Reddit Reddit reviews Smart Weigh SWS100 Elite Series Digital Pocket Scale, Digital Gram and Ounce Scale, Food Scale, Jewelry/Medicine Scale, Kitchen Scale 100 grams by 0.01 grams, Black

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Smart Weigh SWS100 Elite Series Digital Pocket Scale, Digital Gram and Ounce Scale, Food Scale, Jewelry/Medicine Scale, Kitchen Scale 100 grams by 0.01 grams, Black
Features -Unique pocket scale was crafted to be strong, durable, and pocket-size for many of your portable weighing needs, such as food, tablets, powder, gemstones, coins, jewelry, gold, or silver.Functions -Designed to make your weighing tasks convenient and efficient. You can use the tare function to determine the net weight of any product by subtracting the weight of your bowl.Design - Its tactile easy touch buttons, large size digits, and stark contrast LCD blue backlight display, make the measurements easy to read. The scale’s platform measures 2.5 x 3.0 inches.Measurements - Includes all the necessary unit measurements for easy weight translations: gram, ounces, grain, and carat. Set the scale to your desired measurements by pressing the mode buttonAccuracy - Weighs a capacity of 100g in increments of 0.01g. Manufactured with high precision sensors to ensure accurate weight readings. You can use the scale’s protective cover as a weighing tray.
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60 Reddit comments about Smart Weigh SWS100 Elite Series Digital Pocket Scale, Digital Gram and Ounce Scale, Food Scale, Jewelry/Medicine Scale, Kitchen Scale 100 grams by 0.01 grams, Black:

u/A-Void-Dance · 19 pointsr/saplings

You'll want to get yourself a cheap gram scale to weigh out your buys.

That weed looks good to me. Enjoy!

u/I_smell_like_bacon · 10 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

> Namely 1mL, 5mL, and 20mL syringes.

Get a scale instead. No dicking around washing syringes or accidentally contaminating your flavor concentrates. I use this one currently listed for $19.99 CAN (no idea what that translates to in limey currency). Then bookmark or get this app

u/visibl3ghost · 6 pointsr/canadaguns

And ditch the OEM scale that comes with the kit, go for this or this. A digital scale makes weighing your charges much easier and quicker.

Notice how they're exactly the same thing as the Hornady or Frankford Arsenal, except for fall less $$. Everything nowadays comes out of the same factories in the East, and resellers just slap their label on and charge whatever they think their targets are willing to pay. '

I personally got that Smart Weigh and it works great.

u/tutters1 · 6 pointsr/DNMUK

This bad boy has always done the job for me. I've used it to weigh small amounts of MDMA and Ketamine (50-150mg) and it's worked a treat. I'm pretty sure this is the go-to scale for every fucker ever haha.

u/j1mdan1els · 4 pointsr/Coffee

This is an almost impossible question to answer correctly. It's right up there with the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow.

You really need to weigh both beans and water to be absolutely sure of ratios. The weight of different beans vary and change more depending on their roast so, even if you can be sure you're replicating the volume of beans every time, you can't be sure you're getting the same weight of beans just using a tablespoon.

I'm not trying to be "that guy" but if you want to keep your ratios absolutely correct each time then a decent scale is the only way to go. The Hario is great for a Chemex and has a built in timer or you can just go for a cheap pocket scale. Note: both links are lifted straight from Amazon just to illustrate - shop around for prices.

u/Fuck_knows_anything · 3 pointsr/DNMUK
u/kwaaaaaaaaa · 3 pointsr/radiocontrol

Those are actually pretty extreme pitches if it is correct. Usually around +/- 13 both pitch direction is the norm. +23 should definitely give you lift, so check if there's any main gear slippage during throttle. Hold the rotor head and try to rotate the main gear by hand. It should rotate one direction but not the other way (or else you have a one-way bearing slip). If you have an outrunner motor, hold the motor and rotate the gear to see if there's any slip (or you may have pinion/gear slip).

This is not related to the lift, but to the vibrations. Definitely balance your blades, I recommend a cheap micro scale like this one. It'll save SO much frustration in the long run, because vibrations make the beastx wonky sometimes. Also make sure you have a good dampening adhesive pad when mounting the beastx (like the 3M foam stuff works well). Lastly, don't zip tie the servo cables too closely to the beastx, it causes oscillations/vibrations that transfer to the beastx. Give it like 2 or 3 inches of slack.

u/BlendsAreMyFriends · 3 pointsr/kratom

Which weighs more a pound of lead or a pound of feathers. There are several reasons why volume and weight are different. Moisture content and fineness or coarseness of grind will affect the volume to weight ratio.

