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Brand New Slimline Electronic Scale - Tif9010a on

US $100.00

Southampton, Pennsylvania, US

Southampton, Pennsylvania, US

Brand New in box. 

Features -

Touch key controls

Three display modes - Lbs/oz.; Decimal Lbs.; Kilograms

Tough ABS case with integrated carrying handle

Very high resolution - 0.1/oz/0.005 Lbs./2 grams

Auto zero

Compact design 2.5' (6.35cm) Thick

110lb / 50 Kg capacity

Charging and recovery capabilities

Completely portable - battery powered (battery not included)

Removable control box w/ prop stand/hanging hook

Removable platform

Will only ship within the USA

PayPal only

Will ship out w/in 48 hrs after sale ends

Please feel free to ask any questions



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