New Wave U.Go Plein Air Tripod

Item ID
NWLCS1
Availability: In stock

Ships Thursday, October 21 if ordered in the next 09 hours and 56 minutes!

Quick Overview

Designed specifically for the plein air painter, this practical tripod ticks all the boxes for studio use or outdoor painting treks: it's lightweight, compact, and sturdy. Compatible with all pochade boxes with a universal 1/4" tripod mount.
$149.35
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Designed specifically for the plein air painter, the LCS1 is a practical tripod that ticks all the boxes for studio use or outdoor painting treks: it's lightweight, compact, sturdy, and affordable. It features a dovetail quick release plate, a rigid 360 degree ball head swivel mount, retractable weight hook, nylon loop, flip leg locks for quick and easy adjustment, aluminum alloy construction, and comes with a carry bag. Compatible with all pochade boxes containing a universal 1/4" threaded tripod mount.

This tripod's maximum load is 26-1/2 lbs., yet it weighs less than 3 lbs. Its compact folded height measures 13-3/4" with a max extended height of 55-1/2".

More Information
Brand New Wave
Series u.go Plein Air Anywhere
Folded Length 13-3/4"
Maximum Height 55-1/2"
No. LCS1

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