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Rapala Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale

   

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Super accurate and ultra convenient, the Rapala® Mini 50 lb. Digital scale is sized to easily fit in your tackle box, glove box or pocket. Just hang your catch on the Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale's chrome plated hook and in seconds get a precise digital reading in pounds or kilograms. The Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale's water-resistant design ensures accurate measurements even if it's accidentally dropped in the water. Plus, the scale offers a 4 minute shutoff feature which ensures long-life with one 9V battery (not included).

  • Pocket size mini scale
  • Super accurate and convenient
  • Easy-to-read digital display
  • 400 hour life per battery
  • Tare weight
  • Chrome plated hook
  • Water-resistant construction
  • Pounds or kilogram measure
  • 4 minute shutoff feature
Rapala Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale 3.2 5 25 25
Nice addition to tackle box! First turned it on and it would read meteric kg. Turned it off and then back on with a double-click and it changed to pounds. It has been fun to use with me and my kids. Now we know what we really caught. June 30, 2010
Awful battery life I purchased two of these Rapala Digital scales and wish I didn't. The Scale works well and is accurate ( I verified it). However, after installing brand new alkaline (good) batteries two times and using the scales a few times, letting it sit for two weeks, the scale doesn't work!!! We determined the scales must discharge the 9V batteries even while not in use and then the battery is dead. When you want to use it on your next fishing trip, the scale will not work. Therefore, you must discconnect the 9V battery after using it. Not very convenient and another thing to remember. Our past Berkley scales worked the whole summer plus on the same battery. August 22, 2010
Great bang for the buck! I just received the scale therefore did not test it on the water, but so far I am very happy. I checked the accuracy using various household items (salt, flour, etc) and compared to the kitchen scale. This rapala scale seems to be very accurate. It doesn't show fractions of the ounces but I doubt you will ever need that. In addition I also used 5lbs and 10 lbs gym weights and the accuracy was great. This rapala can display weight in 2 units (3 modes) Mode 1: XX . XXX KG Mode 2: XX . XXX Lbs Mode 3 XX LBS XX Ounces The only con is that it doesn't seem to be waterproof, but that's not a big deal! July 23, 2009
nice great scale accurate and nice size nice improvement on other scales February 4, 2009
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what's mean err1?

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I have a 25 kg Mini Digital Scale and when I try to use it, the only thing appear is Err1.

Somebody can help me ?

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call the company
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we suggest returning/exchanging the item to the dealer where it was purchased if defective. If this is not an option, this item comes with a one year warranty against manufacturer’s defects with a proof of purchase. This does not include normal wear and tear. We have provided a link below to our warranty page for your convenience.
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http://www.rapala.com/content/rapala-warranties/customer-warranty-information.html?id=1
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tenths or oz

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does this scale measure in tenths of a pound or in oz? EX: would it say 5.5lbs or 5lbs 8oz?
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Thank you for your question!

This scale has the ability to measure in pounds or kilograms.
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tenths
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It is tenths of a lb. and would say 5.5lbs. I have had mine for at least 4-5 yrs and it is still working fine and giving an accurate weight. At various times, I weigh a sack of flour just to test its accuracy. It will also weigh in killograms if you like.
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Both. You can set it to kg's, lbs, or lbs&oz

Lbs would show 5.5lbs and lbz&oz would show the 5lbs 8oz
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put the hook in its gill plate. dosnt hurt them
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Just slide the hook UNDER the gill plate. No need to stick hook into fish.
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u gotta hook under the lip but avoid the gills. on a bass put the hook under the gill plate but avoid the fleshy red parts it could hurt the fish
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get bottom lip use thumb to make an indention and put hook in the indention do not puncture skin.
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for me, i place the hook of the scale through the gill plate BEING VERY CAREFUL NOT TO TOUCH THE ACTUAL GILLS. this scale is very quick and shouldnt take no more than a second to display the weight. that is the safest way, rather than putting the hook through the fish's mouth.. no need for that
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well... If its a bass, you can hook it through the soft tissue by the lip, but you risk injuring and stressing the fish more. Or you can use in conjunction with a weigh bag, net, or a lip gripper.
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I can not get the scale to register anything but kg.
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Here's what has worked for me with the Rapala Mini 50:
To change from Kg. to Lb. hold down button until '888' begins to appear. Then, before 8's disappear, tap button once. Should go to lbs.

Tapping twice will change back to Kg.
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The packaging or website explains how to change the scale from kg to Lbs. I believe you have to push and hold the power button down until the units in use flashes, then tap the power button again to switch between kg and Lbs and back again etc. You should only have to do this one time. Good Luck!
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when you turn it on and you see the numbers flashing, press the button twice switching you from kg to lb.
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When the scale first turns on, the digits flash for a few seconds. If you press the power button again while the digits are flashing, it should change from kg to lbs.
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when you first turn the scale on, the display will blink twice. after it blinks, hit the button and you should see it change from KG to LB
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You can go from kgs to lbs, and to lbs - ozs (3 different screens). Hold the "on" button down right on the corner. As soon as the screen starts flashing the info, release the button and start pressing and releasing the button. It will go from kgs, to lbs, to lbs / ozs with each press of the button, and will continue to cycle through the choices until you stop pressing the on button. If you go to Rapala's website you are wasting time. I bought mine as part of a Rapala package, and no instructions came with it. I just fooled with it until I figured it out (we were in the same boat) I hope that this helps. kgs is the setting only if you don't choose another one.
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Press the "ON" button (located on top right hand corner of scale) to turn on scale, while the numbers are blinking press the "ON" button again to select lbs or kg. Once selected, wait for numbers to flash. Now the scale is ready to use. (these directions are on the box)

"When using this scale for catch and release (preferably), it is best to use a wet towel or non abraisive container with plenty of room for the fish, the scale does have tare weight for this purpose. This will avoid contact with gills that can likely injure the fish."
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