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Scale

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by stoner099, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. I bought a scale today and upon weighing a few things I realized that it rounds to the nearest gram. This is really annoying does anyone know how to change it to the nearest 10th of a gram.


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  2. is your scale capable? it should be pretty simple most scales only have like two buttons lol
     
  3. its a kitchen scale if that means anything and when i change the unit to grams it doesnt have a decimal spot


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  4.  
    Yeah, you buy the right scale.
     
    You can't just make a scale that goes by grams measure 10ths of a gram; extra significant figures and the scale's sensitivity need to be programmed in.
     
  5. #5 DriftingApart, Feb 11, 2014
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    Hope you kept the receipt.  
     
    Make sure you read what you're buying this time. 
     
  6.  
    I bought one for $27 that does .01 gm but I weigh out hash and wanted better resolution. I dont use it for white bullshit dope.
     
  7.  
    I only have one that goes out to .1, but I've used it to record everything I smoke, how often I buy, and the weights of all my plants, and keep it in a book I've had for a few years.  It's kind of cool to look back and see how your smoking habits have progressed, or maybe that's just my OCD talking.
     
    I bet it's skewed some of my totals over the years, but if it's skewing numbers both ways I figure, then the average should be relatively close to the actual. 
     
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