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  • Anonymous

    Standex Pied de microPublished on 02/03/14 at 22:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the feet of this great brand for years.
    And I've never had to worry.
    Instead, I find awesome.
    Heavy base and never worry of screw.
    They stand when you put on an outdoor stage.
    You've got to fall on a bad run.
    Very good start!
  • à Chaudà Chaud

    Standex Pied de microPublished on 05/24/08 at 05:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought four of these feet a few years ago.

    Trs not expensive for the brand, aluminum pole lgre dformable but if it is too hard screw.

    3 feet are casss at the pice mold aluminum screw top of the vertical tube on which the inclination of the articulated boom.
    Break the location where the pice is not cylindrical but flat, and before it s'largisse to the joint.

    The first showed a broken foot air bubbles in aluminum. I thought the cause c'tait, promotes a false move or a fall.

    I have two eyes of the fracture following: no default molding but trs poor quality of aluminum used (trs mtal coarse).

    I look up the case of the 4th ... and in the meantime I will buy another 4.

    SERIE…
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    I bought four of these feet a few years ago.

    Trs not expensive for the brand, aluminum pole lgre dformable but if it is too hard screw.

    3 feet are casss at the pice mold aluminum screw top of the vertical tube on which the inclination of the articulated boom.
    Break the location where the pice is not cylindrical but flat, and before it s'largisse to the joint.

    The first showed a broken foot air bubbles in aluminum. I thought the cause c'tait, promotes a false move or a fall.

    I have two eyes of the fracture following: no default molding but trs poor quality of aluminum used (trs mtal coarse).

    I look up the case of the 4th ... and in the meantime I will buy another 4.

    SERIES bad or they are all like a?
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  • gwenmollogwenmollo

    Standex Pied de microPublished on 06/22/08 at 09:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have for almost 10 years, buy 30E.
    The quality is not tip top, it was a beautiful srr always end up falling. it has a strong hand.

    Good quality / price
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