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Bear Paw Electric Scaler

   

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This Bear Paw® Electric Scaler has its own motor to make quick, light work of scaling fish. The scaling head revolves and deflects all scales downward without cutting the fish or causing injury to your hands. It is completely safe, and features an extra-hard Teflon®-impregnated coating for quick, easy cleanup. 36'' flexible drive cord; rust- and saltwater-resistant. 110V.

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excellent This is the best tool for scaling fish that i have seen or used in my lifetime. July 11, 2007
Best scaler on the market I had a Bear Paw scaler for 25 plus years, well built and durable it started slowing down so I bought a new one. The new Bear Paw seems to be stronger and the motor is a little larger witch I think was a good idea. I would recommend the scaler to anyone who cleans lots of fish. A good product built in the USA. June 12, 2013
a nifty gadget This is the best investment for fishing i've ever made ! It makes scaling perch so much quicker and cleaner ! January 16, 2013
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i would imagine you plug it in.
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There is not a battery option for this item. It will need to be plugged in to operate.
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