GemPro 250 Digital Scale

$154.95 $119.95

U.S. Orders Only

This is the Digital Scale that I sold to my Dillon Precision customers when I was a dealer for them for many years.

I also have on sale, for $129.95, the GemPro 300 Scale on amazon.

Out of stock



The GemPro 250 Digital Scale has a 50 gram capacity (770 grains) and is accurate to .02 grains! It carries a LIFETIME manufactures warranty. (U.S. Sales only.)

It is compact: 5.25″ x 3.75″ x 2.5″ – and includes tare, calibration, and programmable auto-off functions.


  • AC Adapter (batteries not included)
  • Weighing and powder tray
  • 20 gram F2 class calibration weight
  • VibraKill® Pad
  • Hard plastic storage case

I also include an “ANTISTAT” Powder Pan. It is molded with an anti-static compound, so powder will not stick to it. (I do not sell the Powder Pans individually.)

Unlike some more expensive scales, it will weigh with “trickled” powder.

The hinged windscreen protects against drafts, allowing for accurate readings.

Note for running it on batteries only: I’ve heard reports from several customers that this scale is a “battery hog.” So if you you plan to run it on batteries only, I would not recommend purchasing this scale.

700 grains 0.02 grains
50 grams 0.001 grams
1.75 ounces 0.00005 ounces
1.6 troy ounces 0.00005 troy ounces
32 pennyweights 0.001 pennyweight
250 carats 0.005 carats


  • Lifetime warranty!
  • Backlit display
  • Stainless steel tray for easy cleaning
  • Adjustable auto-off feature (in battery mode)
  • ASTM Class F2 calibration weight
  • AC Adaptor
  • Tare Function
  • Hinged windscreen
  • Reads accurately with “trickled” powder

Specs & Dimensions:

  • 5.25″ x 3.75″ x 2.5″
  • Tray Size: 1.8″ (round)
  • Weight: .5 lb.

Warrany Procedure:
If your scale is defective when you receive it, I will send you a new scale.

PLEASE KEEP THE SCALE’S MANUAL. If your scale requires service, send the scale to the warranty center in Phoenix, AZ. They will repair it or send you a new scale within a few days. (The warranty procedure is in the scale’s manual.)