I cannot travel without this baby! Especially since you all know that we like to travel and shop! And it’s so stressful not knowing if I’ve gone over the weight limit or not. Once we know we are over the weight we do a last minute weight limit upgrade to get it cheaper than paying per Kg when we are already checking in.
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Take for example in my last trip to Manila, my Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale saved me money and from another stressful airport situation. I packed the day before and weighed my luggage. I found that I was way past my luggage allowance so TD upgraded me from 15 Kg to 30 Kg! I also make sure to weigh my carry-on trolley so it’s within the 7 Kg limit + the weight of my laptop.
No more embarassing scenes of removing items from luggage or transferring them from check-in to carry-ons while people wait in line and see all your belongings! No more paying over-priced per Kilogram weight during check-in! And it’s easier to use and more accurate than the bathroom weighing scale method or using a NON-digital hand-held weighing scale (which fluctuates if you don’t hold very still and has to be held longer for you to be sure of the results – which can possibly injure your back and strain your other muscles too).
HOW IT WORKS
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- Pack smart
- Don’t pay overweight
- Easy to use
- Weight in Lb or Kg
- Up to 100 Lbs or 44 Kg
- Compact size for easy transport
- Automatic hold feature
- Strong strap
- Easy read display
I purchased the Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale at The Travel Club, Shangri-la Mall, Mandaluyong for about Php 1,600. The Travel Club has now transferred from the 2nd floor to a much bigger store in the Ground Floor (Beside Mercury Drugstore).
It can also be found in Rustans Department Store (Makati or Shangri-la Mall) luggage section.
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