Ditch the Dryer Sheet (Feeling Fluffy Dryer Ball Review)

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I could totally tell you that in an effort to live more chemical-free, we ditched the dryer sheets, but in actuality we stopped using these money-sucking, chemical-laden sheets of fibers years ago when we got our new steam dryer. You see, you can’t use the steam drying cycles with dryer sheets.

But I guess you could say that this was our first step into using fewer chemicals and relying more on natural methods (water/steam).

Throughout the past couple years, however, we’ve gotten more and more chemical-free. As we were working through our Adventures in Cloth Diapering, we became curious about dryer balls and actually purchased two of them from Franklin Goose.

However, I also came to realize that you actually need quite a few dryer balls in your laundry load to effectively complete the drying cycle. When I had the opportunity to review a set of 6 dryer balls from Feeling Fluffy, I was thrilled and jumped on the opportunity.

Benefits of Using Dryer Balls:

  • Chemical-free: Many of the chemicals found in conventional dryer sheets contain A-Terpineol (may be associated with central nervous system disorders), Benzyl Alcohol (an upper respiratory irritant), Camphor (listed as an EPA Hazardous Waste), and Benzyl Acetate (carcinogen linked to pancreatic cancer). This should honestly be the biggest reason why you ditch the dryer sheet!
  • Reduced drying time: the 100% wool dryer balls will pull and absorb moisture in your fabrics.
  • Hypoallergenic: There are no irritants in these natural dryer balls, meaning that it’s great for sensitive skin.
  • Keeps home quiet: Compared to PVC or plastic dryer balls, wool dryer balls won’t bang or clunk around. Note: I did find that the wool dryer balls from Feeling Fluffy were as quiet as the others that I already had. That being said, as they are used more and more, they will most likely grow softer and quieter. They were still much quieter than the alternatives.

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When I first got started, I had a few concerns:

  1. Would my clothes be more static-y?
  2. Can’t I just make them myself?
  3. Do they really work?

Boy, I love to research when I have questions! I quickly found that my clothes did not have any more static when I used dryer balls than beforehand. This shocked me, as I assumed that the wool in these dryer balls would be Static Heaven. In fact, because the balls help to reduce drying time, that will also help to reduce static (longer drying time = more static). The more you have, the quicker drying time and less static. The balls also create a more humid environment, cutting down on static.

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Can you make them yourself or use tennis balls? Tennis balls are heavy and will make lots of noise when you are drying. Not good when the dryer is right next to the nursery, and you run it at night and during naps. So DIY? Sure! But from what I found, it was so much more a hassle to make them than to just buy them. Plus, the price of the Feeling Fluffy dryer balls are incredible (currently $16.12 for a set of 6). Why would you spend so much time and energy on making something that you can buy so easily and inexpensively?

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So, do they work? In short. YES! There is a learning curve to remembering to keep them in the dryer and shortening your drying cycle, but they do work! I also feel like our clothes are so much softer (after years of not using any fabric softener, I can feel the difference).

 

Disclaimer: I did not receive any compensation for this post. All thoughts are 100% my own. I did receive the dryer balls at a highly reduced price in exchange for my review.

Repainting a Brass Headboard

How to Paint a Brass Headboard
I belong to a local buy/sell/trade group, and when I saw someone post a full-size brass headboard, my brain started turning. I realized that I could totally repaint it a fun, bright color and finally have a finished look in our guest room.

To be honest, I wouldn’t have looked twice, except for the list price for the headboard was only $20. We talked them down to $15. Then, with about $30 in spray paint and primer, I had only spent a total of $45 for this entire project.

To paint a brass headboard, you will need the following:

  • primer (we used 2 cans of Rust-Oleum 2x Ultra Cover Flat White Primer)
  • paint (we used 2 cans of Rust-Oleum Coral Spray Paint)
  • drop cloth
  • extra-fine steel wool
  • optional: spray paint comfort grip

It truly couldn’t be easier to complete the project:

1. Layout the drop cloth and headboard.

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2. Rub the steel wool across all surfaces to create an abrasion and give something for the paint to stick to. Wipe with a dry rag to remove any dust.

