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American Weigh Balance Acp-200 balance numérique de poche, 200 par 0,01 g
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- Pèse jusqu'à 200 grammes en incréments de 0.01 gram
- Grande surface de pesée en acier inoxydable et facile à utiliser 4 bouton opération
- Couvercle de protection sert aussi un plateau d'extension
- Alimenté par 2 piles AAA (fournies)
- Bénéficie d'une puissante 10 ans de garantie
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Description du produit
AC pro-200 est une balance de poche durable et compact avec facile à utiliser quatre clé opération. L'écran LCD rétro-éclairé permet de rendre les chiffres visible et facile à lire. L'ingénieux couvercle de protection sert aussi un plateau d'extension robuste. Avec la surface de pesée en acier inoxydable lisse nettoyer est facile.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
For the sub $40 price, the performance out of the box was quite good. I purchased calibration weights (class M2) which showed as 0.15% error on the scale as calibrated at the factory. Not bad. The calibration process is easy and uses a 100 and 200 grams to calibrate this scale. After cal, the readings were typically +/- 0.02g, which is what is specified by the manufacturer. Weighing performance was quite good for such an inexpensive scale.
Size-wise, this unit is slightly bigger than my iPhone. The buttons have a nice "click" to them, so you know they're being pushed. They're also plenty big for fat fingered people. The scale reads in grams, dwt, gn, and ct. In English, thats, grams, pennyweight, grains, and carats. The only missing item is ounces. I guess they only care about those who buy drugs, load their own ammunition, and perhaps mix glue :) For me, that's a minor issue. The other item of interest is that this scale's main display always displays in grams. The sub-display can be changed to the other formats, or to use the counting feature of the scale. For me, i'm happy using grams all the time. If you need the other formats, know that you're stuck with the large digits always in grams. Yes, i said it twice :)
Couple other minor gripes... the plastic quality. The outside of the scale and the display are made of soft plastic and scratch easily. In fact, there were plenty of scratches on my new scale when it arrived. The clear plastic cover is actually foggy. The display is backlit, but could be brighter.
I bought the scale to have something compact and affordable to mix epoxy. It does that job extremely well. Not the prettiest thing out there, but for the money, i'm happy with my purchase. Not five stars happy, but four will do....
I have enlisted various pocket scales in my kitchen for 20 years to measure tea. I call them a Tea Scale (although they are not). The ACP-200 digital scale wins hands down as the best of several 200 by 0.01 Digital Pocket Gram Scales. Best of all; it is also the least expensive ($14.99). The scale sold by Upton Tea for instance, costs over $40.00 (with their postage), and is worthless.
The display is nicely back-lite with nearly half-inch numerals that are easily read for some without their reading glasses. It is so nice not having to fumble around for a pair of eyes before one makes their first (s)pot of tea. Love that.
Some use the plastic case, I, instead find it easier to weigh the curly tea leaves on a square of waxed paper, and then curl the paper into a cone shape to slide the loose tea into an infuser after weighing. Just an idea.
Recently, through disgust with cosmetic company's rip-off prices and chemical cocktails; I decided to make my own hyaluronic acid serum. It is not rocket science. Products sold in department stores for upwards of $100 per ounce, I learned can be made at home, literally for 30-CENTS per ounce without all the extra added allergens! However, to do so safely, I needed to accurately measure the acid powder to .30 grams. I ponder how much rare tea a huge savings like that in cosmetic waste will buy me.
~ It is so very empowering to thumb my nose at someone named Estee whose daughter I sent through college.
Lastly, I use this scale frequently for artisan baking. Bread: A Baker's Book of Techniques and Recipes and, Bread: A Baker's Book of Techniques and Recipes - Many bakers' scales are only accurate to within 2 grams and that is not precise enough. Routinely, a formula will require only 3 grams of yeast, or 18 grams of salt. The baker's scale I use would round up, or, round down 2 grams on such measurements. I can taste the difference in one gram of salt divided between 2 two-pound loaves of bread (believe it or not), after many years of dedicated baking experience.
Again, to those struggling with removing the plastic cover, try using a tiny square of waxed paper on the platform if it suits your application.
This is a great scale. I spend $15.00 on paper towels! I am more than pleased.