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Bass Pro Shops Grip Master with 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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A great tool I used this in Canada on a Walleye and Northern fishing trip. Caught a couple hundred fish and this grabber never failed me. I had many a walleye over 25 inches, up to 31inches and Northerns up to 34 inches. This grabber was was fast and held true. Quickly grabbed the Northerns by the lower lip and held on tight, never lost a one, after the fish was on the grabber anyway. Not to sure on the weight scale. Said a 31 inch Walleye that weighed 7 pounds and it was fat and heavy to lift. I am sure it was more than that. The 34 inch northern weighed in at about six pounds on the grabber and I knew it had to be heavier. I should have used weights to check the weight scale prior to the trip. I recommend doing that. Overall, a great device for the price. Especially on fish with the type of teeth you you don't want to grab with your fingers. August 24, 2008
Grip Master scale I very excited to receive. My new scale.the very next day I took a beach ride at sun up in search of striped bass and was rewarded with a 37 1/2 incher the jaws on the grip master held strong on the lower jaw of the fish and the easy to read scale measured just shy of 18 lbs so I brought it to my local anglers club to check on their IGFA certified scale the fish weighed 17 lb 14 oz I am very happy with your product and would definitely recommend it. July 29, 2013
OK???? Not very impressed with this. I had it in the package over the winter. I guess i was expecting to much. It's heavy compared to digital scales. The scale starts of with 1 lb. increments. Makes it hard to get a wt. on smaller fish if ya had that in mind. The kids i was with wanted to weigh everything. I guess I would just reccomend the Berkley digital scale. I have used that for 2 years and wish I would have saved my money and not got this scale August 8, 2008
BPS Grip Master w/scale Good quality product. Solid construction, easy to operate. I like that it swivels and also that it has a wrist lanyard. Scale is pretty accurate, not dead on but good enough for the weekend anglers (myself) that like to keep tabs on what they're catching. Also for buddies that want to do a little bit of friendly betting. Got it on sale so that was a bonus, I think I'd still buy it for full price though. July 31, 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
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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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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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