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- Posts: 16
- Joined: Sun Feb 26, 2006 6:42 pm
- Location: Tampere, Finland
Tippster wrote:I have access to a very good scale in a chemistry lab. Even that is only accurate to +/- 0.02g
Well, my faculty has a scale that is accurate to +/- 0.0002g.
Perhaps I should use it for weighing bike parts..
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- Joined: Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:01 pm
- Location: mpls, mn
Ultimate makes 2 models, and would be curious if either is 'up to snuff' for weighing and recording for WW.
They have a 10kg (10g increment) hanging scale designed to fit into a standard bike work stand, and also a 3kg (1g increment) table top version as shown above.
Hanging: http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/14261- ... -Scale.htm
TableTop: http://www.pricepoint.com/detail.htm?st ... rice=49.98
What are your thoughts?? Do you think these would be reliable/accurate? Does WW have a list of recommended or approved consumer scales somewhere?
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- Joined: Fri Apr 07, 2006 5:56 pm
- Location: Chicago
The ultimates are fine...a little pricey but get the job done. Personally any small cheap tabletop from eBay is good. That's where I got mine but I plan on picking up the hanging one.