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Neewer Alluminum Alloy 63"/160cm Tripod / Monopod / Max Load 15kg £32.12 Delivered Sold by Logicam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon - £32.12
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Neewer Alluminum Alloy 63"/160cm Tripod / Monopod / Max Load 15kg £32.12 Delivered Sold by Logicam UK and Fulfilled by Amazon - £32.12

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Posted 25th Sep

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This actually looks decent for a 2 in 1 Tripod / Monopod. I've seen they dropped in a couple of places fairly recenlty, but are a few quid cheaper via Amazon. Good for beginners with a decent max load of 15KG, although I always say not to push too close to the Max limits on things like this. Maybe I am too cautious?

For this price, use code TRIPOD919

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  • With the use of a tripod, it can achieve greater performance and maintain image quality for cropping larger picture sizes.
  • 2-in-1 tripod, removed one leg can be used as monopod and converted into alpenstock.
  • Center column design with hook, can be attached to sand bag to increase stability, with non-slip feet design, which keeps the tripod steady on virtual ground surface.Max load weight is 33lbs/15kg for optimal performance.
  • Extends to 63"/160cm tall,folds to 17.7"/45cm.Four sections Aluminum Alloy adjustable-height leg tubes. 360 degree dial of swivel ball head with bubble level provide you with a panoramic view.Three position leg angle adjustment system provides flexible shooting.
  • 360 degree dial of swivel ball head with bubble level provide you with a panoramic view.Three position leg angle adjustment system provides flexible shooting.Includes nylon carrying case,which is convenient,lightweight,protective.Note:The tripod ONLY,other items are NOT included.
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Decent bit of kit for the price. Have some heat.

Note, your link doesn't go to the Logicam deal but to another seller.
Edited by: "FinbarMcDougal" 25th Sep
Bought one of these a few months ago, very good tripod for the money far better than the manfrotto one I bought at 80 quid,, all the clips feel apart and after looking online it's a common problem, Highly recommended.
I got one looking exactly like this one (although it's blue) and it's great, but there's one issue. The bolts holding the legs loosen up and the legs flap around when you pick the tripod up. I'd prefer them to be stiff.
Edited by: "k00ba" 25th Sep
k00ba25/09/2019 14:38

...I'd prefer them to be stiff.


Would'nt we all dear....

Common among most tripods, you can re-tighten these easily.
For my Manfrotto it's an 8mm hex head, for which they included a cheap-azz plastic wrench type thingy that cracked on 1st use.
Check your tool box for something to tighten them up with.
This has been expired but I bought this literally 2 minutes ago at this price. You have to make sure to switch sellers to logicam UK. The link goes to a different seller.
Edited by: "lafonk" 25th Sep
lafonk25/09/2019 16:23

This has been expired but I bought this literally 2 minutes ago at this …This has been expired but I bought this literally 2 minutes ago at this price. You have to make sure to switch sellers to logicam UK. The link goes to a different seller.



Thanks!
lafonk25/09/2019 16:23

This has been expired but I bought this literally 2 minutes ago at this …This has been expired but I bought this literally 2 minutes ago at this price. You have to make sure to switch sellers to logicam UK. The link goes to a different seller.

superflyguy25/09/2019 14:56

Would'nt we all dear.... Common among most tripods, you can re-tighten …Would'nt we all dear.... Common among most tripods, you can re-tighten these easily. For my Manfrotto it's an 8mm hex head, for which they included a cheap-azz plastic wrench type thingy that cracked on 1st use.Check your tool box for something to tighten them up with.


Problem is that even if I retighten them (which I did) after few uses the bolts unscrew slightly and it all happens again. It's not a major issue, but can be annoying if you try to move the tripod from one spot to the other, lift it up and all 3 legs just dangle under the ballhead.
There should be some washers to prevent them slipping.
Failing that you can try some Loctite Blue, that would secure them for some time.

You can also try the manufacturer website if they have a service manual or such.
any other user reviews? quite tempted
(still bitter at currys cancelling my 35quid manfrotto tripod 5 years ago so still not upgraded )
brilly26/09/2019 09:01

any other user reviews? quite tempted (still bitter at currys cancelling …any other user reviews? quite tempted (still bitter at currys cancelling my 35quid manfrotto tripod 5 years ago so still not upgraded )


After a single use I am happy with it, especially for the cost. Some parts will feel a bit cheap but it was certainly sturdy enough for a 6D with 24-105. It's height is a nice upgrade over my previous (much cheaper) tripod.
the price has doubled now
My mistake the code still works , didn't realize the code would take £40,87 off from the list price
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