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WAOAW 50g Digital Scale



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WAOAW Digital Milligram Scale 50 X 0.001g Reloading Jewelry Scale Digital Weight with Calibration Weights Tweezers and Weighing Pans

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Please ignore this edit. I need to prove to someone that I have editing rights. This scale still rocks, regardless of this weird edit. You should totally buy it.

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  • Neil Harris - January 14, 2018 reply

    its somewhat understandable that a scale like this has trouble reading small charges from zero. Did you test the slow trickle after dumping an initial charge? For instance throw a 25gr charge and slow trickle up to 25.5gr. That is how most of us would trickle as i doubt we would slow trickle from 0.0

  • михаил - January 14, 2018 reply

    Китайские весы ,порой удивляют своей точностью !)))) заказал себе новую модель ювелирных весов WeiHeng WH-DS501!

  • Aurelijus Pitrėnas - January 14, 2018 reply

    This scale in grams reads 0.001 gram this converts, to 0.015 grains. You should try to convert your grains powder measure to grams and then try to weight your loads. Anyone with this scale willing to try it? I'm waiting for mine to arrive yet.

  • Don Cooper - January 14, 2018 reply

    Just bought one gonna retire my Frankford . Paid 22.64 eBay

  • Villamor78 - January 14, 2018 reply

    Thanks for the tip! I'm so disappointed with my RCBS 1500 combo. The scale readings change/drift. I have to keep on recalibrating.

  • 2Supra4U - January 14, 2018 reply

    got pissed for the last time with my frankford. it drives me too crazy I can't deal with the .2-4gn difference all the time. Just got one of these on amazon.ca for $29, not Waoaw but its the exact same one. ive seen this one with 6 or 7 different names.

  • Adam Van Camp - January 14, 2018 reply

    Hey +Johnny's Reloading Bench I just received my scale today and tested it. It seems to be a good one. I made a short video of the un-boxing and first test.

  • Rick Miller - January 14, 2018 reply

    I'm picking one of them up now thxs JRB

  • TALLA300CforumZ - January 14, 2018 reply

    just ordered my sel the WAOAW ver 2 of this scale

  • the baddest - January 14, 2018 reply

    bought one after seein ur vid and mines not quite as good as yours. but for 20 bux its the best scale under the budget digital banner. mine has to warm up a bit maybe 30 sec or a min then its good to go

  • Wayne Wendel - January 14, 2018 reply

    Thanks Johnny!! Keep on saving me money!

  • mike dothan - January 14, 2018 reply

    all these scales are +/- .1gr

  • J H - January 14, 2018 reply

    Made me spend $20 today, Johnny.

    But that's okay.

  • plow - January 14, 2018 reply

    I know this isn't a $20 scale but I had the RCBS chargeMaster lite for a cpl months I love this thing its still on sale from mid way
    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/642266/rcbs-chargemaster-lite-powder-scale-and-dispenser-110-volt

  • forrest225 - January 14, 2018 reply

    Looks like this scale would work well for me. I typically use a powder measure, and just use the scale to set it and continually check on it. I never really need to trickle. I had been thinking about getting a nicer beam balance as I'm just using a lee safety scale, but I'm not impressed with what i've read about the newer ohaus produced models.

  • Machinegreen - January 14, 2018 reply

    Just thought I'd put this out there for any Canadian subs. This scale is 74$ on Amazon.ca and it's 32$ on eBay.ca. Don't know WTF is up with Amazon .

  • West Desert Shooter - January 14, 2018 reply

    Great info, thanks for sharing it. I would definitely trust one after your tests

  • Nick J - January 14, 2018 reply

    Have the Frankford scale, may get one of these two. I use light charges in Cowboy shooting ( 2.8 and similar ) this may be better for that.

  • Shane Rhodes - January 14, 2018 reply

    I bought an expensive Lyman scale and that thing is a pos straight up but I bought a Hornady powder thrower or whatever you call them and that thing is dead on almost every throw as long as you set it up correctly so I don't know and the Hornady was about half the cost of the Lyman

  • 3D Outdoors - January 14, 2018 reply

    Impressive for $20.

  • Machinegreen - January 14, 2018 reply

    We'll, I'm always using my beam scale to double check my digital. If my Frankfurt pukes I'll try the Wow. Thanks for sharing again.

  • archersfriend - January 14, 2018 reply

    I do not understand Why the scale will read the Test weights perfect, but fail on the pan weight after a .5 grain slow load.

  • elvis ammo - January 14, 2018 reply

    wow. ..kinda impressive! wasn't expecting it to do so well!

  • Walter Bunning - January 14, 2018 reply

    Nice find. The Amazon deal was too sweet to resist, so I snagged one as well. My go-to is an RCBS 10-10, but we all use a digital here and there. I've been using an MTM digital to sort my cast bullets, but it's beginning to show signs of Alzheimer's.

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