Digital Luggage Scale
The Lewis N. Clark digital luggage scale provides weight measurements up to 90lbs/40kg so you can weigh your luggage during your travels to make sure that you don’t have to pay any overweight baggage fees – before you get to the counter.
While it’s small enough to fit in your pocket, and weighs only 3oz itself, this scale is constructed with ABS plastic, which provides a strong and sleek finish. The rounded edges ensure that it feels comfortable in your hand, even when you’re lifting a 90lb piece of luggage off the ground.
To weigh the luggage, you loop the durable webbed strap around your luggage handle, then pass the scale through the loop. Next, you simply press the power button and pull the strap to tighten it. After you have picked up your luggage with the loop, you will hear an audible beep letting you know that it has accurately read the weight measurement and you can set it down.
The large digital display, with a backlight for easy reading, shows units in pounds or kilograms, depending on your preference. The data lock function also ensures that you’ll have enough time to read the result so you’re not rushing to set your luggage down. It will automatically turn off after 2 minutes of inactivity, and can also be manually powered off or reset.
While adding virtually no weight to your luggage, this compact digital luggage scale can help prevent you from having to pay the exorbitant overweight baggage fees at airports, and the included lithium batteries ensure that you can use it as soon as you receive it.
Simple, fast, and it could save you money at the weighing station.
• Weighs up to 90lbs / 40kg
• Avoid overweight luggage fees
• Large LCD digital display
• Contoured grip handle
• Durable webbed strap secures luggage
• Includes two CR2032 lithium button cell batteries
• 5in x 1.5in x 1in
Posted by Unknown on 30th Sep 2016
I would have rated this item a five star, but i bought one, had to exchange because i couldn't get the battery clip to open. The second one works like a charm but you cannot leave the batteries in the scale. Bought new batteries to use and after 2 weeks, the scale didn't work. The batteries were dead :)