Pro GT Tripod
Pro GT Tripod is rated out of 5 by 31.
For reliable performance at a great cost, look to the Pro GT. Designed to handle any condition, sturdy anodized legs combined with a rugged 3-way quick release pan head deliver solid support for your optics.
Included in the Box
- Carry case
- 3-way pan head
- Quick-release plate
3-Way Pan Head Provides smooth horizontal and vertical adjustments. Quick-release plate.
Flip Lever Leg Locks Valued for rapid set up and height adjustment.
Anodized Aluminum Legs Provide sturdy support at a reasonable cost.
Balance Hook Holds extra weight on the bottom of the center column for greater stability in windy conditions.
Rubber Feet Provide solid footing on slick surfaces.
Rated 3 out of 5 by JMed45 from Big and heavy, but stable I ordered this tripod without looking at it in the store, and kind of wish I had. While I wanted something that was relatively stable and could hold the bigger Viper scope I have, this tripod does not collapse down very small, and is pretty heavy. I certainly won't be packing it around, especially since I don't think it will even fit in my pack. However, for spotting at the range and from a stationary point while hunting (camp, high road, etc...) it would work well. Quality is good, it is very stable and I like that it doesn't use the ball system. Would recommend for certain applications.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by High Plains Drifter. from Way more than I expected. I bought this tripod in a package deal with my Razor spotting scope. Thought I would need to get a short one for prone shooting, wrong. I opened it up and the legs have 3 spread positions that take it to the ground. The pan head is very smooth does not creep or wiggle. The scope stays where you stop. Very robust stand.
Date published: 2018-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Justin from Great Tripod!! This is the best tripod I have ever had! I have tried multiple tripod combinations and this is the best one and its at a great price. I also have the summit ss and I like it for the size but I noticed when your glassing its hard to keep steady especially with a spotting scope I wanted to get a more sturdy tripod for my spotting scope and was planning to use the summit for my 15x56 binoculars. Well after using this tripod a few times I just decided to buy another quick release plate and now I just swap out my spotter and binoculars and stick with one tripod. The pan head is very smooth and much easier to use for long glassing sessions compared to a ball head tripod with no handle. It is a little heavier and bulkier than the summit but it is way worth it when your up high glassing for hours.
Date published: 2017-06-15