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Anyone who have a few dollars to invest, SECO sells thumb release bi-pod for a leveling rod that is very handy.
-Easy to use
-Same design as the standard bi-pod
-Handy for the solo guy
-Designed for a rectangular-shaped rod
-Need a fair bit of torque when using a plastic or aluminum rod to keep the rod in place. The rod may get damaged in the long run.
-The circular vial is a bit weak, I use a standard hand held one instead.
Overall, I like that bi-pod. Had to do a few QC checks this morning, nobody available, the work gets done anyway. I think it would work very well with with a heavy, rectangular shaped rod.
Which leads to ths question: Does anyone knows what type barcode rods are available with a Leica Sprinter level, besides the standard 4m aluminum rod?
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