Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Moore
is there any reason to use a digital versus an analog scale? I picked up a digital scale with both oz or grams and a resettable zero at a local kitchen appliance store that is going out of business. After next Thursday (when I get paid) or when Sandy posts back to this topic--whichever is second-- I will place my order at ArtCraft Chemicals and give pyro a shot.
Digital scales are convienient because you can tare them. You put your weighing container on the scale, and when you tare it corrects for the weight so it now reads zero. Saves a little math and and the possiblity of error. You can get them now for the price of a decent anolog scale.