TELESCOPIC TRIPOD sea fishing rod rest

    Designed for autonomous anglers looking for a stable tripod (ledgering, port, dyke, pier, etc.)

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    SKU: S6788 (872069)
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    € 17.31
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    Characteristics Designed for autonomous anglers looking for a stable tripod (ledgering, port, dyke, pier, etc.)
    Product Benefits
    1. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Ultra-quick assembly. No screws required, just fold and lock into position.
    2. Resistance to salt water
      Aluminium feet and metal arms with a seawater resistant treatment.
    3. Flexibility
      Can be adjusted from 70m to 1.20m and is suitable for all terrains.
    4. Versatility
      It can also be used for ledgering in rivers.
    • Length.
      76 cm to 120 cm
    • Weight.
    Product feature
    1. Composition
      - aluminium feet - plastic axle - metal rod holder
    2. Design
      TEAM CAPERLAN engineers and designers developed and tested this product in Cestas, Gironde region.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Frame : 100.0% Aluminium Chassis : 100.0% Polyamide (PA)
    2. Cleaning advice
      Remember to rinse your kit in fresh water after use at sea.
    3. Product catchline
      This stand has an anti-corrosion treatment, can be quickly assembled and can be used for all types of ledgering or to prepare fishing rods.
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    • Great

      Stephen (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      Adjustable legs and simple design make this a joy to use. it's very stable but even has a little hook to suspend a weighted bag for additional security. It folds down small enough to fit in a rucksack and is very light to carry. One of my best fishing purchases.
      Simple lightweight competitively priced does the j