beecrofter wrote:Don't spend much more than you would on lunch for a scale because it will soon be an unused appliance gathering dust.
Weigh a few samples and see what 5 grams LOOKS like or 8 grams or 3 grams based on your style of preparation. After that the scale is just a distraction.
Poohblah wrote:I'm getting a vision of Chip donning microscope glasses and fishing individual leaves and pieces off of the scale's tray using a pair of hemostats, all while wearing a contorted facial expression of extreme concentration...
kasey wrote:I found one on ebay for just over $10 including shipping. And it's sensitive to 1/100th of an inch. So keep looking.