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    i need a scale to mesaure in the grams and mgs

    suggestions?

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    i got the one from 1fast400 for 25 dollars, works well so far
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2gcorey
    i got the one from 1fast400 for 25 dollars, works well so far
    not sure if this will work.

    "reads in precise 0.1gram"

    needs something that reads in mg's
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    that scale would not be advisable to be used as a mg scale
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    .1 grams is a 10 milligrams. Thats plenty accurate for transdermals. You only need the $100+ scale if measuring small quantities of methyls where you'd actually need to weigh out 1mg, etc.

    I got the Lucky 11 scale (non digital) for $12. The plate only holds 2-3 grams of most powders, making it a pain in the ass to get 15g measured for a transdermal. It'd be good for small amounts though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longdog
    .1 grams is a 10 milligrams. Thats plenty accurate for transdermals. You only need the $100+ scale if measuring small quantities of methyls where you'd actually need to weigh out 1mg, etc.

    I got the Lucky 11 scale (non digital) for $12. The plate only holds 2-3 grams of most powders, making it a pain in the ass to get 15g measured for a transdermal. It'd be good for small amounts though.
    i fully understand the conversion.. i just need something that allows me to mesaure in single digit mgs.

    .001 g or whatever.
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    wtf... I thought I posted.... anyways... I picked up a .002g accuracy scale by myweigh that cost me about 150 bucks shipped if I recall right. It's the "gempro" by them. It can only hold about 1g of powder on the tray, and can't hold more than 10g, but for accuracy, you can't beat it. I'm probably ganna pickup one of the .1 or .01 g accuracy for the big stuff (prop, tren, etc).

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