|Dimensions||900mm x 500mm x 62mm|
|Power supply||Replaceable Batteries|
|Batteries||2 x AAA batteries|
|Battery Life||40 hours of continuous use|
|Weight of scale||5.5kg|
Feefo Reviews - Average 83% (6 reviews)
||top class veterinary scales|
||My dog does not like being weighed at the vets or at pet shops, so decided to purchase my own scales, where I could weigh him at home, in a more relaxed atmosphere. I tried the scales and they worked really well.|
Great product, was cheap for the quality and fast delivery
I would definitely recommend
||Large platform animal scales|
||Ideal scale for my Golden Retriever. Nice and lightweight for me to pick up and store away.|
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What is the V-110?
The V-110 is Marsden’s most affordable high capacity veterinary scale.
This portable, one piece animal scale is suitable for weighing medium and larger animals upto a capacity of 150kg, with digital weight readings are to the nearest 100g. This scale is perfect for veterinary surgeries, travelling pet weighing services, animal shelters and even home use.
What are the V-110's key features?
The V-110’s large platform yet lightweight design makes it perfect for weighing larger animals upto 150kg. A one piece design means that it’s easier to transport, and the large integrated LCD display shows the pet’s weight reading clearly. Weight readings can be shown in kg/g or lb.
Use the Hold function to stablise the weight reading on the display, ideal if you’re unable to keep the animal still.
The scale is easy to clean, an essential feature when weighing pets!
Just two AAA batteries power the V-110, lasting upto 40 hours.
What is an ideal pet weight?
How much your cat or dog should weigh will depend on their age and breed. However it is important to keep regular track of your pet’s weight using an accurate weighing scale. The British Small Animal Veterinary Association says that owners should weigh their pet and pet food portions regularly.
The weight of a pet can be an early indication of poor health, yet pet obesity is ‘the number one issue facing vets’.
Where can I find out more?
You can find out more about the V-110 by speaking to the Marsden team.