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Drizzle
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Gorillapod
12.12.09 at 14:18:38
 
Have any of you seen these new-fangled camera tripods called a 'Gorillapod'? See:
http://joby.com/gorillapod
 
Well I have been thinking about buying one for my husband for Christmas but was putting it off as I thought I'd have a faff on my hands trying to discover its NRL content if any.
 
Imagine my delight to find this very 'human' response to a previous customer linked to their website.
http://getsatisfaction.com/joby/topics/does_rubber_on_gorillapod_slr_zoom_contai n_natural_rubber_latex_or_neoprene?utm_medium=widget&utm_source=widget_joby
 
Well done Joby! They say they are user-centric and their website certainly is!
 
 
 
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Re: Gorillapod
Reply #1 - 31.12.09 at 14:35:44
 
Hi Drizzle,
 
Never seen these before  Grin  They look amazing.  Sophie is into photography so might think about getting one for her some time and especially now we know they are latex free.  Thanks  Smiley
 
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Sophie - Type 1 latex allergy
Also allergies to all tree nuts, peanuts & eggs
Carries Epipen
Also severely affected by ME
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Re: Gorillapod
Reply #2 - 07.01.10 at 13:15:28
 
Hello Karen
 
I went for the smallest version and the hubby seems to like it a great deal. I would say it can seem top heavy when using it as a standard tripod (perhaps go for the next size up?) but when wrapping its legs round something else its brilliant and a great deal of fun. I think Sophie would enjoy it as they are irresistible to play with!
 
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