2-in-1 Luggage Scale

By AirScale

$49.95
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This portable scale also powers up your phone fully. Charge your AirScale and then it will give your phone a full charge, twice. Maker G-Jay Young tackled two seemingly separate travel problems: an overweight suitcase and a low-battery phone. AirScale holds and weighs up to 88 pounds and its LCD display lets you select between kilograms or pounds.

  • Materials: ABS, PC plastic, nylon, and metal
  • Includes AirScale, micro-USB cable, luggage strap with hook, and carrying pouch
  • Capable of charging smartphone 2.5 times
  • Concealed hook design and detachable strap for weighing or powerbank use
  • Easy-to-read digital display for your luggage weight and battery level indicator
  • Weighs up to 40 kg / 88 lbs.
  • Large capacity 6500mAh LG battery
  • Can be switched between metric and imperial weight settings
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 5" x 1.69" x 0.94"
  • Weight: 0.34 lb.

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Great product bought one for me and one for my daughter in law

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Lock the Weight

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I travel with lots of heavy gear. The idea of this unit was great for the battery backup. But the unit does not appear to lock the weight in so that one can view after releasing the weight. Because I am short I often have to lift the scale out of view for unusual size equipment or heavy bags, but this scale does not lock the weight in so one could release and view. Great idea and may work for others, but not me! Guess I have to go back to my old luggage scale.More > < Less

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Two travel hassles, solved by one little device.

About AirScale

More Power To You

Lightweight and easy to pack, this portable scale tackles two travel woes at once. It keeps you from paying overweight baggage fees and makes sure your phone stays powered up.

AirScale has a streamlined design that can weigh up to 88 pounds. Charge it up before you head out on your trip, and it’ll also fully charge your device—twice.

Engineer G-Jay Young noticed people already carry power banks for their phones and thought “Why not double the utility?”

This scale-power bank hybrid is the one to pack on your next trip.