K-Tek Offers Three Tadpoles™ for Extended Reach
Sept 15, 2011 – K-Tek, makers of the industry’s favorite boom poles, has the ideal solution for holding the new generation of handheld recorders, mobile communication devices, and tiny cameras like the GoPro and Contour.
Convenient and lightweight, K-Tek Tadpoles™ feature the same quality materials and craftsmanship as K-Tek’s trademark boom poles but in a shortened form. They pack up in one-foot (30.4cm) or two-foot (60.9cm) lengths and can extend up to 6’ 8” (203cm) depending upon the model.
The K-Tad Short is a 3-section aluminum mini boom pole with a mini ball head fixed to a ¼ x 20 threaded stud. The ball head helps position the device any way the operator chooses. Collapsed, it’s as short as 1’ (30.4cm) and extends to 2’ (60.9cm). The 4-section K-Tad Long collapses to 1’2” (35cm) and extends to almost 3’ (91cm). For even greater reach, the new aluminum K-Tad 79 packs up under 2’ but extends to an ample 6’8” (203cm).
Tadpoles are made in the USA. For further information, contact: K-Tek, 1384-F Poinsettia Ave., Vista, CA 92081; Ph. 760-727-0593; Fax 760-727-0693; www.ktekbooms.com
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