FastCap 3rd Hand Support System 57-to-144-Inches, 2-pack #3HAND5

December 1, 2018 - Comment

FastCap 3rd Hand Support System 57-to-144-Inches, 2-pack #3HAND5 Product Features Reaches 5-to 12-feet; Action lever for secure pressure Fully articulated ends Textured rubber pads for gripping Quick release lever 2 identical supports included

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FastCap 3rd Hand Support System 57-to-144-Inches, 2-pack #3HAND5

Product Features

  • Reaches 5-to 12-feet; Action lever for secure pressure
  • Fully articulated ends
  • Textured rubber pads for gripping
  • Quick release lever
  • 2 identical supports included

Comments

Anonymous says:

Use them for HTC Vive sensors I use them to mount the Sensors for my HTC Vive along with some generic clamps for cameras. Grifiti Nootle Quick Release Pipe Clamp with 1/4 20 Threaded Head for Cameras and Nootle Ipad Mounts Works for Tripods, Music Stands, Microphone Stands, Any Pipe or Bar That Is up to 1.5 Inches in Diameter Also Motorcycles, Bikes, and More

Anonymous says:

Good virtual reality sensor mounting rods. I use these to mount my HTC Vive virtual reality light boxes. These work better than a curtain rod since they can be angled, which is exactly what I needed for my angled vaulted ceiling.The only negative is that pressing in the two “nubs” with your fingers to slide up/down the pole can be tough. On the other hand, adjusting the inner pipe with the ratcheting handle is very easy though.

Anonymous says:

Good product for hanging HTC Vive lightboxes I used these to semi-permanently hang HTC Vive lightboxes with I’ve had them up for at least a month and no problems whatsoever. I have fairly tall ceilings (~11′), and while they are a little flexible when extended to that height, they still work great.I found the instructions were a little confusing, but I’ve never used a product like this before. Once you understand the operating principle, they are easy to use. Easy to install alone, but it helps a little to have a friend for tall ceilings.My only point of complain is that the “feet” that are in contact with the ceiling are just general hard plastic. I put some microfiber cloths between the feet and the ceiling (painted surface) to make sure no marks were left. I also don’t really care for the firetruck red, but they’re not really supposed to be permanent…

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