|Product Dimensions||21.1 x 23.5 x 4.6 cm; 1.5 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||S0929010|
|Batteries||3 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S0929010|
|Item Weight||1.5 kg|
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Dymo S0929010 M10 Mailing Scales, Silver/Black, 10 kg
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- Weigh letters and packages up to 4.5 kg
- Connect via USB cable to PC or Mac to use the scale with online posting and delivery software – including Endica InstaRate and Dymo stamps software
- Hold feature locks weight display for 10 seconds
- Weigh items in a container minus weight of container with tare function
- Power unit via USB (included) or three AAA batteries (not included)
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Weigh envelopes and packages up to 4.53 kg with the Dymo M10 digital postal scale. Conveniences include a hold feature that locks weight display for ten seconds, a tare function for accurately weighing items in a container, an automatic switch-off and an LCD screen that displays the weight in easy-to-read digital format in lbs/oz or kg/g. The unit can be powered by USB cable (included) or three AAA batteries (not included).
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I even contacted Dymo customer support and they emailed me a 9 year old bit of software (endicia instarate) which there's no way I'm installing as it's likely riddled with security vulnerabilities after 9 years of no updates. If you go to Endicia's website they even say that as of 2016 it's no longer supported so I'm not sure why Dymo are still distributing it via email.
It seems to weigh items well enough, but even the product pages are confusing. Amazon's listing says 4.5kg max, Dymo's listing for the M10 shows 10KG and I can confirm that it does go above 5KG. But the display is rather dim at an angle which is why I wanted one with USB HID support so I'd be better off going with the kitchen scales.
Despite clear indication on the manufacturers website, the Amazon listing and the product packaging, i (and other reviewers by the looks of it) could not get this to talk to the computer. Mostly due to a lack of software. The software is not where that say it is on their website, making it more like softWhere? - and when i did finally track down something called WIN-ScalesSoftware.exe from the Dymo website... it did absolutely nothing. I am an IT professional, this is not a case of user error.
On the scales themselves - they seem perfectly robust on quick inspection, hold function works well, quick to turn on, all good... until you try to weigh anything that is just over a kg, or any 1kg increment and the screen is missing a zero from the display! So an item that weighs 1.051kg is displayed as 1. 51kg - just a blank space where the zero should be. Looks like 1.51kg to me. How many people will that catch out!
- No software
- Dodgy screen
There are excellent for small time online sales usage. What I bought them for. There just the right size not too big, not too small and work for items larger than itself. With a 10 KG limit they get the job done in almost every case 99.9% of cases if your a moderate online seller. It also features very useful "hold" and "tare" functions. Hold displays the measured weight once pressed for ten seconds. Tare resets to 0.0 say if you're on an uneven surface or turned it on whilst your hand was on the top.
The mac software at least is extremely basic and does not always work. This takes the fun out hooking it up to USB other than using that to power it.
I bought the scales specifically for their USB connectivity and wanted to use them without Dymo's own software. They appear to the computer as a HID-compliant device, and reading the value is fairly simple. However, for whatever reason, I could not read negative values through the USB connection, at least without Dymo's own software.