EconoScale™ Fish Scales

   

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  • Non-slip rubber grip
  • Adjustable nylon wrist straps
  • Rugged ABS handles

Receive quick and accurate fish weights with the high-quality EconoScale™ Fish Scale. Scale features comfortable, non-slip rubber grip, adjustable nylon wrist straps, tough ABS handles, corrosion-resistant finish, a premium stainless spring and stainless steel jaws. Manufacturer's limited one-year warranty.

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works fine Everybodys says the scale doesent work but it needs to be lubricated with WD40 or something cus after i did that to mine its very accurate. a gallon of milk weights between 8.5 punds or 8.7 pounds depending on fat content and mine weights 1% milk at 8.5 pounds. how much it weights exactly. so this if a very good tool if you ut some oil on the scale part to keep the metal on metal contact low August 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by O.K. It's good for holding fish but not weighting them... April 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Good when NOT used to weigh fish This product is great for grabbing the toothed critters but don't rely on the scale. Weighed the same fish 3 times and all 3 weights were significantly different. Gave up after 3 fishing trips. Spend the money and get a digital scale. April 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Returned the item Anxious to have a scale to measure fish. Once I received the scale, put it to test with a 1lb weight and 2lb weight. 1lb weight did not measure at all, 2lb weight barely moved scale. Took fishing in hopes that would measure, would not measure 16"-18" bass at all. Returned item for refund. June 27, 2012
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oil the slideing part
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No, its a inbuilt spring, its a gripper, thats about it. Forget the scale part of it.
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is it digital or what

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No its not didital, there are lines marked on the gripper that is revealed as the spring is stretched, the lines are marked with numbers indicating the weight.
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No it's a spring scale with numbers etched on the shank of the scale in 1/4 pound increments. The best thing about this scale is you can attach it to something to give you free hands to get the hook out or get your camera ready or what have you. best bang for the buck in my opinion. Digital scales are too problematic.
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yes ,I got mine from bass pro, the scale part of it is way off though.
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Yes i bought mine in nc.
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