Vortex Uni-Daptor Tripod Adapter

Item No. 87587400260
$34.99

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For extended periods of glassing, use the Vortex® Uni-Daptor Tripod. This tripod adaptor lets you easily move between free-hand glassing and mounting your binoculars. With the Vortex® Uni-Daptor Tripod, you are able to mount your binoculars on a tripod or car window mount when needed. The slim, lightweight design makes the Uni-Daptor tripod easy to transport. For extra convenience while out glassing, try the Vortex® Uni-Daptor Tripod.

Features:

  • Quick-release design
  • Slim, lightweight design
  • Ability to switch to free-hand glassing
  • Easily mount your binocular on a tripod or car mount
  • Moves out of the way while mounted for comfortable carrying

Specs:

  • Weight: 1.6 oz.
  • Size: 1.75" x 1.25" x 4.5"

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Easy to use
this product is super easy to use and is durable with a quick set up on a tripod,
June 21, 2020
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Love it
Makes glassing easy and stable. Super quick to set your Binos up. Simple to swap back and forth from spotter to Binos as long as you have an extra mounting plate.
May 2, 2019
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This is awesome addition to your set up
I got this and for my razor 10x42 Bino’s and is set up on a pro gt Tripod also use with a summit ss-p tripod for longer hikes in before I start to glass. Works perfectly for what it is and you don’t even notice the attachment on the Binoculars when it’s in your chest rig. But the conveyance of being able to go from bino’s To spotting scope is worth it’s weight in gold highly recommended and the vortex team is amazing!!
June 29, 2018
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Great small adapter
This is a nice adapter that you can keep on your binos and they won’t get in the way. It is small enough that it will still fit in my Bino case.
The binos will wobble a little bit.
March 1, 2018
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