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Park Tool Digital Scale - DS-1

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    Not for weighing drugs.

    The Park Tool DS-1 isn’t really all about weighing your bike. It can weight your bike, of course—it will weigh anything up to 55 lbs, but it’s so accurate that it can weigh individual components down to 20 gram increments. That’s where it really shines. You can weigh each part to build the ultimate lightweight ride. Its accuracy is rated to within 0.005%. The DS-1 is designed to clamp into a bicycle work stand, or you can use the loop to hang it from the ceiling, a door frame, or anywhere else.

    • Weighs anything up to 55 lbs
    • Accurate to within 0.005%
    • Displays grams, ounces, or pounds
    • Silicone-coated frame hook
    • Batteries included
    • Item #PAR0095

    Tech Specs

    Load Capacity
    55 lbs
    Recommended Use
    weighing your bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I purchased this after many of years relying on the bike shop to do my dirty work for me. That wasn't convenient so I purchased this and now have torn almost every bike down to weigh each component. Now I need the other scale for the smaller parts that just aren't easy to weigh with the hooks. Love having it however because now I do know the exact weight of each bike.

    Accurate when set-up correctly...

      ...which is difficult to do. Getting the two hooks under the top tube of an XC or road bike is one thing, but can be difficult with a bigger bike. Play around and you'll usually find a spot. Lower shaft fits perfectly in a Park repair stand.