accuracy of 0.005 percent, and a display resolution of 10 grams or 0.02 lbs.
(If you must get down to the gram, check out Ultimate Support’s Table Top Scale, as it reads in one gram increments with a maximum capacity of 3 kg or 6.6 lbs.)
The Alpine Scale reads in both pounds and kilograms and has a tare function, allowing the weight of a bag or bucket to be automatically zeroed out. Great when weighing objects that don’t hang well from the scale’s attached vinyl coated hook.
And speaking of the sticky stuff, the body of the Alpine Scale is protected by a sturdy rubber covering which enhances the durability of this shop friendly unit.
The Alpine Scale can be clamped by the grips of a bike stand in the same way a seat-post is secured, or hung from a secure fixture. Then, carefully load the item to be weighed and read the results.
I was quickly impressed by the Alpine Scale’s ease of use and accuracy, and now find it quite interesting to compare the weights of bikes and wheels in comparison to performance.
After a summer of use, I am happy to report that no matter what the object of your weight fetish may be, the Alpine Scale will keep you satisfied, all for an affordable $60.