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  1. I put together 4 Remotely Triggered Underwater Strobe outfits. I've been using one quite often, two less often. I've used three a few times, and I think I've used all four maybe three or 4 times. Probably less. Just today I tested the cables, strobes and triggers I'm offering for sale here - all working perfectly. The prices below are what I'm asking for each of the individual components. Of course, I can build out a complete remotely triggered strobe unit (with clamp, arms and other cables I have in inventory for the Gorilla pods, etc.) and give you the bundled good-guy discount of the decade. All prices include shipping to any non-FPO address in the US. Please send any questions to me. Thanks! Ken ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Two Ikelite DS-125 Strobes. These two strobes are my number 5 and 6 - they saw very, very little use and are in excellent condition. Serial numbers are 3634 and 6973. Both with NiMH batts. Never flooded, never dropped - both work perfectly. I have the diffusers for them and the Manual, as well (not pictured, but will be shipped with the strobes.) I have two chargers. One is a little flakey at the tip - just needs to be wiggled a bit and it works fine. The other is perfect. Offering the pair for $775, delivered Ikelite Sync Cords (Cables) I have several sync cords available. These are my three best - one has never been in the water, and the other two have been used a time or two and are in near-mint condition. These sync cords have the Nikonos connection on one end, and an Ikelite connection on the other end. These are not the beaters you bought last time. The connections are perfect, clean and un-damaged. $80 for the New Cord, $60 ea. for the gently used ones. New cord Gently Used Sync Cords TriggerFish Remote Triggers These things are brilliant. Machined from aluminum, filled and virtually bulletproof. Initial Tfish review on WetPixel is here: Linky. I have two of these available. I think I paid about $190 each for them, delivered to SoCal. The two I'm selling here are units #3 and #4 - very, very little use. I have two available. I'm offering them here for $140 each. Gorilla Pods After some research, I decided the Gorilla Pod "Focus" was the answer got these remotely triggered strobes. Aluminum, Negatively Buoyant, tough, flexible, strong and stealthy... it would make the perfect platform. I added a ULCS ball mount so I'd have some flexibility in mounting options and articulation. Wrap the base of the ball mount in electrical tape before you wrench it down tight! This thing is solid and ready to work with. I have two available. I'm offering these Gorilla Pods with the UCLS ball mount for $75 each.
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