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LanParte Universal Grip V2 for 19mm Rods

BH #LAUG0219 • MFR #UG-02-19
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LanParte Universal Grip V2 for 19mm Rods
Key Features
  • For 15mm LWS & 19mm Studio Rods
  • 3 Points of Adjustment for Each Handle
  • Steel Spindle Joint Locking System
  • Silica-Gel Grips
The Lanparte Universal Grip V2 for 19mm Rods is an adjustable dual handle system for support rigs using 15mm LWS or 19mm Studio rod configurations. Each handle features three points of adjustment, letting you position the handgrips at the desired height, angle, and distance from the rods. Silica-gel surface on the handles provide a comfortable, non-slip grip. For accessory mounting, 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded screws are located on each arm.
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LanParte Dual Handgrip Set Overview

The Lanparte Universal Grip V2 for 19mm Rods is an adjustable dual handle system for support rigs using 15mm LWS or 19mm Studio rod configurations. Each handle features three points of adjustment, letting you position the handgrips at the desired height, angle, and distance from the rods. Silica-gel surface on the handles provide a comfortable, non-slip grip. For accessory mounting, 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded screws are located on each arm.

  • For 15mm LWS and 19mm Studio rod configurations
  • Three points of adjustment for grip placement
  • Spring-loaded steel spindle joint locking system
  • Rod bridge with single tightening lever
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded holes on each arm for mounting accessories
  • CNC-machined aluminum construction
  • Hollow-out arm design to reduce weigh
UPC: 840534107055

LanParte Dual Handgrip Set Specs

Grip TypeDual Handgrips
Mounting
Accessory Mounting1 x 1/4"-20 Thread
2 x 3/8"-16 Thread
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.3 x 8.3 x 2.4"
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I'm trying to find out to make a purchase between Lanparte hand grip V2 & Tilta universal hand grip! there is no review on Lanparte on your site! my concern is about quality of the grip and also type of the joints on lanparte! it is not so clear in any pictures on the line that Lanparte hand grip joints are Rosettes type like Tilta ? as far I can see? That would be a great help if you can answer me. Thanks ..
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Are you able to remove the hand grips and how? I heard they are locked.
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