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So, if you, like me, were buying this with thoughts of using it as a rather short triopod, it's probably best to look elsewhere.
Other problems: The cheap plastic knob on the ball-joint already cracked so I had to go to a hardware store and pick up a new wing-nut and lock washer.
The Handheld Tripod is a "must" gadjet for people that travel by themselves, and like to take their own pictures with the backgrounds.
Does what I need, but it's cheap material. The knob to tighten the pivot point was not working right out of the package, but I super glued it back on.Published 1 month ago by David Flores
Great Handheld Tripod works great on my vacation, but It broke at the last few days on my vacation..
Thought about getting another one,, But thought about it.. Read more
Recieved it with cracked clamp head. Tripod legs not even making it immposible to stand strait. Flimsy and very poor quality. Don't buy.Published 2 months ago by MK
The monopod was built very well and I like the light weight material used in its construction, but it couldn't hold up my semi pro camera and the tripod was useless on the stand. Read morePublished 3 months ago by louis lee
Very poorly made product. Took it out of the box and just by normal handling without any abuse the tightening knob broke on the first try. Read morePublished 6 months ago by edmund ng
I bought this to hold my voice recorder while recording choir rehearsals. I needed something lightweight that would collapse to fit inside the messenger bag I carry my sheet music... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven D. Rothkin
Be warned, this is very light weight and not built to withstand much use. You can not man handle this tripod without breaking it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Megrier