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3. Spray the primer over one side in long strokes. Let dry for 1 hour (if a non-humid day) or as detailed on the paint can.

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4. Spray the primer on the other side. Let dry for 24 hours (if non-humid) or as detailed on the paint can.

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5. Spray the paint over one side. Let dry for an hour.

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6. Spray the paint on the other side. Let dry overnight.

7. Check for any spots for touchups.

8. Attach to bed frame once the paint has dried for at least 24-48 hours. We waited until the paint smell went away a little bit too.IMG_5947

My Thoughts on Aldi

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When the grocery store Aldi opened up in our area, it was all I saw on my Facebook newsfeed. Still, it took me months to actually get into the store to check it out myself. When I finally did get there, this was my face:

 

 

Not Impressed

 

There were some things that I found interesting, though. Here’s my overview of the store:

  • In order to get a shopping cart, you have to put in a quarter to unlock it. That’s great to keep the outside area organized, but it was hard to figure out where to put the quarter. Big thanks to the family who was coming out and saw my struggle, and they gave me their cart. I offered my quarter, but they said that they got it from someone else.
  • There is only one pathway in, and it’s down the aisle with all of the packaged Aldi-brand stuff. Now, it is great that everything is so inexpensive because there aren’t any brands. But when you have a child that has a soy and peanut allergy, it means that you can’t purchase anything.
  • The rest of the store honestly reminded me of a very cheap, old grocery store (despite the fact that this particular location had just been built and opened a week earlier). It also had that really funky old-store smell to it. No good!
  • The prices were great though! Did I mention that?
  • I liked the bagging section, but it was honestly much more annoying to get everything over there to bag. This was just one more step. I’m quick at bagging my own groceries because I put them on the conveyor belt in a particular order.
  • The carts. Let’s talk about the carts again. Thankfully I went on an Audrey-Mommy Date day (when Tim had David), because it was absolutely not the store that you can shop with two toddlers. Because the carts are all connected together, you have to carry your child to the carts, put in the quarter, and then put the kid in. Yes, there aren’t any double carts, but even if you wanted to put one kid in the kid section and one in the basket section (I’m not saying to do this, as it is dangerous, but people do it all the time), how do you unload the cart? Take the kids and cart to the car, unload and put everyone in their seats, and then go back to return the cart? So you leave your kids in the car for someone to call the police on your neglectful mothering. Sigh. No, if you are going to Aldi, better just leave the kids at home.

So basically, Aldi is not a place for me. It just doesn’t suit my shopping style, wants, or family diet needs. But for those who love it, I can see why you do.

So, do you love this store? I would love some convincing to try it again some day!

SAHM Mom Survival Guide eBook Review

“We don’t have the benefit of a routine ‘eight to five’ job where you accomplish the same tasks day in and out. Our lives take us in a million different directions and there is no way anyone can keep all of those things. Getting the events, appointments, and schedules out of your head and onto paper will free you from the stress.”  – Rebekah, The Stay At Home Mom Survival Kit

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As a Stay at Home Mom of our twins, I have a soft spot for other mamas who try to do other things in addition to mothering and taking care of the house. Many of us were professionals before becoming wives and mothers, and it is honestly hard to just completely turn off the switch to want to have adult interaction and help others, thus setting a good example for our children in being a steward of the world.

Most of us bloggers don’t blog just for ourselves. We are hoping to reach others and somehow touch them, whether that is to make them laugh, cry, or create. Today, I want to feature a Stay at Home Mommy Blogger (Rebekah with Charming Imperfections) who has done that with her new ebook, The Stay At Home Mom Survival Kit. I had the chance to read an advanced copy, and it is fantastic for anyone who needs a little (or a lot of) help getting organized to run an entire household. Don’t let the name fool you, as this is really fantastic for all moms, dads, or even those without children. It really could be called the “Household Survival Kit,” because of how versatile it is! Although, if you are a SAHM, you will love Rebekah’s tidbits and discussions at each section.

So what is included in this survival kit?

