RAP-BB-230-14U

RAM Mount Long Extension Poles

RAM Mount Long Extension Poles

Description

The RAM Mount Long Extension Poles feature a modular system allowing for infinite configurations, easily capture self-portait images from water level, overhead shots, and even underwater images of your latest catch.

Features

  • Extension Poles Are Buoyant, Will Float If Dropped In Water
  • All Components Are Plastic Or Stainless Steel Making This Camera System The Perfect Solution For Many Outdoor Activities, Including Saltwater Applications
  • Light Weight, Easily Adjustable And Packable, Easily Break Down Your Camera System To Stow When Not In Use
List Price
$15.49
Your Price
$13.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Long Extension Poles RAP-BB-230-14U Long Extension Pole, 12.75" with 2 1" Balls
$13.99
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RAM Mount 16.75" Long Extension Pole with 2 1" Diameter Ball Ends RAP-BB-230-18U Long Extension Pole, 16.75" with 2 1" Diameter Ball Ends
$14.49
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RAM Mount 14" Long Extension Pole w/2 1" Ball Ends and Double Socket Arm RAP-BB-230-14-201U Long Extension Pole, 14" with 2 1" Ball Ends and Double Socket Arm
$20.49
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RAM Mount 18" Long Extension Pole w/2 1" Ball Ends & Double Socket Arm RAP-BB-230-18-201U Long Extension Pole, 18" with 2 1" Ball End and Double Socket Arm
$20.99
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RAM Mount 14" Long Extension Pole w/1" and 1.5" Single Open Socket RAP-CB-201-14U Long Extension Pole, 14" with 1" and 1.5" Single Open Socket
$21.99
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RAM Mount 18" Long Extension Pole w/1" and 1.5" Single Open Sockets RAP-CB-201-18U Long Extension Pole, 18" with 1" and 1.5" Single Open Sockets
$22.49
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Double Socket Arms RAP-B-201U-A Double Socket Arm, Short for 1" Ball
$7.49
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RAM Mount Composite Double Socket Arm f/1" Ball RAP-B-201U Double Socket Arm, for 1" Ball
$8.99
In Stock
RAM Mount 14" Long Extension Pole w/2 1" Ball Ends and Double Socket Arm RAP-BB-230-14-201U Long Extension Pole, 14" with 2 1" Ball Ends and Double Socket Arm
$20.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount 18" Long Extension Pole w/2 1" Ball Ends & Double Socket Arm RAP-BB-230-18-201U Long Extension Pole, 18" with 2 1" Ball End and Double Socket Arm
$20.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount 14" Long Extension Pole w/1" and 1.5" Single Open Socket RAP-CB-201-14U Long Extension Pole, 14" with 1" and 1.5" Single Open Socket
$21.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount 18" Long Extension Pole w/1" and 1.5" Single Open Sockets RAP-CB-201-18U Long Extension Pole, 18" with 1" and 1.5" Single Open Sockets
$22.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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