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Trek-Tech announce TrekPod Go Pro Hiking pole



Hiking poles are an essential item for walking in the mountains, not only saving your knees and ankles, but also by helping to maintain your balance with a heavy backpack or when trekking with your camera gear. Combining a hiking pole and monopod isn't a new idea but Trek-Tech have announced TrekPod Go Pro, an aluminium pole boasting both a mini ball head with quick-release mount and collapsable stabilizing legs.

Press release:

JP Distribution is pleased to announce the TrekPod Go Pro from Trek-Tech which is available with immediate effect.

The TrekPod Go Pro is a photographer’s multi-tool that goes from monopod to tripod in seconds and can even be used as a hiking staff. The lightweight, (just over 790g) height-adjustable TrekPod Go Pro comes with a quick-release MagMount Pro system for attaching a camera or optical device. The MagMount Pro lets you instantly attach almost any camera, spotting scope or other device that uses the industry standard ¼ inch mounting thread. Once you’ve lined up your shot, simply activate the anti-rotation feature to lock your portrait in place. Then, when you’re finished shooting, you can release the camera and fold up the legs, and the TrekPod Go Pro will immediately transform into a handy walking pole.



TrekPod Go Pro c/w MagMount Pro & Travel case - £149.99 Inc vat
MagMount Pro (mini ball head with quick-release plate) - £74.99 inc vat

For more information, including stockists, please visit the distributors site here.

For more info on Trek-Tech, please visit here.


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