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Park ToolDS-1 Digital Scale

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Item # PAR0095

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DS-1 Digital Scale

Admit it -- you really, really wanna know. How much does you bike weigh? Is it really as light as you think? The Park Tool DS-1 Digital Bicycle Scale divines the truth, for better or worse. The precision of the DS-1 is second-to-none. It can measure anything up to 55lbs (it can go metric if you prefer), and its accuracy is rated to 0.005%. Its LCD display is easy to read and it can weigh doo-dads as light as 20g.You can set it to display weights in grams, ounces, or pounds. The brilliant thing about the DS-1 is that you can cinch it in a Park Tool workstand clamp for weighing things like wheels or frames. And it comes with a loop to hang higher when you weigh your bike.

A silicone-coated hook protects your frame's finish and prevents it from sliding. For small parts you can hang a tray or a bag on the hook and re-zero it to tare the weight. It's built with a rugged, shock-resistant rubber housing to endure the typical abuse of a bike workshop. Batteries are included, and it comes with a 1 year warranty.

  • Silicon coated hanger prevents damage to finishes
  • Measures and displays kilograms to .02 kg (.02 kg = 20 grams)
  • Measures pounds to 1 oz (1 oz = 28.35 grams)
  • Weight limit of 25 kilograms (55 pounds)
  • 3 AAA batteries not included

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

Tech Specs
Load Capacity55 lbs
Recommended Useweighing your bike
Manufacturer Warrantylimited lifetime

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Calling all weight weenies!

I've put it through the wringer

Do you like to obsess over grams? Is your toothbrush carbon fiber? Do you feel the need to check that your bike is still sub 16 lbs four times a day? This is the product for you.

>Rating: 5

Simple and easy

I've put it through the wringer

A nice tool to keep around if you're caring about how much your bike weighs. Has kg and lbs settings. Reads quickly and is precise.

>Rating: 4

Does not come with batteries

great way to show off how light your new bike is! Keep in mind that this does not actually come with batteries! Please contact us if you have other questions, Enjoy!

>Rating: 2


I returned this product before using it

Received the item broken only read LLLL... Contacted Park who quickly sent out a replacement, but the replacement came working but way off. Parks customer service was awesome but if the scale couldn't handle shipping it won't last very long with practical use.

>Rating: 5

Weight a minute!

I've used it several times

Looking for a review that carries some weight? This is no heavy revelation here. If you need to know the scale of your cycling hardware purchases, or at least the weight, this nice little scale will help lighten your concerns. Ok, maybe not. But, it will tell you what they weigh. So, take some weight off your shoulders and hang it on this scale. It works great!

>Rating: 5

Nice To Have

I've put it through the wringer

It's nice to have this hanging around to check the weight of your bikes. Also great for making your buddies feel bad about their heavy bike.

>Rating: 5

Nice Scale

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.

>Rating: 4

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.