Rapala® Lock 'n Grip™ with Fishing Scale
- All-in-one system
- Retractable handle
- Digital scale for accuracy
- 500-hour battery life
All-in-one system with a lever-style handle that retracts, lifts and releases a fish without adjusting your hand position. Wide gap cam-lock works with freshwater or saltwater fish. Digital scale is accurate and easy to read. Water-resistant design with tare weight, auto shut off and 500-hour battery life (9V battery not included). 25 lb.
Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 7
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cheez Scale not accurate
Overpriced. Scale readings were all over the board. Would not purchase another. The first and only one I owned is at the bottom of Lac Suel attached to a 36" Northern. Slipped out of my hand in 40 ft of water. I was going to return and get my $50.00 back. WAS is the operative word.
March 18, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by dpchirico Inaccurate
Although this tool has a heavy duty, rock solid grip, it has tremendously inconsistent weighing abilities. In theory, once you get it zero'd out, it should be as simple as grabbing the fish, reading the scale with said fish attached, and releasing the fish... Some fish read pounds too heavy, some pounds too light, and some about right - if you and your fish are lucky you won't rip a gaping hole in his mouth in the process. Unlike most Rapala products, please don't bother with this model!
September 11, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by seasalt Not for Catch n Release
The jaws of this brand tear the mouth of the fish doing great harm and should not be used when you are going to release the fish. The jaws on the "Boga Grip" are better suited and Bass Pro Shops sell cheaper versions.
March 6, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Retco03 Nice Combo
I bought this combo a while back. The only issue I had with this was when I tried to open the battery box on the handle, it was stuck. I had to jam a small screwdriver in the opening. I have big hands, so the handle fit me great. the lock'n grip seems to be holing up well and is made of above average quality. It will take you some time so get use to the scale. you have to make sure it is zero out before gripping the fish.
March 1, 2008
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