Maltby Design Digital Swingweight Scale

Maltby Design Digital Swingweight Scale


Maltby Design Digital Swingweight Scale
$329.99
Backordered

Maltby Design Digital Swingweight Scale

Based on the 14 lorythmic standard for measuring swing weight the Maltby Digital SwingWeight Scale accurately measures swing weight from the A to F scale in .1 swing weight point increments. The Maltby Digital SwingWeight Scale can measure the weight of individual components and also measures any clubs total weight in pounds, grams and ounces. The clear LCD display quickly displays the desired weight measurement in bold, easy to read high resolution graphics.

  • 14 Fulcrum Scale
  • Weight Club components in pounds, grams and ounces.
  • Leveling legs with bubble indicator
  • Push button calibration
  • AD converter
  • Accurate to 1/10th a swing point

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Should all my clubs have the same swing weight?

Asked by: Rob
Generally most of the clubs in a set will have the same swingweight. The exception is the wedges. A standard sandwedge will have an average swingweight in the D5 range. Some players prefer to have the swingweights in their Gap and Pitching wedges a couple of swingweight heavier then the rest of their set. Lob Wedges in some cases are made to be like a higher lofted Pitching Wedge and will have a similar swingweight as the Pitching Wedge. Lob Wedges are also made more as a higher lofted Sandwedge and the swingweights will be matched to that of a Sandwedge. Swingweight can also just come down to a preference that has been determined through experimentation.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-06

I see in other questions you all clarified that there is no tray for this scale. Is it possible to use this scale for dry fittings? If so, where does the grip, ferrule, etc. go during a dry fitting?

Asked by: mikeberlin
Correct there is no grip tray for the digital swingweight scale. At the back of the scale there are two prongs that the shaft fits under and you would set the grip on top of the prongs with the edge of the grip cap right against the back edge of the scale. If necessary use a piece of 3/4" masking tape over the tip to hold it in place against the top of the shaft. You could also use a piece of tape to hold the ferrule in place. Personally over the years I figured out that the ferrule and epoxy, the way that I do club assembly, will add a half a swingweight. Another way to do a dry assembly is to use a split grip and slide if over the butt end of the shaft and put the club on the swingweight scale as you normally would. If you have a grip type that you use all the time having a split one works very well for dry assembly. With almost all grips if you divide the weight of the grip by 5.2 it will tell you how much the grip will lighten the swingweight.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-18

When are you expecting this to come off backorder

Asked by: sgtty
They are due right about the end of August.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-09

Hello I Wonder if is possible to use in Europe with 220V ? Regards

Asked by: andreserburu
The MA0222 is currently not available with 220V.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-04-15

Whats the package dimensions

Asked by: Zubair
The package dimensions are 9" x 9" x 24" and the weight is 13 pounds.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-01

HOW RESET THE SCALE

Asked by: LEGROS
Press the Zero button to reset the scale. Here is the link for the instructions. http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/MA0222.pdf
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-14

I have a swing wt scale that measures in ounces. do you have a chart that converts to swing wt. d1,d2 etc. thanks

Asked by: greg
We do have a conversion chart and if you can send me an email with your email address to jyachinich@golfworks.com I will be glad to email you a copy of the chart.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-05

is this item good for measuring component weight? does it come with a dish for clubheads, etc? Is there a grip tray?

Asked by: The Club Nut
The scale does not come with a tray, but you can measure the components. The head, shaft and grip can all be weighed seperately on the designated area of the scale.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-11-23
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