I do have the Tor Ray scale and it works fine, but it doesn’t weigh in grams. It also doesn’t let me weigh 10 lbs. If I have a dough formulation that calls for 11 lbs. of flour, or more, then I have to weigh the flour in two containers. I also need to take my smaller Taylor digital scale if I want to weigh something in grams at market and also need to take my AWS-100 to market if I want to weigh anything that is really small in grams or ounces. Usually I don’t have to take my others scales to market if I just want to weigh ingredients for dough, but I wanted to let any members know that the Tor Ray scale doesn’t weigh in grams.