The mic came with a cert of inspection. The numbers look good. The mic is a tad heavier than my dead Mitutoyo, and a bit of boxy side with thick side profile. I've to get used to holding it to operate the lever.
My feel about this mic? Frankly, I'm not as impressed as those who reviewed it on YouTube. Using it is faster than a normal mic but I didn't get the zero reading all the time when the anvils were closed, though I did get 8 out of 10 readings. The readings were within specs though, under 0.003mm. Unlike the Mits, the plastic parts feel rather... "plastic"... lol. China-made feel is the best way to describe this. There is no mention of where it was made, so I couldn't be sure. Came with 2 batteries (1 installed in the mic). Oh, did I mention that the LCD is a little dim?
Included in the box is a rubber cup with ball bearing. It is to be placed on the anvil for measuring on irregular surfaces (I think...).
Maybe it's the familiarity of feel of the Mitutoyo mic that I felt clumsy when using the IGaging. Gonna turn some pen bushings soon for 2 pen styles. It will be put to more use and hopefully, I'll get the hang of it.