal - if you get a working product
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Why not weight yourself on a scale, then weigh yourself plus the luggage?
Clearly you haven't travelled much internationally.
With two full size checked in bagage that can be 50lbs, this trick get old really fast.
I tried this trick on my last trip, and it was not much helpful.
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Clearly you haven't travelled much internationally.
With two full size checked in bagage that can be 50lbs, this trick get old really fast.
I tried this trick on my last trip, and it was not much helpful.
Just twenty plus countries.. never had an issue with weight of my bag. If you are within a few ibs, most airlines let it go. stop over packing and your problem is solved.
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Just twenty plus countries.. never had an issue with weight of my bag. If you are within a few ibs, most airlines let it go. stop over packing and your problem is solved.
We gotta international pack lord over here
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expired? showing 7.5 after coupon
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Had this for about 2 years. Love it. Very durable and reliable. Also really like the built-in tape measure.
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Quote from Greenworld123 :
Just twenty plus countries.. never had an issue with weight of my bag. If you are within a few ibs, most airlines let it go. stop over packing and your problem is solved.
Really depends on the airline.
I've seen some airlines weighing each and every bag and charging overage fees on the spot. They do it at the gate so that you can't repack. If you're even a bit over, you'll be charged.
This is especially true for low-cost airlines such as Ryan Air, Asia Air, Wow Air (when it existed), etc.
US airlines may start following the suit for lower cost seats.
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