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Lowel Grip

B&H # LOG Mfr # KG
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You Pay: $39.95

Mounts to the top of any light stand that has a 5/8 in stud. Makes a boom out of a stand and pole. Works with Space Clamp, Maxa-Mount, Frame Up. Tilts 180°, pans 360°. Locks securely.

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2.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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        5.0

        Very Useful, essential tool

        By Tat

        from Ardmore, PA

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Lowel Grip:

        Very strong grip for supporting a back light using the Lowel half pole (or full pole). It can also be used to hold an audio pole. Be sure to get the Lowel 5 lb. counterweight to balance the weight of the poles.

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        1.0

        Avoid this product

        By sucker who bought lowel grip

        from Los Angeles, CA

        About Me Pro Photographer

        Pros

        • Can return for refund

        Cons

        • Unreliable
        • Waste of time

        Best Uses

        • Landfill

        Comments about Lowel Grip:

        As you can see from the reviews, this product ucksas. I ignored the reviews and learned the hard way. The product arrived with the screw stripped, meaning that you cannot tighten it into place no matter if you spend the rest of your life turning it.
        On top of that, product is ugly, heavy, clumsy and falls apart. It is possible to lose the handle. The worst Lowel product I have ever come across in 30 years of using their equipment. A complete disgrace that they have received bad reviews and have not done anything about it.

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        1.0

        Bad product

        By TSC

        from Albany NY

        About Me Pro Photographer

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              Comments about Lowel Grip:

              Got one of these in Lowel's kit for the boom they sell. Stripped out on second attempt to use it. Didn't even tighten down on it that hard. I figured I'd got a bad one or I did something wrong, but seems like others are having same issues. Don't get this product.

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              1.0

              Not What it used to be

              By JD

              from San Francisco, CA

              About Me Pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

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                Cons

                • Short Lifespan

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                  Comments about Lowel Grip:

                  This used to be one of my go to items when I worked in news a decade ago. In a pinch it served as an umbrella holder, a boom pole mount, a backlight arm holder, corner support for a lighting grid... you name it. I had several of these in my grip case ready to go. Unfortunately, things aren't what they used to be. The machining of the new KG grips is sub-par. On first use, the internal thread for the tension arm was stripped. I was just trying to mount a K-Tek boom pole. Thinking I just had a bad egg, I grabbed the second (new) one I had in the kit. SAME problem. Barely any tension and the inner threading stripped. Two useless [$] Grips.

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