Lifeventure Luggage Scales


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Luggage Scales

Lifeventure Luggage Scales are perfect for both business and adventure travellers alike.

Featuring a sleek, ergonomic design, the luggage scales have a tactile rubberised finish and a clear, easy-to-read display that changes colour when the scale has registered the weight.

Practical as well as stylish, the scales measure in both kilograms and pounds and have a safe fabric loop for simple handling.

Travel Tip: The illuminated display turns from blue to red with a final reading

  • Features:
  • Ensure luggage is not over airline limits
  • Ergonomic design with rubberised finish
  • Illuminated easy-to-read display
  • Measures in kilograms and pounds
  • Weight: 85g
  • Dimensions: 130 x 45 x 35mm


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