  • Schedules: More than just a cute calendar, the scheduling pages will give you the chance to organize and plan for every event and appointment (with 6 printable pages)
  • Finances: Get on a budget, organize your bills, tackle that debt, and commit to becoming financially wise with the pages included in this section (with 13 printable pages)
  • Meal Planning: Meal planning is simplified with the inventories, planning pages, shopping lists, and strategy worksheets to help you feed your family and save money (with 10 printable pages)
  • Housework: Every checklist and chore chart you need to get started and stay on track towards a cleaner, more comfortable home (with 7 printable pages)
  • Activities: Take the work out of fun with the planning pages included in the Activities section. Plus, get the Vacation Planning Kit for free (with 11 printable pages)
  • Health: Monitor your weight and fitness progress, keep track of medications, and have information on all the medical facilities you visit on one page (with 10 printable pages)

The book is structured with a narrative and then the printable pages. Each section explains the background and also instructs you how to use and modify the printables to fit your family. It is absolutely beautiful, but it is also designed to take minimal ink when printed. It will also look gorgeous in black and white if you want to save your colored ink.

“As a mom of twins, I have to be organized. Our household wouldn’t function any other way. I really loved this eBook, as it was almost as if I wrote the book with the way that I try to keep my home, finances, and lists organized. Rebekah does a wonderful job explaining each of the sections well and then having thorough and cute charts, lists, and calendars that we can print out and use. This isn’t just a book for Stay at Home Moms, though! All families could take their household organization to the next level with the help of this kit!” – Dory Doyle

The entire eBook is $15, but there are also some free printables available on the book’s webpage if you want to try before you buy.  If you purchase this book during the launch week (September 15-22), you can save $5 by using the code LAUNCHWEEK. In addition, 10% of all sales from September 15-October 6 will be donated to a local charity called Esther House, which is a transitional, grace-based facility for women and/or women with children who have experienced incarceration, abuse, homelessness, and emotional and spiritual wounds.

There are also a slew of other products and updates coming from Rebakah and Charming Imperfections, including a holiday planner coming in mid-November and a New Year Planner and expanded Health and Fitness section coming at the end of December.

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Disclaimer: In the spirit of full disclosure, this post includes affiliate links, which means that I may get a commissions if you decide to purchase anything from Charming Imperfections. I only recommend products & systems that I use and love myself, so I know you’ll be in good hands.

Guest Post: Safety Tips from KidCo

The following post hits very close to home as we have two toddlers that are not walking… they are running and climbing and pulling and reorganizing. I’ve always had the “pool of blood theory” which I inherited from my mom (everything will end in a pool of blood), so safety has always been so important to us. As we are starting to feel comfortable letting the twins run through the downstairs on their own, these tips are so important.

 

From the very first moment you meet and hold your baby, keeping them safe and secure impels your every thought and action.  You have picked the perfect nursery colors, the safest car seat, the safest stroller, the softest onesies, and the most comfortable organic absorbing diapers.  You have researched for hours the best formula, or have chosen breast feeding.  After all, the smallest person you know has now become the biggest part of your world.

You observe their development, celebrating the first smile, the first time they sleep through the night, the first time they sit up on their own.  That big milestone of first steps is just around the corner.  Your camera is ready and you are ready to hit the “Post” button.  STOP!  Exactly how much time have you spent researching and assessing the safety of the environment for which they are about to have free reign?  Safe and secure, at the top of the list – not quite.

Did you know that falling TV’s and tipping furniture is the number one cause of serious injuries, and sometimes devastating consequences for small children?  Window falls is at the top of the list as well. The cleaning supplies and utensils in your cabinets and drawers are just as concerning as the electrical cords and outlets that draw the attention of your baby who is now mobile. Wait a minute, why wasn’t this information as readily available to you as the 42 features on that stroller you purchased?

Child proofing your home is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure their safety once they become mobile.  The best way to evaluate how to make their home a safe environment is by going through this easy check list:

Get on our hands and knees and look at every room from your baby’s perspective.  Electrical outlets, cords, and stairs are all areas that need to be secured.

