Brunton Monopod

Priced: $60.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Brunton Monopod -

This collapsible monopod sets up quickly and doubles as a walking staff--great for lightweight packers who use binoculars, scopes or cameras.



  • Rubberized tip on the end of the leg for no-slip use
  • Manufactured using durable, corrosion-resistant anodized aluminum
  • Leg adjusts from 25.5 to 62.5 inches for use on almost any surface
  • Use with Brunton's E-Triad Adapter, sold separately
  • Mounting post is a standard 1/4 - 20 thread Top 25 Category Product
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Camera mount:Yes
Grip material:Foam
Locking mechanism:Twist lock
Maximum length (cm):158.75 centimeters
Maximum length (in.):62.5 inches
Minimum length (cm):64.77 centimeters
Minimum length (in.):25.5 inches
Shaft material:Aluminum/brass
Shock absorbing:No
Weight:9.5 ounces

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Brunton Monopod Reviews:


great walking stick for a tall guy

I bought mine 6 months ago and have never regreted it. It feels like an extension of my arm when hiking. It's lite, tall enough for me, and can take some weight when I need it. I don't collapse it, so I can not vouch for it's clamps after repeated use, but, the clamps are strong. It makes a great support for cameras and binoculars. It also is good for fending off dogs that aren't under their owner's control and want to get upclose and personal. Woof...
Red Ruffensore at REI on 01/01/2014

More than a Walking Stick

Photographs and surveys are important to my work as an inspector of large dams located in remote places. This piece of equipment provides the light weight rugged and compact requirements for mounting an electronic camera, brunton compass or scope and gathering the information necessary to make the world safe from the hazards presented by these behemoths.
gak_runner at REI on 06/06/2008

need camLocks

brunton's internal locks are better than komperdell's, but they apparently do not wear well. camLocks would be better.
kennyGoat at REI on 08/08/2008

I do not Go Hiking without it.

Walking Stick
Rodney P at REI on 02/02/2013