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Old 05-06-04, 08:06 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I just want to make one suggestion no matter what dealer you use for your scale. Buy a scale that has a low maximum capacity. What I mean by this is pick a scale that goes up to 500 grams and no higher if all you are doing is weighing crested geckos. Scales that can weigh heavier items are better at weighing heavy items but aren't very good at weighing low weight items. This is only true for digital scales. Example, my vet's scale goes up to 2 kg. He gets a reading 1 gram different than my .5 kg scale. It might not seem like a lot but my geckos are only about 5 grams.
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