Weston 20# Spring Scale
Perfect for the angler or hunter
20 pound capacity x 1/2 pound resolution
|"In A Nutshell"|
|Scale Size||8.5" x 0.75" diameter|
|Mode: Pounds||Capacity:20 lb||Resolution:1/2 lb|
Convenient Weight Marker When ya give this spring scale a tug, the weight marker will slide to the appropriate weight and stay there until ya move it back to zero. This will help ya out when you're weighing items that are a little on the heavy side. Load, weigh, unload, check your weights...it's really simple.
This Thing Sure Is Durable This mechanical scale was built to last. Inside the corrosion resistant housing you'll find stainless steel components that are attached to the stainless steel weighing hook and hanger. Whether ya want to use this as a fishing scale, hunting scale, bow scale, or just a great general purpose scale, you're good to go with this Weston.
LIFETIME MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY This Weston scale comes with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects.
It looks like a beautiful website, but I could not get through the check out. After 4 tries and 1/2 hour, I quit.Reviewed by: jerry spaulding from Auburn MA on (9/15/2015)
Just like the other reviews I read so far this is a very simple product and is easy to use. The best feature is the weight marker that allows you to determine the force after you unload the scale. I have absolutely no problems to report with this product. The service from Old Will Knott Scales was great and the standard USPS shipping was fast.Reviewed by: Matthew J Lotito from Chesapeake VA on (4/4/2014)
Well built, does exactly what I want. It is indeed a great price too. I bought it for setting down rigger release tension. My wife is a teacher and I recommend it for teachers too needing classroom spring scales for science lessons.Reviewed by: Brad Nicke; from Puyallup, WA on (11/7/2013)
I am not sure how to use this scale properly. I had to file the end of the hook to a point so I could insert it through the lower lip of the bass I catch in order to weigh them. I was told at a sporting goods store that if I hooked the bass on the scale through the gills I would kill them. The fish are alive and flopping about, but with a sharp point on the hook of the scale, they are much easier to weight. Other than that, the scale is as advertised.Reviewed by: Claude Smith from Madison, WI on (7/29/2012)
The scales worked well. The price was right too! Thanks much, Dwight MooreReviewed by: Dwight Moore from San Antonio, Tx on (2/21/2012)
Questions and Answers
A: Hey there Keith,
The body is made of corrosion resistant, anodized aluminum. The inner components are made of stainless steel, along with the hook and the handle. The scale is accurate to within .5 pounds. The scale has an adjustment screw near the hook for limited calibration function, however it is primarily used to set the scale to zero. It has a maximum capacity of 20 pounds.