My Weigh has discontinued the MHS-50 and we're all out. Check out our other hanging scales.
My Weigh MHS-50 Mechanical Hanging Scale
Simple utility scale with built in tape measure
50 pound capacity x 0.5 pound resolution
|"In A Nutshell"|
|Power ||None |
|Main Color ||Black |
|Display ||Dial |
|Tare Feature ||No |
|Weighs With ||Hook |
|Platform Size ||N/A |
|Scale Size ||7.5" x 3" |
with handle and hook extended
|Weighing Modes ||2 |
|Mode: ||Capacity: ||Resolution: |
|Kilograms ||22 kg ||0.2 kg |
|Pounds ||50 lb ||0.5 lb |
Dual Reading DialYou can weigh your things in both pounds and kilograms at the same time. How? The MHS fishing scale has a dual reading dial that displays your weights in both units at the same time.
Built In Tape MeasureWith this mechanical shipping scale, you can weigh and measure your items at the same time thanks to the built in tape measure. This can sure come in handy in all sorts of applications...you can measure over three feet.
This Thing Sure Is DurableTake this scale with ya when ya go hunting, throw it in your tackle box to measure your fish, or keep it in your tool box for general weighing. Whatever ya use this hanging scale for, you can be sure you're dealing with a durable scale.
30 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTYIf ya have a problem with this scale, just send it to MyWeigh's warranty center in Phoenix, Arizona. They'll fix or replace your scale and send it on its way back to ya within a week of receiving it. You should expect your replacement to arrive in about two to three weeks from the day you send the original off. Keep in mind that sometimes MyWeigh runs out of stock, which can cause a delay in the warranty replacement process.
Overall Customer Rating:
from 7 customer reviews.
I suppose there isn't much point in writing a review for a product that has been discontinued and is out of stock. I purchased it to weigh hay to feed the horse. I have been using it for a few weeks now and am unsure about it. When I put a full bucket of hay on the scale and then add or remove hay it doesn't change the weight on the dial so I am not sure how much it weighs. If I do not add or remove hay while it is hanging, I find the result believable. Guess it is part of the learning curve.
Reviewed by: Christine from Durango, on 9/22/2014
Perfect little CO2 tank scale
I bought this little scale to weigh the CO2 tank on my kegerator. Saved me a good bit of cash not having to buy an additional gauge for the tank. I love this scale. I hang it off the back of my kegerator and perfectly does the trick ! Super fast delivery and great communication too !
Reviewed by: Joel from Miami on 4/12/2014
Perfect for Around the Farm
This is a perfect little scale for around the barn. Attach a bucket to weight grains and other feeds. Attach a hay or plastic bag to weigh hay. It has a handy built in tape measure which I have only used to measure--not sure what I would weigh and measure at the same time but I'm sure it has a use for someone. Very durable. Shipped the same day I ordered. Great company! Thanks :)
Reviewed by: Jennifer from Littleton, CO on 3/9/2014
Great little device. I didn't need anything fancy. Very accurate, lightweight & easy to use. Shipping was very fast (and free!) Considering buying a 2nd one. Thanks so much!
Reviewed by: Jan S. from Massachusetts on 10/21/2013
Thank you, I like the scales. I will be donating them to midwives in Guatemala to weigh infants at birth. I am having to adjust the hook as the slings are slipping off due to the angle ( I am making it a sharper angle using a tool to squeeze it to make it more narrow) as we can't have babies slipping out! I will be ordering more.
Reviewed by: Umma Amina from Oakland, CA on 3/31/2012
MHS-50 Mechanical Hanging Scale
This scale is exactly what I was looking for and has met all my needs for a scale in my barn. I hang it from a peg above the grain can then hang a handled bucket on its hook. Now I can measure the amount of grain I dispense instead of guessing. This scale is the perfect price and size for my needs and I am happy with it.
Reviewed by: Barbara Hickey from Royal Oaks, CA on 1/20/2012
Within a few days of it arriving, the suitcase fell off the scale and sprung the spring and it won't go back to zero and the weight is not accurate!
Reviewed by: Pete Barron from Eugene, OR on 12/11/2011