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2000g / 0.1g model IGEM Instruments - The Gold Scale

2000g / 0.1g model IGEM Instruments - The Gold Scale


Price: 19.50 Including VAT



Pocket-size scale (if you have a very large pocket).Model: i-GEM gold scale

Suitable for weighing gold and silver, weighs up to 2000g and down to 0.1g (2000g is about 64oz).

It will calculate the value of the gold being weighed.

To read an article about weighing and weighing machines click here.

This weighing machine is not approved for use in trade, it must not be used for buying and selling. For approved scales click here.


Program into the scale just one price: the price of pure gold (instructions included). Press the 'K' button to select the carat you are weighing (options are 9ct, 10ct, 14ct, 18ct, 22ct or 24ct) and the computer inside the scale works out the value. The display shows the price per gram, the weight and the total value.

High capacity (2000g is just over 64oz), fine resolution (0.1g is just right for gold).

Beautifully presented, slim-line, good-size weighing platform, clear backlit display, carrying pouch.


Capacity 2000g

Resolution 0.1g

Overall size 105mm X 150mm X 20mm (4 X 6 X ¾ inches)

Size of weighing platform 105mm X 95mm (about 4 X 4 inches)

Power, two size AAA batteries

Will also take a mains adaptor 5V DC, 500mA, centre-positive (not supplied)

CALIBRATION: requires a 2Kg weight - details.


I can't think of an alternative, this is the only one that calculates the value of the gold.

There is, however, a very simple solution to calculating the value of gold. Use a calculator. We have a claculator with a sticker with all the conversions you need for gold and silver, see calculator with conversions.


This scale is guaranteed for 1 year.

The guarantee excludes:

- flat batteries. New batteries will be charged at £5.00 plus £6.50 for return postage (UK).

- if you lose the battery compartment cover (sorry, we don't have spares)

The guarantee is invalid if there is:

- obvious damage, e.g. dents, holes, cracked casing, weighing platform loose.

- signs of 'foreign material'. That's anything that should not be there, e.g. residues of herbs, chemicals, spilt tea , mould from leaking batteries.


Inaccurate readings can usually be fixed by calibrating the scale, this is something you can do yourself if you have a 2Kg Calibration weight. THIS IS NOT A FAULT, all electronic measuring devices need calibrating every now and again, see calibrating weighing machines. We can calibrate it for you, for free, if it is returned within six months of purchase; after that, there is a charge of £5.00 + £6.50 postage (UK).