Here is a good scale from two sources for less than $15.00. In store pickup from walmart saves shipping charges.

u/LuckyBahamut · 3 pointsr/espresso

You're welcome to copy a spreadsheet I made that calculates different solution proportions depending on your desired hardness. It uses the recipes developed by Matt Perger/Barista Hustle.


  • Distilled/RO water or ZeroWater (do not use deionized water!)
  • Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate)
  • Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)
  • A scale with 0.01g precision (like this one)
  • Liquid dropper, pipette, or syringe
  • 2 - 1 L bottles (to store your concentrates)
  • 1 - 1 gallon jug (to store/mix your water)
u/103857747181019173 · 3 pointsr/shrooms

I def understand that struggle. You can some pretty good ones for cheap on Amazon

u/lestermagneto · 3 pointsr/Vapistan

That's what I am waiting for buddy, to wait to see if they have a sale, but even without, 50$ for all that is a great deal, and RamboUnchained and some others who know what they are talking about I assume and whatnot were commenting on that deal etc, so pretty confident with the idea of buying that kit!

btw: u/eyemakepizza: I was told this scale:

which can be found for 10-11$ on sale is just fine.... thoughts? or anyone else have thoughts on that ? I don't know crap yet, just gone get ready to toe dip on this, and obviously want to minimize the startup hit... but if a 49$kit, a 12$ scale, and I'm in the game and trying, .... just seems like the right thing to do....

u/batman139451 · 2 pointsr/DNMUK
u/WexDex · 2 pointsr/kratom

Actually this one wasn't the one that was on sale for $7 since that one only reads to 1 decimal place :/ I spend a dollar more to get the one that reads to 2 decimal places :)

here's a link to the scale that I purchased

u/nanometric · 2 pointsr/Pizza

>I have also seen baker ratios on posts. Is it a good idea to familiarize myself in how this works? depends. If you want to make the best possible pizza, and/or you plan make pizza frequently, then by all means you need to learn how to work w/baker's percentages. You will need scales; ideally two of them: a kitchen scale with 1-gram resolution (and at least 10 lb or so max. capacity) to measure the bulk of the weight (flour and water) and a jeweler's scale to measure dry yeast and perhaps salt or oil (depending on the recipe). The larger scale will also be used to dial in the doughball size for your pizzas. A dough calculator is also essential, which will enable you to make exactly the right amount of dough for your desired pizza size(s) and number of pies. A few sample calculators are listed on the r/Pizza homepage: right sidebar, under "Dough and Sauce"

If you are not looking to make a specific style to begin with, I suggest starting with Chicago thin crust. This style is very easy to work with due to the relatively low-hydration dough (usually around 50%) and simplicity of forming the crust (rolled it out with a rolling pin).


Two recipes for Chicago thin crust: the first one quite simple, the second a bit more advanced.


The scales I use:

Good luck in your pizza quest!

u/redbeard1083 · 2 pointsr/DIY_eJuice

but based on the limitation of the 100g max of the scale, you won't be able to make 100+ml bottles (bottle + 100ml of liquid = greater than 100g) so keep that in mind. also saw a good protip in the comments that says using 20 nickels to calibrate it works as each nickel is exactly 5g.

u/Boss_McAwesome · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

For your next brew, get a 100g scale, they are pretty cheap; just makes amazon think you are a drug dealer.

u/disposable_UK · 2 pointsr/MDMA

You don't need scales to 3 decimal places... something like this will be sufficient

u/just_any_old_user · 2 pointsr/kratom

Here is the one I got. .

u/Redditor11 · 2 pointsr/Drugs

That seems like the best compromise. Looking around online, it seems like there's not a great all-in-one solution. I haven't looked at scales for bud, but that looks way easier. You can't really go wrong as accuracy isn't a huge deal, and all of the higher rated ones on amazon look pretty good. Sorry I can't help more. Only suggestion I have is (I know it sounds obvious) to get one that reads down to 0.01g. I told my girlfriend to buy a scale to weigh our bud on one time and she bought a fucking envelope scale that weighs 1g minimum and was always off by a couple grams. Completely useless.

This one would probably be my choice if I was buying after some quick searching. Best reviewed one on amazon that isn't over $20 (which really isn't necessary when weighing such large amounts unless you just want a nice scale).

