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No More Excess, Advanced Digital Luggage Scale (rrp £14.99) £9.20 delivered @ Amazon

£9.20 @ Amazon
5 stars from 184 customer reviews...(sold directly by Amazon) Extremely accurate to 50g (most other luggage scales are only accurate to 100g at best), and weighing only 175grams, the scale is compa… Read More
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5 stars from 184 customer reviews...(sold directly by Amazon)

Extremely accurate to 50g (most other luggage scales are only accurate to 100g at best), and weighing only 175grams, the scale is compact enough to take away on your trip without adding to your baggage weight worries
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#1
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#2
Got some cheaper ones from Dealextreme a year back for the equivalent of about £6 delivered. Used them many times and they are accurate enough.
#3
I guess it's a must buy if you regularly travel and you pack alot, when you think about how much the charges cost if you are over this pays for itself!
#4
how much more accurate can we get from this than the analog version sold at £2.50 on fleabay?

just asking before spending £7 more
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nuabdi
how much more accurate can we get from this than the analog version sold at £2.50 on fleabay?

just asking before spending £7 more


No more accurate, however the strap in the picture looks good.

I have some from eBay, and it has a hook and and it can be an issue finding ways of attaching them to some items.
#6
Bought a hook one once - used it only twice and it totally fell apart - giving this one a go. Thanks op.
#7
Similar (easier to hold?) item available from instore/poundstretcher for £9.99 if that is handier for anyone.

Voting hot due to the rip off fees - if you can't get/take one of these with you, pack a jettison bag inside your case (anything worth <£6 per kilo) & find a disused check-in desk, weigh the case & decide if your £1 for 300ml (roughly 300g) shampoo goes in the bin.
#8
Pick up your bag, go onto scales - minus your normal weight - hooray
#9
Yeah, but you can take these scales with you on holiday!
#10
Bought this with a case a couple months ago from Amazon. Used on a trip around Europe with friends. It was invaluable. With 5 of us traveling we were able to weight our bags on each leg of the journey (many purchases!) and then shuffle the weight around to stay within our individual allowance if necessary. Was very accurate.. Saved us a lot of hassle and expense. Recommended!
#11
I purchased one of these a couple of weeks ago but never thought to enter it on here as a deal. :oops: very good scales and simple to use.. the only negative for them is the metal lifting loop is quite small..only big enough to get a couple of fingers in so you have to have a couple of strong fingers to lift 20kg. however you can loop i tie through or something similar if your fingers aren't up to it.
#12
Money grabbing airlines are getting tighter all the time regarding excess baggage. Can be difficult checking weight prior to return journey. Good deal, heat added, one ordered - Thanks....
#13
half the price on ebay for same ones
#14
We just picked up a nice set of old fashioned analogue travel scales (also helpful with washing loads) for £2.99 from one of those cheap high street book chains. (The works)

As I'm packing currently for a trip it's come in very useful bearing in mind the contradictory assurances we had from Inghams ski holidays ... just on the phone to them now actually. apparantly our flight weights changed & therefore people are being charged excess carriage to be payed on the outward leg of the journey, & "claimed" back, we would instantly be charged £90 for our excess...
Weights & bags allowed differ from time of booking to issue of tickets...
so yes these are ruddy useful.
Ultimately when travelling, pack light & research a good Launderette (not self service) for the area you are visiting, this way you are not dragging too much weight at either end, we pack for 7 days ski-ing (actually off for 3 weeks.
For anyone going to Banff theres a great Launderette (very reasonable) wash & fold service for around $14 Canadian (based on last years prices) ..located in the main mall, so we charge around then pick up late in the evening, works a treat, & clean clothes to come home with too.
#15
dgoulston
half the price on ebay for same ones


item number please?
#16
dgoulston
half the price on ebay for same ones


I couldn't find 'em! :oops: LINK PLEASE! :thumbsup:
#17
I went skiing recently and had one of those anologue ones! Not happy as it was out by 2-3kgs. Pulled loads of items out to come into 15 kg allowance, not much considering I had my ski boots in there as well.
#18
wow they went quick.. lol. they gone from ebay.. sold out.

I borought this one:Item number: 360240056625
£3.58 posted,
Net weight: 97g so weight less than the others..
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dgoulston
wow they went quick.. lol. they gone from ebay.. sold out.

I borought this one:Item number: 360240056625
£3.58 posted,
Net weight: 97g so weight less than the others..


Its not the same product. Gone for this one anyway at £2.94, Item number: 170439044940

Cheapest I could find.
#20
I brought one of these from robert dyas last year and it cost me £15! this is deffo a good deal and well worth the money as it is more or less accurate. As I travel to africa alot it helps not needing to empty most of my bags when I get to the airport and it is very portable to carry i just slip into my handbag
#21
Bought one of these two weeks ago in a local B&M shop (Pound type shop) for £1. 98p - great little gadget and apears very accurate :whistling:
#22
Randomly I saw about 6 of these in my local TK MAXX for a fiver, almost bought them for weighing fish.
No pictures hence hitching on the end of this thread.
#23
Bought one of these a while back, and can recommend them. If it saves you one excess baggage charge its been well worth it. My well-travelled mother liked it so much that she "borrowed" mine, so I'm in the market for a replacement. Heat.
#24
Or you could just weigh yourself with scales at home, then weigh yourself holding the suitcase. The difference is the weight of the suitcase. Save yourself a bitta money. Simples!
#25
-frosty-;8056761
Or you could just weigh yourself with scales at home, then weigh yourself holding the suitcase. The difference is the weight of the suitcase. Save yourself a bitta money. Simples!


Then take an extra suitcase with you to carry your scales in so you can repeat the process for coming home...what a great idea! :whistling:
#26
this should be unexpired as in stock at £9.01.
#27
guv
Do you take your scales on holiday with you? (Or do you leave your luggage overseas?) :roll:


well said lmao

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