Baker Grip'n'weigh

Priced: $44.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Visit our Daily Deals for great products at low prices.
Baker Grip'n'weigh -
No more guesswork when it comes to sizing up those big catches. Integrated spring scale is calibrated for pounds and kilograms. High-grade stainless steel shaft and jaws provide superior durability and corrosion resistance. Heavy-duty jaws open wide and automatically lock when the trigger is released. Other features include an adjustable wrist lanyard and soft-touch textured handle for a sure grip, even when it's wet. The handle grip rotates a full 360º for optimal positioning and control.
Available weighing capacities: 30 lbs., 60 lbs.
Want it cheaper? Set your own price.
Enter the price you want to pay and we'll email or text you if we find a store that will sell it for that amount:
Price: $
Your email:
Cell number: (optional, for text message)
Learn how offers work...
Review RatingNumber of Reviews

Related Categories:


Baker Grip'n'weigh Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best Gripper Ever

I have used other Grips and have had issues with fish slipping out of the jaws or scales not being very accurate. I highly recommend this Grip N Weigh from Baker. Well built with a great handle and jaws that hold from the smallest of panfish to the great salmon we've been catching here on the river. As for the scale I have matched weights or been within a pound or two weighting larger fish with my more expensive electronic scale.
Overall this is a great tool to add to your boat or tackle box.
BigJohn90 at Cabelas on 10/31/2013

Great so far

Bought the 30lb grippers, works great so far. Grips lock when you let off the finger tip triggers. Accurate, tested 3, 5, and 8 pound hand weights and it was 100% on the money.
Not tested it on real fish, but i will edit if anything bad happens.
doubleshotbanks at Cabelas on 07/16/2013

Negative Reviews:

Hate it

I find it impossible to get consistent readings from it. I turn it on and get zero but ther act of opening the jaws throws it off zero 3 or 4 ounces either way. I have been just now using a known weight and trying to find some way to get it to work accurately with no results. Have tried weighing the same fish 3 times and for example got 3# 4oz, 3# 8oz and 3# 10 oz. Just getting ready to get ahold of Baker and ask what the heck is going on. With any scale make sure you check calibration as I have never bought a accurate one from the factory, I used to be a lab tech and did this for a living so I know what I am talking about
Fishingnut57 at Cabelas on 05/08/2013

60# Baker® Grip'N'Weigh

I bought a new pair of 60#Baker® Grip'N'Weigh and they broke withing the first week after weighing a 58lbs cat fish. I would not recommend this product to anyone.
Dadandlad606 at Cabelas on 05/06/2013