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Sos_maf Sos_maf

«  The intention was good ... »

Publié le 06/12/11 à 14:50
10 is the number of times that you can use these hooks.

The data were interesting features:
- Support structures of a thumb, an inch and a half and two inches
- Supports a load of 33kg
- Do not label structures "light" with the screw.

In practice, these hooks hold the camera quite well allowing some devices to tilt properly balanced and evil on which the use of conventional hook pose problems of inclination.
Moreover, they do not damage the bridges light (models to 120 €) in contrast to another model with screw tightens the tube directly at the point of the crush if we did not care.
Despite these positive points, the big negative is the life.

It took just ten that evening for tightening the screw begins to damage the slot in which it is supposed to place.
This issue implies a big security problem because if the plastic notch relented, the projector will then fall to the risk of hitting a person.

I do not do it again this choice in the current state of things knowing the risk of a security standpoint and the cost of having to regularly change the hooks.
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