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Balanzza Ergo

August 6th, 2008

PRODUCT DETAILS

Item Model Number
BZ200 ERGO

Dimensions
L 6.25 inches / 15.80 cm
W 2.50 inches / 6.30 cm
H 1.25 inches / 3.10 cm

Colors
Black, Green.

Weight
0.50 lbs. / 0.22 Kgs.

Operates with 2 AAA Batteries (included)


Individual Package
Dimensions

6.25 x 2.5 x 2 inches
15.8 x 6.3 x 5.08 cm

Weight
0.56 lbs. / 0.25 Kgs.


Master Carton
Holds 20 units

Dimensions
14 x 14 x 5 inches
35.5 x 35.5 x 12.7 cm

Weight
12lbs. / 5.4 Kgs.

Increment

1/10 pounds

The Balanzza Ergo is a step forward in digital scale design. With no handles, the scale itself is the grip. It is the first scale that is horizontally positioned instead of vertically, offering the most natural way to lift heavy objects. The screen is located on the upper side of the scale so the user can see the weight while lifting it with one hand. The user can also wait for the beep and set it down if lifted with 2 hands.

Its ergonomic shape lets you lift the objects easy and with less stress to your hands. The Balanzza Ergo patent pending process of lift, wait for the beep, and set it down, makes it the most easy to use scale in the world. Use it at home to weigh your children’s backpack, or the holidays gifts you are planning to ship, or that occasional parcel that needs to be sent. Make sure to bring it with you on your trips so you are safe from the overweight luggage fees. Even use it at the office for those small and medium size packages that need to be weighed before shipping.

In addition to these differences, the Balanzza Ergo has the same durability, strength and features as its original predecessor the Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale.

2 Responses to “Balanzza Ergo”

  1. NSmith Says:

    I have the balanzza ergo and it is weighing my luggage 2-3lbs lighter than the airline scale. Can it be recalibrated so I do not go over my weight allowance?

  2. NSmith Says:

    I have the balanzza ergo and it is weighing my luggage 2-3lbs lighter than the airline scale. Can it be recalibrated so I do not go over my weight allowance?


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