  1. Stairways: Make sure you purchase hardware mounted gates for top of stairs.  If you have a basement, be sure that stairway is secured along with your main staircase.  Pressure mounted gates are fine for bottom of stair protection and between rooms.  Garage attached to your home?  That doorway is definitely in need of a gate!
  2. Doors and windows: Now is the time to secure the windows in your child’s room.  Both window stops and window guards provide the necessary protection.  Choose what best fits your personal security.
  3. TVs and Furniture: All televisions in your home should be secured to prevent tipping.  Dressers in baby’s room, as well your bedroom and any other tall piece of furniture should be secured to prevent topping over.  Once your child becomes mobile, curiosity will be the catalyst to provide climbing skills.
  4. Drawers/Cabinets: All kitchen, bathroom and utility room drawers and cabinets should be secured to prevent your child from accessing dangers of cleaning supplies, utensils, medication, and so much more.  Drawer and cabinet locks are available in both screw mount and adhesive mount installations.  Don’t forget to secure your appliances as well.  Little one’s begin exploring and their view and excitement do not include safety precautions.
  5. Kitchen: All those cabinets and drawers!  As mentioned in #5 – so many dangers to be secured.  Additionally, the stove.  Most injuries involving stoves are from pots of boiling water or hot soups being pulled onto curious little ones.  A stove guard should be installed in all homes with small children.  In addition, always use the back burners as a first choice.  This prevents little hands from getting burned from hot surfaces at the front of the stove.  When cooking, handles should be turned in so no accidental spills occur.
  6. Bathroom: Toilets pose the danger of drowning.  Your toddler is top heavy and curious.  There is a variety of toilet locks on the market.
  7. Furniture: Once your baby starts crawling and can pull themselves up – well, they go down just as easy.  Those sharp edges of tables, and counter tops can easily injure your child.  Corner and table protectors come in a variety of colors and sizes.  Most can even be mounted on the bottom side of counter edges which provides added protection for little ones.
  8. Doors: When you child becomes mobile, their curiosity to the outside world is forefront.  Installing door locks not only prevents them from quickly getting outside, but it can also keep them out of rooms in the house where they should not be.  Also protective products that get placed in door hinges help prevent little fingers from getting closed in doors.  There are a variety of products on the market including locks for bi-fold doors.
  9. Fireplaces: Beside the danger of getting burned, most fireplace hearths are made of hard surfaces which can cause bumps and bruises to little ones, and worse yet head injuries.  A safety gate installed around the hearth or wood burning stove will prevent these injuries. There is also padded safety products designed especially for the raised hearths – perfect for those seasons when the fireplace is not in use.
  10. Cribs and Beds:  As your little ones become mobile, getting out of their crib becomes an achievement – and much stress for you.  Installing a convertible crib rail will prevent them from falling out and getting injured while sound asleep.  And when they awake, they can safely come looking for you.  If your child is ready to transition to a “big” bed, bedrails will keep them protected from falling out of bed, and still allow for their walk down to the hallway to bunk with mom and dad.

Remember, your child depends on you to keep them safe and secure.  They are only little for such a short time.  You will not be able to protect them from everything.  There will be skinned knees, fat lips, and the disappointments that will bring tears to their eyes.  As they develop from infants to toddlers and start to explore their world, that you call their home – make it safe!


Lorraine Parisi is the Marketing Services Manager for KidCo, Inc.  In addition to her ten years’ experience in the juvenile products industry, she has personally enjoyed 25 years of being a mother and the hands on experience with her 20+ nieces and nephews which  includes a newborn.

“In 25 years of raising my daughter and son, I have never met an age I did not like.  And I have found that in the heart of a mother, no matter how old your children are, you always want to keep them safe!”

Fitted Tablecloth Tutorial

 

Last week, I created a fitted tablecloth for our kitchen table, and I love it! I was so tired of constantly scrubbing the table to get the the food off of it, and this makes it so much easier. It was really quite simple as well.

For the cloth, we have a few different ones (oil cloth, cotton, lined vinyl), but the important thing is to get something that is wide enough and washable.

Materials:

  • Fabric that is 6 inches wider and longer than your table (ex: if you table is a 36″ circle, you would get the width and length to each be 42″)
  • 1/4 inch elastic (enough to go around the perimeter, though you won’t use that much of it).
  • a sewing machine

Directions:

1. Turn your cloth upside down on your table and trace around the edge with a pencil.

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2. Cut the material with a 3″ border past the pencil mark. I used my pinking shears for an easier cut so I didn’t have to serge or hem anything yet.

