New Luggage Scale Website Saves Travelers from Overweight Luggage Fees
Even as gas prices remain low airlines are continuing to charge fees for just about everything considered an extra. Most travelers have resorted to leaving items at home that they may have otherwise taken with them on their vacation or business trip. The reason quoted by most travelers is rising baggage fees being charged by most airlines that can quickly add to flight expenses. One company is offering a product that will help travelers prepare their luggage before they leave for the airport.
The product, a portable digital scale system called the Balanzza Ergo, is the first baggage scale where you can attach your baggage horizontally to the handheld scale. This allows for easy viewing of the digital weight indicator when used with one or two hands. The scale, which beeps when your items weight has been determined, can be used for luggage as well as other household items including school backpacks, packages and more.
According to one client, Mrs. Naismith in Simi Vly, California, “The scale saved a bit of consternation for my husband who travels back East for an extended work stay. He needed to take with him quite a bit for his one month stay. He used the scale to make sure he wasn’t over the 50 lb limit. The scale read 48 lbs and when he went to the airport & checked in baggage the airport scale also stated 48 lbs.”
The scale, which weighs in at just a half pound can easily be added to baggage so you can properly distribute the weight in your baggage for your return flight. “Simply slip your scale into one of your exterior baggage pockets and you will be able to check your baggage as you add items throughout your travels,” stated www.LuggageScales.net Founder James Paden. He continued on to say “We have seen quite a few of our clients using the scales for travel in addition to using them around the home. The most popular use outside of weighing baggage seems to be weighing kids backpacks to assure they aren’t overpacked or to heavy for their kids to carry.”
www.LuggageScale.net launched in June 2009 and currently offers the Balanzza Ergonomic Digital Luggage Scale for just $19.95, including shipping and has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
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