Weight of devices

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    How much heavier is a metal device vs a plastic device? I'm thinking of getting a mature metal device to replace my CB6000. Mainly because I want something that can be worn 24/7 and be cleaned while wearing.

    Can you put it in terms of common items? oz's, pounds, etc don't mean much to me...
     
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    hey

    the device im selling with medium ring and lock, weighs a pound or 28 grams, a can of soda weighs 38 grams. hope this helps.
     
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    We have a Mature Metal device and to me, it is about the same weight as the CB6k
     
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    Something wrong here - a pound is 454 grams and a can of soda is certainly not just 38 grams. Sorry about that - not trying to be rude.
     
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    At least someone paying attention...sorry, the display on my scale it hard to read. So an ounce is roughly 28 grams, not a pound. Also a can of soda is 380 grams, and the device as described above is 280 grams. Sorry for the bad info.
     
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