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Old 12-31-2013, 01:42 AM   #3
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I would advise against digital. Needs batteries, and can malfunction. In fact I bought a digital scale from Amazon first and when I got it, scale no worky.

So I got this one.
http://www.scalesonline.com/p/1197/e...ado-dial-scale
Works great, shiny and good looking, 5 g. increments, and will work forever.

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