K-Tek Offers Three Tadpoles for Extended Reach

K-Tek has offered a solution for holding the new generation of handheld recorders, mobile communication devices, and tiny cameras like the GoPro and Contour.

K-Tek Tadpoles feature the same materials and craftsmanship as K-Tek’s trademark boom poles but in a shortened form. They pack up in one-foot (30.4cm) or two-foot (60.9cm) lengths and can extend up to 6’ 8” (203cm) depending upon the model.

The K-Tad Short is a 3-section aluminum mini boom pole with a mini ball head fixed to a ¼ x 20 threaded stud. The ball head helps position the device any way the operator chooses. Collapsed, it’s as short as 1’ (30.4cm) and extends to 2’ (60.9cm). The 4-section K-Tad Long collapses to 1’2” (35cm) and extends to almost 3’ (91cm). For even greater reach, the new aluminum K-Tad 79 packs up under 2’ but extends to an ample 6’8” (203cm).