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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyp View Post
    Geophys, did you have to calibrate them before use? How easy was it?.
    these seem to be great for what I am intending using them for and the price is great. The others mentioned worry me because they are so cheap!.....I don't mind buying cheap but sometimes you can buy too cheap and end up buying again.
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    most of the mini digital ones tend to be self calibrating and are usually very easy to calibrate, however it's always worth getting a small set of calibrating weights to check against.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=a9_as...qid=1453122887

    Calibration weights can get v expensive (depending on how accurate the weight is certified to and how well made they are) but as a general check that your scales are being consistent (which in this instance is the more important factor) they don't have to break the bank.

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