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Rapala ProGuide Digital Fishing Scales

   

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Designed by anglers for anglers, this water-resistant ProGuide™ Fishing Scale by Rapala® has everything a fisherman could need. Large digital display has a back light with light indicator, allowing you to see the large display numbers in almost any condition. Outstanding memory function stores the weight of up to 8 fish and calculates total weight. Also features a battery life indicator, tare weight, 500-hour life battery, a retractable handle and a stainless steel hook. Uses one 9V battery (not included).

  • Water resistant
  • Large digital display
  • Backlight
  • 500-hour battery life

Note: Fishing Scale reads kilogram accuracy to a + or - 3 ounces.

Rapala ProGuide Digital Fishing Scales 3.5 5 42 42
Cheap & Recommended After reading around the reviews, I could not decide because not all scales work right out of the box. I haven't been able to use it, but until the moment where we were concerned with our suitcase weights before we went to airport. We weighted our suitcases, one was 37 and the other was 43. We went to airport, and this scale was accurate right on the nose! Caught a fish later, and weighted 2 lbs. Love the scale! March 30, 2011
Save your money! I thought it looked like the answer. Me and a friend both purchased one different times of the year. Both failed within a season. They keep reading different weights on the same fish. I put a 5 lb weight on it and it reads 2,3,5 etc all different. I had a 5 lb. bass on it and it read 2.lb.11 0z. see attached photo.I used a spring loaded one to verify the weight and was ready to toss the Rapala in the lake. Its a real waste of money according to both of us. I am really dissappointed in it. Stick with spring tension. Joe December 27, 2007
good scale i have used this scale for at least 3 years now. i replace the battery every spring and have no troubles with it. i also carry the berkely scale and they read a couple ounces close if not the same. i dont think u can go wrong for 30 bucks. if u dont replace the battery it'll read inacurate. bear in mind most the fish i weigh are bass under 5 lbs. with the ocassional catfish or pike slightly bigger, so i cannot vouch for it weighing heavier fish say over 10lbs. May 14, 2010
simple digital scale. its easy to use. not alot o money, and it lasts fror a long time. the only proble i have with is that when the fish swing it throws the measurement off but that is a simple thing to fix. January 4, 2009
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This is for measuring length for slot limits, not weight.
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Per the manufacturer: This unit can measure in either pounds or kilograms.
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I was just messing with mine i think its just LBS
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yes they read in lbs . i didnt even know it read in kg
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No they both are the same as for accurate
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i have used the 15 and 50lb scale at the same time and they say the same weight.
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The digital scales are accurate no matter their range, compared to the older spring scales.
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