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    I've been using umbrella tubes for the longest time. So far, so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88
    The plastic is not thin, they r quite thick. I happened to take one today.
    There are thin ones FYI. Those, I think, would break. The difference between the thin and thick ones is apparent, though. Very easy to tell by feel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpimp

    There are thin ones FYI. Those, I think, would break. The difference between the thin and thick ones is apparent, though. Very easy to tell by feel.
    Oh yeah. There r thin and thick ones.

    Last night I took one from MBS. high class area mah, so they give the thick ones. Lol

    It has a very durable feel. Lol

    I think using this plastic tubes is the best solution protecting the tripod, compare to having to strip legs, wash and all that.

    Where got time???!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    I don't know where you got your Giottos but when I had mine in the UK, it came complete with a manual on how to strip it down.. But it was the 3XXX series.
    I got at changi airport. Going holiday and forgot to bring mine. So told myself since im gonna buy new tripod might as well buy the highend.

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