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Weighing and Postage help?

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CalumUK2y, 8m agoPosted 2 years, 8 months ago
Got a lot of stuff to get sold over the next couple of days but im unsure about the postage.

Can anyone tell me the most accurate way to weigh the stuff I want to sell?


Don't sell often so looking for some help :)
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CalumUK2y, 8m agoPosted 2 years, 8 months ago
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greg_68 4 Likes #1
Scales?
AJ73 2 Likes #2
I use kitchen weighing scales :)
The Fox#3
Royal Mail
as said previously a set of scales,
Try the scales to see if they are accurate, i.e put a bag of sugar, flour, cheese anything that you think the weight on the item is correct and see if your scales are true.
csimanbanned#4
Can anyone tell me the most accurate way to weigh the stuff I want to sell?

apart from the obvious (scales), what answer did you expect to receive? oO
deeky 3 Likes #5
Good God.
Joss#6
A better website (far simpler) is this one:

Seajays
JohnR5319#7
Set of kitchen scales and the 30/04/12 Royal Mail 'our prices' leaflet.
CalumUK#8
csiman
Can anyone tell me the most accurate way to weigh the stuff I want to sell?

apart from the obvious (scales), what answer did you expect to receive? oO

Didn't know how accurately kitchen scales would be weighing clothes etc.
csimanbanned#9
CalumUK
csiman
Can anyone tell me the most accurate way to weigh the stuff I want to sell?

apart from the obvious (scales), what answer did you expect to receive? oO


Didn't know how accurately kitchen scales would be weighing clothes etc.

very accurate if you buy some decent digital ones that measure to the gramme. Argos mechanical ones wont cut it.

Edited By: csiman on Jul 04, 2012 16:16

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