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Bass Pro Shops Grip Master with Scale

   

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30 lb. Scale

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Safely handle fish, and thanks to a built-in scale, you can weigh fish up to 30 lbs. in 2-lb. increments. Bass Pro Shops® Grip Master™ comes complete with self-adjusting jaws, a slip-resistant swivel handle that prevents damage to the fish, and an adjustable wrist strap. Stainless steel construction.

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grip master/scale Exactly what I was looking for .Works great would recommend it very highly.Also fast shipping. September 2, 2010
Just what I needed It worked good on a 40" musky. I didn't have to worry about injuring the fish with a net. June 14, 2013
Gripmaster This Product Is Great!! no problems on toothy critters and the scale is great also. March 15, 2011
Works great I use this gripmaster to hold muskys for a safe and easy realese works great August 2, 2011
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I mean from the top of the grip to the bottom of the jaws, just to know if it fits on my toolbox. Thanks in advance
4 years, 2 months ago
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This is 11-3/4" in length.
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I just measured it at almost12 inches total length - and that's the minimum space you will need available to fit it in your tackle-box.
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is the scale extremely accurate?
is there enough space between the pound numbers to judge half and quarter pounds?
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If you need that much accuracy get a digital scale. its close and the tape measure is awesome. if warden pulls you & your scale says legal and his says no, then you have proof that yours says legal, you weren't intentionally ignoring the law.
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no, its for aprox. weigths
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no it's not that exact
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From my experience, this scale is accurate to the pound. You can tell a 5 pounder from a 6 pounder, but not much beyond that.
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not really but you can certainly guesstimate
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The scale is indeed accurate as I tested it by weighing my Olympic weight plates. However you will have to be content rounding off to the nearest pound as the markings are few and hard to read.
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yes. for every day use it is great. for tournement fishing probably not.
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not sure but it's no where near heavy. super comfortable
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max 32 pounds
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It weighs about a pound, maybe a pound and a half.
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I would estimate around a pound - light enough to carry in your tackle box.
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its very light. i have some arthritis in my
hands and i can use it with no problem
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is the scale digital?

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is the scale digital
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no
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This scale is not digital, it's a spring style scale with a sliding indicator that moves up and down the scale with weight.
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no, the digital costs more, this is on the handle and fairly easy to read.
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No, the scale is not digital.
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Can this be calibrated?

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I see most of the complaints about this item relate to the scale's inaccuracy. Is there a way to calibrate this scale?

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No. They calibrate it at the factory during construction, but it cannot be re-calibrated by the consumer.
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I don't think so, but unless you are needing to be really precise, it seems close enough for me.
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not that i can see
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The scale looks like it is factory set and has no adjustment.
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No there is no adjustment to tune the scale. I weighed packages of meat that had there weight on the label. The scale was roughly what the labels said. You can't really complain with a mechanical scale. Just purchase the digital one from Berkley it will cost more.
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