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July 16th, 2011


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May 2011
Giveaway Winners: Balanzza Mini Scale and iMaingo Portable Speaker
by Luis Merlos on Mar 24th, 2011
The winners for the last two giveaways are below. This were different giveaways but we are glad you guys enjoy the giveaways. Two lucky readers will get to enjoy this devices if you didn’t win we are always trying to share with our readers and don’t forget we are running the PlayBook March giveaway check it out at this link……

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PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE

July 16th, 2011

PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE
Day Tripping

May 2011

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Nexos Magazine

July 16th, 2011

Nexos Magazine
2011

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Sport Diver Magazine

July 16th, 2011

Sport Diver Magazine
2011

Scales: Balanzza Ergo Luggage Scale

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No matter how much or how little travel equipment you pack into your lightweight gear bag, you still need to know what it weighs. “Ergo” is short for ergonomic, with the scale itself acting as the handle for ease in lifting and weighing.

Passport Magazine

July 16th, 2011

Passport Magazine
March 2011

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Well Traveled

December 30th, 2008


Dec, 30 2008

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Chicago Tribune - Gear review: Digital luggage scale

November 7th, 2008

Gear review: Digital luggage scale
November 2, 2008

Name: Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale

What it is: Handheld portable scale for weighing luggage

How it works: Hook the sturdy fabric strap around the handle of your suitcase, then use the device’s plastic handle to lift your bag off the ground for a few seconds. After the beep, set the bag down and the digital scale shows the bag’s weight in pounds or kilos.

The good: A winner for the heavy packer or souvenir collector tired of unhappy surprises at the check-in counter. Carry this device and there’s no more embarrassing digging through your suitcases at the counter to redistribute weight among your bags. No more overweight luggage charges. No more trying to translate pounds to kilos on overseas flights. And no more worrying on your way to the airport about just how far you’ve overshot the limit and how lenient that desk agent might be.

The bad: If you’re packing up to the very last ounce, this battery-powered device adds 10 ounces more to the load. The battery door also has a tendency to pop off with wear and abuse, but it’s nothing a little tape can’t fix.

Gadget Gifts

November 3rd, 2008

Sun Sentinel
Sunday November 3, 2008

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Balanzza lets you weigh your bags

August 8th, 2008

The New York Times

Published: July 17, 2008

As if air travel wasn’t already stressful and expensive enough, getting stuck with overweight baggage charges on check-in can only add to the surly feelings. It is even worse if you have to open the bag - exposing your life and your underwear - to the impatient crowd in line behind you.

Balanzza’s compact digital luggage scale is small enough to bring along and strong enough to weigh up to 100 pounds, or 45 kilograms, of suitcase so you can reallocate the contents of your bags before getting to the airport.

Weighing in at less than a pound itself, the Balanzza scale can be ordered on the company Web site (balanzza.com) A more ergonomic edition designed to let you use two hands to lift the bag is also available at the same price.

To use it, loop the scale’s strap around the suitcase handle and lift the bag off the ground for a few seconds. Once the scale beeps, set the bag down and read the large digital display showing the total weight. Repack as needed to get the weight down.

- J.D. Biersdorfer

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GEAR AND GADGETS: Digital Luggage Scale

August 8th, 2008
Posted on Sun, Mar. 30, 2008

WEIGHT AND SEE: A portable handheld luggage scale can be a valuable tool for making sure your bag meets airline weight restrictions, both outbound and on your return. Most handheld scales work on an old-fashioned hook and counterweight system, which demands near contortionist capabilities as you try to lift an unwieldy bag while simultaneously reading the weight indicated by the little needle. Thank goodness for the Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale, which beeps when it has registered the weight, then keeps that number displayed, so you can set the bag down before checking the nice big LED read-out. The scale attaches to the luggage handle via a sturdy strap with a buckle clasp instead of a hook. Can be set to either pounds or kilograms and accommodates up to 100 pounds (44 kg). Measures 6- by 3.5- by 1-inch thick and weighs less than a pound. Runs on two AAA batteries, not included.

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