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PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2006 3:11 pm 
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where can I get a digital scale? I once saw a digital scale with a USB connection to the computer but it was from USA - anywhere I can get one in europe or if possible in Denmark? (KOM SÅ GUTTER)

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I think USB scales are not really practical.
I prefer stand alone scales.

Ultimate Support just released a new desktop scale which is perfect for weighting bike parts.
You can buy it from this eBay seller (if you are a eBay member)

http://cgi.ebay.com/Ultimate-Digital-DE ... dZViewItem

You can also look into the Pelouze SP5.

Hope it helps.


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  • 52.90 € (including 19% VAT)
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thanks alot - I have ordered a Ultimate scale :-)

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Specifically designed to weigh cycling components

wtf??? Thats sounds like bull... =)

Anyway, shouldn't you be out training for the big event??

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Alpine makes special weights for bike-stuff - like their hangingscale is also made special for bike-weights! ;-)

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PalleRaa wrote:
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Specifically designed to weigh cycling components

wtf??? Thats sounds like bull... =)

"Specifically designed to weigh cycling components" means it displays only 90% of the real weight, this is a good and cheap wayto make your bikeparts "lighter".
The same kind of weights are popular with females.


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great - soon I will hit 8 kg with my hardtail :-)

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Mmmm, only 90% of the real weight... That would make my bike close to 7 kg...

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Wow, that would bring my road bike down to about 9.5kg :D :lol:


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