Weigh your inventory.

Say "Goodbye" to inaccurate inventory using all of those guess how much is left in the bottle or keg methods.

BC5000 Liquor Weigh Scale
BC5000 Weigh Scale

A light, compact, and affordable scale that can be used with Bar Cop and voice command for data entry.

  has a weight capacity of 11 lbs.
  dimensions are 8" x 5.5" x 1.5"
  powered by AC adaptor or 3 AA's
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BC1000 Bar Inventory Scale
BC1000 weigh scale

A large scale that weighs bottles or food. Enter inventory with voice command into Bar Cop software.

  has a weight capacity of 30 lbs.
  dimensions are 12" x 12" x 4"
  powered by recharged battery
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BC200 Keg Inventory Scale
BC200 keg scale

A compact keg scale that can weigh half barrel kegs and enter weights in Bar Cop with voice command.

  has a weight capacity of 440 lbs.
  dimensions are 12.4" x 11" x 1.5"
  powered by AC adaptor or 3 C's
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BC200XL Keg Weigh Scale
BC200XL keg scale

A large keg scale that can weigh up to half barrel kegs and enter weight data quickly using voice command.

  has a weight capacity of 440 lbs.
  dimensions are 20.5" x 16" x 1.5"
  powered by AC adaptor or 3 C's
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BC8200 Bar Weigh Scale
BC8200 weigh scale

A high quality scale that transfers weights via USB directly into the Bar Cop inventory software.

  has a weight capacity of 18 lbs.
  dimensions are 8" x 8.8" and 2"
  powered by AC adaptor or 4 AA
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Common Questions
What is an inventory weigh scale?

An inventory weigh scale is an electronic device that records the weight  of a bottle or keg. Once an open bottle or tapped keg is weighed, that weight must be entered into Bar Cop to determine your actual product usage and to help detect theft. Inventory scales on their own are not a complete inventory system.

Why should I weigh my products?

You have two options when taking inventory, weighing products with a scale or point counting (also known as "weightless inventory", "eye-balling", or "tenthing"). Weighing your inventory is the only way to accurately determine how much product you are losing to theft, over-pouring, free drink giveaways, etc.

What's the main difference between weighing and point counting?

When you point count, you are visually estimating the product level in a bottle. Factors like bottle shape, glass color, liquor color, and glass thickness all play a role in visual deception making the average margin of error when point counting around 15%. Weighing has under a 2% margin of error.

So what does all this mean for your inventory? Real profit loss and theft detection is found by looking at your variance percent which you want to be under 5%. As your variance rises over 5% you can attribute it to profit being lost. Because the inaccuracy of point counting can inflate or deflate your variance percent, it is impossible to know how much profit you are actually losing or how bad of a theft problem you really have.

Now you can still point count in the Bar Cop software if you want to and there are acceptable reasons to point count certain products - you know that bottle of Galliano sitting on the shelf that gets used once a year... sure point count it. But if you want to be serious about your inventory management and really want to stop theft, we highly recommend that you weigh.

Are most inventory apps just point counting?

If the app has a picture of a bottle, with a slider that you move up and down to the product level that you are visually looking at on a bottle.... yes, it's just another way to point count. The fact is, no matter what type of inventory software you use, if you are not weighing products then you are guessing your inventory counts.

Isn't weighing going to take a long time?

Not with Bar Cop. In fact, you can weigh and still cut down your inventory time to a fraction of what you're used to. How? By using voice command with Bar Cop. Inventory using your voice... it's simple to do. All you need is a good headset and Microsoft's free speech recognition software installed on your computer to get started. You can optionally use a USB weigh scale to transfer weights to Bar Cop in seconds.

How long does it take to receive a scale?

All orders are shipped UPS ground. In stock scales are shipped the same day when ordered before 2pm CST Monday-Friday. Orders placed after 2pm Monday-Thursday will ship the next day. Orders placed after 2pm on Friday and orders placed over the weekend will ship the following Monday.

You should receive your scale within 2-5 business days from the time of shipping. We only ship to the lower 48 US states. If you would like to order a scale outside the lower 48, please read our shipping policy.

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