Balanzza Digital Luggage Scales was £19.99 now only £19.99 (WOW!) @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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I couldn't resist posting this. So is it deal or no deal?! :-)
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http://i44.tinypic.com/idua1c.jpg
#2
Wow offer of the year!
#3
I know! I even tried to get a shop assistant to explain the rules of the offer for me :-) LOL
Photos taken in Great Portland Street Maplin.
#4
HOT I've got an old one of these. This is great, you just aim it at the luggage in question and it displays it's weight. Mines only in imperial so may have to pop down to Maplins for the new imperial/metric version! :thumbsup:
#5
No one better aim it at me then, my weight would break it! :-D:thumbsup:
#6
Yeah ,right ,......................it works by ultrasonic . I have the commercial version ,I once aimed it a passing tank and the display read 55 tons . Spot on !
#7
Excellent deal - I nearly went for it at £19.99 but am so glad I waited - will have to snap one up for £19.99 :-D

aztech
HOT I've got an old one of these. This is great, you just aim it at the luggage in question and it displays it's weight. Mines only in imperial so may have to pop down to Maplins for the new imperial/metric version! :thumbsup:


You point it at the luggage? What do you mean you point it at the luggage? You don't even actually pick the bag up?:w00t:
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#9
try buying fishing scales look the same but are a lot cheaper
#10
aztech
HOT I've got an old one of these. This is great, you just aim it at the luggage in question and it displays it's weight. Mines only in imperial so may have to pop down to Maplins for the new imperial/metric version! :thumbsup:


It isn't April 1st, is it? cos i believed every word until I c hecked Amazon and this is what they describe Manufacturer's Description
Balanzza is the innovative, easy to use digital luggage scale which allows travellers to quickly and easily check their luggage weight, so there are no nasty surprises at check-in. Simply place your bag or suitcase on the strap and lift from the ground until the beep sounds. The weight will then be clearly displayed on the screen, ready for you to start your travels secure in the knowledge you’re not going to incur extra costs before you’ve even left the UK! The Balanzza is compact, lightweight and weighs in both kilograms and pounds up to 44kg (100lbs), far exceeding any airline baggage allowance. It has a large easy-read digital display, strong handle and is accurate to within 0.1 kilograms.
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How original....
#12
(wow!)
#13
Mrs.Z;5656957
You point it at the luggage? What do you mean you point it at the luggage? You don't even actually pick the bag up?:w00t:

:thumbsup:

budley;5657608
It isn't April 1st, is it? cos i believed every word until I c hecked Amazon and this is what they describe Manufacturer's Description
Balanzza is the innovative, easy to use digital luggage scale which allows travellers to quickly and easily check their luggage weight, so there are no nasty surprises at check-in. Simply place your bag or suitcase on the strap and lift from the ground until the beep sounds. Theweight will then be clearly displayed on the screen, ready for you to start your travels secure in the knowledge you’re not going to incur extra costs before you’ve even left the UK! The Balanzza is compact, lightweight and weighs in both kilograms and pounds up to 44kg (100lbs), far exceeding any airline baggage allowance. It has a large easy-read digital display, strong handle and is accurate to within 0.1 kilograms.


Sorry! was just having a laugh. Didn't for a second think anyone would take it seriously :oops:
I just stand on the bathroom scales without and then with luggage. Airport scales are always off anyway. Wouldn't buy it for £20, perhaps for £5 to take on holiday for the return flight.
#14
I think I saw this also.. hmm

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