by Dr. Jim and Mary Clary
The Clarys find out that the BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter does more than just hold your spotting scope on a window.
United States -(AmmoLand.com)- There are probably more window adapters for spotting scopes than there are spotting scopes.
The market has been flooded with them over the past few years. They range in price from $30 up to over $100.
The question then is: Which one is the best and most versatile. And, that fellow sportsmen, is an easy answer…. IF you truly want one that is capable of doing more than simply mounting a spotting scope on the window of your vehicle the BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter is the choice.
The BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter does everything that the rest do AND more. Oh it does a fine job of holding your scope steady when properly mounted and will not scratch or mar the glass due to its padding, but, the additional feature which makes it ideal for outdoorsmen is that it is compatible with all of the Bog-Pod shooting/walking sticks.
That means that you can mount your scope or a camera on this unit and fit it to any of the Bog-Pod monopods/bipods/tripods and shooting stiks.
It is part of their “Switcheroo System”, a collection of accessories which turns ordinary shooting rests into a variety of useful field tools.
One additional benefit of the BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter is the SSA clamp that fits the rails of most tree stands, box blind windows or security bars up to an inch thick. That is versatility.
The specs of the BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter:
- Two way camera head to adjust the pan and tilt
- 2 piece design allows you to put a USR on the clamp base or mount the 2 Way head on any BOG-POD tripod
- Padded clamping surfaces
- Accessory plate fits most common camera mounts
- 3/16-24 and 1/4-20 thread bushings
With an MSRP of $59.99 ( less $$ online ), the BOG-POD Spotting Scope Window Adapter is very good deal, especially when you consider its versatility.
About Jim and Mary Clary:
Jim and Mary Clary have co-authored over three hundred and fifty articles, (and counting) on shooting and hunting. You can read many of them on AmmoLand News.