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Digital Pocket Scale $29.74 Delivered (Was $59.99) @ E-Store AU via Amazon AU

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Perfect for those awkward moments when you wish you could carry a scale but feel like a goober because you don't have one.

【HIGH ACCURACY】 Disenkelubo digital pocket kitchen scale built with high precision sensor system, provides you with instant and accurate results from 0.03g to 200g. Easy to clean and use, guarantee you an accurate weighing reading.
【6 DIFFERENT MEASUREMENTS】 The mini food scale includes all the necessary unit measurements for easy weight translations, convert measurement between in g/oz/ozt/dwt/ct/gn in seconds. Convenient for you to choose the proper unit by pressing the mode button.
【ACCOMPANIED BY 50G CALIBRATION WEIGHT】 Easy to recalibrate to ensure accurate, It is crafted to be strong, durable, and pocket-size for many of your portable weighing needs, such as food, tablets, powder, gemstones, coins, jewelry, gold, etc. What a useful pocket scale!
【INTELLIGENT INDICATION】 The cooking scale can alert users for low battery power, overload, and uneven surface placement. Auto-off after 180 seconds of inactivity, which helps to preserve battery power and efficiency.
【COMPACT DESIGN & BACK-LIT】The clamshell design can better protect the weighing surface. Minimalistic and compact design (Product Dimensions: 3" x 5" x 3/4") make it a portable pocket scale to take everywhere. Large LCD backlit display, digital display is larger and easier to read. If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, please feel free to contact us, we provide 100% Money Back and ONE YEAR Guarantee. Please enjoy this absolutely risk-free purchase right now!

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  • +15 votes

    Why would I carry a digital scale? Unless I am dealing with micro level narcotic transactions…

    • +6 votes

      Then you just need a deal on tiny zip lock baggies

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      its to weight your pockets…

  • +3 votes

    Dont be that person who weigh the food at restaurants

    • +1 vote

      never thought of that.
      great idea to see if we are getting what we paid for

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        Instagram fitness influencers do that. And they also carry stevia liquid sweetners with them

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      Really hate with a passion seeing food (meals) being weighed before being served.

  • +4 votes

    Honestly, I am trying to think of a use for this aside from drug dealing. Anyone got any suggestions before I just assume this is for drug dealers?

    • +13 votes

      I use one to weigh up drugs* every day, although I'm not a dealer.

      *In the form of roasted coffee beans.

      • +7 votes

        weighing jewelry to work out 'street value'

        that's about it

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      If you only think these are for drug dealing maybe you don't need it for anything else.

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      Weighing coffee (dosing and output) - although preferably one with timer function as well

      And jewellery apparently (the ones I use for coffee are actually sold as jewellery scales). Presumably for weighing metals, etc.

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        Any recommendations for coffee scales?

        • +3 votes

          I haven’t really looked at scales for a while, but for a cheap option, I see the Weightman (and variants of) recommended frequently. Then you have stuff like the Brewista, to fancy ones like the Acacia Lunar, etc.

          The two I have are just random ebay/AliExpress jewellery scales (bought years ago). Neither of them have a timer function (I use my smartwatch for time).

          Mine are basically like these (they come in various weight capacity and accuracy):
          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/500g-x-0-1g-0-01g-Balance-Electr...
          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Electronic-Pocket-Mini-Digital-J...

          I think one of mine is 2kg/0.1g, and the other is 500g/0.01g. Or something like that.

    • +15 votes

      I carry one every time I go to the shops. That way when cucumbers are 99c each, I can find out which one weighs the most. It's surprisingly difficult to gauge weight by sight when considering girth v length.

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        Haha That was a good one:P

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        Isn't that why they have those scales in the stores, to find out which 2kg bag of potatoes is the heaviest? That was always how my housemaet and I used them.

        • +3 votes

          I think you misspelt housemeat.

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      I use a scales like this to weight coffee beans while at work or travelling. When I was buying it the Amazon “frequently bought with…” suggestion was a box of little baggies, which was quite funny. Also, airport security saw it while checking my bag, and then immediately got the drug swapping wand thing.

    • +1 vote

      I know people that buy up collectible card boxes, weigh the individual boosters to determine if there are any holographic cards (apparently weight more) and then sell the rest of the boosters online to maximise profits.

      Or go into stores and weigh the individual boosters.

      • +2 votes

        The same works for most blind bags I believe its big with the lego collectors

    • +1 vote

      If you collect those little boxes of collectible funko mystery mini at zing eb games you can weigh the boxes for the one you want. People post the weights online if you look around.

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      Weighing your trading card booster packs

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      These and others are used for calibrating weight of stylus cartridges.
      You can't really replace a cart and then set it up your tonearm without a digital scale going at least two decimal points. That's why there are so many on eBay.

    • +1 vote

      I used to use these scales to weigh Yugioh booster packs so I could tell which packets had foil cards. I would then sell the rubbish packets and good cards I pulled netting me a solid profit.

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      lol police will just need to track down IP's for people who upvoted the deal

    • +1 vote

      Maybe if you feeling hygiene conscious of the local scales at supermarkets and Co-ops I.e places that might sell milk powder or other powders, nuts, seeds, etc anything very granular really you can use your own instead of the shared scale.

      Off the top of my head I can see people using this to measure stuff at farmers markets or food co-ops.

      • cocoa powder
      • coffee
      • grains
      • seeds
      • nuts
      • herbs
      • those self serving candy places

      Just to name a few but yeah lots of items are bought in small quantities or a recipe might require very little of something.

      Maybe at work it would be handy for people that need to measure exact quantities of anything for whatever reason like a cleaner might want to measure 20mL of a liquid to add to water for cleaning etc instead of just blindly guessing.

      Or food prepping might require few grams of this to add to a recipe etc.

      It's not just for medication and narcotics.

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      I use them to mix up plant food that comes in powder form

  • +1 vote

    a lot of confectioners and pastrycooks use them

  • +2 votes

    Strict diet.

    • +1 vote

      One gram a day ! No carbs

  • -1 vote

    Those hydroponics plants are ready for harvest.

  • +1 vote

    Great for aspiring drug dealers!

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    $30 still too expensive, I bought one off eBay under $10 works perfect and up to 500g.

    Use it to measure vaping flavours, also weigh batteries to make sure there genuine

  • +3 votes

    These are great for weighing cannabis.

    • +8 votes

      *AFP creates case file on mmcc08…

      • +12 votes

        Didnt do a very good job then… that's not their username…

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          Hahahah, touché

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          And that's how the wrong person ends up with a wrong criminal record and conviction on their file.

  • +4 votes

    You guys are so judgemental, i use it to weight diamonds.

    • +4 votes

      blood diamonds??

  • -1 vote

    Maybe Amazon can provide the addresses of every buyer directly to AFP. War on drugs done 🙂

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      Most smart people have donkey addresses and ship to their junkie friends. I know of some people ordering sudafed a while ago. They would have around 40 diff addresses getting sent their "monthly allowance"

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    0.03g perfect to weigh my pen..

  • +1 vote

    Here for the comments

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    Same results with this one, half the price
    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07CV9ZYWY/ref=ppx_yo_d...
    prices have gone up recently, I got two of these $7 each

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    These aren’t necessarily just for drug dealers. A drug user may find these just as useful for responsibly weighing a single dosage of a particular drug. Given that 51% of Australians have admitted to using an illicit drug at least once in their lives I can see a broader market for such at item beyond just drug dealers.

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    I have one, very good for weighing jewelry at home

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    As seen on Master Cooked

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    Great for weighing coffee grinds