- Keeping a suitable calibration weight on hand will allow you to periodically test your scale for accuracy. We recommend keeping the calibration weight stored with your scale so you can perform this check if required.
- Do not exceed the scales maximum capacity.
- Avoid exposure to extreme heat or cold. Scales perform best at room temperature. If temperatures have changed dramatically, recalibration may be necessary.
- Calibration and adjustment are performed at the factory. While recalibration is not generally necessary, it can be performed with the correct weight by following the instructions included with your scale.
- Before performing calibration, allow your scale to warm up for 30 - 60 seconds.
- Store your scale in a clean, dry location. Dust, dirt, and moisture can accumulate on the weighing sensors and electronics causing innaccuracy or malfunction.
- Always weigh on a flat and level surface free from vibration and drafts. The corner of a room is usually the most stable.
- Gently apply items to be weighed. Do not drop items onto the weighing platform.
- Avoid dropping your scale. Warranty does not cover physical damage or overloading.
- Check the batteries first if you are having any trouble with your scale. This simple step can remedy many scale issues.
Max. Capacity: 20 grams
Readability: 0.001 grams
Overall Size: 65mm x 115mm
Tray Size: 35mm diameter
Weighs In: g/ct/gn/dwt
Power: 4 x AAA batteries (included)
Calibration Weight: 2 x 10g (included)
Warranty: 10 years with manufacturer / 30 days with NZ Retailer