Studio Assets Stabilization Spreader Kit for the MegaMast

Studio Assets Stabilization Spreader Kit for the MegaMast

Studio Assets Stabilization Spreader Kit for the MegaMast

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Product Highlights

  • For Breezy to Moderately Windy Weather
  • Ratcheting Rope Pulleys
  • Compatible with 27.5' and 23' MegaMasts
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This Stabilization Spreader Kit for MegaMast from Studio Assets helps keep the MegaMast steady in breezy to moderate windy conditions. Similar to the way a sailboat mast is stabilized, the 3 ropes attach to a plate at the top of the stand and are then threaded through the spreader which is located mid-MegaMast. Finally the ropes are attached to the legs at the bottom and are tightened with the rope's ratcheting pulleys.

Compatible with the 27.5' and the 23' versions of the MegaMast
Includes all the tools you need to set up
Helps stabilize the MegaMast in breezy to moderately windy conditions
Ratchet pulleys enable quick assembly and tear down without the need for tying knots
UPC: 857052005787
In the Box
Studio Assets Stabilization Spreader Kit for the MegaMast
  • 3 x Ropes with Attached Ratchet Pulleys
  • 3 x Spreader Arms
  • Collar for Spreader Arms
  • Top Attachment Plate
  • Allen Key
  • Nylon Carrying Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Studio Assets SA1250 Specs

    Weight 2 lb (0.9 kg)
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    Package Weight 2.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.65 x 5.2 x 4.2"

    Studio Assets SA1250 Reviews

    Stabilization Spreader Kit for the MegaMast is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Instruction? They would help. Come on. Is it too much to ask the manafucturer to include even some basic instructions? I would hope not but in this case there is nothing. I'll figure it out as a pervious reviewer suggested but I'd rather know 100% that the way I'm using this product is correct. Here's an idea, how about a video on Youtube, every other product out there these days is using this platform. Why not Studio Assets? Lastly, I have to agree with another review. This thing is flimsy and not well built. You just know it's going to fail after the first few times out. Just my 2 cents after spending $49.95.
    Date published: 2018-01-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well, poorly made Out of the box, the spreader arms work as advertised. A reference photo would have been worth a thousand words, no directions of any kind are provided. Initially, I was most disappointed in how the spreader arms attach to the main mount. There is a very fragile connection between the arms and the mount where you have to screw the arms into a thin piece of plastic, a metal hinge though heavier, would have been so handy here for rapid deployment. I don't expect this connection to last more than a couple uses. What I didn't expect to break off immediately are the metal portions of the center mount. These pieces are apparently glued in and fell out after the third use. Apparently riding in the hot car melted the glue. The hooks themselves work great. I initially expected I would stake the tethering cords in the ground but the photomast has handy hooks built into the legs. Don't add too much tension or the mast may begin to collapse in height. This product feels like a prototype rendered on someone's 3D printer, it needs to be sent off to the machine shop with a few better ideas.
    Date published: 2016-10-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Still making a decision Ship without instruction. I'm sure I'll figure it out, but prefer to the Proper way to use it. Especially if you plan to secure a camera 2-3 stories in the air....
    Date published: 2016-02-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Flawed design The price is low and it serves the purpose to some extent, but mounting is not as straight forward as suggested: How should you get the cord through the tiny wholes of the arms, when both ends are blocked, one by the attached hook and the other by the attached pulley... There's a small sheet with a manual included (as of June 2018), but it doesn't explain this part.
    Date published: 2018-06-29
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