CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - It is a real frustration when you're headed to the airport to take a trip and you're just not sure if your luggage will exceed the weight requirement.
You could throw it on a home scale to check but sometimes the bulky bags just won't stay upright long enough to get a proper reading.
That's where the baggage scale with tape measure comes in.
It promises to help you beat those excess weight charges.
Kristen and Ashley gave it a try on WBTV News Saturday Morning.
They purchased the scale at the As Seen on TV Store for $10.