Edit: I would really recommend picking up some weigh boats too. Makes it easier to keep bud and all of its stickiness inside since the larger scales don't come with a metal boat. You can always clean the scale off, but the boats are like $6 for 100. Here's one listing. That's a lot more useful for powders though, so you might not need them if you're getting a dedicated powder scale too. Definitely a luxury and not a necessity.

u/Munkzi · 2 pointsr/DIY_eJuice

Hm.. I wouldn't recommend them. When I first got into DIY a few months ago. I bought their large starter pack that contained the bases a few concentrates and syringes etc.
Also purchased a very dark coloured nic from them.

Nothing wrong with their product but you could find better quality and cheaper elsewhere.

Kind of regret my purchase with them as I no longer touch any of it.

Here i'll list where I source my DIY stuff.

u/M57TU2D30 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I use this scale, which fits under there to weigh my output.

u/Sukrim · 2 pointsr/tea

I have a cocaine precision pocket scale similar to that is great for all sorts of finer measurements and reproducing stuff (1 tea spoon now != 1 tea spoon the next time), especially when cooking with spices or mixing them. No need to mess with "scoops" or wondering how large the spoons of other people are - 3g of tea, 150ml of 60°C water and 2 minutes of waiting and I know I can have the consistently great tea I had yesterday today as well.

You anyways have only a couple variables (if you brew the same tea with the same water):
Amount of tea
Amount of water
Water temperature
Brewing time

I'd recommend starting at some general temperatures (white: 50-70°, green 60-80°, oolong 70-90°, black/red 80-100°) and relatively short steeping times, maybe with quite small batches so you can experiment more. Once you found your sweet spot (tasty but not too bitter or too watery) use this to brew your perfect tea from then on. :)

As your kettle seems to already be able to fix water temperature and you'll probably use about the same amount of water, you can start experimenting with brewing time and tea amount first - if you don't get any results you like, maybe try a hotter or colder preset.

u/INTERNET_SO_FUCK_YOU · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Been DIYing for just over a year now. You don't need syringes, and you don't need that fancy scale. You can get a smaller scale from eBay/Amazon for about $10, just make sure it goes to 0.01 accuracy.

u/officeboy · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing
u/SR_TEXAS · 2 pointsr/saplings

Just as I thought, it does look like 3g to me. The quality isn't super but it's pretty solid, pretty good for a first buy.

>The orange bits and the fuzziness are usually good signs, right?

Usually yes, the fuzziness is more important though.

If you plan on buying frequently in the future, you may want to invest in a $10 Scale from amazon. Happy toking!

u/mikedidthis · 2 pointsr/ECR_UK
u/DarthStrakh · 2 pointsr/weed

Yeah that looks to be about a gram. It really depends on the strain. Seriously man, buy a scale. They are like $10 on amazon for a pocket scale accurate to +/- .01g

u/NoxiousDogCloud · 1 pointr/canadaguns

$16 same manufacturer and it's the same scale Horandy slaps their name on and charges $30-50 for.

pocket scale

u/TomHanksDied · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

Yeah all of them do. Great company with fast shipping.

u/Frackenbrau · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

Here. It works Great. Can also calibrate it with scale weights

u/kliman · 1 pointr/canadaguns

I don't see a scale in there, so I assume you are using the dipper that it came with.
I would very much recommend an upgrade to a small scale like this. I weighed a bunch of tests with the dipper and they were off by enough that I'm sure you'd see it in your groups.

u/anders1319 · 1 pointr/Salvia

Oops, my bad- it was this one:

even with this, the accuracy was not great, and got inconsistent results

u/vansc14 · 1 pointr/todayilearned

if you're thinking about doing this, do your research into microdosing. lots of possible interactions with other drugs and you need to know about how to have a safe,enjoyable trip and what to do in the event of a bad trip.

invest in a cheap electric coffee grinder, a microscale and some empty gel capsules (size 0 hold 0.1g perfectly). all of this should set you back max like $50.

heres what I use


then just have to find a mush dealer. mush isnt very commonly laced with anything because its a mushroom, but i would still get a trustworthy source. or you can try your hand at growing them at home, there are sites that sell spores and such but that shit is kinda complicated but then you would know your supply is safe

u/DeathKoil · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use this one for my DIY Juice. I made 9 120ml bottles today with it. I measure each flavor by weight using the tare function, and when all that's left to add is VG, I no longer need the scale for that so 100g max is plenty. I've had it about two years.

It's half the price of the one that OP linked, and in my testing using weights, its crazy accurate. Just make sure you don't use the included batteries. Lots of reports of them leaking and ruining the scale. I put in some name brand batteries and the scale has been fine.

