SKU: GC52-KP481T

KUPO 481T Two Section Wind-Up Followspot Stand

KUPO 481T Two Section Wind-Up Followspot Stand

A great choice for supporting lights in theatre scenarios, the chromed steel-constructed 2-Section Wind-Up Follow Spot Stand from Kupo weighs 30.3 lb but can handle rigs weighing up to 110 lb at its maximum height of 4.8'. The stand has a wide footprint of 43.3" for maximum stability and folds down to 43.3" for storage and transport. The stand's crank handle raises its cargo to its maximum height in 0.87" increments per single clockwise revolution, and self-locks for safety.

One of the special features of the stand is its levelling leg, sometimes called a "lazy leg". However you refer to it, a single leg extends independently of the others to balance and stabilize the load on uneven surfaces.

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KUPO 481T Two Section Wind-Up Followspot Stand

A great choice for supporting lights in theatre scenarios, the chromed steel-constructed 2-Section Wind-Up Follow Spot Stand from Kupo weighs 30.3 lb but can handle rigs weighing up to 110 lb at its maximum height of 4.8'. The stand has a wide footprint of 43.3" for maximum stability and folds down to 43.3" for storage and transport. The stand's crank handle raises its cargo to its maximum height in 0.87" increments per single clockwise revolution, and self-locks for safety.

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