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3. Using a zigzag stitch, pull the elastic tight with one hand and feed through the machine close to the border with the other hand. This will give a nice tight fit.

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4. Fit around your table and enjoy your protected tablecloth!

Tips and Tricks for New Baby

Tips and TricksLast year, I wrote a few posts about tips for new moms, but since then, I have had some friends have babies. I feel like I have a year of advice, and I hate to overwhelm them with everything, so I thought I would write up a post about it. These are from my memories. Some will be similar to what appeared in past posts, but they will be the biggest tricks we still stand by today.

At the Hospital:

  • Have a dark-colored robe and a nursing bra. If you only pack two items, let it be these two. That way you can cover up for visitors and for the photographer.

The First Weeks:

  • Limit Nursing Time. Of course, you will want to talk to your pediatrician and/or lactation consultant, but you don’t want to let your newborn nurse nonstop during a session. Our pediatrician recommended we stop them after 20 minutes. If I still had milk left in me, I could pump and then syringe feed. If they nursed for longer, then they would spend more calories than they would gain by eating.
  • Nipple Balm is Your Friend. You will never know know how painful nursing is until you actually go through it. Every 2 or 3 hours you will have a baby (or babies in our case) tugging and nursing and having trouble (or success) latching. Use lanolin or another nipple balm (my pick is Bella B) and put it on thick! Use lanolin before showers and turn your back to the water. Use the balm after nursing (and in between sessions too). Use cotton/reusable nursing pads for added protection. Use a gel pad (Lily Padz is a great one) from the fridge/freezer for extra help.

Tricks for Home:

  • Have a Diaper Changing Station for Each Floor. We still have one on each floor with a replica of the caddy right next to it. It saves us so much trouble and steps!
  • Have a Sink Cleaning Station for Each Floor. With pumping supplies and sometimes bottles, you will want to have an area by a sink on each floor, just like you have a setup for diaper changes on each floor. We highly recommend the Boon Grass for drying. It looks silly, but it works so well that my mom got one for her home.
  • Keep a Tub of Water and Detergent to Prevent Stains. You have no idea how this saved our water bill. Just by having a tub of water with a little detergent  in it right by the washer/dryer, we could drop in the messy onesie or clothes and then we could wash them when we were ready. We rarely had to pre-treat stains and kept all our (and the babies’) clothes looking new despite many blow-outs and spit-ups.
  • Puppy Changing Pads on Changing Table. Babies will pee all over the place. And they will poop. And spit up. And you DON’T want to constantly change and wash your changing pad cover. It’s obnoxious. So, do what we did and get the blue puppy changing pads to put on top of the cover. It fits perfectly, it’s cheap, and it contains all of the mess. You can use them over and over and over again, and then when they get dirty or start falling apart, throw it away. Eventually you can go without this but you will want it for a while. Oh, and we found that girls need this even more than the boys. With the boys, the stream goes up and around. With the girls, it goes down and all over the place.

Do I have even more tricks than this? Absolutely! But these were the big ones for us to pass along. If you have great tricks, please leave them as a comment! I can’t wait to hear what you come up with!

Turning Thirty

Yesterday I celebrated my 30th birthday, and in the past year leading up to it, I was really excited to turn 30… in the past week I got a little more apprehensive. I don’t know why, but I was a little sad and nervous to turn the big 3-0. It made me want to start turning my frown upside-down and start focusing on all that I accomplished in my first thirty years:

