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EconoScale Fish Scales

   

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  • $17.99

  • SKU: 1338596

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  • $21.99

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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.

  • Non-slip rubber grip
  • Adjustable nylon wrist straps
  • Rugged ABS handles
EconoScale Fish Scales 3.1 5 26 26
cost effective buy The econolipper does very well at its main job, holding the fish secure while giving you a chance to unhook and take some photos. It appears to be solidly constructed as well. It is long enough to give you some safety room from sharp-toothed fish but still compact and light enough to be carried easily in a pocket or attached to a belt loop via the lanyard. The only criticism is that on the 25 lb model which I ordered the scale only measures in 1 lb increments. A scale measuring by 1/4 lbs would have been just as easy to make. I do not know if the 15 lb model is the same way. Overall a good product for handling fish but I cannot give it the top score due to the scale issues. February 6, 2007
Excellent Gripper, Poor Scale This is great for grabbing hold of your catch and helps prevent you from getting hooks or teeth in your fingers (if your caught one of those toothy critters). Once you've got the fish grabbed with this it isn't going anywhere. Its a lot easier to practice CPR (catch, picture, release) when you use one of these. They should change the name to EconoGripper. The "scale" is pretty much worthless. April 12, 2009
Poor Accuracy I purchased this catch and release scale to weigh fish mostly in the area of 1-10 pounds. When I recently caught a nice size striped bass and weighed him, the scale registered 4.5 pounds. To me it seemed the fish weighed more. When I got home I weighed two hand barbells, each weighing three pounds and instead of registering six pounds, the scale registerd four (4) pounds. Quite a bit of inaccuracy, at this low scale reading. Don't know if it would have got better (more accurate) for larger size/weight fish but, figured it should be accurate throughout it's advertised range of up to 20 pounds. Returned it and bought a BassPro (also manual) model. June 15, 2011
Great buy The EconoLipper is a great tool. I use it everytime I go out. The stainless steel construction makes it very durable in harsh saltwater conditions. My only complaint is that: I wish they had a model that measured a heavier weight. I now it works on the big ones, it held up a 45" redfish just fine, just had to weight the fish with another scale. July 11, 2007
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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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