I have a MyWeigh i1200 that's worked perfectly for 8 or 10 years now. Price is higher than I remember at about $100 from saveonscales.com. If you don't need super accuracy no reason to pay for it. This i1200 is rated to 1200 grams with 0.1 gram precision. It came with a 1 kg calibration weight. They have models with lower total rating that cost less. The i500 has a 500 gram capacity (1.1 pounds) and 0.1g precision for about $60. 0.1 grams is only a couple of drops of water so plenty of precision for lures and components. If you need to weigh small parts (hooks, swivels, etc.) you can weigh 10 or 20 at a time to get down to 0.01 gram accuracy. One thing I like is the large, flat top so you can easily weigh parts, etc. that stick out way past the edges. Think a lot about what you want to be able to use the scale for. I use mine to measure food items, lures and components, RTV/catalyst, even my Plaster of Paris/water mixtures up to a couple of pounds of Plaster of Paris. If you think you only need precision down to about 1gram, you can go with a postal scale. Those tend to be less expensive and have higher capacity. I've got one of those that's good to about 30 lbs. The ultra-precise scales used for reloading top out in the 100 gram range. That's only around 4 oz...not enough capacity for things like RTV or Plaster of Paris for lure making.