The Delkin Fat Gecko Kaboom is a portable telescopic arm with ¼”-20 camera attachment screw that allows you to capture images from unique angles - shoot over crowds, down low, or capture group shots of you and your friends on holiday, or as you reach the summit of a mountain. The Fat Gecko Kaboom collapses down to a portable 38cm and extends to a maximum length of 152cm. There are five interchangeable carbon fibre sections so you can customise the length of the boom quickly and easily to suit every situation.
The Fat Gecko Kaboom includes five sections that can be snapped together in any configuration to set your ideal length between 20” and 60”. Stainless steel pressure buttons allow for quick attachment/detachment while providing a sturdy, reliable connection.
Carbon Fibre Shaft
Multi-layer carbon fiber offers the strength of metal, the weight of plastic, and won’t degrade when exposed to harsh elements such as snow, saltwater, rain, wind and more.
Stainless Steel Pressure Buttons
Stainless steel pressure buttons make it easy to snap pieces of the Kaboom together, while proving an easy way to break the Kaboom back down, even with ski gloves on.
Rubber Grip Handle
A high quality golf-like handle provides a comfortable tacky grip that is comfortable for gloved and ungloved hands.
Stainless Steel Ball Head
The all-stainless steel ball head offers 360 degree rotation and swivels 180 degrees so that you can set your camera at the perfect angle for every shot and lock it into place. Because no plastic is used, parts don’t become stressed over time and can withstand excessive vibration, temperatures, and harsh elements.
3M VHB Adhesive
The Kaboom’s Helmet configuration uses two circular mounts to attach the Kaboom to a helmet’s surface. Each of these mounts use highly comfortable adhesive foam developed by 3M to ensure a trustworthy hold on the widest array of materials and surfaces.
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A built in front release in the Helmet Mount configuration lets the Kaboom swing backwards at impact, preventing injury and possible damage to the camera.
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