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Go for it! We currently use [link] which fits perfectly. Would be nice to have one with a timer as well. At the time of purchase they were all sold out. It is a bit laggy which is no fun, but we only use it to dial in the initial shots and use the exact amount of water necessary to avoid it all together after that.
You should be fine getting this scale. You shouldn't need to calibrate it. I didn't need to calibrate mine and it was right on from day 1. Just check to make sure its weighing roughly the correct amount. A nickel is 5 grams.
I have a really cheapy scale for weighing. You don't need a super fancy one for yarn, since you probably really only care down to like .5g increments. [link] Something like that would work fine. I don't remember the exact model I bought, but it was ~$10 iirc.
Early on, we carried a small scale about the size of a deck of cards (only $10):
That scale made it possible to weigh food items when we were outside of the house.
We don't carry it much anymore though because we are getting really good at estimating things. We are 2.5 years in and we have made it a point to eat as normally as possible. After estimating carb counts for common items often enough, we are rarely off by much. And if we are, we can look at the curve on the CGM and can adjust as necessary.
AC 650 its a good scale, my only complaint is it turns off a little quicker than id like but that's every scale I've ever used
I'm looking at this one and this one. I haven't read through all that many of the reviews yet though, so I haven't decided. It seems that some require calibration weights too.
This one here: [link]
I recommend getting a scale from Amazon along with Pipettes
Your flavors, get them from Bullcity. They come in plastic drip top bottles that don't require pipettes. So you'll only use pipettes for nicotine.
I recommend 46 mg nicotine since you're just starting. 100 mg you need to be safe with and have a lot of experience.
You can read the sidebar for flavors to get, for VG and PG. Try Essential Depot they do a gallon of each for 30-40 dollars with free shipping. I have yet to go through a gallon of either.
Bottles can also be found on Bull City.
Yes. I purchased this one two years ago and it still works well. An eighth should be 3.5 grams. That bud doesn't look bad, but not the best. He gypped you a dub and a dime.
I found this great little scale on Amazon.... it's been a life saver when I go to restaurants and it's about the size of my iPhone... [link]
If you can adjust the stylus force one of these are a good investment.
I have one of these.