  • went to 3 different preschools, 1 elementary school, 2 middle schools, 1 high school, 2 colleges, and 1 grad school
  • got an agent in New York City in elementary school
  • went on two Broadways auditions
  • met a TON of celebrities (and some semi-celebrities)
  • saw a handful of concerts
  • appeared in 70 plays, musicals, reviews, and other productions (not including recitals and talent shows)
  • went on over 10 cruises
  • traveled to England, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany
  • graduated from high school in the top 10% of my class
  • graduated from college summa cum laude
  • received my master’s degree with a 4.0 a semester earlier than expected
  • taught for 5 years at a dream elementary school
  • named New Teacher of the Year at my school in my first year
  • won awards from my school district in multiple years for STEM lessons
  • married the love of my life (and high school sweetheart)
  • became a mommy to my twins
  • left my teaching job to be a stay at home mommy
  • mothered my fur babies Lucy and Toby
  • bought a house
  • owned 2 cars
  • planned fun parties
  • designed wonderful rooms
  • blogged for BrideSaver (my first blog), this blog, Supper Clubbing, my classroom blog, How Do You Do It?, and The Wise Baby
  • opened an Etsy business
  • rebranded the Etsy business
  • sold Thirty-One (bags and totes)
  • sold Rendi (personalized signs)
  • became a Young Living Distributor
  • started a business involving YL and essential oils (Healthier Oil the Thyme)
  • have amazing friends and family
  • look on the positive side (as much as possible)

 

Yes, I would say my first 30 years have been great. Here’s to an even better next 30 (and hopefully many many more than that)!

 

#100HappyDays

At the beginning of the summer, I jumped on the 100 Happy Days bandwagon. I feel like I’m normally happy anyway, but I wanted a picture challenge, and this seemed right up my alley.

So, here are my #100HappyDay pictures. You know what I learned? My family is what makes me happy. Really happy. Ridiculously happy.

 

 

To see all of these pictures and the captions, come check out my Instagram page (@dorydoyle).

Smart Weigh Digital Pro Pocket Scale Review


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When I was a teacher (in the classroom, as one can argue that I’m still a teacher every day with A and D), I had these amazing pocket scales in my classroom, that I received after participating in an amazing summer course to help write exemplar lessons for the Virginia Department of Education. I’m telling you, these were amazing, and we used them in so many projects. When I left the classroom, I thought that it was only fair that I passed them along to another teacher that was also in that program.

Since then, I have wanted my pocket scales a bunch of times, and I couldn’t use them! This is why I was thrilled to receive one via Tomoson.com and their review site!

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As a small business owner with my Etsy store Personally Yours by Dory, I am always looking for a better way to ship my products. I come up with the shipping based on past sales, but I always try to be fair. Usually that means that I underestimate, which means that I lose business. I’m so excited to be able to accurately predict shipping now, because I can weigh the product (in the box), calculate it on the USPS Postal Calc site, and I can even print my shipping label ahead of time. Then I can just drop the package off and be on my way! It can’t get any easier than that! The biggest issue, however, is that this has a 500 g weight limit (just a little over 1 lb), so anything heavier than that, and it won’t work. It’s great, though for those lighter items.

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When A and D get older, I plan on using this handy little scale to talk about weights and do comparisons of objects.

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I’m sure, as I start cooking more, I will even be able to use it for cooking!

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In addition, now that I’m getting into my Young Living Essential Oils business as a distributor, I know this will help with shipping costs.

This thing is accurate, small, portable, and so necessary to have in your home. Plus, since it’s only $20 on Amazon, it’s such a great gadget to have!

By the way, here is information from the company about this product:

Have you been looking for the perfect on-the-go pocket scale?
One that is lightweight, accurate, and reliable? Look no further – the Smart Weigh Digital Pocket Scale with its sleek and portable design is exactly what you have been looking for!
Advanced!
Tired of inaccurate weight readings? Ready for an upgrade? The Smart Weigh scale features the highest grade precision with the latest technology.
Weigh Master!
This scale will help you accomplish a wide variety of weighing needs. It will do so accurately and to perfection!
Style!
Features a unique and simple design with its stainless steel 3.94” x 3.7” platform. It is easy to operate by using the four sleek chrome buttons.

  • Features – the top500 is strong, accurate, fast, and user-friendly; will work great for any of your mailing, jewelry, reloading, and cooking needs
  • Functions – this scale can double up as a postal scale; the pcs function gives you an accurate count and the hold function will lock weight readings
  • Design – features a clear LCD screen lit by a bright blue backlight; will display readings in g, OZ, OZT, dwt, GN, and CT
  • Precision – manufactured with high precision sensors to provide the most accurate weight readings; weighs up to 500 grams in 0.01 Increments
  • Includes – 2 AAA batteries with a two minute auto shut off feature; the tare function will provide a net weight

 

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Buy it on Amazon here.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.