I’m no longer in the dark. Not that I’m anyone at being exact, It is nice to know how much of something I’m taking. This thing is so exact it belongs in Harvard Ha! Ha! I still operate on the hunt and peck but nice to be able to convert when I’m trying to tell someone else.
The scale is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but you don’t want to keep it there. Place on a hard safe surface for if it isn’t balanced the display will be UNSF which says “I’m not going to give accurate readings until I’m more secure.”
It has four settings
ozt - Troy Ounce
ct - Carat for all those diamonds you plan to weigh
dwt - Pennyweight which went out of official use in the United Kingdom in 1878 replaced by the Troy Ounce. But still needed for conversation reasons I guess.
gn - Grain which is an old never used pharmacology weight but everyone has to convert to it.
The machine also comes with a handout which includes a table of weight equivalents.
It is a nicely designed machine made with plastic and metal. Very tiny fits in a shirt pocket if shirts are still made with pockets.
I was amazed
I found a small tray to hold the capsules because they easily roll off the metal scale. I now know how much of something I’m taking. My capsule making isn’t pro and each capsuleI I make is off by a .00 something but who would know its so small. This is neat and make it just that much more beneficial and fun.