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Social Media Saturday 14 November 2020

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Social Media Saturday 19 September 2020

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Social Media Saturday 22 August 2020

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Social Media Saturday 22 August 2020

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Movie Monday 3 August 2020

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Movie Monday 3 August 2020
Movie Monday 3 August 2020

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Social Media Saturday 14 March 2020

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Movie Monday 17 February 2020

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Movie Monday 17 February 2020
Movie Monday 17 February 2020

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Social Media Saturday 16th November 2019

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Social Media Saturday 28 September 2019

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Social Media Saturday 6 April 2019

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Social Media Saturday 28 September 2018

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Whetman Equipment – The Krab Stick

Another nifty invention from Steve Whetman.

The Krab Stick

The Krab Stick is a simple rescue device. It converts certain karabiners into hooks to enable a reach contact.

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GoPro Tether

Losing a GoPro because the sticky mount has failed is not a nice experience. I have been there. Using a leash or tethering system has become a key part of using a GoPro, especially when attached to a kayak, paddle or helmet. Since the release of the Blackout housing and GoPro Hero 4 the usual place to add a leash to tether the camera has gone.

GoPro have removed access to the metal bar that acts as part of the hinge, this was used by many to attach a thin piece of cord although some cases have failed due to this. There are two alternatives to using the hinge that depend upon the thumbscrew on the QR mount.

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