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Nope! There's a tripod mount already installed on the top of the handle! All you have to do is screw the bottom of the GoPro waterproof housing into it :)
Sep 2, 2013 by Victoria
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It's like any other mount. You can remove it by unscrewing the case from the mount.
Sep 9, 2013 by Mikie
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Seems to be pretty stout to me. I haven't been in surf like that in ages, but I believe it likely would survive.
Dec 1, 2013 by Amazon Customer
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Yes, it works well with the gopro 2
Aug 2, 2013 by Amazon Customer
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lost cause. it ruins the floating ability. you should try and use the warranty to get it replaced
Jun 5, 2014 by Chas
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I used it for body surfing and it worked great. Boogie boarding, not so good, being you need two hands. I've also used it for anything I want to point and shoot. It floats great, and is comfy to use. I get a lot better video if I turn the camera around to view myself while I'm doing activities too. It's not as shaky...
Feb 24, 2014 by Angler
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no, you just use one of the thumbscrews from your gopro set. i bought a couple extra thumbscrews to keep around in case i lose them
Jul 1, 2014 by Wade Chi
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No it is intergrated in to the handle.
Dec 7, 2013 by Christine Milesi
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Its a buoy not a dive handle. I don't think its been tested for use at depth as its mainly suited for use on the surface for preventing the camera from permanently sinking to those depths. If you intend on using it for diving you may be better off using a float designed for that depth
Oct 17, 2013 by James D
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does it extend? Oct 1, 2013
No it doesn't extend. It's great though for the lake/pool.
Oct 1, 2013 by pce
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