My scale can't make up its mind
I have a Primo Escali that I got for Mother's Day and I'm mostly happy with it. But sometimes it can't seem to make up its mind. I weigh something at--say--60 grams, then turn to pick up the next ingredient. When I look at the scale again, now it says 61 grams. Then a second later it returns to 60 grams.
I suspect this is happening when I'm "in between" grams--say the weight of that particular ingredient is actually 60.5 grams but since the scale measures only to the whole gram it "waffles". I know for 50 or more grams wieghed, 0.5 grams more or less is not going to make a huge difference, and that it's not going to be totally reliable for very small measurements like salt and yeast. So I'm OK with using volume for those (though I would love to have a second set of measuring spoons so I don't get yeast in my salt or salt in my yeast!).
Is my half gram theory correct, or is there a problem with my scale?