The AdirPro 2M 3-Position Snap-Lock Aluminum Rover Rod is a durable GNSS surveying accessory that is perfect for any GPS surveying application. Featuring a 1-piece design, it extends the prism or rovers reach from 53 in. to 78.7 in. It also has a dual locking system and a 40-minute adjustable circular vial to enhance stability and efficiency. This AdirPro rover rod offers a snap and compression lock feature that improves security and accuracy when doing surveying tasks. It is readable in tenths and 100ths graduations for added precision. Plus, this Snap-Lock rover rod is made of a durable construction that is designed to last for a long-time.
- 1-piece extendable design
- 40-minute adjustable circular vial
- Aluminum construction
- External 10ths and 100ths gradations
- Height 53 in. to 78.7 in.
- Dual locking systems for stability
- Zero coefficient of expansion
- Snap and compression lock
- Includes travel pouch
- Graduations 10ths and 100ths
- 3.1 lbs.
- 1-year manufacturers warranty
Lou Schuster (verified owner) –
It’s a nice product, but I don’t understand how to use it. And it’s very long, doesn’t work great with a short person. .
Mary Bayer (verified owner) –
I’ve only used this once so far but impressed with how easy it is to use and how extremely helpful and easy to use. Its lightweight and durable. So far no issues at this time. The carrying case is well made.
Liza O’Conner (verified owner) –
The pole is lightweight and extends to several different positions for ease-of-use. It is easy to see and stores away in a convenient soft case.The large numbers are easily seen from varying distances.
Cynthia Klocko (verified owner) –
This rod is very durable and is perfect for any GPS surveying application. It’s bright, fluorescent color makes it easy to see. It has a nice design and it’s adjustable making it easy to use and also very efficient. The numbers are bold and large making it easy to read. The snap and compression lock feature is great for improved security. It is readable in tenths and 100ths graduations which makes it very precise.