Quote Originally Posted by Andrey View Post
Maybe something to do with (my young) age, but I'd kill myself
if I were to measure anything on a beam balance repeatedly.

Digital scales give the reading in 5 seconds or less and you don't
see the rocking of the beam back and forth.
I used to use a 2000 gram beam balance. After rigging with
a measured wire rider it was good for 10mg readings using
the indexed swing indicator. Amazing how responsive are
agate bearings.

The Acculab I've mentioned in an above post is much
handier to use. A 0.01 gram resolution and accuracy and
200 gram capacity is, IMO, a best combination for home work.
Full formula capacity for most developers and fixers and great
for fresh partials at time of use or for testing. Don't forget
the weighing papers. Dan