Wimberley The Plamp Stake

BH #WIPP300 • MFR #PP-300
Wimberley
Wimberley The Plamp Stake
Key Features
  • Doubles as Flat-Head Screwdriver
  • Extension Acts as Storage for Spike
  • Allows Positioning of Reflectors
The Plamp Stake from Wimberley is a device which allows the Plamp II to be secured independently in various ground or turf types. The Plamp Stake consists of two components: the Ground Spike and the Extension Tube. The Ground Spike works like a high-quality custom screwdriver, allowing quick and easy placement without the need for a hammer. The Extension Tube is a high grade UV resistant plastic pipe which is designed to hold the spike.
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Wimberley PP-300 Overview

The Plamp Stake from Wimberley is a device which allows the Plamp II to be secured independently in various ground or turf types. The Plamp Stake consists of two components: the Ground Spike and the Extension Tube. The Ground Spike works like a high-quality custom screwdriver, allowing quick and easy placement without the need for a hammer. The Extension Tube is a high grade UV resistant plastic pipe which is designed to hold the spike.

Attributes

  • Simplicity in design and function
  • Lightweight and compact
  • High quality materials and construction
  • Travel friendly (meets 2014 TSA guidelines)
  • Doubles as a slotted head screwdriver
  • Extension acts as a storage sheath for the spike
  • Easily inserted into a variety of ground types including rocky soil
  • Eliminates vibration transmission from camera to object held in Plamp
  • Allows deliberate positioning of reflectors independent of tripod or other available anchors
  • UPC: 753182834504

    Wimberley PP-300 Specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.45 x 2.3 x 1.2"
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