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SeaLife AquaPod Underwater Camera Monopod with Quick Release Plate & GoPro Mount

by SeaLife

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  • Fits all SeaLife cameras as well as all other cameras with a standard 1/4-20 tripod mount
  • Built-in self image mirror
  • Anodized aluminum and stainless steel hardware
  • Extends from 18 inches (46 cm) to 53 inches (135 cm), making it compact and lightweight for easy travel
  • Includes: GoPro adapter with quick release mounting plate, lanyard with clip and rubber grip for secure hold
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Product Description

SL913 Features: -Product Type:Flash. Dimensions: -Overall Product Weight:1 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:3 -Overall Width - Side to Side:3

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 53 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B00A622TTW
  • Item model number: SL913
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,843 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)


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Customer Reviews

Very easy it handle.
Frank S. Chinn
It doesn't look pretty but it get's the job done and works fine now.
Paul
Used in the water and out!
R. A. Mauritsen

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By GuitarPlayer on February 21, 2013
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I recently purchased the Sealife Aquapod mount for my GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition for an upcoming trip to the Caribbean. I will post an update on it's underwater usage when I get back but here is what I have found with using it so far on land:

Quality: The unit seems well made and extends out plenty far for anyone wanting to use it underwater to sports on land like skiing, etc. The unit is a little wobbly but once everything is locked in place it is reasonably solid. Could be tighter in my opinion for the price of $70.

Features: The unit closed measures roughly 22 inches. Extended about 52 inches. The bottom half of the unit is rubber and offers a nice grip even when wet. At the base there is a machined hole for mounting to a tripod which is nice along with an adjustable lanyard that has a rubber piece on the hand loop to keep it from slipping. The lanyard has a sliding adjuster to keep it tight on the wrist along with a plastic, carabiner style clip. The mounts that come with it are the standard camera mount and a GoPro Hero mount. They seem decent in quality but I feel the lock on feature for each mount could be a bit higher in quality.

Cons: For starters the price is double for other systems but this one is made for underwater use and should handle salt water use and not corrode but I will provide an update on that. Beside the price another downfall is the closed length. I'd rather have it be a big shorter extended and be more packable. At 22 inches I feel that it's too big closed and won't fit inside of a backpack nicely but rather be strapped to the outside.

Pros: Once you get past the price it is a pretty solid monopod to use for action sports especially if you are using it underwater.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Paul on October 4, 2013
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2 main problems that you should be aware of with this monopod - First: One of the screws that tightens the head of the monopod strips WAY too easily. Second: You can't attach the GoPro Hero3 White Edition Camera to the included mount without some serious modification. So here's my story: I ended up having to return the monopod and get a second one because the bolt that tightens the head of the monopod was stripped when I got it. I have seen others complain about this same problem and even with my new one, I see it's already stripping WAY easily even though I've barely tightened and unscrewed that part maybe only once or twice. Then when I got my second monopod in the mail, I go to attach my GoPro Hero3 White Edition camera to the gopro mount that comes with the camera and it doesn't fit. The way the mount is designed, makes the screw not long enough to fit and a portion of the plastic blocks the camera from aligning with the bolt holes to fit the camera and screw into place. So what I had to do was shave down the piece of plastic that juts out next to the bolt holes, and cut off one of the holes that you fit the gopro screw into. It doesn't look pretty but it get's the job done and works fine now. Those are my two main problems. This thing is definitely not worth $70. The pole is well made and feels strong and steady. The bolts I know are going to strip because of how horribly made they are. I'm not sure I would recommend this to anybody with a gopro hero3 white.

Update: Took this monopod on 2 beach dives. By the end of the first dive, the strap that attaches to the wrist to keep you from loosing the monopod broke off without my noticing and I ended up losing the monopod and my camera in the surf. I got lucky, a diver about 50 feet down the beach found it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Josh on January 6, 2014
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I would not buy this the nut that holds the screw a the had of the monopod stripped loose after I simply put the safety strap on. Not acceptable for this price unit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brandon on February 24, 2014
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*** EDIT/UPDATE from 2 to 3 stars because they have excellent customer service. I contacted Sealife about my issues and they said this was not normal and paid to ship me a brand new one - replaced for free with no questions asked ***

I did a lot of research before buying a monopod for my GoPro Hero 3+ and decided not to buy the dozens of similar monopods out there priced at $20 because they had poor reviews being too cheap and easily breaking; so I opted to spend the full $70 to get this "higher quality" monopod. Unfortunately, this was not worth the extra $50, and seemed to be just a cheap and breakable as the rest.

I purchased this solely for a 3 day trip on the Great Barrier Reef. On my second dive (of 11), the screw at the bottom of the monopod completely stripped (as has been complained about several times on this review forum before) and left the pole completely detached from wrist strap in the middle of my dive. This should be a fairly easy fix, but I was out in the middle of the ocean without a spare screw, so I jerry-rigged it and tied the washer to the top of the pole where you can adjust the angle of your camera.

While this fix was not ideal and made it almost impossible to use the monopod properly, it at least gave me some reassurance that I would not lose my camera. The next day, the screw that handles the adjuster completely broke off as well; so now, not only do I have nothing to tie my wrist strap to, but I cannot adjust the angle of the camera (e.g. flip it from selfie to flat to POV). I had to do the majority of my dives freely holding onto the monopod with no strap, and did not have the ability to adjust the camera angle (because the adjuster had broken off).
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