Wednesday, 05 August 2009 18:58

EuroCatfisher Digital Scales from Fisherking


This brand new product EuroCatfisher Digital Scales comes from a company called Fisherking. They are real beasties capable of registering up to a mighty 200kg. Don't worry if you don't catch fish like that, there is also a 100kg version.

EuroCatfisher Digital ScalesBeing digital, the scales offer such features as metric or imperial measures, large backlit display, a "hold" button which keeps the weigh reading visible for 10 seconds, an overload indication and an auto power off function, which turns the scale off after 120 seconds.

Both weigh in 50g divisions and are powered by two AA batteries. A handy low voltage indication on screen makes the scales easy to use.

Weighing fish in the region of either 100kg or even 200kg in weight naturally takes a weighing device that has to be mega strong. The EuroCatfisher is up to the job, being made of solid steel plate and incredible heavy-duty wiegh hooks.

These are extremely well manufactured and should easily stand up to the job in hand.


Prices and where to Buy:
Exclusively available from Fisherking
72 Chestergate
Chester SK11 7DY

Price: £69.99 plus p & p

For more information or to purchase The EuroCatfisher Digital Scales online, please visit the Fisherking website at:

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