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Arachnipod LAZY LEG Kit

Available by pre-order
Available by pre-order
 (About Availability Estimates)

The Lazy Leg is a tri/quadpod leg that can rotate 180°, as opposed to the 25° that the standard or pulley leg can rotate.

The Lazy Leg is easily recognisable by the blue anodised head. A lazy leg is used with a reverse head, quad plate and two other legs to build an A-frame with lazy leg and it is used with a gin head to build a gin pole. Additionally the lazy leg adapter (sold separately) can be placed into the lazy leg to convert it to a standard leg for more versatility.

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The Lazy Leg Kit includes:

  • 1 x Lazy Leg
  • 1 x Blue Reverse Head
  • 1 x Lazy Leg Bag


Model Number: APOD-LLK


Please allow several days for processing as we do not carry this item in stock at all times. 

Most* items are shipped using Australia Post.

Free-shipping applies only to the lowest-cost method; if you request courier or express delivery, appropriate rates will apply.

If your order doesn't qualify for free shipping, then $9.90 may be charged at checkout (*except bulky orders or remote areas, see below).

Please contact our Customer Service Team if you have any special shipping requests.
Please note; any items that are contained in a commercial quote by our Sales Team will be costed at appropriate freight prices.

Some items are not able to be shipped via Australia Post due to size and/or weight restrictions, but they can be collected from our showrooms, or appropriate Bulky Freight charge will apply.

Most items are held in stock in Collingwood, occasionally we run out of stock of some items. We will notify you advising when your order will be available for collection.

External Territories:

The following External Territories may not be shippable, and must be quoted in advance. Please call or email instead of ordering online.

  • Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • Antarctica
  • Christmas Island
  • Norfolk Island


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