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I've three, the smallest measures to 1/100g, second one 1/10g - 500g max, the biggest measures in 1g increments to 5kg. The issue i have with the larger two is that they shut off after a minute if the scale hasn't been active and lots of times i'll be in the process of measuring cumulative total and miss the cutoff, can be a pain to start over.
No idea on what brands are worth searching for. Have had the larger two quite few years the smallest which gets the least use a couple years, it's a random brand from Amazon.
I’ve got two - a starfrit one from Cdn Tire that measures by the gram up to 5kg for general cooking/brewing use, and a small one that measures in 0.01g up to 100g from modernist pantry for adding more precise ingredients such as flavourings, yeasts, etc.
I have that exact scale. Has served me well for years.
OP, lots to choose from so the only suggestion I would make is get one that uses 'standard' batteries like AA or AAA. My old scale used lithium coin batteries and I never seemed to have a new one around when the old one went dead. We have lots of rechargeable AA and AAA's in the house though...
Very happy with my dymo m5, weighs up to 5 lbs and will convert to kg if needed, i use i t for ebay pkgs, as well as breaking up hamburg by weight and freezing the portions we want, just throw a piece of saran wrap on top, and weigh out the meat.