Edit: all that said, OP did link a fantastic scale that is highly recommended on /r/diy_eliquid

u/marcofu · 1 pointr/ECR_UK

These scales have done me well so far Smart Weigh Digital Pocket Scale 100 x 0.01g - Black

u/-SuckMacaque- · 1 pointr/kratom

That's just a shitty scale. You aren't doing anything wrong.

Buy this one

u/Andrew619 · 1 pointr/MDMA

You can get a scale for really cheap on amazon

u/ChristOnABiscuit · 1 pointr/Kratomm
u/Malari_Zahn · 1 pointr/KratomKorner

Oooh man, I have lupus and fibro, so I understand pain! Kratom has been awesome for my pain relief!

I just realized that I didn't talk about dosing. I use gel caps since the taste of kratom is awful. I buy my [gel caps] ( on Amazon - and that's where I got my [capping machine] ( as well. I use a [micro scale] ( to weigh mine, but [this chart] ( is pretty accurate.

I know a lot of people do the "toss and wash" method, or just mix the kratom in orange juice or yogurt. I've tried those, and it was a waste of my kratom, as I couldn't keep it down (the taste is just that bad, lol).

So, for me, I have a very low tolerance for meds and drugs and only need to dose about 1.2 to 1.4 grams (that's 2 capsules). I would suggest starting at 2 grams and seeing how you feel. If you need more pain relief after 20 minutes or so, I'd take another gram. Wait another 20 minutes and wash, rinse, repeat. 😉

Kratom can be a bit harsh on my stomach, so I make sure I have a little food in me before I take it. Feel free to PM me if you have any other questions!

u/LawAvoidingCitizen · 1 pointr/DNMUK

£25 is a bit steep. I use these and they're fine, £8:-

u/forneins · 1 pointr/Silverbugs

This is the scale I use.
It claims accuracy to 0.01g but its probably more like 0.03g. It's good enough. To get a really good scale you will need a Japanese brand like Tanita which will cost at least 5x more.

u/I_Yoyoma_I · 1 pointr/Coffee
  1. NOT this one:
  2. Hmm?
  3. No. Different coffees have different densities. So some coffees will rise to the top and some will fall to the bottom. If you're really, really particular, you'd aim to have all of your coffee at the bottom, or all of it at the top (because then all of your grounds would be the same density, leading to consistent extraction from all of your grounds). If it bothers you, you could stir the crust after 15-30 seconds. At that point, most of the gas has escaped from the beans, and you'll get to extract more from the grounds (actually, that point is one of the doubts I still have about James Hoffman's technique, which I find odd generally).
  4. Hoffman wants you to grind finer.
  5. I don't know about subscriptions, but Piccolo in Montreal is a wonderful shop.
  6. For espresso, Chef Tips has a fantastic series: For coffee:
u/mrcriter · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

I stopped using syringes and pipettes. It took too long to mix a bunch of different flavors. I measure by weight now using a .01 gram scale ($11 on Amazon). Any of the flavors that I purchase that don't have a drip tip or dropper, I just move them into a 5ml dripper bottle.
These are my favorite 5ml bottles I've come across:

u/middlemanmark · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice - these ones. I think they're the UK equivalent of yours. I've seen people mention weighing the pipettes rather than using the ml scale.

u/Mrbman11999 · 1 pointr/StonerEngineering

bruh a scale from amazon is <$20

u/TheHotCoco · 1 pointr/trees

> I don't have a scale, can't necessarily afford one (they are very overpriced at our headshop.).

If you can afford cannabis, you can afford a scale

Look for one with at least 0.01 resolution (The ones at Walmart usually just go down to .1g). This one looks good and has decent reviews

u/BioKram · 1 pointr/Silverbugs

Definitely get a scale if you don't have one already. I recommend this one.

It's a good little scale that you can carry around with you. It'll weigh up to 100 grams so wouldn't be very useful for large stuff but if you wanted to check the weight of coins or other small stuff it should do you just fine.

EDIT: Oh, I should add, pick up some silver testing acid. It's a destructive test but if you are really uncomfortable or really unsure then this is definitely the way to find out if it's real or not.

Definitely research ways to tell if something is real or not and never settle for one test. Do three different tests on it to be sure. Best advice though, if your still uncomfortable after the tests or at any point, just walk away.

u/somniferumphile · 1 pointr/PoppyTea

Here is the scale I currently use. I like puns, so couldn't resist, and it's also cheap and accurate.