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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.

Bass Pro Shops® Grip Master™ with Scale 4.2 5 36 36
grip master/scale Exactly what I was looking for .Works great would recommend it very highly.Also fast shipping. September 2, 2010
scale grips Scale is suprisingly accurate and once the fish is clamped in the scale jaws no slipping out at all. Gripper is also easy to clean and no rust so far on any of the surfaces. July 13, 2010
great item to have on board works perfectly. great to use especially when bringing in pike, or muskie, or similar fish witih sharp teeth. saves the hands and you do not have to handle the fish. July 2, 2010
Great gripper I used this gripper the other day for several largemouth bass. The gripper was easy to use and the weight for the fish seemed to be accurate. I had a Berkley gripper before this one that was much harder to use. May 6, 2010
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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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11 1/2 inches
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It's right at a foot long.
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I have not measured it, but it would seem to be within 12 to 14 inches.
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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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8 - 81/2 inches
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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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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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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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