Spec­i­men Hunter Scales

Carpworld - - BACK IN THE DAY -

Since it was launched way back in 1989, Reuben Heaton’s flag­ship Spec­i­men Hunter scale has gained a rep­u­ta­tion for their un­matched ac­cu­racy and re­li­a­bil­ity. A few years later, the iconic Spec­i­men Hunter was fol­lowed by the Stan­dard An­gling scales range built on the same plat­form but with a sin­gle revo­lu­tion for­mat. Launched at a time when the scales mar­ket of­fered very lit­tle in terms of high-end weigh­ing prod­ucts, both the Spec­i­men Hunter and Stan­dard scales were way ahead of the curve in terms of per­for­mance, ac­cu­racy and re­li­a­bil­ity when it comes to fish­ing scales.

Borne out of the com­mer­cial weigh­ing sec­tor which is heav­ily gov­erned by Euro­pean stan­dards, qual­ity reg­u­la­tion and con­form­ity re­quire­ments, the Spec­i­men Hunter was the re­sult of a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Reuben Heaton and one of the lead­ing Bri­tish man­u­fac­tur­ers of com­mer­cial scales at that time, Way­mas­ter.

The classic Spec­i­men Hunter scale set, as it looks to­day

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